Version 0.2 of Unchecky was just released!
The main and most visible change is the new interface of the main Unchecky program.
Apart from the new visual appearance, it also has new functionality:
- It provides you with information about the amount of checkboxes it unchecked, and the number of times it warned you.
- It provides additional advanced settings: disabling automatic updates, and disabling hosts file rules usage.
Although Most users don’t need these settings, I’ve received questions about them. Some users were even angry at Unchecky for not mentioning the hosts file anywhere.
Well, now it’s mentioned, and is even controllable (with a big warning). So if you really know what you’re doing (e.g. you’re using a custom hosts list), you can turn it off.
While Unchecky v0.2 is still labeled as beta, it’s much more stable and robust than the early v0.1.x versions. More than 20 issues were closed. Many more installers are supported. If you were hesitant to try Unchecky because of its early age, you might want to consider trying it now.
You can get Unchecky at unchecky.com.