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Vlukenizer is based on Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5
The Microsoft .NET Framework Version 3.5 Redistributable Package has not been included in the install due to its size and the likelihood that it may already be installed on your PC.

This is the link to download the redistributable if necessary:

Supported Operating Systems for the Microsoft .NET Framework Version 3.5 Redistributable Package and this application are: Windows XP Service Pack 3, Windows Server 2003, Vista and Windows 7, 8 and 10 and later.

Vista and later comes with Microsoft .NET Framework Version 2.0 Redistributable Package already installed.

Build 32 and higher can give you a free month subscription if desired...

This will download a Windows setup file (VlukenizerSetup.exe) which when run, will install Vlukenizer on your PC. If you download vlukenizer from here rest assured that the application is not in any way malicious and can be cleanly uninstalled using Window's Control Panel, Add or Remove Programs. The application can detect and will not run if it has been tampered with.

Vlukenizer V1.2 Build 34... for Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7, 8 and 10

Because the software does not have a digital signature that Google recognizes, Google's chrome browser may say that VlukenizerSetup.exe is not commonly downloaded and could be dangerous. You can ignore the warning by clicking the down arrow and selecting "Keep". WARNING: If you have downloaded a copy of vlukenizer from another website be aware that it may have been bundled with other unwanted software! So many piranhas online!

Note: Windows Vista and higher block *.exe files downloaded from the internet by default, which prevents Vlukenizer from running. Right click on the downloaded VlukenizerSetup.exe, choose Properties... on the general tab, click Unblock. You may also get warnings like these. Click "More info" and "Run". I have decided against paying for a digital signature... Average cost is more than $300.00 per year (Highway robbery IMHO) and there have been reports that some signatures have been hacked anyway.

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