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Stephen Kellett

New UX Theme

We’ve been working on a new, calmer UX Theme for a while. The aim is to reduce the number of lines, have less visual clutter, […]

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December 18, 2015
Stephen Kellett

Fix for FALSE positive memory leak report VS 2015 Update 1

We’ve just released a V6.54 of C++ Memory Validator. This contains a bug fix for FALSE positive memory leak reports when working with Release mode […]

Stephen Kellett

An End to Unwanted UAC prompts

We have just updated all of our software tools so that they no longer require administrator privileges to run. No more unwanted User Account Control […]

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64 bit C++ software tool Beta Tests are complete.

We recently closed the beta tests for the 64 bit versions of C++ Coverage Validator, C++ Memory Validator, C++ Performance Validator and C++ Thread Validator. […]

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December 7, 2012
Stephen Kellett

Problems with slow shutdown, slow install

There is a problem with recent versions of our software released prior to 5 December 2012. Problem description The problem is that some people will […]

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November 17, 2011
Stephen Kellett

Important changes to how we bring you software updates

In this blog post I’m going to tell you about some important changes that will be happening with respect to how we provide software updates […]

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December 22, 2009
Stephen Kellett

Code signing and user hinting

We have just released new versions of our software tools that are code signed. This change will please those of you that are using more […]

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Support for MinGW and QtCreator

Everyone uses Visual Studio to write C and C++ software don’t they? Yes! you all chorus. Apart from some guys at the back who like […]

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November 25, 2008
Stephen Kellett

What do programmers want for Christmas?

T-shirts appears to be the answer. Even better if they come with a natty logo or slogan. Andy Brice has come up with a wonderful […]

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May 12, 2008
Stephen Kellett

Tab controls and tree/grid controls – why change them?

In this post I’m going to describe some of the changes we’ve been making to the user interface of our software tools and also why […]

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