Originally Posted by Jon [in CT]
That's very true among current EcuFlash users, given that the current EcuFlash version doesn't run under any of those versions of Windows, which was the point I was trying to make. There is a substantial population out there wishing to minimize the entry price to open source ECU flashing. They want to know whether their hand-me-down laptop or some e-Bay laptop will be sufficient for open source use.
Allright, I added notes about XP/Vista only compatibility with Ecuflash ver 1.30 and up, Ecuflash def compatibility for version 1.31 and up only, and the Enginuity download being the windows installer version.
Also added a question about ecuExplorer, alternative sites to discuss Enginuity due to the site being down and a basic overall description of how the tuning process works (i.e. read/open/tune/save/flash).