Not very long ago (this month, in fact) I wrote about a big AdGuard for Windows beta update. As you can guess, todays release is largely based on that beta version. You'll see similar phrases about the same new features, so if you had a chance to read the previous article, feel free to skip those parts. But there's also a bit of fresh stuff, so even regular Blog readers will find something new here. Okay, enough with the prelude, let's get to the action!
We don't post about new betas in Blog every day, and not because there aren't enough of them. Usually, most users won't be interested in beta updates, but this time is different. We receive questions about the new AdGuard for Windows version literally every day. That's understandable — the last update was back in October 2018. More than half a year ago!
Getting a complicated and function-packed product such as AdGuard for Windows to a release state is never easy: after each implemented fix or improvement there always seems to be yet more room for "one last touch". However, it's about time we wrapped up all cumulated updates to roll out the fresh version of our program.
In the modern world so many of us live and work under the constant deficit of time, so it's only natural that we often weigh our choice towards fast solutions to problems in almost every aspect. We use the same logic when we choose our apps, many of which have become an integral part of our everyday life. Apps that don't require our supervision or additional configuring and are capable of instantly performing their job from the get-go, have a serious edge over the competition.
Not so long ago we told you about CoreLibs, and why the product development was slowed down a bit. A perfect time for a big headliner product update, don't you think? :) AdGuard for Windows users will still have to wait for the CoreLibs to see fresh new exciting features, but that's not to talk down changes in this update. Let's see what's inside!