install this software
After downloading TenQQpro.zip you should double click on
it to open the zip file and then drag the file inside (TenQQpro.exe) to
another location. This software is currently a large single file and does
not require a seperate setup program. Once it has been extracted from the
zip file it can be run by double clicking on the file in My Computer. If you
create a folder such as
c:\program files\TenQQ you can place the file in
the folder and make a shortcut to it on your desktop.
When you run this program for the first
When you run this program for the first time
you will be prompted to agree to the license terms and conditions. This
should only happen once on each machine. When you agree the program attempts
to create a file called TenQQ.ini in the users My Documents folder of the computer. If this cannot be created due to Network
administrator restrictions you will need to create the file manually. In
version 3.0.07 and above you will be prompted that
this is the problem and not allowed to continue untill the file is created.
To manually create the file see Manually creating the initialisation
file TenQQ.ini below
Manually creating the initialisation file
To manually create the initialisation file TenQQ.ini
simple click on the start menu and select Run.. Type notepad.exe and press
OK. When notepad starts select the File menu and select saveas. In the
saveas dialog save the file to your documents folder.
Running this software from a shared
This program can now be installed and run from a network
share. To do this you need to create a folder on the
network share to place the program in and you also need
a site license. Details of how to
create a site license "lic file" are provided in the registration email or
you may contact the author and request the
required files sent to you.
Bulk distributions for Site License
There is a facility available for site licensed users that allows bulk
distribution and automatic registration. This facility works using a Lic
file that contains the license details. The Lic file is placed in the same
folder as the program and when a user starts the program the registration
details are extracted from the Lic file - encrypted and saved in the
TenQQ.ini file in the users My Documents folder. the Lic file is then
automatically removed. If you are a Site Licensed Institution and require a
Lic file for your license please contact the author.
How do I get 15 seconds on the timer? the slider keeps giving
14 or 16!
The slider is a little difficult to use if you want the exact amount of
seconds, however you can simply double click on the number of seconds and
then enter the number you want using the keyboard. Pressing enter after you
have changed the value will set the timer to the number you have chosen.
Is Ten Quick Questions
compatible with Vista?
Ten Quick Questions is now fully compatible with Vista.
Win 7 and 8
I My Timer has
disappeared, how can I get it back?
By default Ten Quick Questions saves all
its settings the TenQQ.ini file in the used My Documents
folder. using notepad or some other text editor open
this file and make sure the two entries below are as
Save the file and restart the software.
Do you have an A-Level
version of this software?
I'm sorry but at the
moment there is no A-Level version of Ten Quick
Questions but hopefully in hte future this may be