VerCheck 4.5

Checks websites for new versions of the software you use
VerCheck - The main window where you can see the current version for your applications.
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VerCheck is a great application that automates the process of checking the websites of the programs you use to see if the version numbers have changed. VerCheck comes preconfigured from the factory with 64 applications.

For each application, you give the URL of a page to check. You also specify some string that is on the page, usually containing the version number. If this string is not present, presumably something has changed.

You have to then manually figure out what, and install the new software, then adjust VerCheck to look for the new version number.

To add a new application hit (+), then enter an application name, an URL and the marker -- an expected response string that will be embedded in the web page returned if the version has not changed.

Click"Check-for-New-Versions to check the entire list of applications to see if any have changed.

Click Restore-Defaults to restore the factory setting URLs, and markers. You would do this most commonly after using a new updated version of VerCheck.

Your own app settings won't be affected, but any of the factory apps will
be updated.

You can adjust the widths of the columns by dragging the separator lines between the column headers.

NOTE: VerCheck is for non military use only.

last updated on:
June 10th, 2014, 5:51 GMT
file size:
3.4 MB
license type:
developed by:
Roedy Green
operating system(s):
Mac OS X 10.0 or later
binary format:
Universal Binary
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