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ControlMyMonitor v1.00
ControlMyMonitor v1.00 ControlMyMonitor allows you view and modify the settings of your monitor (Also known as 'VCP Features'), like brightness, contrast, sharpness, red/green/blue color balance, and more... You can modify the monitor settings from the GUI and from command-line. You can also export all settings of your monitor into a configuration file and then later load the same configuration back into your monitor. System Requirements Any version of Windows, starting from Windows Vista and up to Windows 10. Hardware that supports DDC/CI. Start Using ControlMyMonitor ControlMyMonitor doesn't require any installation process or additional DLL files. In order to start using it simply run the executable file - ControlMyMonitor.exe After running ControlMyMonitor, the current settings of your monitor are displayed in the main window. If you have multiple monitors, you can choose another monitor from the monitor combo-box below the toolbar. In order to modify a single item, select the item that you want to change, and then double click the item (or press the F6 key). You can also increase or decrease the current value by using the 'Increase Value' or 'Decrease Value' options (Under the Action menu). You can also increase/decrease values by using the mouse wheel, according to the selected option in Options -> Change Value With Mouse Wheel. By default, the mouse wheel feature is active when you hold down the Ctrl key. Restore Factory Defaults There are some write-only items that allow you to restore the factory defaults of the monitor. In order to activate these items, you have to set the value to 1. Save/Load Config ControlMyMonitor allows you to export all read/write properties into a simple text file and then later load these properties back to the monitor. You can find the save/load config feature under the File menu ('Save Monitor Config' and 'Load Monitor ...
5/5 10 Nov 14, 2017
Nir Sofer
DataProtectionDecryptor v1.00 32bit
DataProtectionDecryptor v1.00 32bit DataProtectionDecryptor is a powerful tool for Windows that allows you to decrypt passwords and other information encrypted by the DPAPI (Data Protection API) system of Windows operating system. You can use this tool to decrypt DPAPI data on your current running system and to decrypt DPAPI data stored on external hard drive. About DPAPI DPAPI is a decryption/encryption system used by Microsoft products as well as by 3-party products to decrypt and encrypt passwords and other secret information on Windows operating system. DPAPI decrypted data always begins with the following sequence of bytes, so you can easily detect it: 01 00 00 00 D0 8C 9D DF 01 15 D1 11 8C 7A 00 C0 4F C2 97 EB Here's some examples for passwords and other data encrypted with DPAPI: Passwords of Microsoft Outlook accounts, stored in the Registry under HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Windows Messaging Subsystem\Profiles or HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\15.0\Outlook\Profiles or HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\16.0\Outlook\Profiles (Depending on version of Outlook) Credentials files of Windows (e.g: C:\Users\[User Profile]\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Credentials , C:\Users\[User Profile]\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Credentials ) Wireless network keys (Stored inside XML files under C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Wlansvc\Profiles\Interfaces ) Passwords in some versions of Internet Explorer, stored in the following Registry key: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\IntelliForms\Storage2 Passwords stored in the passwords file of Chrome Web browser ('Login Data' file in the profile of Chrome). Encrypted cookies in Chrome Web browser ('Cookies' file in the profile of Chrome) System Requirements This tool works on any version of Windows, starting from Windows XP and up to Windows 10. Both 32-bit and 64-bit systems are supported. Decryption Modes You can use this tool to decrypt DPAPI-encrypted data in 2 different modes: Decrypt data of the current system and user - In this mode you don't need to provide the logon password of ...
5/5 20 Mar 17, 2017
Nir Sofer
DataProtectionDecryptor v1.00 64bit
DataProtectionDecryptor v1.00 64bit DataProtectionDecryptor is a powerful tool for Windows that allows you to decrypt passwords and other information encrypted by the DPAPI (Data Protection API) system of Windows operating system. You can use this tool to decrypt DPAPI data on your current running system and to decrypt DPAPI data stored on external hard drive. About DPAPI DPAPI is a decryption/encryption system used by Microsoft products as well as by 3-party products to decrypt and encrypt passwords and other secret information on Windows operating system. DPAPI decrypted data always begins with the following sequence of bytes, so you can easily detect it: 01 00 00 00 D0 8C 9D DF 01 15 D1 11 8C 7A 00 C0 4F C2 97 EB Here's some examples for passwords and other data encrypted with DPAPI: Passwords of Microsoft Outlook accounts, stored in the Registry under HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Windows Messaging Subsystem\Profiles or HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\15.0\Outlook\Profiles or HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\16.0\Outlook\Profiles (Depending on version of Outlook) Credentials files of Windows (e.g: C:\Users\[User Profile]\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Credentials , C:\Users\[User Profile]\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Credentials ) Wireless network keys (Stored inside XML files under C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Wlansvc\Profiles\Interfaces ) Passwords in some versions of Internet Explorer, stored in the following Registry key: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\IntelliForms\Storage2 Passwords stored in the passwords file of Chrome Web browser ('Login Data' file in the profile of Chrome). Encrypted cookies in Chrome Web browser ('Cookies' file in the profile of Chrome) System Requirements This tool works on any version of Windows, starting from Windows XP and up to Windows 10. Both 32-bit and 64-bit systems are supported. Decryption Modes You can use this tool to decrypt DPAPI-encrypted data in 2 different modes: Decrypt data of the current system and user - In this mode you don't need to provide the logon password of ...
