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Version 2 has been released! Changes: [New] https support added. [New] Support for modern security standards. [New] OS detection for Windows 8.1, 10. [New] Json support added. [New] Standardized menu icons added. [New] New menu items for faster access to common areas. [New] Settings now accessible through Edit menu. [New] About now accessible through Help menu. [New] Numerous optimizations of code. [New] User agent to identify Anti-Malware Toolkit. [New] Skipping partially downloaded file will delete the partial download. [Changed] Improved OS detection. [Changed] Using .NET Framework 4.8, up from .NET 2.0. [Changed] All links now use https. [Changed] GUI improvements and changes. [Changed] UAC now only prompts when necessary. [Changed] Save location is now in Settings. [Changed] Proxy settings now in its own tab, code refactored. [Changed] Settings now save to the proper location in AppData. [Removed] XML support removed. [Removed] Unnecessary tabs removed from main UI. [Removed] Support for x86/32-bit OS’ removed. [Removed] Windows Vista and lower no longer supported. Read about it on the frontpage and download the new version! Also a warning, as Windows Vista and lower, along with x86 are not supported - use at your own risk!
Today at 5:35PM EST (+DST) the Anti-Malware Toolkit reached it's 100,000th download! Best of all, Anti-Malware Toolkit has not been out for a full year yet. The Anti-Malware Toolkit has come a long way since the beginning. It has changed both development languages, names, and layouts several times. Screenshots are below. It's nice to know that there are people who are using the Anti-Malware Toolkit to fix their computers. Be it friends, relatives, or techs from near and far. Thank you to everyone who has donated and shown support for both Lunarsoft and the Anti-Malware Toolkit. It's one way we know for sure that people appreciate our hard work and efforts. 100,000 downloads: 100,001 downloads: Development phase (Delphi): Development phase (C#): To what we are now: Thank you everyone!