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Cryper Professional 1.0 (64-bit version only) Giveaway
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Giveaway of the day — Cryper Professional 1.0 (64-bit version only)

Cryper allows the user to encrypt and decrypt single files, one or more at once or even complete directories.
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User rating: 184 (32%) 389 (68%) 44 comments

Cryper Professional 1.0 (64-bit version only) was available as a giveaway on October 18, 2014!

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Cryper from Vatterott Software Solutions is a file encryption software. The program allows the user to encrypt and decrypt single files, one or more at once or even complete directories.

The most outstanding feature is the encryption algorithm itself. Most other tools are only user interfaces wrapped around the AES encryption algorithm. Cryper brings along its own 1024 block cipher algorithm and its open source. Other features are, that Cryper can encrypt the file names as well as the contents of the files, creation of self-decrypting files and some convenient settings to make the workflow for the user easier. So take a closer look if Cryper fits your requirements.

Note: The best 3 improvement ideas will be rewarded with a lifetime license of Cryper Professional. Please use Idea Informer form to submit your ideas.

System Requirements:

Windows 7/ 8/ 10 (x64); Pentium III processor (or equivalent); 1GB RAM

Publisher:

Vatterott Software Solutions

Homepage:

http://cryper.net/

File Size:

10.3 MB

Price:

$24.50

Comments on Cryper Professional 1.0 (64-bit version only)

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#44

I have experience with cryptography from a previous line of work, and although I'm not going put up an elaborate post, I'd like to make one comment. Only one person above, 'TK', alluded to the paramount shortcoming of this software, which is that they chose to use a "proprietary" encryption algorithm. Why?

There are numerous well-designed and well-studied algorithms available for use, crypto-systems which have withstood attack and analysis by some of the best minds in the fields of cryptanalysis and mathematics. I applaud the developer's interest in cryptography, but the design of a secure cryptographic algorithm is *not* a trivial process, and there is a reason why the process to choose a new cipher by the NIST was an arduous, multi-stage process.

The AES finalist, Rijndael, was chosen (and has now been adopted worldwide), because it meets multiple sets of important criteria, i.e., security, speed, platform applicability, etc. So why reinvent the wheel? Or if you wanted to be a bit different, you could have offered one of the AES runner-ups, like 'Serpent' perhaps, or 'Twofish', both of which are also well studied and secure. Or why not offer a menu of algorithm options, like TrueCrypt?

I would have had no problem if your proprietary algorithm was included as an option. And it's possible that your program is wonderful by all other standards. Your algorithm could *possibly* be extremely secure--or it could be no better than a grade-school student's simple transposition cipher. I cannot know this. Therefore, I wouldn't--and I could not recommend to anybody else--to entrust their data to an unproven cryptosystem if they had data of any value to protect.

Regards,
Robert

Reply   |   Comment by Robert Garofalo  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)
#43

Hi Everyone,
8,13, Marcus, Thank you! You understand that a lot of people still use XP and not everyone has cash falling out of there pockets to buy 64bit hardware! Slowly! That is changing but it will take a long time! I have been in the computer business for over 35 years! MOST all of my customers are still using 32bit! And windows XP 32bit and some XP 64bit Myself? I have 2 PCs that are Windows 7 64bit! I have 3 more that are Windows 7 32bit! and another bunch! Around 10 that are XP! 32bit! I love Windows 7! I use a lot of 32bit apps on my Windows 7 64bit PC because I use and like them! and they WORK! and work fine! I use after market Security like Avast and Malwarebytes! As I never relied on MS Security downloads for XP Anyway! 50% of the MS security updates are a bigger problem then the variants they are supposed to protect me from! So, When MS discontinued support for XP? I could care less! As long as the After market Software code Writers provide software for XP? I will use it! I was very happy to learn after contacting ALL the company's that I use there Applications and Software would Support XP As long as there is a Demand and need for it! (As long as it sells!) I have XP 32bit PCs that work just as well and are just as fast as most NEW PC's! So, Why spend more money! The industry is at a stand still! Nothing you buy NEW Today will work any better then a 5 year old PC that is up-to-date! and working as it was designed! Until the Next state of the art Hardware comes out, Working at light speed! Or, The equivalent! There is NO Resin to update your equipment unless you like to spend money to impress your PC friends! LOL! Or? You have a fatal Dead PC! No matter how FAST your State of the art PC IS? It is Only as FAST As the Network Connection you Have! And even the Fastest connections to the WEB you can get Today? Are Very Slow! In PC Terms! My Computer spends 89% of its time Waiting for the Data from the Internet! I have Cable @ 30bps! Very Fast! But! For the PC? Not near fast enough! The PC gives you a network Ethernet connection that boasts 1,000Mbits!! Wishful thinking? Just like all the new HDDs and SSDs! Advertise SATA III @ 3/6GBS!! The Best I have ever gotten on internal Drive to Drive File transfer is about 160MBS!! I have talked to many others that get the same thing! Or, Less! I average about 90/123MBS On a good Day! This is HDD to HDD C: Drive to D: Drive! Not an SSD! But, They are not anywhere near that Advertised speed ether! Its just to sell NEW Computers, And Hardware because they have Nothing Else to Offer! Not Yet! (o; I applaud your efforts Marcus, In deciding to write the 32bit code and make your Cryper Professional 1.0, Available to those that would like to use it! That shows that you Care! Your customers are your bread and butter and you realize that! And are able to change directions to support the needs of your customers and that sir! Is Class! And A company I would do business with anytime! Thank you for Offering your application on GOTD today and a make up for 32bit users! I have tried the 64bits app and it works very nice and easy to understand and use! I will try it more and more in the coming days and will likely use it and refer it to my friends and clients Thank you! And Of course Big Thanks! To everyone at GOTD for all you Do! Thank you! Rick D.

