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WHy would you want to? I assume you are installing from the desktop?

The nature of the program is to see what is being installed and if successful or not. And if it locks up or not.

If hidden how will you know what is going on?

Give me a reason to convince me of looking into this feature.

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I was just curious...

It just would be nice to hide it so the only way u know its there is by the process in task manager... or system tray.

And when your done you still have the log file to see what failed.

Obviously while your testing u have it show, Im just talking once you have it perfect then hide it...

Thanks

Bill

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