WindowsControl now in Alpha

One of my current projects (WindowsControl) reached Alpha status.
The Alpha is open so everyone who wants to can check it out.
Please report all bugs you encounter and give me feedback.

But first I’ll tell you a little bit about it:
WindowsControl is meant to be a tool which interpretes controller input to make it possible to control your Windows PC solely with a controller without the need of a mouse and keyboard.
This could come in handy if your PC is connected with your TV and you wanna sit on the couch and watch series or play games without standing up every time you want to change the game, start the next episode etc.
It is not meant as a mapping tool that allows to use a controller for games that do not support controllers (although it’s your choice if you want to do that).

Since it is only an alpha, not everything is working like it should.
Especially the 64bit version is buggy so even if you’re using a 64bit OS I’d recommend to try the 32bit version first.
The program is free to use but I might add a premium version when and if it ever reaches final status (everyone who helped to develop it will get the premium version for free).

32bit version (Recommended)
64bit version (Experimental)

It is not allowed to distribute the setup, parts or the whole program without my permission.

The program uses SlimDX.

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