Upgrade from Version 11.xx to 11.60

https://visualautomation.com/download/suup1160.zip (10.5M)

New Features for 11.60

  • Added new registry setting checkbox to disable Default app dialog
  • When you install a new app that can open a file type that already has a default app association, a dialog will be displayed named "How do you want to open this file?" when launching the file
  • This registry setting disables this behavior
    • Secure Utilities | Administrator tab | [All Users] section | Default button | Default App tab
    • Disable Dialog - How do you want to open this file? checkbox
    • This checkbox sets registry value:
    • HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\Explorer\NoNewAppAlert
  • Added new registry setting checkbox to disable the Lock Screen
    • Secure Utilities | Administrator tab | [All Users] section | Logon button | Lock Screen tab
    • Disable Lock Screen checkbox
    • This checkbox sets registry value:
    • HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\Personalization\NoLockScreen
  • Improved sLogOff screen saver user interface

Changes for 11.56

  • Changes made to sCopy, sExplore, sImage, and sNote
  • Folder paths will now expand environment variables, such as %username%
  • Also, the path will add a trailing delimiter ('\') if not present

New Features for 11.55

  • Enhanced automatic Registry Export feature
    • Previous to this version, the registry export was saved to a specific file name
    • In 11.55 and later, the file name contains the user name and the date/time
    • Secure Desktop 11.65 Registry Export has this enhancement also
  • Re-compiled with new versions of compiler
    • Secure Utilities EXE files are now more secure
    • Secure Desktop 11.65 has this enhancement also

New Features for 11.51

  • Tested in Windows 10 November 2021 Update, Version 21H2
  • Copyright update

New Features for 11.50

  • Windows 11 support
    • New Segoe UI Variable Text font
    • Fully tested in Windows 11
    • Windows version information updated
  • Read-Only text fields now have border
  • Info dialog slightly re-designed
    • Slight flashing fixed
  • Fixed problem in sExplore File Explorer
    • If command-line path does not exist, error displayed and sExplore ends

New Features for 11.40

  • Windows Server 2022 support
  • Added Windows version check to sKey On Screen Keyboard

Changes for 11.32

  • Fixed an issue with sExplore.exe
  • Recommended update if using the sExplore.exe utility

New Features for 11.31

  • Secure Utilities Yes/No Dialogs now default to the No button, rather than Yes
  • Tested in Windows 10 May 2021 Update, Version 21H1

New Features for 11.30

  • Added sMenu Start Menu utility, named sMenu.exe
    • This utility displays most or all Start Menu and Desktop shortcut icons for the currently logged in user
    • Launch sMenu.exe from Secure Desktop to provide "all access" for a user
  • Improved fonts throughout Secure Utilities

New Features for 11.23

  • Changed installation script to record the installation folder in the registry
  • Re-compiled with new versions of compilers

Changes for 11.22

  • Serial Number and Copyright update

Changes for 11.21

  • Tested in Windows 10 November 2020 Update, Version 20H2
  • Fixed an issue in older versions of Windows 10
    • Detected 32-bit versus 64-bit Windows incorrectly
    • This affected any registry setting
    • Recommended update for all customers

New Features for 11.20

  • New Touch/Pen registry settings
    • Secure Utilities | Administrator tab | Touch/Pen button
    • Press and Hold for Right Clicking can be disabled for touch and/or pen input
  • Added sImage Viewer utility, named sImage.exe
    • This utility displays an image, specified by command-line parameter
    • Optionally open window maximized
    • Optionally remove the ability to close the window
  • Re-compiled with new version of compiler

Changes for 11.12

  • Tested in Windows 10 May 2020 Update, Version 2004

Changes for 11.11

  • Earlier versions of Secure Utilities was not compatible with the first build of Windows 10
  • This has been corrected

New Features for 11.10

  • Added sKey On Screen Keyboard utility, named sKey.exe
    • This is a 32-bit application
    • It is just an on screen keyboard, no other functionality

New Features for 11.00

  • New Secure Utilities 11
    • Secure Utilities is a new package of utilities
      • This is version 11 because some of these utilities have shipped in previous versions of Secure Desktop
      • Secure Utilities is available as it's own package
      • Secure Utilities 11 is included with Secure Desktop 11
  • Window 10, Windows Server 2016 and Windows Server 2019 support only
  • Secure Desktop utilities such as sExplore, sCopy, sNote and sLogOff are now packaged into Secure Utilities
  • New utilities include a new sControl, sEject and sRun
    • New sControl launches the system Control Panel dialog
    • New sEject launches the system Eject Device dialog
    • New sRun launches the system Run dialog
    • New sUtility provides utility help and registry setting utilities
      • Secure Desktop Tools Administrator tab Logon and Drives functionality now part of Secure Utilities (sUtility.exe)
  • User Interface Improvements
    • Secure Utilities is now DPI Aware (Dots Per Inch)
      • Icons and images within applications look better on high resolution monitors
  • Tested on Microsoft Surface Pro and Microsoft Surface Pro X

Secure Desktop 11

Includes Secure Utilities 11

New Secure Desktop 11 features.