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, large home networks, and vpn remote offices, but at a reduced cost from the Ultimate edition required for larger networks.

No. 2. The manufacturer of the Network Interface Card of each computer/wireless router is now detected by the software.  This is very helpful when first trying to identify which computer is your wireless router as the average Linksys router has a “NIC” created by Linksys-Cisco.

Please notice that the manufacturer is only detected when a new computer is found.  If you are upgrading from version 1.0.2 or 1.0.7 to the newest version 1.0.8, you will need to click on the “Remove” button and find the computer again to see the Manufacturer.

No. 3. The program’s settings are now backed up when the software starts.

No. 4.  The Settings screen looked slightly different than the rest of the main program with regard to it’s background color.  This has been changed to make the program look cleaner overall.

Remember that the best way to upgrade from version 1.0.7 is to “Uninstall” the previous version and then download and Install the newest version in the same location.  Don’t worry, all settings including Detected computers will remain the same after the upgrade.