This Febooti news archive page contains all the information about Febooti Software activities in year 2009.
November 11, 2009. Febooti fileTweak update to version 3.0 features extended tuning to take full advantage of Windows Vista and Windows 7 systems as well as Unicode support for file and folder names, interface adjustments and bugfixes. View Febooti fileTweak release notes for more information.
Freeware modules are now with full Unicode support and tuned for use with Windows Vista and Windows 7:
Download Speed v3.0 - New network speeds added to meet up with growing network speeds.
Case v3.0 - Smart Titles option introduced allowing for better application of Title Case.
September 21, 2009. Febooti fileTweak v2.5 is updated for better support of modern Windows versions. It also features most recent fixes, graphical user interface updates, as well as consolidated installer for 32 and 64 bit versions.
August 31, 2009. Febooti Command line email update to version 3.2 provides multiple bug fixes and improvements that make the software more stable and facilitate its use. This update is based on thorough analysis of already existing functionality and tends to diminish as many possible shortcomings of the software as possible. View Febooti Command line email release notes for more information.
August 03, 2009. Febooti Automation Workshop update to version 0.9.4 introduces multiple bug fixes and usability improvements. The emphasis in developing this version has been put on bug-fixing and solving the problems discovered in comprehensive testing and deep analysis of performance and stability of previous versions. View Febooti Automation Workshop release notes for more information.
May 31, 2009. Febooti Automation Workshop update to version 0.9.3 features new Actions. Start program / application Action allows running Windows and DOS executables. Run DOS / Cmd command Action provides full Windows command prompt support. The update contains major software improvements and bugfixes that essentially facilitates and extends the usability of Automation Workshop.