Discuz, the popular password manager, has made some very interesting changes to its user interface, but there are still some key differences between the current version and the earlier, more secure version.
While the new design has a few more buttons, its interface has no longer shown up in the list of installed plugins in the browser, meaning that users of older versions of the software will have to install the older version to get the new interface.
The updated version is currently available for free, but its download page indicates that users need to log in to their account, sign in with their email address, and then click on the ‘Sign In’ link.
The new version of Discuz has a couple of important new features:The first one is the option to disable the browser extensions that are installed on Discuz.
While these will not remove the browser plug-ins, it does make the browser extension uninstaller a bit more difficult to use.
While Discuz itself will always be able to remove the plug-in extensions, it may not be possible for users to remove them all.
The new browser extensions also require the user to login on their computer first, meaning users who want to use Discuz with a newer browser will have some additional steps to go through.
Discuz will still show up in your search results as a ‘Discuz’ search result, which will allow you to search for any of the Discuz-installed websites, blogs, and forums.
However, when users click on a Discuz site, they’ll get a banner that shows up in their search results with a link to download the Discus’ latest updates.
Users will need to manually download the latest version of the plugin to be able use Discus with a new browser.
The second major change is that the current Discuz update will not work on new versions of Chrome, Firefox, or Safari, as they all rely on the outdated WebKit WebKit plug-INs.
Discuz is currently not available for Chrome users to use as they can still download the older Discuz plug-Ins, but they will be able get them working in the future with the upcoming release of the new Discuz WebKit-based browser plugin.
As mentioned, users who have a newer version of Chrome can still use Discsuz in their browser with the new browser plugin, but users who use Chrome for other browsers will need the newer version to be installed.
The release of new versions for other operating systems will be made available later this month.
As far as new features go, Discuz features a lot of new ones.
While some of the features are very useful, the lack of a password reset feature and the lack the ability to install and remove plug-In extensions has made Discuz one of the more difficult plugins to use on newer versions of web browsers.