Published on May 17th, 2023

Improved Java version detection: Extreme Launcher now accurately detects all installed 32-bit and 64-bit Java versions on the system. The highest available Java version is automatically set as the default. For example, if a user has both 32-bit Java 17 and 64-bit Java 8 installed, Java 17 will be selected as the default. Users also have the option to manually override the Java version by specifying the Java path in the profile settings.

Enhanced Security: Version has been updated and compiled against all Microsoft Security Rules, ensuring a more secure experience for users.

Updated Newtonsoft.Json library: The Newtonsoft.Json library has been updated to version 13.0.3, bringing improvements and bug fixes to the JSON handling functionality within Extreme Launcher.

Antivirus False Positives: Please note that certain antivirus programs, such as AVG and Avast, may still flag Extreme Launcher as potentially unwanted or malicious software. Unfortunately, this is a known issue, and it's beyond our control without compromising the features and functionality of the launcher. We assure you that Extreme Launcher is safe to use, and these false positives can be disregarded. We're also working with Antivirus companies to get ExtremeLauncher whitelisted.