I've never seen that much shameless bullshit in a release changelog.
*) Networking improvements designed to improve efficiency of the connected nodes
Improvements that improves efficiency?
Is it more networking than before?
*) Multithreaded rewrite. Hundreds of lines have been rewritten to provide a much smoother multithreaded experiece.
After functional programming, object oriented programming and procedural programming, CoinHunter invents the line-oriented programming, a powerful new paradigm where the organizational unit is the line and the developer can safely disregard side effects on other lines. It is also a software development method based on the empirical evidence that any modification longer than one line increases entropy in the program in a totally unsustainable fashion. Focusing on a single line at a time allows the programmer to successfully understand each line individually and achieve to produce something that compiles.
Line-oriented programming is also totally cloud ready and spawns multiple threads on bitcointalk.org for a much lamer experience.
*) Cleanup of the code. Restructured parts of it to allow it be extended more easily in the future
Are you aware that people are going to look at your code and laught at your ridiculous claims?
*) 64bit support on Windows
A whooping 1-line change in the makefile...
*) More GUI enhancements and features.
More features suggests that you already mentionned features.
But I fail to see where...