I'm wondering if, since you're going to be working on this rather often, updating this & that, upgrading the software to add features or fix bugs, is there a way to incorporate a quiet trouble-free updater which would detect the presence of an updated version of Do Not Track Plus and ask if we want to install it? Work it out so that the existing version can be updated instead of recommending the old version be uninstalled prior to installing the new, or possibly making an installer that will prompt to uninstall, then install the new version? Auslogics has an installer like that, each time you want to install a new version, it sees that you have an older version installed, asks to uninstall the old, then installs the new.
The reason I ask that is that it's going to be a royal PITA checking back here repeatedly for a newer version, then going through the process of manually uninstalling the old version, only to have the new version install badly because of folders left behind by a bad uninstall.
Incremental updates are a blessing, like SuperAntiSpyware, when there's a new version, SAS will download & install only the updated files which makes an upgrade pretty painless.
An updater, whether automatic or manual, would certainly come in handy. If there was a choice, I'd use an updater, manually, to check for updates once a week, as another step in my weekly maintenance. I would actually prefer to manually update, but through an updater that would incrementally update the application's files, without having to uninstall the old before installing the new. -kd5-