We’re almost there! This release aims to improve JavaRa’s multi-language support, plus resolve a handful of annoying bugs. The JRE registry key removal routine has been improved significantly and we’ve started working on an internal logging feature. We’ve also added a Russian language file and made things about easier for our translators. JavaRa 2.0 beta 2 can be downloaded from the official download page.Read More
Yesterday we released CCEnhancer 3.0, which dramatically changed the way translations are handled. Unfortunately some users were unable to get their language settings to save correctly, due to an issue with Unicode character encoding. This has now been corrected and an update of CCEnhancer’s multilingual version has been released. Apologies for the inconvenience.
We’re calling this “3.1,” despite the English-only build remaining unchanged.Read More
We’ve starting making CCEnhancer more useful for advanced users who are comfortable working with winapp2.ini files. Version 3.0 now has a debugging feature, that allows you to scan your CCEnhancer definitions for hundreds of possible syntax errors. CCEnhancer 3.0 can simultaneously update multiple CCleaner installs, has better portable CCleaner support and even supports BleachBit. The new version is available from the official download page. Full list of changes below: (more…)Read More
System Ninja 2.3.1 is now available, correcting a number of bugs that were reported in version 2.3. The most commonly occurring of these bugs is an error that causes the program to freeze at 93% completion. The update can be downloaded from the official download page. A full list of changes can be seen below. If you experience any upgrading issues, please visit The Web Atom forums for help. Thanks! (more…)Read More
The beta version of JavaRa 2.0 is now available for download. Many bugs have been fixed since we released the JavaRa 2.0 back in December. We’re confident that JavaRa 2.0 is finally stable enough for general use. The updated version can be downloaded from the official page. Since the alpha build, we’ve added /SILENT and /REMOVEOLD commandline arguments, fixed a crash caused by incorrectly formatted definitions and added support for “jucheck.exe” update checking.Read More
System Ninja 2.3 is now our official “stable” build. Since the beta, we drastically improved the process manager tool. It now displays changes to your running processes in real-time and provides more info than ever before.
We’re also announcing changes to how we release new versions of System Ninja. Instead of releasing beta builds before the final version is finished, we will now be releasing “nightly-ish” builds. These will be announced on Twitter, Facebook & Google+. We’ll only do release posts for new stable builds, which will occur monthly.Read More