This week Microsoft started rolling out the next major release of Windows 10, known as the Creators Update.
We've been testing RightBooth 6 on the Creators Update and we can see improvements in its performance. RightBooth feels quicker and screen transitions are smoother.
But don't just take our word for it. Here is some feedback from Mkrtr Rich regarding running RightBooth version 6 on the new Windows 10 Creators Update...
My initial impression is everything is very snappy and crisp. Before this update there would sometimes be a slight lag between menus and transitions and at start up the Preview box in the middle of the RightBooth main window would take a second or so to appear but now it's all almost instant.
So if you are running RightBooth 6 on Windows 10, we think there are benefits to be had from upgrading to the new Creators Update. Microsoft will be rolling it out over the coming months using the Windows automatic update service and it's a totally free upgrade!
But if you can't wait to receive it, you can force the issue and get the Update immediately. Here's how...
RightBooth 6 Released
We are pleased to announce that the next major version of RightBooth has been released.
Please check the Products menu for more information.
For users who are familiar with version 5, check out the new features of version 6
Keep watching the How to page for new articles on Version 6 over the coming weeks.