Reply   |   Comment by Rick D.  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#42

That was a nice offer from Marcus Vatterott to make a 32bit version.
I have never seen a developer offer that much help before apart from Bitsum's process lasso developer.
Thanks Marcus and GOTD

Reply   |   Comment by ilikefree  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+4)
#41

# 11 Giovanni
On your recommendation I installed "encoding-decoding" from "elefantsoftware" on win 8.1 64 bit machine. It installed easily and worked simply. I like it. Thanks.
There is a setup file version as well as portable version.
I tested both versions.

Reply   |   Comment by Irshad  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)
#40

I don't understand the thumbs down simply because it's 64 bit only. Do you give low ratings to an electric car because it doesn't take gas? A microUSB cable is downgraded in your eyes because it won't work with an Iphone?

I have not installed the software simply because I have no need for this particular GOTD. I just don't understand why software isn't rated on how it actually performs.

Reply   |   Comment by Jack  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#39

#17 ric: That article on 64-bit vs 32-bit is 7 years old! I would hope that our 64-bit machines and OS have better performance and security now. Although, who knows with Microsoft? !?!

As far as the voting process is concerned, I think GAOTD should limit voting to ONLY those who have downloaded and activated the software. The way it is now, anyone can vote daily solely based on their mood or ideas of what they THINK the software may or may not do for them just with what they read about it, and not what it ACTUALLY did on their system.

Reply   |   Comment by mahaal  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#38

It doesn't work.

Installed easily. But just won't work.

Installed as admin.
Using correct amount of passwords etc.
Not blocked by Anti-virus or Firewall.
No other obvious problems found.

Right-click on files to encrypt.
Asks for password.
I enter it & hit enter.
Nothing .... the lights are on, but no one's home.

Doesn't work :(

Reply   |   Comment by Medusa  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#37

Tried to install in windows 7 with 27 security code but was never able to reach the apparently required 4 bar password strength indicator for complete installation

Reply   |   Comment by Walter Green  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#36

Hello together,

for those of you encountering the problem with the error message "RegSvr ... can't register ... Exit code 0x03".

This is a known issue. The software has a 64 Bit DLL with holds the function for Windows Explorer context menu integration. The DLL depends on the Microsoft Visual C++ 2013 x64 Redistributable Package. Normally the installer of Cryper checks, if the package is present or download and install it, if not so.

The majority of users seems to have no problem with that, but I see that this is still an issue on some machines.

Fist you can try to download the package by yourself and then install Cryper afterwards.

Here is the download link: http://download.microsoft.com/download/2/E/6/2E61CFA4-993B-4DD4-91DA-3737CD5CD6E3/vcredist_x64.exe

Of course I will check this error and try to fix it.

My suggestion is, that you install this version of GAOTD and ignore the error. The Windows Explorer context menu items of Cryper aren't installed then. When the error is fixed I will provide the updated version on the products website. You can download the new version and install it over the GAOTH version. So your free license will not be overwritten.

Thanks to all of you for reporting the issue. That's what really helps improving software.


C U
Marcus

Reply   |   Comment by Marcus Vatterott  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+6)
#35

@ric

Hi Ric,

a can give you a definitely "No" as answer. The encryption result is the same when you perform it on a 32 Bit or 64 Bit machine, so it makes no difference.

Have a nice evening.

