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This page is a mess. It really needs some cleanup. [[User:JordiGH|JordiGH]] 22:23, 18 December 2011 (PST)
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How about just a couple links right at the top pointing to the Octave Forge and Cygwin pages. Silly that people have to sift through all this just to get to the download links, and easy to miss for newbies.
  
This page is a mess. It really needs some cleanup. [[User:JordiGH|JordiGH]] 22:23, 18 December 2011 (PST)
 
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How about just a couple links right at the top pointing to the Octave Forge and Cygwin pages. Silly that people have to sift through all this just to get to the download links, and easy to miss for newbies. (IP Address, 08:29, 3 May 2013 (PST))
 
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Not being a computer nerd, the installation instructions are not clear for me. Examples:
 
Not being a computer nerd, the installation instructions are not clear for me. Examples:
 
   
 
   
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You would do a favour (and save a lot of time) to people like me if you check your instructions step by step. Writing comprehensive instructions is not easy, and really needs some fiddling and correcting.
 
You would do a favour (and save a lot of time) to people like me if you check your instructions step by step. Writing comprehensive instructions is not easy, and really needs some fiddling and correcting.
 
(84earnie, 00:29, 6 May 2013 (PST))
 
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