SuppressDwm64 false positives...

It has come to our attention that SuppressDwm64 gets detected as malware. It is a false positive. The program checks DLLs' checksums and will not load them if it finds them modified.

The executables are not packed by any executable compressor. Due to nature of this program, you are free to reverse-engineer any of its components if you are suspicious about them.

Be sure to get SuppressDwm from safe sources. These are listed in that page: [SuppressDwmPerformancePrompts64]

If you need further assistance, mail us pax.soft.dev[at]gmail.com.


SuppressDwmPerformancePrompts64 has been released

Our new toy is out here! Are you bothered by notifications "Do you want to change the color cheme to improve performance", "The color scheme has been changed" and the like? Then you may want to give our new program a try.



It won't be loud here, really :)

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Don't be confused - DPOLMGMT is pax', not Bitsum's

It is pax software development that takes care of Drive Policies Management Toolkit, so please refrain from bugging Bitsum with support inquiries and reports about this program. DPOLMGMT's executable modules are signed with Bitsum LLC's digital signatures to show approval of Bitsum and to make our young product look more credible.

Drive Policies Management Toolkit v1.00 has been released

We invite you to give our new program a try. We have devoted another page for this program as this is our another development. Click 'Drive Policies Management Toolkit' in the bar at the top of the page to learn more about DPOLMGMT and to download it.