Release Notes for Windows/macOS version Examplify 2.9

We have identified an incompatibility issue with the Smart App service included in this version 22H2 of the Windows 11 operating system. However, this issue only exists only when the version operating system is newly installed on a device, such as when:
  • A clean installation of the Windows 11 22H2 operating system is performed on a device
  • A device is newly purchased with Windows 11 22H2

We have prepared a new update of Examplify for Windows, version 2.9.6, to support Examplify users in these scenarios. Earlier versions of Examplify will not be supported and will fail to run on newly installed versions of Windows 11 22H2. 

It is important to note that this does not impact users who upgrade from Windows 10 to Windows 11 or users who upgrade from Windows 11 21H2 to 22H2.

You can share this download link for Examplify for Windows 2.9.6 with any affected exam-takers. This is also available to Examplify users who contact our support agents and require the update. If you prefer all Windows users to be on the same version (instead of just the ones impacted), let your Customer Success Manager know and we can make this adjustment.

Please be aware we have identified behavior in Examplify 2.9.6 in which the installation forces a restart of the device even when choosing the “restart later” option. All users will be required to restart, despite the option chosen at the end of the installation.


Release Notes for Windows/macOS version Examplify 2.9.2

This release addressed a critical security update related to logging. This update also resolved an issue in which devices running an Intel Core i5 processor received an error that the device was incompatible due to the use of a virtual machine when a virtual machine was not in use.

Release Notes for Windows/macOS version Examplify 2.9

This release upgrades Examplify for Windows from a 32-bit to a 64-bit application, which will allow for improved performance.

Starting with this version, Examplify for Windows will no longer function on devices with 32-bit processors and operating systems. 

Furthermore, due to the structural application changes taking place in this release, silent update will not be available for exam-takers upgrading to Examplify 2.9. Users will be prompted to manually upgrade to the new version of Examplify. 

If a user has a 32-bit processor or operating system and attempts to upgrade to Examplify 2.9, error messages will appear. The user will not be able to continue the upgrade and must exit.

Example Error Messages




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