Reply   |   Comment by Marcus Vatterott  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+4)
#34

@isotope

Hi, no there is no limit to the size or the amount of files in it.

Best regards
Marcus

Reply   |   Comment by Marcus Vatterott  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)
#33

I enter a password in the program, drag a file to the encryption icon, a program message windows pops opens and states to enter a password. Repeat endlessly.

I guess I'm doing something wrong.

Reply   |   Comment by Zzyzx  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#32

People talking about 32-bit and 64-bit...
Did you know that it won't be long now until the 128-bit Computer becomes available ??? At least that's what I've heard !!!

Reply   |   Comment by Chris Roy Jackson  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#31

Nice lightweight encryption program. I appreciate it.

Reply   |   Comment by John Donnelly  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)
#30

Does this create virtual directories that one can open as a virtual drive, like TrueCrypt did, or do files have to be decrypted individually? Thanks...

Reply   |   Comment by DonP  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)
#29

"Marcus", I have one question for you. I am a "Newbie" to encrypting files. Do/can you provide tutorials? Preferably in video format?

Reply   |   Comment by RGS London  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#28

Very nice program. Are people here missing that the Author has offered to write a 32 bit version and offered a free license??? It doesn't get any better than this! Thank you Markus! I'll gladly use any encryption that is different and 64 bit. Thanks!

Reply   |   Comment by Jimbo  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)
#27

Even my Vista was 64 bit - Does no one buy extra RAM? I am very impressed with today's offering - BUT - I still like my "word-type" pull down menus & I have been around building & using these boxes ever since there was 1 Mg of RAM (found a way to put in 2 & haven't looked back since - my wife is using my last computer = 24Gb RAM). The times they are a changin' . Will work with it later - have to go out for a bit, but that's by 2 cents worth for now. Thank you.

Reply   |   Comment by Thomas Roberts  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)
#26

Jean (9)

I agree with the dodginess of the ratings - in fact I ignore them. I quite like the idea of a reliable group whose ratings are used to create what will effectively be a summary of how popular the software is but...

I disagree that it should be limited to those who have advanced computer experience. Most software is actually used by those who don't have advanced computer experience. I value the opinions of those who see the software through the eyes of a typical user, not those who evaluate the software according to some set of esoteric rules about how it should behave during installation and use.

Reply   |   Comment by Dave Kent  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-2)
#25

Error on install:

c:\Program Files\Cryper\CryperShell.dll
Unable to register the dll/ocx: regsvr32 failed with the exit code 0x3.

Verified file is in C:\Program Files\Cryper
Manually tried to register the dll, fails...

Tested application, seems to work.. Encrypted and decrypted files...

Reply   |   Comment by BigDave  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)
#24

@#14, a large base of 32-bit pcs owners can't afford to buy new 64-bit machines. I am one of those. I and many do understand 64-bit as the future of computing, but I as many am not willing to spend up to $700 just to get a new 64-bit pc that, not only has the terrible Win 8 OS, but also is not better than my current machine because it comes with standard 4-6 GB memory and small HD.

Reply   |   Comment by Wyndham  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#23

https://truecrypt.ch/

http://sourceforge.net/projects/veracrypt/?source=directory

http://veracrypt.sourceforge.net/

Here are the links referred to in post #15

Reply   |   Comment by Seah  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)
#22

#12 TK.
Thanks for presenting the only valid argument on this page regarding 64-bit system.

Because of my age I have many older friends, many on a poor pension so there are many reasons for them to stay with their old OS 32-bit systems.
The cost of upgrading their hardware is expensive and requires relearning how to use it.
Changing to a new OS can be confusing.
They don't need the extra addressing capabilities of a 64-bit system.

Marcus Vatterott.
Thanks for participating in today's discussion, also the offer of a 32-bit system, much appreciated.

Reply   |   Comment by XP-Man  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)
#21

@14 There are people still using a 64-bit CPU with a 32-bit operating system !

Reply   |   Comment by Steffo  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)
#20

It's ridicilous that there must be a 32-bit edition and a 64-bit edition of every single software released today. Why not release, as a few manufacturers do, a version that works out of the box on both environments, 32 and 64-bit.

Reply   |   Comment by Steffo  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)
#19

#14 Yes there are a lot of people who still run 32bit windows, and yes a lot of "normal households" do encrypt for for a lot of different reasons. Truecrypt is not actually dead, it is being revived by a group in Switzerland, and besides there is a very good program called Veracrypt that uses Trucrypt code and makes it a bit stronger. Do a search on http://sourceforge.net/
That all being said, I am going to send that email and try this one out. It looks promising. Thank you Mr Vatterott for making this offer and GOTD for hosting.

