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Browsium Catalyst 2.0.1 now available

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Today’s enterprises are faced with a dynamic software landscape. New operating system and browser versions appear regularly, often causing IT pros to react with patches and workarounds. At Browsium, we strive to react quickly with maintenance releases of our software to ensure our customers always have a great browser management experience. Some recent changes in Chrome, and a few legacy issues in our software, have necessitated an update to Browsium Catalyst.

The new release is Catalyst 2.0.1 and it’s available today. It has just a few changes, but we strongly believe every customer will benefit from this release’s improvements in Chrome window focus. So we opted to push it out now while we work on a larger Catalyst feature release in the coming months.

What’s new in Catalyst 2.0.1? These three changes:

  • Improved Chrome window focus after redirection from Internet Explorer to Chrome
  • Fixed issue blocking Controller from starting on non-English versions of Windows XP
  • Support for alpha-numeric license keys

There are more details to help you install and use Catalyst 2.0.1 in the Release Notes. We highly recommend reading them before installing.

Install Catalyst 2.0.1 Today

If you’re already a Catalyst customer, you can download the new version from the download page sent to you with your license key. If you’re just evaluating Catalyst now, or are interested in evaluating it, you have two options:

  • If you have engaged with us in the past, you simply need to confirm your email address. Then we’ll automatically direct you to the download page.
  • If we didn’t find your email address, or if you’re new to Browsium, you can fill out our Evaluation Kit Request Form. You’ll have the software as soon as you verify your email address.

Be sure to read the FAQs and search the Knowledge Base. If you’d like to talk with our team about pricing or a reseller in your region, please email Browsium Sales.

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