September 17, 2014 / by Alex Riedel / PrimalPad, Software News, VBScript, Windows PowerShell / 3 Comments

PrimalPad 2014: User tools are back

With the 2012 release of the ever popular PrimalPad, our portable PowerShell and VBScript editor, we switched to the now almost ubiquitous ribbon user interface. One thing that disappeared because of that was the custom user tools menu. Mostly because, well, there was no menu to edit anymore.


The “User-defined Tools” ribbon group is pre-filled with the Windows Registry Editor, the Control Panel and the Computer Management plug-in, just to not have an empty group stare back at you. Click on the launch button in the group to edit the tools to your desire.


Launch button


Tool edit dialog

As you can see, it’s pretty straightforward. PrimalPad 2014 is available now as part of the SAPIEN Productivity Pack. The Productivity Pack is free for all licensed users of a current 2014 subscription.

As always, if you have any suggestions or need help with something, please head over to our support forum and let us know what you need.

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