Thursday, May 26, 2016


Aerofoil 1.5.1 Relsed (64 and 32 bit builds available) The award winning Aerofoil has now been updated to 1.5.1!

Aerofoil extends Vista and 7 notebook battery life by:
Allowing you to manually disable Aero Glass.Optionally managing Aero Glass user interface.Optionally managing sound muting.Optionally managing your chosen power plans.Optionally managing Sidebar.Optionally showing a quick hibernate button.Changing icon colour to show whether on battery or AC.
Benefits over rlier versions and similar software:
Much more efficient - Aerofoil is 100% unmanaged C++ (no .Net Framework!).Available in both 64 bit (x64) and regular 32 bit (x86) builds.Much smaller memory use (about 25%-30% of the size of similar software).Unlike other apps, Aerofoil doesn't poll battery level continuously allowing the CPU save power by being idle more often.No configuration file - everything is customised with the installer.Open source and free - no expiry date, adware, spyware or malware, download and compile it for yourself if you prefer*!Changes in 1.5.1:
Available as a 64 bit (x64) executable.Source updated for the wxWidgets 2.9.0 framework.Project updated for Visual Studio 2010.Multibyte strings have been removed in favour of Uni.UPX compression has been removed due to lack of a 64 bit packer (memory usage remains the same).
Downloads (plse rd the important note below too):

Download from Softpedia (external site) (note Softpedia don't host the source ).
Download Aerofoil 1.5.1 (64 bit) Installer
Download Aerofoil 1.5.1 (32 bit) Installer

Download Aerofoil 1.5.1 (64 bit) Source (C++)*
Download Aerofoil 1.5.1 (32 bit) Source (C++)*

IMPORTANT: If you receive an error message regarding the msvcp100.dll being missing you may also need a update - the Visual C++ 2010 Redistributable. You can get this from - links below - plse choose the correct version:

Redistributable for 64 bit (x64)
Redistributable for 32 bit (x86)

* The source has dependencies on the wxWidgets framework (2.9.0) and the project is for Visual Studio 2010. For 64 bit compilation wxWidgets will also need building with the WIN64 flag (instd of WIN32) and the project build platform targets set to x64. Additionally an environment variable $(SdkDirx64) needs to point to the relevant 7.1 SDK.

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