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WinSwitch 3.2 Adds Features, Universal Binary Support

WinSwitch 3.2 Adds Features, Universal Binary Support

by , 10:05 AM EDT, April 3rd, 2006

Wincent Colaiuta released Monday an update to WinSwitch, bringing the replacement to Apple's Fast User Switching feature to version 3.2. The new version adds several new features, bug fixed, and full Universal Binary support (now runs natively on both PowerPC and Intel Macs). You can find details on the update changes at the WinSwitch Web page.

Mr. Colaiuta is also asking users of the software to make a donation for the software, which is technically freeware, saying " I have some wonderful ideas for improving WinSwitch, but I need your financial support to implement them. The download-to-donation ratio is well over 1,000 to 1, so please think about helping out. If the ratio does not improve this may be the last ever WinSwitch release."

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