This demo is 2.2MB in size.
Installing the Demo ------------------- The demo must be installed on your hard disk, following these instructions: 1. Turn on your system and start Windows. 2. The file DEMO.EXE is a self-extracting archive. Copy this file to a temporary directory. From the DOS prompt type DEMO and press enter. This will extract the files into your temporary directory. 3. From the Program Manager's File menu in Windows, choose Run. Or, from the Start button in Windows 95, choose Run. 4. In the Command-Line box, type the above drive and directory name followed by SETUP. For example, C:\TEMP\SETUP and choose OK or press ENTER. 5. Follow the directions on the display. The Electronics Workbench demo will be placed in a directory called EWBDEMO in the root directory of drive C, unless you specify a different drive or directory. Running the Demo ---------------- 1. If Windows is not running, start it by typing WIN at the DOS command-line prompt. If the Program Manager window isn't displayed, double-click its icon. 2. If the Electronics Workbench group window is not open, double-click its icon. There are two parts to the demo: a slideshow introduction and a working version for you to try out. To run the introduction, double-click the Slideshow icon. You will be shown a recording, which demonstrates some of the main features of Electronics Workbench 4.0. To try out Electronics Workbench 4.1, double-click the Electronics Workbench icon. There are some prebuilt circuits that you can load from the File menu, or try building your own circuit. But remember it only lasts for 30 minutes.
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