After downloading our software, Windows Vista, 7 and 8 users will see the following security warning:
"The publisher could not be verified. Are you sure you want to run this software?"
While downloading software from the Internet is always risky, our software is tested by several reputable publishers and has never contained any kind of malware.
In order to disable this warning, simply uncheck the box "Always ask before opening this file" and you will no longer see this warning for that application.
How do I install this software?
Our software does not need to be installed, just save the executable file and eventual accompanying configuration and data files to a location of your choosing.
You can move these applications whenever you want.
This makes this software completely portable, enabling you to store it on a removable drive or thumbdrive as needed.
How do I uninstall this software?
Since this software does not get installed, there is nothing to uninstall. If you decide that you no longer need it, just delete the executable and the eventual accompanying data or configuration files.
If you get the following message: "The action can't be completed because the file is open", then make sure that the executable you are attempting to delete is not still running by looking for its icon in the taskbar.
I can't see the program's icon in the Taskbar, what can I do?
After you run some applications, you should see the application icon on the right-hand side of your Taskbar.
If you don't see it, just click on the arrow pointing up icon to display the full list of the Taskbar's icons, and click on the "Customize" link.
This will enable you to customize which icon you want to display.
First, find the application you want to customize.
In the drop-down menu, select "Show icon and notifications", and the icon will be displayed in the Taskbar all the time.
Error when launching application
I am receiving the following error when launching your software: "Windows cannot access the specified device, path or file. You may not have the appropriate permissions to access the item."
This error is usually caused by your anti-virus software. Sometimes, the first time you run a newly downloaded executable, your antivirus prevents access to the file while it is analyzing it, and if the file is free of threats, subsequent uses of that program are fine. Sometimes, the file is blocked forever. If you trust your download, you may want to let your antivirus know that the file is safe.
How do I Revoke Access to this application from my Google Account?