Posts Tagged ‘2014’


PrimalPad 2014: User tools are back

Wednesday, September 17th, 2014 by Alex Riedel
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…   More »

2014 Software: Do I choose 32 Bit or 64 Bit?

Tuesday, May 20th, 2014 by David Corrales
The question you have to ask when you decide to download the 2014 version of our products is: Which platform do I download? 32 bit or 64 bit? Most people with a 64 Bit OS will probably download the 64 bit version, but is this the correct choice? It may not be, depending on your needs. Here are some factors you need to consider:   1. Do I use Source Control? If you are using a Source Control provider, you have to determine if supports 64 bit or 32 bit only? For example, if you have an existing source…   More »

The 2014’s Are Here!

Saturday, March 15th, 2014 by Robert Morey
The 2014 Versions of Our Applications Are Out! We are very pleased to announce that the 2014 versions of all our software applications are out!  We have added lots of new features and abilities, many of which were requests that you sent to us and, therefore, we hope that you are quite happy with what we have done.  If you have licenses for the 2012 versions, you may go to your SAPIEN account and you will see your upgrade options listed next to your license keys.  If you have not yet done so, you will need to register your…   More »

SAPIEN World Tour, VersionRecall

Thursday, March 6th, 2014 by Robert Morey
SAPIEN PowerShell World Tour We are on the road! Throughout 2014, our CEO, Dr. Ferdinand Rios is touring around the world, talking about our products and what is going on with SAPIEN. In March, you can catch him at the following PowerShell groups and events: March 15: Dallas/Ft. Worth PowerShell User Group March 19: Raleigh PowerShell User Group March 21: New York Techstravaganza Europe and other locations will be announced in due course.  See the new 2014 versions of PrimalScript, PowerShell Studio and VersionRecall, learn about upcoming projects and software that we are working on, and maybe even walk…   More »

Starting with the 2014 versions all SAPIEN software sold with subscription

Thursday, February 27th, 2014 by Alex Riedel
With the release of VersionRecall 2014 SAPIEN Software is now sold as a subscription. Obviously that raises some questions for you, our customers, about how this will be handled. We will answer some of the most common questions here, but feel free to post any other questions you may have in the comments section below or send an email to Why are you moving to a subscription model? In the past we have always released maintenance builds which not only included bug fixes, but also new features. The frequency of these updates depended very much on the product, but…   More »

2014 Versions Out March 15—Buy Now and Save!

Thursday, February 13th, 2014 by Robert Morey
You have used our software and you have given us a lot of good feedback and made a lot of requests. We have taken all of them to heart and are very pleased to announce the 2014 versions of all our software—they include many new features and tweaks that we know you just can’t live without. These will be released on March 15. PLUS, we are introducing a new tool: VersionRecall 2014—the simplest way to manage multiple versions of files on your computer. PrimalScript 2014 and PowerShell Studio 2014 both gain the ability to create installers for your scripts,…   More »