SocketTools 11 Build 2130 (11.0.2130.1468) was released on May 15, 2023. This is a complete release which incorporates updates from previous releases, as well as all subsequent hotfixes. Release notes for this update are included with the installation package.
- SocketTools .NET Edition
- SocketTools ActiveX Edition
- SocketTools Library Edition
- SocketTools Subscription
This release supports Windows 11 and Windows Server 2022. For the SocketTools Subscription and .NET Edition, this update includes .NET 8.0 Preview assemblies for use with Visual Studio 2022 Preview. To use the preview build of the SocketTools assemblies, install the current Visual Studio Preview which is 17.6.0 Preview 7.0 at the time of this release.
This build of SocketTools does not include support for Windows XP/Vista and their corresponding server platforms. Although we have officially ended support for those legacy platforms quite some time ago, we continued to provide some internal compatibility functionality within SocketTools. However, the time has come to fully retire support for that era of Windows as we move forward with Windows 11 and future versions of Windows.
You do not need to uninstall previous versions of SocketTools when installing this update. For example, if you also have SocketTools 10 installed on your development system, you do not need to uninstall that version.
The SocketTools installer packages and components have been digitally signed with an extended validation (EV) Authenticode certificate which uses SHA-256 signatures.