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13
October
2014

Startup Delayer version 3.0 build 362 released

By Cliff Cawley on 13th October 2014

Build 362 has two new often requested features.

1) You can now keep the launch process open after launching all applications

2) You can specify a time in seconds to delay Startup Delayer itself from launching applications.

This build also has additional checks and improvements to alert you if things on your system are corrupt. There have been a couple of reports lately of crashes which stem from corrupt .Net installations, corrupt fonts and corrupt memory. Hopefully these changes help people find the problem more easily.

You can grab the build from the Startup Delayer Download page or use the Update button in the Options Window of Startup Delayer.

Changes in this build:

  • Added the ability to keep the Launch process open at the end of launching all applications. See Options -> Startup Applications tab, 'Automatically hide Startup Delayer Tray Icon after launching all Applications' checkbox, which is checked by default
  • Added the ability to wait for between 0 and 59 seconds at startup before launching all applications. See Options -> Launch Process tab, 'Wait for x Seconds to pass at Startup before launching any Delayed Applications'
  • Added Japanese translations
  • Added check for corrupt Courier New font
  • Added error message for missing NGen from corrupt .net installation
  • Minor fixes and improvements