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What Is The Difference Between Nxt And Creator 2012?

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I purchased the NXT Pro version and performed the install a few days ago. Apart from the new additional programs providing "over $450 worth of valuable extras", I don't see a difference to Roxio Creator Pro 2012 core applications. The interfaces and program layouts and menus are the same etc. If anyone notices difference, please let me know.

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I would not call it a 'Clean Sheet Approach' ^_^ It is very similar to Creator 2012...

 

But then have you ever seen anybody advertising, "it's really just like the old one with no real improvements"... :lol::D:lol:

 

I have been buying the New and Improved Tide, for many years now, but I still have to carry the clothes to the washer, and use the same amount of soap :( you would think after all these years of 'improvement' I could just shake the box at my laundry basket :huh:

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I purchased the NXT Pro version and performed the install a few days ago. Apart from the new additional programs providing "over $450 worth of valuable extras", I don't see a difference to Roxio Creator Pro 2012 core applications. The interfaces and program layouts and menus are the same etc. If anyone notices difference, please let me know.

 

Did you do a clean install with no Roxio products or over the top of C2012?

 

It makes a difference.

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Did you do a clean install with no Roxio products or over the top of C2012?

 

It makes a difference.

 

Thanks for the responses.

 

No, I did the NXT install over my old Creator 2012 (which of course did the uninstall of 2012). I will be doing a clean install when the final version of Windows 8 comes out. I will see what the difference is then.

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I would not call it a 'Clean Sheet Approach' ^_^ It is very similar to Creator 2012...

 

But then have you ever seen anybody advertising, "it's really just like the old one with no real improvements"... :lol::D:lol:

 

I have been buying the New and Improved Tide, for many years now, but I still have to carry the clothes to the washer, and use the same amount of soap :( you would think after all these years of 'improvement' I could just shake the box at my laundry basket :huh:

 

Liquid or Dry Tide ?? Have you seen the advertisement for that new "Pill" you can just throw in the washer. It's supposed to everything !! :lol:

 

Frank...

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Liquid or Dry Tide ?? Have you seen the advertisement for that new "Pill" you can just throw in the washer. It's supposed to everything !! :lol:

 

Frank...

I goes in the Washer!!! :o

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Yeah---this little pill is about the size of a ping pong ball- Haven't tried it yet

 

Frank....

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I've been putting them in my closet, like air fresheners :o

 

Wasn't working out so I was thinking of putting them in my pocket??? :lol:

 

Or taking them internally :wacko:

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On 9/3/2012 at 8:46 AM, ogdens said:

Go here

 

http://www.roxio.com/enu/products/creator/pro/why-upgrade.html

 

and select your old version...

I know this is a very old post but maybe you can help me. When I click on the link in this post I get "error 404 file cannot be found" I wanted to see the comparison between the two versions because I've got both installed on my computer and am trying to clean up some clutter on it and was going to remove one of the versions. It was suggested I keep 2012.
Do you have another link that will show me the comparisons?

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