With the release of JustTrace Q3 2013 behind us, we started looking for new cool features to add to our product. We are already a mature tool with great features and, daresay, a pretty face but there is so much more to do! Alas, the day still has 24 hours (and we need our sleep as well) so we had to look for options to make us more efficient.
That’s why we decided to stop supporting Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 starting with the Q1 2014 release.
This allows us to:
As you can see, XP does not even register in the default view! The usage data gave us confidence to proceed with the plan.
Of course, we will continue supporting our Q3 2012 release with service packs containing bug fixes, but all new features will target Vista and later operating systems. Also, we would like to stress that we will continue to profile applications which target .net 2.0/3.0/3.5.
By the way it’s important to explain that the above screenshot represents the extent of the information we collect about our users. We only see aggregated data, with no user-level details. So please participate in our customer experience program, to help us make important decisions on the development of JustTrace. So that we can make the product fit your needs and requirements better.
Todor Totev discovered programming using the illegal clone of Apple II made in the socialist block 25 years ago. Since then he dabbled in every programming technology which can run in a personal computing device, small or not so small. He enjoys prototype based object oriented languages, playing with his German Shepard dog and mercilessly beating his friends on Magic the Gathering.
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