5/5 38 Mar 17, 2017
Nir Sofer
GUIPropView v1.00 32bit
GUIPropView v1.00 32bit GUIPropView displays extensive information about all windows currently opened on your system. The upper pane of GUIPropView displays all top level windows, and when you select a window in the upper pane, the lower pane displays the list of all child windows of the selected top level window. You can also select one or more windows and then do some actions on them like close, hide, show, minimize, maximize, disable, enable, and so on... System Requirements This utility works on any version of Windows, starting from Windows XP and up to Windows 10. Both 32-bit and 64-bit systems are supported. Start Using GUIPropView GUIPropView doesn't require any installation process or additional DLL files. In order to start using it, simply run the executable file - GUIPropView.exe After running GUIPropView, the main window displays the list of windows currently opened on your system. The upper pane of GUIPropView displays all top level windows, while the lower pane lists the child windows of the top-level window you choose in the upper pane. By default, GUIPropView doesn't display the invisible top level windows, but you can change it by turning on the 'Display Hidden Windows' and 'Display Windows With (0, 0) Size' options (Under the TopLevel menu). Using the target icon In order to find a specific window inside GUIPropView, simply drag the target icon on the toolbar into the window you want to inspect. GUIPropView will automatically select the top level window (in the upper pane) and then the child window (in the lower pane) Columns of Top Level Windows Handle:Handle of the window. Title:Title of the window. State:State of the window (Normal, Minimized, Maximized). Visible:Specifies whether the window is visible (Yes or No). Position:The position of the window (Left, Top). ...
5/5 9 Jan 13, 2017
Nir Sofer
GUIPropView v1.00 64bit
GUIPropView v1.00 64bit GUIPropView displays extensive information about all windows currently opened on your system. The upper pane of GUIPropView displays all top level windows, and when you select a window in the upper pane, the lower pane displays the list of all child windows of the selected top level window. You can also select one or more windows and then do some actions on them like close, hide, show, minimize, maximize, disable, enable, and so on... System Requirements This utility works on any version of Windows, starting from Windows XP and up to Windows 10. Both 32-bit and 64-bit systems are supported. Start Using GUIPropView GUIPropView doesn't require any installation process or additional DLL files. In order to start using it, simply run the executable file - GUIPropView.exe After running GUIPropView, the main window displays the list of windows currently opened on your system. The upper pane of GUIPropView displays all top level windows, while the lower pane lists the child windows of the top-level window you choose in the upper pane. By default, GUIPropView doesn't display the invisible top level windows, but you can change it by turning on the 'Display Hidden Windows' and 'Display Windows With (0, 0) Size' options (Under the TopLevel menu). Using the target icon In order to find a specific window inside GUIPropView, simply drag the target icon on the toolbar into the window you want to inspect. GUIPropView will automatically select the top level window (in the upper pane) and then the child window (in the lower pane) Columns of Top Level Windows Handle:Handle of the window. Title:Title of the window. State:State of the window (Normal, Minimized, Maximized). Visible:Specifies whether the window is visible (Yes or No). Position:The position of the window (Left, Top). ...
