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GeneralRe: Just want to share. PinprofessionalNormDroid17-Mar-14 3:58 
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QuestionVersion numbers PinmemberMember 1011272017-Mar-14 2:35 
I have a windows application which is similarly named to another application and has a very similar purpose. It's been suggested that I rename my app to avoid confusion, but what do I do about the version number?
Resetting it to 1.0.0 would imply that it's a new application, which it isn't, but keeping the current version might confuse users as to where the previous versions are.
Are there any marketing types out there who have seen similar situations?
AnswerRe: Version numbers PinprofessionalNagy Vilmos17-Mar-14 2:44 
AnswerRe: Version numbers PinprotectorPete O'Hanlon17-Mar-14 2:44 
AnswerRe: Version numbers PinmemberDan Neely17-Mar-14 2:46 
AnswerRe: Version numbers PinprofessionalRage17-Mar-14 2:55 
AnswerRe: Version numbers PinmemberChris Losinger17-Mar-14 3:28 
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