Why Does Quicktime Alternative ask for a registration??

Quicktime Alternative is supposed to be freeware.

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The last time this happened.

A component in the package had expired. Try this. Head to the supplier of that package and ask them directly.

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Why does Quicktime Alternative ask for a registration??

I can give it a try, yet not sure if there is a sight or not? Also I did get this off of the CNet website for freeware..

<div> Angry

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I think you mean

I went to that page and was able to backtrack to some other site. Sorry I do not have a cure but only what happened last time.

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Latest Quicktime/iTunes WORKS on Windows 7 64-bit

Here is one solution to my previous riddle. Did not find the registration for the other program, yet maybe found something better. For some reason I was not able find the latest version of Quicktime with plug-ins when I did a search in my browser.

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