Release of Analyze 19.5

Release of Analyze 19.5
January 24, 2020 Sara Ekberg

Release of Analyze 19.5
Getting ready for what’s to come

Analyze 19.5 is now available! This release is mainly about maintenance and usability improvements that are nevertheless important for making everyday work easier and less time-consuming. 

In addition to bug fixes, there are also a couple of new functions and changes added in this release. As always, you can find the full list of changes and updates in the 19.5 Release Notes.  But, to mention a couple, we have added the possibility to filter for specific content in multiple folders and bookmarks, as well as a nifty new shortcut to make it easier to add files to a case. Small things that hopefully will still help you a lot.

We now look forward to the upcoming release of Griffeye Analyze 20.0 that is planned for February – and sharing with you the great new things that will open up new possibilities.

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