Anno Domini 2004

Copyright (C) Enzo Ciaffarafá, 1995 - 2004
Shareware Calendar for IBM PC + Microsoft Windows XP, 2000, ME, 98SE, 98 or 95

Full Shareware Download, v1.06 (Build 2) for Windows 95

The complete shareware version of Anno Domini 2004 can be downloaded as one 2.74 MB file or as two floppy disk images. You must agree and abide to the Anno Domini 2004 terms and conditions in the Distribution and End User Agreement below before proceeding with installation. Full installation instructions are detailed below. Please print this web page for reference.

  
   Anno Domini 2004 - v1.06 Build 2, 25th April 2004
AD410695.EXE - 2,867,320 bytes (2.73 MB/2,801 KB)
Click here to download Anno Domini 2004 v1.06 Build 2 - AD410695.EXE

If you have a slow or poor modem connection, you can download the evaluation copy in two parts as two floppy disk images:

 
   Anno Domini 2004 - v1.06 Build 2, 25th April 2004
AD495_1.EXE - 1,456,978 bytes (1.39 MB/1,423 KB
AD495_2.EXE - 1,455,052 bytes (1.39 MB/1,421 KB)
Click here to download Anno Domini 2004 v1.06 Build 2, Disk 1 - AD495_1.EXE
Click here to download Anno Domini 2004 v1.06 Build 2, Disk 2 - AD495_2.EXE

N.B. To view the exact file sizes in Windows Explorer, select the file and then click the Properties option from the File menu


Installation of Anno Domini 2004

Step 1 ...

Ensure that the size of the downloaded files match those noted above. Re-download files if necessary.


Step 2 ...

Run either AD410695.EXE or AD495_1.EXE program and the following dialog appears:

 

Click the "Next>" button to proceed.


Step 3 ...

The following dialog now appears asking you where you want to store the temporary files:

The installer defaults to the path C:\Temp - if you want to you can click on the “Browse” button to change where these temporary files will be installed to a place of your choosing.

Click the “Next>” button and the installation files will be unzipped to your temporary directory.


Step 4 ... 

Extraction of the compressed files will be confirmed in the following dialog that now appears:

Click the “Finish” button to proceed.


Step 5 ... 

The Anno Domini 2004 Installer will appear showing four possible options as below:

 

Click on the “Install Anno Domini 2004” button.


Step 6 ...  

You are now asked if you wish to proceed. Click the “Yes” button if you want your PC to reboot before installation. Otherwise, click the "No" button and installation will proceed immediately.


Step 7 ...   

The following dialog will appear. Click the "Next>" button to proceed.

 


Step 8 ... 

You are now asked where you want the Anno Domini files to reside as below.

The installer defaults to the path C:\Anno Domini 2004 - if you want to you can click on the “Browse” button to change where the Anno Domini files will be installed to.

Click the “Next>” button to proceed. A message then appears asking whether you wish to create a new folder.

 

Click the "Yes" button to create the folder. Then click the "Next>" button to start the file copying.


Step 9 ... 

After all Anno Domini files are copied, the following confirmation appears:

Click the “Finish” button to proceed.


Step 10 ... 

Anno Domini 2004 automatically starts and confirms a successful installation as below.

 

Should you have any problems installing Anno Domini 2004, please e-mail support@anno-domini.net noting at which point the installation failed, any errors that are displayed and what version of Windows you are using and await guidance.


Distribution Agreement

The trial version of Anno Domini 2004 may be used for evaluation purposes at the user's own risk for a period of 28 days from the date of installation. At the end of the trial period, the user must either register their copy to continue using the software, or remove it from their PC system.

The trial version may be freely distributed in unregistered form, provided the distribution package is not modified in any way. No person or company may charge a fee for the distribution of Anno Domini 2004 without the prior written consent of the copyright holder.

End User Agreement

To the maximum extent permitted by applicable law, the Anno Domini 2004 software and documentation is provided "as is" and the copyright holder disclaims all other warranties and conditions, either expressed or implied, including, but not limited to, implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, conformance with description, title and non-infringement of third party rights.

To the maximum extent permitted by applicable law, in no event shall the copyright holder be liable for any indirect, incidental, consequential, special or exemplary damages or lost profits whatsoever (including, without limitation, damages for loss of business profits, business interruption, loss of business information, or any other pecuniary loss) arising out of the use or inability to use the software product, even if the copyright holder has been advised of the possibility of such damages. In any case, the copyright holder's cumulative and entire liability to you or any other party for any loss or damages resulting from any claims, demands or actions arising out of or relating to this agreement shall not exceed the purchase price paid for this license.