A Public Beta version is being distributed. If you want to test it for me, you can download it using one of the links below. It's not ready for distribution but if you are having issues with the latest public version I suggest you download the Public Beta version and see if the fixes contained in it fix the issues you're having.
To instruct the program to download the release candidate versions, go to Program Options/Settings -> Software Update Settings -> Program Updates Channel -> Public Betas to receive new beta and release candidate updates. Then go to System Restore Point Utilities and click on the Check for Updates. The program will then tell you that you have a new version to download along with the changes to the public beta versions.
Please note that development is pretty fast in the beta channel and that new builds are released as soon as new code has been added. So if you don't like lots of updates and prefer updates to be a twice-a-month kind of thing, the beta channel isn't for you.
Version 6.2 Build 13 (Public Beta 4)
- Included a possible fix to the Manage System Restore Storage Space window in which the height and width of the window is incorrectly set on some systems that have weird DPI settings. This would result in some elements on the screen being hidden from view.
- Removed "JetBrains.Annotations" from the FodyWeavers.xml file.
- Public releases will now be a once a month kind of thing, not twice a month, from this point on. Development for this program has been slowed considerably due to personal time constraints.
- Fixed a bug in the "Create Restore Point at User Logon" tool in which it didn't delete the task when clicking on the "Stop Making Restore Points" button. Thanks goes out to Bill Boyle for reporting this issue to me.
- Took out much of the unhandled application exception and thread exception handling code and replaced it with simple logging instead along with message that the application is terminating and a process kill command.
- Added the ability to assign a maxdays setting at runtime while executing the "-deleteoldrestorepoints" command line switch. This is done by providing "-maxdays=(0-9)" at runtime. This change was scheduled to go live in version 6.2's public release but I've held it back for more testing.