Software update: NetSetMan 4.4.0

Ilja Herlein has released version 4.4 of NetSetMan. With this program, various settings can be adjusted quickly and easily by means of profiles. It is especially useful for laptop users who use their computers in different locations such as home and work. With the push of a button, for example, the IP address, the default printer and the smtp server can be changed. The program is free to use, but there is also a pro version for commercial users, which also allows customizing the domain, proxy server and browser homepage. The changelog shows the following changes and improvements:

Changes in version 4.4.0:

  • NEW: NSM Tools! Useful network related utilities (two now, more to come)
  • NEW: Tool “Console” with easy and comfortable access to Windows command line tools like ping, tracert, nslookup, netstat and ipconfig. With predefined parameters and a target IP/name history list.
  • NEW: Tool “Adapters Details” providing detailed information about all network adapters and interfaces in an exportable tree or table view.
  • Fix: A forced shutdown or bluescreen could have broken the settings file
  • Fix: Opening NSM WiFi Management with unlocked NSM Administration
  • Fix: WiFi dialog now remains in the foreground during profile import/export
  • Fix: Logon feature might have removed the focus from the password field
  • Fix: High-DPI scaling for items in Logon menu
  • Fix (Pro): Browser/Proxy error when IE wasn’t found on the system
  • Fix (Pro): License activation problem in very rare cases
  • Improved behavior for closing and minimizing the main window
  • Performance improvements for writing to settings file
  • Simplified and improved the installation process
  • Lots of minor fixes and adjustments

Version number 4.4.0
Release status Final
Operating systems Windows 7, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 8, Windows 10
Website NetSetMan
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License type Freeware/Paid