Posts Tagged ‘Update’


New SAPIEN Update tool integrated into all 2015 products

Monday, March 23rd, 2015 by Alex Riedel
With the release of the latest versions of the 2015 SAPIEN products we also integrated a new update tool. This new version will check for updates on all licensed and unexpired trial version of our products. It can download and install the updated versions without you going to your accounts page. If you need to roll out updates to multiple machines, you can use the “Download only” button to get the checked updates downloaded to your Windows downloads folder. You can then manually install the updates as needed. The new update tool also shows a brief synopsis of what…   More »

PrimalForms CE Updated to Correct Version (v1.0.10)

Tuesday, June 7th, 2011 by David Corrales
It seems we had an old version of PrimalForms Community Edition on our servers instead of the current version (v1.0.10) that was announced in this blog: PrimalForms CE Update. So if you downloaded PrimalForms CE and it doesn’t have a start page, then you are running an old version. Please download the latest version of PrimalForms CE here:…   More »

PrimalForms CE Update

Tuesday, March 29th, 2011 by David Corrales
A new version of PrimalForms Community Edition has been released!  This update includes a snazzy new start page that contains the recently opened file list and our news feed: Get the latest version from…   More »

Microsoft Update PowerShell v1.0

Thursday, March 26th, 2009 by Jeffery Hicks
After a lot of hard work on the PowerShell team's part, Microsoft has finally made PowerShell v1.0 available as an optional download on Microsoft Update. It will likely only be detected if you have no other versions of Powershell already installed, this includes any CTP release. Obviously you must be running a supported operating system with the latest service pack, which means no Windows 2000, and you must already have the .NET Framework v2.0 installed.  That too should have the latest patches. Before you get gung-ho and have spread all this PowerShell goodness in your network, remember it still needs…   More »

It’s in the service builds.

Tuesday, December 2nd, 2008 by Alex Riedel
In our current beta tester survey we included the following question: "Last but not least, if there is ONE feature you could convince us to add, what would that be?" One user replied that he would like PrimalSense for PowerShell parameters as soon as he types a - character and that already used parameters are excluded from that list. Truth is, that is a very nice feature. And it already existed for a while in PrimalScript 2007: This was introduced at some point during the life time of PrimalScript 2007 in a service build. Many users miss out on free…   More »