Unless you have a specific reason for wanting different versions, a single install of mIRC is the best approach. You can always start multiple instances with different settings as Riamus2 has noted (see "Command Line Parameters"). This allows you to have completely separate scripts - or share common scripts (by loading common script files as well as individual ones). Running multiple instances from a single install is quite powerful and reduces your management of versions.




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