or, instead of this, you could use another somewhat similar program called "gnu make", which has the advantage of not costing $1500 US, and as an added feature you get all the meaningless corporate buzzword drivel removed.
I always hate it when a developer or company unwittingly (or wittingly) reuses an existing product name, thus creating confusion.
imake is OLD, folks. At least do a websearch before naming a product.
A factility for executing user processes in kernel mode safely.
A combined to-do manager, notepad, and RSS reader.