If you run into problems with the following beta version, you can return to the previous version 20.3. Simply install the latest final version over the already installed beta version. Everything will remain.
[+] WebSite-Watcher uses the Chromium browser engine to display bookmarks. Internet Explorer is no longer used to display web pages inside WebSite-Watcher.
[x] Tons of GUI updates and internal changes to provide compatibility to the new Chromium component
[+] The 32bit edition supports the Chromium/Browser check technology
[+] Check technology "Chromium/Browser": Optional Incognito mode to monitor a page without using Cookies
[+] Check technology "Chromium/Browser": Alternative method to get page content (via Print/PDF functionality). Can be used for pages for which Chromium doesn't offer useful page source code. This option prints the page to a PDF file which is then converted automatically into HTML format for further processing.
[+] Support of webp images
[+] Chromium-Macros: Support for more techniques that can be automated
[x] Twitter pages are now checked with the Chromium/Browser technology
[x] Facebook pages are now checked with the Chromium/Browser technology (instead of IE/Browser)
[x] Performance improvements when checking Facebook pages
[x] Bookmark action "Export": Create export folder automatically if not available
[+] Facebook groups: jobs pages can be checked via RSS feeds
[+] External browser tabs removed as they are no longer required to open pages with the Chromium browser engine
[+] Browser integration: Ctrl+Click onto the WSW-Eye button shows the bookmarks in the popup menu
[+] Improved support of Brotli-compressed web pages
[+] New optional browser toolbar button: Open archived pages (LWA)
[x] Send updates to WebSite-Watcher app: Optimizations to avoid exceeding cache file size limits
[x] Many smaller changes and tweaks
Minimum operating system is now Windows 7 (previous versions of Windows are no longer supported)