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Re: Is there a 3.01 student version?




John P wrote:

> I have the student version of 3.00 right now and I was considering an
> upgrade to 3.01 (if there is one for students).  Does anyone know if
> there is version 3.01 for students?  If so, what are the advantages of
> 3.01 over 3.00.  (I'm running Win95).  Thanks in advance.

Yes there does seem to be.  I had the 3.00 version for students but I
had some problems with it (it did not print correctly and some options
were not working correctly).  I emailed the student support section at
the Wolfram site (telling them about all the problems I had) and a
technician arranged for me to receive a free upgrade to 3.0.1.1 (it was
sent UPS 2nd day delivery).  So try emailing the student support group.
I would not speak with the people at sales (or whatever they call it
because they told me originally that I could not get an upgrade).

So far, version 3.0.1.1 for students seems to be much faster (and all
the old bugs that I saw in 3.00 are gone it seems).  I once plotted a
complicated contour plot with 3.0.0 and it took it about 45-60 minutes.
When I did the same thing (the same plot) with 3.0.1.1 it took it only
about 10-15 mintues.  Don't ask me why.  Supposedly everything in the
program is now better optimized for Win95 and runs much faster.  I
would reccommend getting the upgrade if you can.

Elvis Dieguez
University of Miami
Phyiscs/Math Undergraduate




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