We have moved our blog platform from Drupal to WordPress and merged blogs of Zentimo, USB Safely Remove and our other programs. Now all previous history for USB Safely Remove (release notes, news etc) is available in the archive. All future news for the program as well as for our other products will be here.
We are happy to announce availability of LockHunter 3.2! This version contains bug fixes and minor improvements. Read more »
New version of Zentimo is available for beta testing. In this beta we have fixed several minor issues and significantly improved forced stopping mechanism. Now the forced stop will unlock the device in all cases where earlier versions failed: svchost, an NTFS issue (so called $Extend\$RmMetadata\$TxfLog isue), when some low level program like antivirus, backup locked the drive etc. If you had problems with safe removal in previous versions feel free to try the beta and report us if it works for you or not.
We are happy to announce the new release Zentimo 1.9. It’s a major upgrade that includes support for High-DPI monitors, usability improvements, improved command line, a huge bug-fix and extended encrypted volumes support (former ‘TrueCrypt integration’ feature, now includes support of VeraCrypt and CipherShed). Download now or read more below. Read more »
The new version InternetOff 3.0 is just released. It adds an ability to schedule an access to the internet, minor improvements and bug fix, support of Windows 10. Read more »
We are happy to announce the new release Zentimo 1.8. The new version contains a feature to remind about forgotten devices, compatibility with Windows 10, changed license key format and software protection, ability to deactivate selected Windows services on safe removal and bug-fix. Read more »
We are glad to announce the new release of Zentimo 1.7.5! It’s mainly a bug fix release, find below the list of changes:
- The device menu might be displayed when user launched TaskManager (Win 8) or Customize tray icons dialog (Win 7, 8)
- The SATA system drive was displayed in the list by default. Now it’s displayed only when you enable the option “Display all storage devices”
- The program rewrote AutoRun section of the registry on each startup causing some registry protection or antivirus programs to abuse
- Some license keys weren’t accepted by the program
- In some case the technical error might be displayed when displaying the processes locking a device
How to upgrade? Just download using the blue “Download” button and run the installer, it will do the upgrade automagically. If your upgrade subscription is over feel free to extend it.
We are happy to announce availability of LockHunter 3.1!
This version contains a fix for one crucial bug:
- In case if the UAC is disabled and the program is running under non administrative account it doesn’t start (actually it started to run itself in an infinite loop).