Who Is On My Wifi version 2.0.0

Who Is On My Wifi version 2.0.0 was released last Thursday. It contains the following changes: -Automatic Updates Every time you restart your computer, Who's On My Wifi will now check if a newer version is available and will install it for you -Multiple IP Ranges. You can now handle multi-homed situations for your desktop that is on 2 different networks. You can also now set some parts of your network to detect based on MAC Address only while other parts of your network can detect based on MAC…


Who Is On My Wifi version 1.1.3

Who Is On My Wifi version 1.1.3 was released today. It contains the following changes. -Added backup and restore capabilities for settings and network devices. -It really allows you to create a system restore point before you make any changes. -This is incredibly useful before upgrading to a new version of the software or before trying out different scan settings -Changed the Status menu to the Home menu


Who Is On My Wifi version 1.1.2

Who Is On My Wifi version 1.1.2 was released today. It contains the following changes. -Fast networks that were causing the software to detect computers as duplicates has been resolved and will only find a hardware device without duplication. -Added a description on the Scan screen called "Detected Network Devices" -By default, log files will no longer be generated on users computers.


Who Is On My Wifi Version 1.1.1

Who Is On My Wifi version 1.1.1 was released this morning. It contains the following changes. -Fixed bug being too restrictive with private IP Address 172.16-30.x.x What this means is that there was a bug for users who tried to use an IP Range of for example 172.18.x.x or 172.29.x.x. It was only allowing 172.16.x.x. This is now working properly in the newest version and will allow any IP Range between 172.16-30.x.x


Who's On My Wifi version 1.1.0

The newest release of Who's On My Wifi version 1.1.0 is now available for download. In this release, Advanced Email Settings have finally been added to the email notification. This has been a request for some time. Support for logging in to an email system with a username and password before being able to send email has been added. As well as support for SSL for those email systems that require SSL usage to send emails. In particular, this will now work with webmail based systems such as Gmail…


Who's On My Wifi version 1.0.9

Version 1.0.9 of Who's On My Wifi was released today. This version did not add new functionality, but was actually to fix 2 bugs that had been detected. Bug #1.  The uninstaller bug.  Multiple users had mentioned that primarily on Vista and Windows 7, the Uninstaller would hang and not do anything.  This was because the Who's On My Wifi program was still running, and the Uninstaller wasn't sure how to remove a program that was still running in Windows 7 and Vista.  The Uninstaller has been…


Who's On My Wifi version 1.0.8

Who's On My Wifi version 1.0.8 was released today. The following features were added: No. 1.  A new middle tier version of Who's On My Wifi is now available.  Who's On My Wifi Professional is now available for $49.95 and a new version called the Ultimate version is now available for $199.95.  Previous Professional customers have been upgraded to the Ultimate edition free of charge. The new mid-level Professional version can detect up to 50 computers.  This should be enough for small businesses,…


Who Is On My Wifi version 1.0.7

Who Is On My Wifi version 1.0.7 is ready to be released. Version 1.0.7 contains the following upgrades. 1.  Added the ability to give a computer that has been detected a Description.  This is so once you've correctly identified a computer, you can give it a name that is easier to remember. 2. We've decided to increase the Home Edition limit from 10 computers to 20 computers based on user feedback. 3. Cleaned up the overall look of the Settings page. 4. Added the option to Minimize Who's On My…


Who Is On My Wifi v1.0.6 release

We just finished the release of version 1.0.6 for Who Is On My Wifi. We weren't planning on having an additional release to the large 1.0.5 update so soon, but there were a few bugs that customers pointed out from the 1.0.5 update that we wanted to address quickly. The first change was that customers had mentioned that the initial registration reminder was really annoying because Who Is On My Wifi starts up with Windows.  Because of this, we decided to get rid of the initial registration…