What operating systems are able to install E-Prime 1.1?
E-Prime 1.1 can be installed on Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, and Windows XP.
Can the installation image be copied to another machine?
Yes. This method is actually prefered. Your lab only need to download the compressed executable once. You can then use your lab's network or removable media (such as a ZIP disk) to transfer the installation from machine to machine instead of waiting for the download process to transfer each time.
What serial number should I use for E-Prime 1.1?
INFO: What serial number should I use for E-Prime 1.1? 
What issues should I be aware of with a lab that has both E-Prime 1.0 and E-Prime 1.1 systems?
In situations where all systems have not upgraded to E-Prime 1.1, there are only minor file format changes that would cause conflicts with transfering 1.0 and 1.1 files back and forth as follows:
E-Studio (ES) File Issues
Using WordWrap in SlideText object
BUG FIX: WordWrap value for SlideText component does not persist. 
Setting lower logging level names to "Trial", "Block"
BUG FIX: Error naming lower log levels as same name as upper log levels 
E-Run (EBS) File Issues
Using DisplayDevice.SegmentCopyMaxHeight or DisplayDevice.SegmentCopyVerticalOffset properties
NEW FEATURE: SegmentCopyHeight and SegmentCopyVerticalOffset properties to aid in eliminating display tearing 
Using the Rte.SystemAbortPromptEnabled property
NEW FEATURE: Rte.SystemAbortPromptEnabled property to enable or disable Abort prompt during Ctrl+Alt+Shift key sequence 
Using the Rte.YieldDuringLongOperationsEnabled property
NEW FEATURE: Rte.YieldDuringLongOperations property to permits processing responses 
Using missing casting functions
BUG FIX: Unable to use casting functions for all types derived from RteObject 
Using the Label object for multiple Jumps
NEW FEATURE: Label object to generate code to deal with multiple jumps 
NOTE: E-Prime 1.1 fixes a number of issues within E-Prime 1.0 that would benefit each machine to be upgraded.
My machine has Windows 95/98/ME and E-Prime 1.0. I am upgrading to Windows 2000/XP. Any concerns?
Yes, please see the following article:
See article 17167 (direct link coming soon)
How do I obtain a copy of the E-Prime 1.1 installation on CD?
During the brief BETA period, the E-Prime 1.1 BETA will be available for download only.
Upon formal release, the E-Prime 1.1 CD can be obtained for a small fee.
For futher information, please conact our sales department.
Is there a fee for the E-Prime 1.1 upgrade?
Users that have purchased E-Prime 1.0 have no fee to download the E-Prime 1.1 update.
If your lab requires the E-Prime 1.1 installation on CD, there is a small administration fee applied.
For futher information, please contact our sales department.