After Windows 7, it became infeasible to install the CVF Fortran compiler - some parts of the installation are 16-bit. I am hoping Take Command will enable this installation to proceed smoothly.

Any advice on this matter will greatly be appreciated.

Sincerely,

Umesh Mathur

P.S.: FORTRAN, you ask? I say yes, because (a) I am old, (b) there is just too much first-rate mathematical and scientific source code out there which is written in Fortran and would take forever to convert to a more "modern" language. Besides, Fortran 95 is good enough for 99% of what most people need, IMHO.