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Software Update: Rainmeter 4.0 Beta r25893
The third beta release of Rainmeter version 4.0 was released. With this program in real time all kinds of meaningful, but also less meaningful information displayed on the desktop, such as free space on the hard drive, network activity, and if there is new mail. Also functional applets may be used to make, for example, notes, or in order to send them tweets. In version 4.0, among other lapsed support for Windows XP and Vista. Will continue to enhance the performance and security, most external plugins are replaced by internal variants, called Measures.
The Following are the changes for the 4.0 beta version of Rainmeter. You can safely install the new 4.0 beta version right on top of your Existing Rainmeter 3.3 or Earlier installation, and nothing you have done will be redeemed or changed. There is never any need to uninstall any Earlier version of Rainmeter to use the newest version.
Important change to Rainmeter 4.0
Due to future application improvements we superintendents, All which will require the latest version of the Direct2D / DirectWrite graphical engines:
As of Rainmeter 4.0, Windows XP and Windows Vista are no longer supported by the application.
Rainmeter 4.0 requires at least Windows 7 with Service Pack 1 and the Platform Update applied. These shouldering have been automatically applied several at years ago by Windows Update, but if you have Windows Update turned off you need to get and May thesis apply updates manually. Windows versions later than Windows 7 are fully supported.
If you are on Windows XP or Windows Vista, and can not or do not wish to upgrade, you will need to stay on the Release 3.3 version of Rainmeter.
Changes in Rainmeter 4.0 Beta
For some stability and performance reasons, we are in the process of changing most or all of the plugins That Are distributed with the Rainmeter installation from being external “plugins” to being internal “measures”. At this time, there is no need to change anything in your skin code, but do be awarethat discrete .dll files for synthesis plugins will no longer exist in your Rainmeter Plugins folder. As of this writing, the Following plugins have been turned into measures:
March 12, 2016 – Revision 2593
SysInfo added: Added DOMAIN WORKGROUP SysInfoType value to the SysInfo plugin. This will return Either the “domain” or “workgroup” set for the system.
Added WebParser: Added LogSubstringErrors parent measure option. If set to “0”, this will suppress logging or “Not enough substring” errors. This can be useful for instance When you are using lookahead assertions in a regular expression, and missing (captures) Should not be treated as an “error”.
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