Virtual Serial Port Control History
Version history for Virtual Serial Port Control shows you how often it was updated over the past months (starting Jun 01, 2006) as well as 'what is new' information for each update (if available, since this information provided by the author).
v 3.4.6 updated on Sep 05, 2016
Minor bugs have been fixed.
v 3.4.4 updated on Mar 15, 2016
SHA256 signature has been added.
v 3.4.3 updated on Feb 06, 2016
Stability on 64-bit systems has been improved.
v 3.4.2 updated on Dec 23, 2015
Windows 10 support has been added. Displaying port name in the Device Manager and MSM integration have been fixed. Many other minor bugfixes and improvements have been made. Drivers are now digitally signed by WHQL.
v 3.3.1 updated on Dec 03, 2014
Windows 8.1 and Server 2012 R2 support added. New SDK functions implemented. Some minor improvements made.
v 3.1.5 updated on May 30, 2011
- License key info is displayed correctly now in ActiveX and .Net controls in design mode. - Line status errors (overrun, parity, framing, break) are write-only now.
v 3.1.3 updated on Jan 19, 2011
- System resources leak issue fixed.
v 3.1.2 updated on Nov 09, 2010
- Service crash fixed. - Port destroying on application abnormal termination fixed. - Demo-mode permanent port creation fixed. - Minor fixes in NET-control.
v 3.1.0 updated on Jul 27, 2010
- Virtual serial port driver is improved. - Several important fixes are applied.
v 3.0.5 updated on Dec 11, 2009
- Crash on service stopping fixed. - ANSI dll methods fixed. - DLL API example for C++ added.
v 3.0.4 updated on Dec 04, 2009
DLL API headers and libraries added.
v 3.0.3 updated on Nov 23, 2009
- Virtual serial port engine completely redesigned. - 64-bit operating system support added. - Developer API available in form of DLL, ActiveX and .Net. - Documentation improved. - License key issue fixed.
v 2.4 updated on Aug 15, 2007
Vista is supported now
v 2.3 updated on May 15, 2007
Some errors are fixed.
v 2.2.1 updated on Jul 27, 2006
Some errors are fixed.
v 2.1 updated on Jun 01, 2006
It allows to create and control virtual serial ports to which any serial application can connect. Now virtual serial ports can have the same names as real COM ports.
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