1. Tweaks where some buttons were appearing as black on black if Windows XP Classic Theme was used
2. Registration and upgrade prompt windows now have resizeable borders to cope with occassional user who appears to have odd fonts
3. A double entry in ISPA testing ISP list removed, this caused no database issues, just a GUI tidy up.
4. Logging that was once every second removed - so quieter HDD for laptop users
5. With Kaspersky the LAN traffic is NOT halved any more.
6. TCP/UDP stack monitoring has been improved, it may reduce instance of blue screens, and hopefully reduce CPU processing.
7. Believe a bug that may have resulted in constant repaints by the app making it appear to be hang has been found and fixed.
Researching into Kaspersky and how to configure it so that it does not affect tbbmeter so heavily. As yet have not had Kaspersky installed on a machine in a state that I would could stable - this is without tbbmeter installed.
tbbmeter usually runs fine with
Microsoft Security Essentials
on my various test computers.
If users of any Firewall/AV package get prompts about tbbMeter or tbbLoaderService everytime they boot, then they need to set these two executables to be trusted. You can verify the identity of the executables, as they are signed by us, and have always been signed since their original release in 2008.