Worksnaps client upgrade

We are currently rolling out the upgrade to Worksnaps client to our users. The new client provides enhanced functionality and better stability. Based on the current version that you are using, you might be required to upgrade. In such case, upon logging in, you will see a message that prompts you to upgrade Worksnaps client. The following is an example.
client_upgrade_process

If you see such message, you can click the link in the dialog window and you will be brought to a page where you can download the newest version of Worksnaps client. You can simply download the new client program, uninstall your current Worksnaps client, then install the newly downloaded one. All it takes should be less than 5 minutes.

Here is a help link on how to uninstall a program on Windows:

http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/uninstall-change-program#uninstall-change-program=windows-7

If you have any question, feel free to open a ticket or send your question to support@worksnaps.net.

 

 

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12 thoughts on “Worksnaps client upgrade

    • Yes, it should be compatible with Win 10. We have done a couple of rounds of testing on Win 10 and it works fine. We will allocate more cycles to cover Win 10 on various systems.

    • You can always download the newest MAC version on our download page — http://www.worksnaps.com/www/download.shtml. We are not forcing upgrade for MAC client now. But you can always compare your version with the newest version and do upgrade. To check your version, you can click the Worksnaps icon on the task bar, select “About …”, then you will see a splash window with the Build number. You can compare the Build number with the newest one on the download page.

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