The Memtype is a fantastic little device. Installing the MemtypeTool took a bit of research though. From what I could find, there doesn't seem to exist a version of libusb-win32 that is compatible with 64 bit Windows 10. As far as I can tell, this effectively makes putting credentials on the Memtype impossible on Windows 10. After installing the Memtype Tool on a Linux netbook with no issues, everything worked fine and I've very much enjoyed using it.
Response from Area0x33 | May 2, 2017
Thank you very much for the feedback!
We're writting from scratch a GUI with newer version of libusb to support windows 8/10 without problems, this rewrite also allows us to provide an easy installer for windows users as well as new features.
You can follow the progress here: https://github.com/oyzzo/MemTypeTool/tree/rewrite/MemTypeManager
In order to use it in productive/work environment a backup option is needed. Thus the export button of memtypetool needs a way to encrypt the output. Reported in https://github.com/oyzzo/MemTypeTool/issues/12
Response from Area0x33 | Aug. 19, 2016
Thanks for commenting out! Encrypted export is indeed a needed feature and will be soon implemented. A new web with better documentation and videos is also on the way!