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WinSnap 2.1.5 - maintenance release

A new minor version of WinSnap has been released today, changelog:

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Posted by Alexander Avdonin on 05-Aug-08 04:27


WinSnap 64-Bit Installer and more - version 2.1.4 released

The installer program for x64 platform is available for download now. This allows you to install and update 64-bit versions of WinSnap as simple as 32-bit. If you have already installed any old 32-bit version of WinSnap on x64 OS, the new 64-bit installer will ask you to uninstall it:

Uninstall 32-Bit version

You may want to use native x64 executables because they work 10-15% faster on x64 machines and do not require registry and file system redirection. In Windows Task Manager, 32-bit executables are marked with an asterisk *32:

WinSnap on Windows Vista 64-Bit Edition

WinSnap 64-Bit Edition can be installed only on 64-bit versions of Windows XP Professional and Windows Vista (64-bit versions of Windows Vista are available for all editions of Windows Vista except Starter). Also it must be compatible with x64-based versions of Windows Server 2003.

WinSnap v2.1.4 contains several improvements on the Object capture mode. It allows now to select the window client area without scrollbars and borders.

Full changelog, version 2.1.4:

Quick download links:

Posted by Alexander Avdonin on 24-Jun-08 09:40


WinSnap v2.1.3 released

A new minor update of WinSnap has been released today. Changelog:

Quick download links:

Posted by Alexander Avdonin on 12-May-08 02:19


Hstart 64-Bit Edition (AMD64/EM64T)

Hstart 64-Bit Edition has been released yesterday. You may want to use native x64 executables because they work a bit faster on x64 platform and use x64 environment variables by default. See x64\ReadMe.txt for more information:

Download - hstart.zip (23 KB)

Posted by Alexander Avdonin on 06-May-08 09:49


Hidden Start v2.1 released

Hstart displays now a simple error message if the parameter is unknown or mistyped. Also I have added the /SILENT command line switch (silent mode: no error messages will be displayed).

Hidden Start - Help

Here are a few real-world examples of using Hstart:

Hstart executable, readme and examples:

Download - hstart.zip (14 KB)

Posted by Alexander Avdonin on 17-Apr-08 15:53


WinSnap v2.1.1 released

I'm glad to inform you that the new version of WinSnap is available for download now. Here is a short list of new features and noticeable improvements:

WinSnap Advanced Settings - Templates
WinSnap - Old capture modes
Old capture modes
WinSnap - New capture modes
New capture modes

Quick download links:

Posted by Alexander Avdonin on 19-Mar-08 00:36


Hidden Start v2.0 released

Hstart v2.0 has been released today. The new major version contains a number of innovative features that enable even easier working methods.

Hidden Start - Test Mode Hidden Start - Success Message Hidden Start - Run Dialog Hidden Start - UAC Confirmation Dialog

For more information, please read:

Here are a few real-world examples of using Hstart:

More examples coming soon... Please visit our support forums to report any bugs and suggest new features.

Posted by Alexander Avdonin on 14-Mar-08 04:55


WinSnap v2.1.0 released

I'm glad to inform you that the new version of WinSnap is available for download now. Here is a short list of new features and noticeable improvements:

WinSnap Advanced Settings - WindowsBlinds Leo Style Multi-Region Capture Mode

Quick download links:

Posted by Alexander Avdonin on 14-Feb-08 07:22


Visual Subst v1.0.6 released

Visual Subst v1.0.6 has been released today, it fixes an error message when mapping a drive letter that is used by another program and contains a few other minor improvements.

Visual Subst screenshot

Visual Subst is a little utility to manage virtual drives in a GUI way. (Learn more)

Posted by Alexander Avdonin on 02-Feb-08 03:56


WinSnap v2.0.8 released

Now you can upgrade from a previous version of WinSnap with just 2 mouse clicks. Also there is a simple change log shown on the first page:

WinSnap Update Process in Windows Vista

If you are running a 64-bit version of Windows XP or Vista, you may want to use native x64 executables because they work a bit faster on x64 platform. You can download the first release of WinSnap 64-bit edition at:

A simple 64-bit installer (MSI) will be also available soon.

Posted by Alexander Avdonin on 07-Aug-07 13:46


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