How to upgrade with the latest version and what is the difference

Version numbers

The Application version is always visible at the very top of the main application window. It consists of 4 numbers separated by dots, Example: 3.3.2.15, following the pattern below:

[major].[minor].[maintenance].[build]

which mean the following:

  • [major] -The leftmost number or the first is called the major version. it rarely changes – only when significant features are introduced to the software.

  • [minor] - The second digit changes every time when we release a new version with planned improvements or any additional functionalities are added (see release notes).

  • [maintenance] - digit in the third position will change only when there is a software release that was not originally planned. This usually happens when an important bugfix must be added and cannot wait for the next minor version change.

  • [build] - A build is a set of changes to the software or its minor update, UI changes, fixes, or improve it. This includes fixing security vulnerabilities and other bugs, with such builds usually being called bugfixes or bug fixes, and improving the functionality, usability or performance.

How to Upgrade

  1. Download the installer from the download page onto the machine where migration software is installed.

  2. Launch the downloaded installer and install the program.

    Warning: If the application is running, it will be terminated by the installer, and you will have to resume them manually after the upgrade.

  3. If you have installed the program on more machines in your environment, perform the upgrade on each machine where the program is installed.

  4. After the upgrade process is complete, you can launch the program. All of your settings are retained, but you need to resume the migration manually.