Archive for the ‘asoft’ Category

.NET Version Detector 17 R1

April 25, 2017

ASoft .NET Version Detector now supports .NET 4.7!
.NET 4.7 is part of Windows 10 Creators Update.

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.NET Version Detector 16 R3

January 8, 2017

ASoft .NET Version Detector now supports new preview builds of .NET!

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.NET Version Detector 16 R2

August 30, 2016

ASoft .NET Version Detector now supports .NET 4.6.2 Release!

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New website online:

February 21, 2013

The website has been redesigned and is online since today!
The goal was to make it cleaner, more modern and easier to use.

Go check it out:

.NET Version Detector XI is here

May 18, 2011

A new version of .NET Version Detector has been released.
It’s a minor update but with a very useful feature!

It’s now possible to use a the commandline to run .NET Version Detector without its user interface and create a report that is saved to a file of your choice.
You can do it like this: dotnet.exe <pathtofile>
Example: dotnet.exe c:\temp\asoft_netver.txt

You can download the latest version here.

.NET Version Detector X has been released!

August 20, 2010

A new version of .NET Version Detector has been released.
It’s a minor update but it carries some handy little tweaks.
– Now it lists the 64bit versions also (The path & versionnumbers)
– Dialog has been resized and reorganized
– Vertical scrollbar added to the text field, also for less scrolling
– Fixed bug with .NET 3.0 where the Service Packs weren’t always correctly detected

You can download the latest version here.

The Home Server Show celebrates its 100th show! And I join them…

July 30, 2010

Today ‘The Home Server Show‘ celebrates its 100th show.
If you look back at when it all started and where they are now… you can only call that fantastic & well done!

It grew from Dave Mc Cabe, just talking a bit about experiences/news related to Home Server to a team that prepares/posts articles & shows and invest a lot of time to make it happen.
AutoExit was featured in some shows, and the same goes for AdminiMe here.
He also interviewed quite a bit of people already, from the community as from Microsoft itself.
I can say for myself that it’s one of my friday shows that I won’t miss and I have been listening since show #1. 🙂
And Dave was the first registrant of AdminiMe.

Congratulations Dave & the whole HSS Team!!!

For this special occasion I am donating 15 licenses of AdminiMe that you can win!
And from 30/07/2010 until 06/07/2010, the price of AutoExit for the HSS listeners will be 7€/$/Pounds or 700Yen.
You can access it via this page.

You can find show 100 here:


AutoExit 2009 UR-1 Released!

July 16, 2010

It’s been a while since AutoExit has been updated; the reason is porting everything to Vail, digging into the new SDK, writing some articles, and working on the future versions of the addins… too much to handle actually 😉

But… I finally managed to get some help to translate AutoExit into Spanish which a lot of people asked for.

Another new feature is that it now contains a commandline tool that can be used to execute shutdown/reboot/… actions.
This can be very useful in cases where you script or want to execute actions in other applications that then execute the commandline tool and have the power of AutoExit to shutdown/reboot/… machines.

I couldn’t have done the translation on my own of course, I got great help from F. Javier Fernández Gómez.
He did a great job, have a look yourself!

AutoExit For Windows Home Server 2009 Spanish

AutoExit For Windows Home Server 2009 Spanish

UsingWindowsHomeServer Reader Awards 2009 – AutoExit #1!

January 3, 2010

The results have been published and AutoExit 2009 made it to #1 on UsingWindowsHomeServer in the category ‘Best Windows Home Server Software (Non Commercial)’
It made it to #2 on WeGotServed a few days ago.

AutoExit 2009 voted #1 on UsingWindowsHomeServer

AutoExit 2009 voted #1 on UsingWindowsHomeServer

Congratulations to snowdins with his second place with the P80 software!

Thanks to all people that voted!

Using Windows Home Server Reader Awards 2009

December 28, 2009

In my previous post I mentioned that it was that time of year again that WeGotServed had its well known Reader Awards.
AutoExit 2009 was selected and you could vote for it. (Only three days left to vote, so hurry up!)

But Andrew Edney of Using Windows Home Server is also having something similar for the first time!
And AutoExit 2009 made it to the final round and is also one of the nominated add-ins, in the category ‘Best Windows Home Server Add-in’. 🙂
So go over here and get voting for all your favorite WHS goodies:

For WeGotServed, vote here: