Ever since the preliminary version of Windows 10 for developers was released our programmers have been working to make sure all our programs are 100% compatible with it.
The architecture of the latest version has turned out to be significantly different from that of previous versions.
The keyboard interaction in this version has been completely redone, and the way programs work has been changed. The built-in browser has been updated, and there are many other changes as well. Worst of all, judging from the way all these components function, they will almost definitely be updated in upcoming updates to the operating system.
Nevertheless, as of today our programs completely support the latest Windows 10 OS.
Intercepting websites visited through the new browser Microsoft Edge has already been implemented.
If you recall, our programs did not intercept Skype in its Windows 8 “tiled” version. In Windows 10 Microsoft has gotten rid of this version of Skype, so Skype can now be intercepted in any case. This includes voice calls and text chat.
And now the big news: our programs will offer Windows 10 support without requiring any additional payment for the update. We’re releasing version 8.5 instead of 9, so all users of version 8 will get a free upgrade.
The program will continue to be updated and improved along with Windows 10.