Crossworks on a netbook.

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    Keith Hill

    Yes, my friend TK uses Crossworks daily on a Eee Netbook, with no problems.  Just use the e-mail process to get the license key that fits your netbook's MAC address, and you're running.

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    Steve

    I bit the bullet and bought a Samsung NC10 at the end of March. Within a few days I had it set up. The speed of compilation seems to be at least as fast as my old (2.8GHz?) laptop. Battery life is the most impressive thing. I was able to take it to the Fibo show in Essen and fix a customers problem without even plugging into the power. It helps if you remove as many dockers as you can in the debug view and move the dissassembly into the bottom window. This gives more space for the source file and watch windows. All a matter of tweaking the layout. OK it's never going to be as comfortable as a 22" screen but Crossworks is a lot more usable than I had imagined.

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    Michael Freeman

    I have run Crossworks on a Asus computer with a Intel Atom processor, so It work for a netbook. However, it was a little slow.

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