mIRC is a full-highlighted Internet Relay Chat customer for Windows that can be utilized to impart, offer, play or work with others on IRC organizes far and wide, either in multi-client bunch gatherings or in balanced private dialogs.
It has a perfect, down to earth interface that is exceptionally configurable and supports highlights, for example, pal records, document moves, multi-server associations, SSL encryption, intermediary support, UTF-8 show, adjustable sounds, verbally expressed messages, plate warnings, message logging, and that’s just the beginning.
mIRC likewise has an amazing scripting language that can be utilized both to computerize mIRC and to make applications that play out a wide scope of capacities from system correspondences to making amusements. mIRC has been being developed for over 10 years and is continually being improved and refreshed with new advances.
mIRC 7.56 changelog:
- Included $urlget() identifier that downloads content from Http/https addresses.
- Fixed $regml().pos bug with multibyte characters.
- Refreshed libraries OpenSSL to v1.1.1b, LibZip to v1.5.2, and PCRE to v8.43.
- Returned changes to $gmt(N) and $gmt(format).
- Fixed $astime() and other time/date highlights applying DST erroneously.
- Changed time/date highlights to utilize threadsafe renditions of CRT time capacities.
- Changed $encode()/$decode() to permit non-strict keys longer than 56 characters.
- Fixed “attempt next server in gathering” alternative being inaccurately connected.
- Changed time/date schedules to utilize Windows APIs, permitting stretched out date go 1601 to 9999.
- Changed/msg – changes backing to empower in reverse similarity with certain BNCs.
- Included/server [-key filename] to set the private key document to use for an SSL association.
- Changed NickServ logon strategy to build delay before activating perform.
- Changed status window associate symbols to recognize legitimate/non-substantial SSL associations.
- For a progressive point by point rundown of ongoing changes, it would be ideal if you see the whatsnew.txt record.