Comments, Questions, Problems?

We want you to be happy with FRSLinkCheck, so if you encounter any issues or problems using it, we want to know about it so that we can rectify it. We routinely release new versions of our applications to fix known issues and to improve the product. A lot of times the release of a new version is dictated by one of our customers finding a serious problem with the application. So, let us know what we can do to improve the product.

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Known Issues with FRSLinkCheck

Privacy Policy

Data Storage

FRSLinkCheck stores information, which you have entered, into a binary data file on your computer. A separate file stores your application-wide settings, such as your color scheme and font settings.

Application Access

Computer users who have access to your physical computer could potentially have access to FRSLinkCheck. Unauthorized or malicious users of FRSLinkCheck could inadvertently or purposely change any data maintained in your copy of FRSLinkCheck. It is important that you safeguard your physical computer, limit access to only those would you trust to work with the application, and to back-up your data files regularly.

Upload to Servers

FRSLinkCheck does not upload any information to the Fourth Ray Software web server nor to any third party. We do reserve the right to communicate your FRSLinkCheck license number during a product upgrade check in a future version, so that we may verify your paid-for version. However, this is currently not being done.

As FRSLinkCheck does its validation work, it very much acts like you clicking a web site link in a web browser. Some web sites maintain server records and cookies. These same behaviors may occur as FRSLinkCheck does its work. That is something that Fourth Ray Software has no control over.

Download from Servers

When automatic upgrading is enabled, FRSLinkCheck connects to the Fourth Ray Software server to determine if a new version of FRSLinkCheck has been released by Fourth Ray Software. It compares the latest version number listed on the server against the version you have installed. If a new version has been released, the new software installation program will be downloaded to your computer, and FRSLinkCheck will automatically run that upgrade when you close the application. The next time you start FRSLinkCheck, if the upgrade has completed successfully, the application will show the new version icon toolbar button, through which you can find out what is new. During this process FRSLinkCheck communicates no information to the server, it only gathers information from the server.


FRSLinkCheck uses NSViews formerly made public by Nanosoft Corp for efficient sizing of its windows.

FRSLinkCheck's installation program courtesy of Inno Setup developed by Jordan Russell.