We’re happy to announce that CCEnhancer is now available in Georgian and Bulgarian! Our amazing translators have updated the Czech and Russian locales, too.
We’re not releasing a new version of CCEnhancer today. Instead; the new localization files have been included in CCEnhancer 3.7’s multilingual edition. If any of these language updates apply to you, the updated file is available on the download page.Read More
MetroTextual 1.3 is now available, bringing hundreds of bug fixes and a cool new feature.
The latest version is available on the official MetroTextual download page.Read More
The JavaRa definitions have been updated to support the Java Runtime Environment version 184.108.40.206 and older. JavaRa 1.16 users must re-download the program to get the latest definition file. If you’re using JavaRa 2.x, the latest updates are available through the built-in definition updater. The community support forums are available if you need any help, or just want to chat.Read More
We’re working on a new app called Nucleus, which aims to bring the design and functionality of the Unix/Mac menu bar to Windows. The product is still in the early testing and development stage, so don’t go running it in mission-critical computing environments. Check out the features implemented so far and share your feedback. But remember; Here be dragons.
More details are available on the official Nucleus page.Read More
System Ninja 2.4.1 is a minor maintenance release that resolves issues found in the previous version. We’ve also added some extra cleaning power and new translations to make it worthwhile. Grab it from the download page.
CCEnhancer 3.7 is now available. We’ve added a new trim feature that reduces the size of CCEnhancer’s definition file, increasing CCleaner’s overall speed.
Grab the latest version from the official CCEnhancer download page.Read More
The recently discovered Zero-day Java exploit has increased JavaRa’s popularity significantly, so we’re pushing version 2.1 earlier than expected.
We just had to sneak one last update into 2012; a minor upgrade to MetroTextual – our Metro inspired text and code editor.
The JavaRa definitions have been updated to support the newly released Java Runtime Environment 220.127.116.11. JavaRa 1.16 users must re-download the program to get the latest definition file. If you’re running JavaRa 2.0, the latest updates are available through the built-in definition updater. The community support forums are available if you need any assistance.Read More
System Ninja 2.4 is lighter, faster and more effective than ever before. The latest version is available (for free) from the official download page.