Monthly Archives: January 2013

Create a menu interface for a USB stick with USB Menu Creator

USB Menu Creator is a new product from SamLogic Software that can be used to create AutoRun menu interfaces for USB sticks / pen drives. The created menu interface will be opened automatically when the USB stick is plugged into … Continue reading

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What is EV Code Signing?

EV Code Signing, also called Extended Validation Code Signing, is a new code signing method that is supported by the new Microsoft Windows 8 operating system and by the Internet Explorer 9 and Internet Explorer 10 web browsers. It’s considered … Continue reading

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Tips & Tricks Pages for SamLogic Software’s Products

Did you knew that there are tips & tricks pages available for our programs? In the tips & tricks pages we show how to use the software in different circumstances, and we describe some technical details about the programs that … Continue reading

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Review of SamLogic CD-Menu Creator at FindMySoft

Frederick Barton at the FindMySoft website has written a review of our product SamLogic CD-Menu Creator: “The software provides a tabbed interface, on which you may customize your menu. Each element has its own tab, with various configuration options. For … Continue reading

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How to install (and register) an ActiveX component

In the previous blog posts we have described how to add an ActiveX component (control) to a Microsoft Visual Basic project and to a Microsoft Excel sheet. When you distribute your Visual Basic or Excel application you must remember to … Continue reading

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How to add an ActiveX component to an Excel 2010 sheet

In the previous blog post we described how to add an ActiveX component (control) to a Visual Basic 2010 project. In this blog post we will describe how to insert an ActiveX component in an Excel sheet. We will show … Continue reading

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How to add an ActiveX component to a Visual Basic 2010 project

The components in our toolboxes, for example SamLogic Calendar Components and SamLogic Internet Components, are based on the ActiveX technology. That’s a component technology that was introduced already in 1996 by Microsoft, but it is still supported by many tools, … Continue reading

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Visual Calendar ActiveX Components – from SamLogic Software

If you have clicked around on our web site you may have noticed that we also sell components for developers, in addition to our programs. We have two component libraries for software developers, that can be used in software development … Continue reading

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Tips & Tricks pages now available for Visual Installer

We have created some useful tips pages for the Visual Installer setup tool. You can find an index page with links to the tips on the following page: > Tips & tricks for SamLogic Visual Installer We cover topics like … Continue reading

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How to remove the ‘Windows protected your PC’ message

The “Windows protected your PC” message is displayed by the Windows SmartScreen function in Microsoft Windows 8 when you try to run an application (app) or run a setup package, downloaded from the Internet, that Windows do not recognize, or … Continue reading

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Protect your Windows 8 system with Windows SmartScreen

Every time you download a file from the Internet there is a risk that your computer gets infected by virus or another malware. But web browsers and operating systems are getting better and better in their effort to protect a … Continue reading

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Where is the Start button in Windows 8?

Many users that have tested Windows 8 were very surprised the first time they run Windows 8. It differs a lot from previous versions of Windows, and the first thing many wondered was: where is the Start button? The truth … Continue reading

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