WhatPulse 2.4.1 is a small release with some big changes. We've been working hard to iron out some kinks that some people experienced and bundled a lot of good changes in the latest version.
The WhatPulse client has lost some weight, we sent it to the gym. On Windows and OS X, it has lost around 45% of its footprint on your computer. It is also using that same 45% less in RAM memory. Some people had an issue where it could use up to 200-300MB RAM, they will see it drop to around 15-20MB. We've also added a cleaner for your database, as those could become rather large. The client will now by default save all the mouse clicks for your heat map of the last 3 months and delete the older ones (just the heat map clicks), which reduces the size about 80%. There's also an option not to do this, if you don't care about the size of your database.
There's also something new that we're pretty excited about. Courtesy of pointychimp, you can now add 'Rates' to your Geek Window. Rates are values for per second statistics, possibilities are keys, clicks, download and upload rate per second.
And these were just the highlights! There are a bunch of other changes, which you can read below in the release notes.
To update, you can use the Check for Updates button in your Settings tab, or you can get it here.