5/5 17 Jan 13, 2017
Nir Sofer
InstalledPackagesView v1.00 32bit
InstalledPackagesView v1.00 32bit InstalledPackagesView is a tool for Windows that displays the list of all software packages installed on your system with Windows Installer, and lists the files, Registry keys, and .NET Assemblies associated with them. For every installed software, the following information is displayed: Display Name, Display Version, Install Date, Registry Time, Estimated Size, Install Location, Install Source, MSI Filename (In C:\Windows\Installer), and more... You can watch the installed software packages information from your local system or from another system on external hard-drive. The installed software information is loaded from the following Registry keys: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Installer\UserData\Products HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Installer\UserData\Components Be aware that this tool lists only software installed by Windows Installer (MSI), it doesn't list any software installed by other installers. System Requirements This utility works on any version of Windows, starting from Windows XP and up to Windows 10. Both 32-bit and 64-bit systems are supported. Start Using InstalledPackagesView InstalledPackagesView doesn't require any installation process or additional DLL files. In order to start using it, simply run the executable file - InstalledPackagesView.exe After running InstalledPackagesView, the upper pane of the main window displays the list of all MSI packages installed on your system. When selecting an item in the upper pane, the lower pane displays the list of files, Registry keys, and NET Assemblies associated with the selected software package. If you want to view the information of external drive, go to the 'Advanced Options' window (F9), choose to load from external drive and then type the config folder (For example: F:\windows\system32\config) on the external drive. Command-Line Options /stext <Filename> Save the installed Windows Installer packages into a simple text file. /stab <Filename> Save the installed Windows Installer packages into a tab-delimited text file. /scomma <Filename> Save the installed Windows Installer packages into a comma-delimited text file (csv). /stabular <Filename> Save the installed Windows Installer packages into a tabular text file. /shtml <Filename> Save the installed Windows ...
5/5 5 Oct 24, 2017
Nir Sofer
InstalledPackagesView v1.00 64bit
InstalledPackagesView v1.00 64bit InstalledPackagesView is a tool for Windows that displays the list of all software packages installed on your system with Windows Installer, and lists the files, Registry keys, and .NET Assemblies associated with them. For every installed software, the following information is displayed: Display Name, Display Version, Install Date, Registry Time, Estimated Size, Install Location, Install Source, MSI Filename (In C:\Windows\Installer), and more... You can watch the installed software packages information from your local system or from another system on external hard-drive. The installed software information is loaded from the following Registry keys: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Installer\UserData\Products HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Installer\UserData\Components Be aware that this tool lists only software installed by Windows Installer (MSI), it doesn't list any software installed by other installers. System Requirements This utility works on any version of Windows, starting from Windows XP and up to Windows 10. Both 32-bit and 64-bit systems are supported. Start Using InstalledPackagesView InstalledPackagesView doesn't require any installation process or additional DLL files. In order to start using it, simply run the executable file - InstalledPackagesView.exe After running InstalledPackagesView, the upper pane of the main window displays the list of all MSI packages installed on your system. When selecting an item in the upper pane, the lower pane displays the list of files, Registry keys, and NET Assemblies associated with the selected software package. If you want to view the information of external drive, go to the 'Advanced Options' window (F9), choose to load from external drive and then type the config folder (For example: F:\windows\system32\config) on the external drive. Command-Line Options /stext <Filename> Save the installed Windows Installer packages into a simple text file. /stab <Filename> Save the installed Windows Installer packages into a tab-delimited text file. /scomma <Filename> Save the installed Windows Installer packages into a comma-delimited text file (csv). /stabular <Filename> Save the installed Windows Installer packages into a tabular text file. /shtml <Filename> Save the installed Windows ...
5/5 11 Oct 24, 2017
Nir Sofer
LoadedDllsView v1.00 32bit
LoadedDllsView v1.00 32bit LoadedDllsView is a simple tool for Windows that scans all running processes on your system and displays the list of all DLL files loaded by these processes and the number of processes that load each DLL in the list. When selecting a DLL file in the upper pane of LoadedDllsView, the lower pane displays the list of all processes that use the selected DLL file. You can also select one or more DLL files and then export the list into comma-delimited/tab-delimited/html/xml file. System Requirements This tool works on any version of Windows, starting from Windows XP and up to Windows 10. Both 32-bit and 64-bit systems are supported. Start Using LoadedDllsView LoadedDllsView doesn't require any installation process or additional DLL files. In order to starting using it, simply run the executable file - LoadedDllsView.exe After running LoadedDllsView, the upper pane on the main window displays the list of all DLL files currently loaded on your system and when you select a DLL file in the upper pane, the lower pane displays the list of processes that loaded the selected DLL file. DLLs Columns (Upper Pane) Filename:Name of the DLL file. Processes Count:Total number of processes that loaded the specified DLL. DLL Type:Type of DLL - 32-bit or 64-bit. Product Name:'Product Name' value from the version resource of the DLL file. File Description:'File Description' value from the version resource of the DLL file. File Version:'File Version' value from the version resource of the DLL file. Product Version:'Product Version' value from the version resource of the DLL file. Company Name:'Company Name' value from the version resource of the DLL file. Internal Name:'Internal Name' value from the version ...
