It may look a lot like v1.1, but it works a little bit differently than before. Updates made to Launcher in version 1.2 are more in a technical nature than graphical one. One such example of this is that it's been stripped completely of its internal documentation. The internal documentation provided structure and security, however it bloated the software and restricted documentation updates. The dev team combined the pros of both the internal and the original external systems. What they got was a drastic reduction in file size, same structure and security, fast loading times, and documentation flexible enough to be updated when needed.
The bandwidth-conscience (i.e. cheap) user be especially giddy in the reduction of the file size. But that also means it's faster to download, guess everyone would like that. Other than that what does this mean for you? Possibly nothing. 'Cause Evrnet is freaking awesome (other than their sweat-shop wages), they won't leave you outside in the cold. Help files for the application will be included when you download. Which makes it perfect for offline installations. However, if you have already installed Evrnet software prior to installing Launcher v1.2, you will be prompted to install the documentation. Click 'OK' and cue EFH to download, install, and restart the application. Everything is done for you. Even though I'm being paid to say nice things (not much, $0.12 a word in Canadian Dollars). The download and installation system is awesome. Don't worry if the system that requires it doesn't have an Internet connection or installations on multiple systems need to be achieved. Visit our website: etevrnetwork.co.za/archives (shameless self-promotion if I ever saw it) and get the offline files there. I would give instructions on what to download, but it's already there (besides, I don't feel like it). Just download it once, transfer, and double-click. And it's K.O.'d by EFH.
The dev team went on to say that, groundwork has been laid for better communication between Evrnet applications. And that applications compatible with Launcher v1.2 will provide a fuller more complete experience.
...I've run out of things to say, so I'll be going now. But before I do, the goodness that is Evrnet Launcher v1.2 is available for both 32-bit and 64-bit systems (I was paid to say goodness).