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Whilst I must be the last person to have SKW2, this was because I had a 32 bit OS.
Windows 11 works only on 64 bit. So SKW2 is dead. Sidekick 98 lives on.

RE: windows 11

Yes I also enjoyed and used SKW2 for many years and when I changed over to 64-bit Windows I begrudgingly moved to SK98. But even that has become more difficult to deal with every time Windows upgrades to a newer version.

RE: windows 11

Dear JimAlex

That's fine I'm very rarely asked these days as I would imagine many of the original loyal users have (like me) retired!

Hope all is well with you anyway.and regards
Jim

Still after 24 years and so many Windows OS updates!
A bloody miracle!

Regards Jim
Check the FAQ area of any Forum you are in for answers to similar queries, it could save you a lot of time and effort! Good Luck!

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