5/5 18 Mar 17, 2017
Nir Sofer
LoadedDllsView v1.00 64bit
LoadedDllsView v1.00 64bit LoadedDllsView is a simple tool for Windows that scans all running processes on your system and displays the list of all DLL files loaded by these processes and the number of processes that load each DLL in the list. When selecting a DLL file in the upper pane of LoadedDllsView, the lower pane displays the list of all processes that use the selected DLL file. You can also select one or more DLL files and then export the list into comma-delimited/tab-delimited/html/xml file. System Requirements This tool works on any version of Windows, starting from Windows XP and up to Windows 10. Both 32-bit and 64-bit systems are supported. Start Using LoadedDllsView LoadedDllsView doesn't require any installation process or additional DLL files. In order to starting using it, simply run the executable file - LoadedDllsView.exe After running LoadedDllsView, the upper pane on the main window displays the list of all DLL files currently loaded on your system and when you select a DLL file in the upper pane, the lower pane displays the list of processes that loaded the selected DLL file. DLLs Columns (Upper Pane) Filename:Name of the DLL file. Processes Count:Total number of processes that loaded the specified DLL. DLL Type:Type of DLL - 32-bit or 64-bit. Product Name:'Product Name' value from the version resource of the DLL file. File Description:'File Description' value from the version resource of the DLL file. File Version:'File Version' value from the version resource of the DLL file. Product Version:'Product Version' value from the version resource of the DLL file. Company Name:'Company Name' value from the version resource of the DLL file. Internal Name:'Internal Name' value from the version ...
5/5 26 Mar 17, 2017
Nir Sofer
My IP v1.00
My IP v1.00 My IP reads the public IP of your internet connection and reports it in the systray area. My IP can also send an alert email when the IP changes. What's new in 1.00: - first release
5/5 530 Apr 09, 2016
My Portable Software
NetworkCountersWatch v1.00
NetworkCountersWatch v1.00 NetworkCountersWatch is a tool for Windows that displays system counters for every network interface on your system. The system counters include the number of incoming/outgoing bytes, number of incoming/outgoing packets, number of broadcast packets, and more. You can also initialize all counters to zero at any time in order to watch the network counters for specific event. NetworkCountersWatch also calculates and displays the current download speed and upload speed on your network interface. System Requirements This utility works on any version of Windows, starting from Windows Vista and up to Windows 10. (Windows XP is not supported). Both 32-bit and 64-bit systems are supported. Start Using NetworkCountersWatch NetworkCountersWatch doesn't require any installation process or additional DLL files. In order to start using it, simply run the executable file - NetworkCountersWatch.exe After running NetworkCountersWatch, the main window displays a table with the counters of active network interfaces. By default, Both 'Show Only Items With Non-Zero Counters' and 'Show Only Hardware Interfaces' options are turned on. In order to see all network interfaces on your system, you should turn off these options, but when you do it, you might see multiple interfaces with exactly the same counters. Reset And Restore Counters You can use the 'Reset Counters Of Selected Items' option (F7) in order to initialize all counters to zero. Be aware that NetworkCountersWatch doesn't actually reset the system counters, it simply takes a snapshot of the current counters and then shows you the difference between the snapshot and the system counters. You can restore back the display of actual system counters by using the 'Restore Counters Of Selected Items' option. Counters Description Here's the description of all network counters displayed by NetworkCountersWatch, taken from official documents of Microsoft: InOctets: The number of octets of data received without errors through this interface. This value includes ...
5/5 7 Oct 10, 2017
Nir Sofer
NetworkUsageView v1.00 32bit
NetworkUsageView v1.00 32bit NetworkUsageView extracts and displays the network usage information stored in the SRUDB.dat database of Windows 8 and Windows 10. The network usage data is collected every hour by Windows operating systems and includes the following information: The name and description of the service or application, the name and SID of the user, the network adapter, and the total number of bytes sent and received by the specified service/application. System Requirements This tools works on Windows 8 and Windows 10. Previous versions of Windows are not supported because the operating system doesn't collect the network usage information. Start Using NetworkUsageView NetworkUsageView doesn't require any installation process or additional DLL files. In order to start using it, simply run the executable file - NetworkUsageView.exe After running NetworkUsageView - if the SRUDB.dat database file is locked , NetworkUsageView will ask you whether you want to run it as administrator in order to access the locked file. If the file is not locked, NetworkUsageView will load it instantly. 'Advanced Options' Window In the 'Advanced Options' window (F9), you can choose to load the SRUDB.dat database from external drive or from a remote computer on your network. Be aware that loading the network usage information from a remote computer works only when the database file on the remote computer is not locked. You can also choose to load the network usage data from the last xx days hours or from the specified date/time range. NetworkUsageView Columns Record ID: The ID of the record in the SRUDB.dat database. Timestamp: The date/time that this record was created. App Name: The name if the application or service. App Description: The description of application or service. If the 'App Name' is .exe filename, the description is taken from the version resource of ...
