Download Now You're Cooking! (NYC)

for Windows 10/8/7/Vista/XP

 

Download the latest version from ANY ONE of these official download sites:

 

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Now You’re Cooking!

Version 5.95

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Loginetics website:

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PChefNet website:

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FFTS website:

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NOTES:

·          Each NYC version is completely stand alone and does not require any previous version.

·          You can run NYC for 60-days to try it out.  Enter your reg info to disable the 60-day limit.

·          Need a previous NYC version?  Click here.

 

Hints for successful download and installation: 

When you click on a link above, your browser will download the setup file into your Downloads folder.

If you get a browser note that the file is ‘not commonly downloaded and could be dangerous’, select ‘Keep’ not ‘Discard’.   

Run the setup file to install NYC. 

If Windows 10 Smartscreen prevents the ‘unrecognized file’ from running, select ‘More info’ then press the ‘Run Anyway’ button. 

During installation, we will show as an ‘unknown publisher’ because the setup executable is not digitally signed,

but files you download from the links above have been checked by us and are free of viruses and malware. 

If you encounter problems, please e-mail techsprt@loginetics.com.

Important note about download traffic:
If you have difficulty downloading or downloads are slow, try another site from the list above.

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Getting NYC User Files And Registration Info From Your Previous NYC Installation:

 

Step 1:

Download the latest version (NYC 5.95) from one of the above links, save it to your new computer, turn off all other programs, make sure you are logged in as administrator, and install it on your new computer (i.e., run the downloaded setup file).  We recommend you select all the defaults during installation.  After installation, run NYC once or twice to make sure it's working OK before continuing. 

 

Step 2:

Run NYC 5.95 on the new computer and use File… Upgrade… to bring over/upgrade user files (including reg info and cookbooks) from your previous folder.   To do this, use the Browse... button on the Upgrade window and dbl-click in the folder dialog to find and select your previous version’s install folder (“c:\Program Files (x86)\FFTS\Nyc5xx” on a Windows 10/8/7 computer, where Nyc5xx would be Nyc589 for NYC version 5.89).  Before you press Proceed on the Upgrade window, make sure the folder you selected appears in the blue text box.  After the Upgrade, close the Upgrade window(s), and use File… Open Cookbook… to see all cookbooks in your folder.  Note that incoming cookbooks may be slightly renamed to avoid name conflicts (e.g., EXAMPLE may be changed to EXAMPLE1, etc).  After a couple weeks, when you are sure you have everything, you can uninstall your previous version and remove its folder (“c:\Users\Public\Documents\FFTS\Nyc5xx”).
 
This process will also bring over your registration info.  If you need it, you can always email us for your reg info.

 

 

Getting NYC User Files And Registration Info From Your Old Computer to Your New Computer:

 

Step 1:

Download the latest version (NYC 5.95) from one of the above links, save it to your new computer, turn off all other programs, make sure you are logged in as administrator, and install it on your new computer (i.e., run the downloaded setup file).  We recommend you select all the defaults during installation.  After installation, run NYC once or twice to make sure it's working OK before continuing. 

 

Step 2:

If possible, run NYC on your OLD computer and use Tools... Options... User Folder tab… to identify your NYC User Folder location on the OLD computer.  Put a flash drive (i.e., thumb drive, USB drive) into your old computer.  Copy the \Nyc5xx folder that contains your NYC User Folder from your old computer or backup to the flash drive (where 5xx refers the NYC version, so the folder would be \Nyc577 for NYC 5.77).

 

For example, if your User Folder on your OLD computer is in the default location and you have Windows 7 on your old computer, you would copy this folder to your flash drive:

“C:\Users\Public\Documents\FFTS\Nyc5xx”    (where 5xx is version, e.g., 577 for 5.77, etc.)

 

If you cannot run NYC on your old PC, but have access to its hard drive, then see http://www.ffts.com/faq/faq_userfolderlocations.htm to locate your old NYC folder. 

 

If the old and new computers are networked, you can map the old PC’s drive on your new computer and skip using a flash drive for Step 2.

 

Step 3:

Now put the flash drive into your new computer.  Run NYC 5.95 on the new computer and use File… Upgrade… to bring over/upgrade user files (including reg info and cookbooks) from your previous folder (now on your flash drive or other drive).  Use the Browse... button on the Upgrade window and dbl-click in the folder dialog to find and select your previous \Nyc5xx folder (on the flash drive or other drive).  Before you press Proceed on the Upgrade window, make sure the folder you selected appears in the blue text box.  After the Upgrade, close the Upgrade window(s), and use File… Open Cookbook… to see all cookbooks in your folder.  Note that incoming cookbooks may be slightly renamed to avoid name conflicts (e.g., EXAMPLE may be changed to EXAMPLE1, etc).  After a couple weeks, when you are sure you have everything, you can remove your previous version's folder.
 
This process will also bring over your registration info.  If you need it, you can always email us for your reg info.