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How to resubmit my freeware?

Anyone know how a developer resubmits an updated version of their freeware? This used to be through an account on versiontracker. But that site is dead now.

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VersionTracker has been replaced by TechTracker which, like CNET, pulls from software submitted through You can use your existing CNET/VersionTracker account, though you may need to resubmit the application if your developer account information was not migrated from VersionTracker. After the one-time configuration, future update submissions should be relatively simple.

Hope this helps,

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Thank you

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Thanks! Ill give that a shot.

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