5/5 10 Jun 29, 2017
Nir Sofer
NetworkUsageView v1.00 64bit
NetworkUsageView v1.00 64bit NetworkUsageView extracts and displays the network usage information stored in the SRUDB.dat database of Windows 8 and Windows 10. The network usage data is collected every hour by Windows operating systems and includes the following information: The name and description of the service or application, the name and SID of the user, the network adapter, and the total number of bytes sent and received by the specified service/application. System Requirements This tools works on Windows 8 and Windows 10. Previous versions of Windows are not supported because the operating system doesn't collect the network usage information. Start Using NetworkUsageView NetworkUsageView doesn't require any installation process or additional DLL files. In order to start using it, simply run the executable file - NetworkUsageView.exe After running NetworkUsageView - if the SRUDB.dat database file is locked , NetworkUsageView will ask you whether you want to run it as administrator in order to access the locked file. If the file is not locked, NetworkUsageView will load it instantly. 'Advanced Options' Window In the 'Advanced Options' window (F9), you can choose to load the SRUDB.dat database from external drive or from a remote computer on your network. Be aware that loading the network usage information from a remote computer works only when the database file on the remote computer is not locked. You can also choose to load the network usage data from the last xx days hours or from the specified date/time range. NetworkUsageView Columns Record ID: The ID of the record in the SRUDB.dat database. Timestamp: The date/time that this record was created. App Name: The name if the application or service. App Description: The description of application or service. If the 'App Name' is .exe filename, the description is taken from the version resource of ...
5/5 13 Jun 29, 2017
Nir Sofer
PreviousFilesRecovery v1.00 32bit
PreviousFilesRecovery v1.00 32bit PreviousFilesRecovery is a simple tool for Windows 10/8/7/Vista that allows you to scan the shadow copies of your local hard drive and find deleted files as well as older versions of existing files. If the file you need is found in the shadow copies of Windows, you can easily recover it by copying it into existing folder on your drive. System Requirements This utility works on any version of Windows, starting from Windows Vista, and up to Windows 10. Windows XP is not supported. In order to use PreviousFilesRecovery on 64-bit systems, you must download and use the 64-bit version of this tool. Start Using PreviousFilesRecovery PreviousFilesRecovery doesn't require any installation process or additional DLL files. In order to start using it, simply run the executable file - PreviousFilesRecovery.exe After running PreviousFilesRecovery, you should choose the base folder to scan, the maximum number of subfolders to scan under this folder (Subfolders Depth), the wildcard to scan (the default is all files - *) and what type of files to find (Previous versions of files, deleted files, and deleted folders) After choosing the desired options, click the 'Start' button to start the scanning process. Description of columns Here's the description of every column in the scan result table: Filename: The name of the file. Folder: The full path of the folder where the file is located. Item Type: Specified the type of item: Older File Version: This item type means that an older version of existing file was found in a shadow copy. Deleted File: This item type means that a file that doesn't exist in your drive was found in a shadow copy (Probably because the file was deleted) ...
5/5 386 Jul 14, 2016
Nir Sofer
PreviousFilesRecovery v1.00 64bit
PreviousFilesRecovery v1.00 64bit PreviousFilesRecovery is a simple tool for Windows 10/8/7/Vista that allows you to scan the shadow copies of your local hard drive and find deleted files as well as older versions of existing files. If the file you need is found in the shadow copies of Windows, you can easily recover it by copying it into existing folder on your drive. System Requirements This utility works on any version of Windows, starting from Windows Vista, and up to Windows 10. Windows XP is not supported. In order to use PreviousFilesRecovery on 64-bit systems, you must download and use the 64-bit version of this tool. Start Using PreviousFilesRecovery PreviousFilesRecovery doesn't require any installation process or additional DLL files. In order to start using it, simply run the executable file - PreviousFilesRecovery.exe After running PreviousFilesRecovery, you should choose the base folder to scan, the maximum number of subfolders to scan under this folder (Subfolders Depth), the wildcard to scan (the default is all files - *) and what type of files to find (Previous versions of files, deleted files, and deleted folders) After choosing the desired options, click the 'Start' button to start the scanning process. Description of columns Here's the description of every column in the scan result table: Filename: The name of the file. Folder: The full path of the folder where the file is located. Item Type: Specified the type of item: Older File Version: This item type means that an older version of existing file was found in a shadow copy. Deleted File: This item type means that a file that doesn't exist in your drive was found in a shadow copy (Probably because the file was deleted) ...
5/5 426 Jul 14, 2016
Nir Sofer
   
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