Reply   |   Comment by Seah  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+4)
#18

FWIW, 32 bit vs. 64 bit -- 64 bit lets you use more RAM. 64 bit Windows became popular with win7, IMHO in large part because the larger win7 liked/needed more RAM than the 2-4GB commonly used with XP 32. Not all kinds of software benefits from more RAM -- by far most software remains 32 bit. But drivers have to be written either for 32 or 64 bit -- one driver cannot do both.

When they had an audit performed, then later pulled Truecrypt, & the Snowdon leaks were published, I personally lost faith that open source & peer reviewed security software had any advantage.

That said, the biggest thing Marcus can do to improve I think would be to handle the problem of Bitdefender blocking his site. I did not try other security software to see if this was only a problem with Bitdefender.

Reply   |   Comment by mike  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+4)
#17

Cannot use on my 32 bit OS.
This is good for those who have 64 bit systems and OS.

Is 64 bit is better than 32 bit for encryption purpose?
Read this.
http://ask-leo.com/are_64bit_pcs_more_secure_than_32bit_machines.html

Reply   |   Comment by ric  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+7)
#16

Hi:
Is there a limit to the size of a directory that can be encrypted?

Reply   |   Comment by isotope  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+6)
#15

@#9. Jaan Suurküla

GOTD is a public site and open to all, not only for a handful of selected elitists and specialists or pro's, if you wanna contribute something for free, then do it. Would be pretty unfair and arrogant limiting participation to the site overall to a few selected elitists and make GOTD private and closed. Why do you think your vote is more worth than Average Joe's? Program Licenses for Votes, you must be kidding.

Reply   |   Comment by kin0seC  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)
#14

Couldn't install on my 64-bit system with the error message "Unable to register the DLL/OCX: RegSvr32 failed with exit code 0x3."

Reply   |   Comment by StephenB  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+6)
#13

What do you mean Steve by "far too many of us still using 32-bit processors to offer 64-bit only software? "Man? Is that right? Where do you live? 64-bit version is the future at least in Germany. I am happy this is a software for 64 only because that is what is needed. Normal households rarely encrypt, but industries, high core gamer, IT and thats going to 64-bit. Definitely try especially after truecrypt died.

Reply   |   Comment by Walter  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-15)
#12

Hello out there,

I didn't expect that there is such a demand for 32 Bit software and supporting Windows XP.

But when you want it, then I will build it ;-)

Mainly it's not a big deal to make a 32 Bit version that supports Win XP as well.

I will build it on monday. For all of you, who needs that version, you can send me an E-Mail to info@cryper.net with the suject "Cryper 32 Bit".

I'll send you that version with a free license on monday evening as well, as you downloaded it here.

Have a nice weekend.

Reply   |   Comment by Marcus Vatterott  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+61)
#11

#1, fotomoto: There is a perverse logic to only making a 64-bit build of the encryption program, 64-bit versions of windows only permit trusted signed 64-bit drivers to be loaded and run, that makes it far more difficult for the average or better than average criminal hacker to produce spyware that drops a kernel level driver to hook into some windows API and steal the plain text or password/keys from encryption systems.

IMHO this product uses a propietary block cypher that appears to be very young and so even though they've open sourced the encryption it's not possible that it's been significantly peer reviewed or any significant public crypto-analysis performed on it and the method they've used to allow a block cipher to be used on larger than the block length datasets.

Reply   |   Comment by TK  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+21)
#10

BETTER FREE ALTERNATIVES:

http://stefanstools.sourceforge.net/CryptSync.html
http://elefantsoftware-en.weebly.com/encoding-decoding.html
http://www.geneosoft.com/software/guardaxon

Enjoy!! ^_^

Reply   |   Comment by Giovanni  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+54)
#9

Unable to test as it’s 64-bit and although it appears to be a pleasing piece of software, not sure it is such a great loss.
WinRar can do everything that this program claims to do, plus a good file compression function and, a big plus, can recover from corruption of the encrypted/compressed file.
These extra functions for only $4 dollars more at €23/$31; the only advantage of today's software is probably ease-of-use but I don't feel this makes it worthwhile purchase.

It is my belief that this program needs more functions, one that could make it more useful is a decent search facility that makes it easy to find and select files for encryption. Not hard to write a search infinitely better than the pathetic excuse Microsoft has produced in my experience.
Ease-of-use is important as it helps you perform the function you want to secure in the knowledge that it actually worked, if so this maybe just what you need.

