Capture program calorie king on Windows XP

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gailfern
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simple application which should be capturable... However, in Pickme's left pain when I run the program there are TWO categories of programs listed... "Non-qualified" programs which, when clicked on cannot be slected by the checkbox, and, therefore the "capture" button can't be made active... The only "active" button for these "non-qualified" programs is the "uninstall" button... The second category of programs are--you guessed it--"qualified programs"-- and any of them can be selected AND captured because the "checkbox" on the left is available to be clicked and, therefore, the "capture" button becomes active, too... On my XP machine I have--according to Pickme list of programs--37GB of installed programs, yet only 7GB of those installed of the 37GB are in the "qualified" category... The MAJORITY of the programs--approximately 34GB, according to Pickme--are in the "non-qualified" group of installed programs... QUESTION: I have looked at your list

simple application which should be capturable... However, in Pickme's left pain when I run the program there are TWO categories of programs listed... "Non-qualified" programs which, when clicked on cannot be slected by the checkbox, and, therefore the "capture" button can't be made active... The only "active" button for these "non-qualified" programs is the "uninstall" button...

The second category of programs are--you guessed it--"qualified programs"-- and any of them can be selected AND captured because the "checkbox" on the left is available to be clicked and, therefore, the "capture" button becomes active, too...

On my XP machine I have--according to Pickme list of programs--37GB of installed programs, yet only 7GB of those installed of the 37GB are in the "qualified" category... The MAJORITY of the programs--approximately 34GB, according to Pickme--are in the "non-qualified" group of installed programs...

QUESTION: I have looked at your list of "unsupported programs, which is only about 30 or so, and there is NO mention of what the term "NON-QUALIFIED" means...

Can someone answer this question and tell me whay MOST of my programs cannot be captured because of this "non-qualified" status??

thanks--registered user Gail Fernley

of "unsupported programs, which is only about 30 or so, and there is NO mention of what the term "NON-QUALIFIED" means... Can someone answer this question and tell me whay MOST of my programs cannot be captured because of this "non-qualified" status?? thanks--registered user Gail Fernley