Reply   |   Comment by XP-Man  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-14)
#8

Bill B (4) wrote:


"I can’t understand why this great software, got such a low rating? Just because it’s only in 64 bit?"


Having followed GAOTD for several years, I find the rating behaviour suspicious. Sometimes ratings turn up almost immediately, within minutes, and I can't believe that so many former users immediately jump in, because a lot of ratings are turned in before people have reasonable time to test the program. It seems more probable that the downratings are rigged .

For example, a company that wants to promote its own encryptment program could have a "downrater" monitor GAOTD and "vote down" any competing encryptment program.

Offering such service could be a profitable business for some dishonest type. It could even be automated.

SUGGESTION TO GAOTD: Create a permanent voters' group of a few hundred regular GAOTD visitors.

I suggest you invite those whose comments show they have advanced computer experience. Arrange some extra favors to motivate participation, for example deals with some program developers, so that the voters obtain program licenses without the usual time limitations or free access to a more "pro" version etc.

Don't oblige them to check every offer, just let chance decide how many vote each time. Otherwise few will participate I suppose.

The voters should not know beforehand which programs will give such favors so as to ensure objectivity.

Reply   |   Comment by Jaan Suurküla  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)
#7

Hello out there,

I didn't thought, that there is such a big demand for 32-Bit software and for Windows XP.
But when you want it, then I will build it!
Mainly because it's not a big deal to build a separate version and installer for 32-Bit. Supporting Windows XP should work as well.

I will do it on monday. If you need this version please send me a mail to info@cryper.net with the subject "Cryper 32Bit" and maybe some kind words ;-)

If you do so, I'll send you the installer with a free licenses as well as you can download it here today.

Have a nice weekend.

Reply   |   Comment by Marcus Vatterott  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+134)
#6

Well wake up people the future of computers 64 bit is here to stay. Its good to see a company willing to give our bigger computers a shot at something. Sometimes the 32 bit programmes a not ideal for 64 bit computers. I think it is time you 32 bit's updated. Thank you GOTO team for a good programme it works really well and thank you to the publisher
as well.

Reply   |   Comment by Taylor  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-14)
#5

I'm not surprised at the low ratings. There are far too many of us still using 32-bit processors to offer 64-bit only software.

Reply   |   Comment by Steve  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+8)
#4

I can't understand why this great software, got such a low rating? Just because it's only in 64 bit? It seems like a good software and something that I will definitely try!

Reply   |   Comment by Bill B.  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-15)
#3

This looks like it covers all the bases for encryption software. Unfortunately I can not test it on my 32 bit XP SP2 system. I would suggest the publisher may offer a 32 bit version in the future. I understand the need for 32 bit software is shrinking. But they is enough now to justify the effort to make a 32 bit version. Thank you GOTD team and Vatterott Software Solutions.

Reply   |   Comment by dadams  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+18)
#2

Installed and (self)registered without problems on a Win 8.1.2 Pro 64 bit system. The installer load the Visual C++ Redistributable 2013 (7MB) from the net - if needed or not. In my case it was installed and the Visual C++ wanted to "repair" my installed software. That happens, but does not harm.

A small (One man) German company - advertising as a freelancer for software projects with address&phone&fax. Maybe he'll find some potential customers through GAOTD.

I consider this small encryption software as his visit card in version 1.0.0.1.

A nicely styled modern window opens. You can encrypt files&folders. The strength of a key is shown, the used encryption algorithm is CR1, which is a proprietary block cipher with 1024 bits block length. The CR1 algorithm is open source and can be downloaded at http://cryper.net/source. That's good.

You can switch the language between German and English, select to encrypt file names and output folder.

A nice gimmick (test it!) is the generation of a key file with the move of your mouse. Graphically fun, (Remember TrueCrypt keyfiles?) 

The software can generate self decrypting files - with the right key of course.

After encryption it is not shown, that a task is finished - it shows a taskbar, but no hint afterwards. The dialog for for the folder to save the file could be better and automatically select the input folder. - this has to be done in the settings beforehand.

The software does what it claims. It is a nice visit card. I hope, that Marcus Vatterott can find some new customers here. With this GiveAway he shows his skills. (*)

Uninstalled via reboot. I don't need tons of encryption software and I don't use semi open source products for encryption.

Have a nice weekend.

(*) The quality of the software is never depending on big teams.

Reply   |   Comment by Karl  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+150)
#1

Amazing, i h' seen this for the first time, only 64 bit version.
Before it used to be for 32bit and 64bit unavailable.
Guess what, the table has turned, too bad the screenshots looked neat.

Reply   |   Comment by fotomoto  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-66)
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