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CSVFileView v2.41 32bit
CSVFileView v2.41 32bit CSVFileView is a simple CSV file viewer/converter utility that allows you to easily view the content of CSV or tab-delimited file created by NirSoft utilities or by any other software, in a simple table viewer. You can sort the lines according to one of the fields, remove unwanted fields and change their order, and then save the result back into CSV file, tab-delimited file, XML file, or HTML report. Known Limitations CSVFileView cannot load extremely large csv files. Versions History Version 2.41: The Explorer Context Menu item is now displayed with icon of CSVFileView (Only when the .exe is on local drive). Fixed CSVFileView to display an error message in the status bar when it fails to open a file (This feature was added on version 2.16, but it didn't work properly...) Using CSVFileView CSVFileView doesn't require any installation process or additional dll files. In order to start using it, simply run the executable file - CSVFileView.exe After running CSVFileView, you can open the desired CSV/Tab-Delimited file by using the 'Open CSV\Tab-Delimited File' option (Ctrl+O) or by dragging the file from Explorer into the main window of CSVFileView. If the first line of the CSV/Tab-Delimited file doesn't contain the column names, you should turn off the 'First Line Contains Column Names' option (Under the Options menu) before opening the file. After opening the desired file, you can do the following actions: Sort the lines by one of the fields, simply by clicking the right column header. If the column values are numeric, CSVFileView automatically makes a numeric sorting instead of string sorting. Remove one or more columns or change their position by using the 'Choose Columns' window (F7). You can also change the position of the columns by ...
5/5 3,142 Dec 21, 2021
Nir Sofer
CSVFileView v2.41 64bit
CSVFileView v2.41 64bit CSVFileView is a simple CSV file viewer/converter utility that allows you to easily view the content of CSV or tab-delimited file created by NirSoft utilities or by any other software, in a simple table viewer. You can sort the lines according to one of the fields, remove unwanted fields and change their order, and then save the result back into CSV file, tab-delimited file, XML file, or HTML report. Known Limitations CSVFileView cannot load extremely large csv files. Versions History Version 2.41: The Explorer Context Menu item is now displayed with icon of CSVFileView (Only when the .exe is on local drive). Fixed CSVFileView to display an error message in the status bar when it fails to open a file (This feature was added on version 2.16, but it didn't work properly...) Using CSVFileView CSVFileView doesn't require any installation process or additional dll files. In order to start using it, simply run the executable file - CSVFileView.exe After running CSVFileView, you can open the desired CSV/Tab-Delimited file by using the 'Open CSV\Tab-Delimited File' option (Ctrl+O) or by dragging the file from Explorer into the main window of CSVFileView. If the first line of the CSV/Tab-Delimited file doesn't contain the column names, you should turn off the 'First Line Contains Column Names' option (Under the Options menu) before opening the file. After opening the desired file, you can do the following actions: Sort the lines by one of the fields, simply by clicking the right column header. If the column values are numeric, CSVFileView automatically makes a numeric sorting instead of string sorting. Remove one or more columns or change their position by using the 'Choose Columns' window (F7). You can also change the position of the columns by ...
5/5 3,103 Dec 21, 2021
Nir Sofer
Desktop.ini Editor v1.0
Desktop.ini Editor v1.0 The desktop.ini file is a hidden Windows operating system configuration settings file located in every folder and used to store information about the arrangement of a Windows folder. Essentially, if the layout or settings for a folder are changed, a desktop.ini file is automatically generated to save those changes. When you create a new folder in Windows it is created with the standard folder icon, one common use of the desktop.ini file is to use to it set a custom icon for a folder, however this is not the only thing that it is used for. The desktop.ini file can contain alot of attributes but the following custom attributes are the most common: ConfirmFileOp : Set this entry to 0 to avoid a “You Are Deleting a System Folder” warning when deleting or moving the folder. IconFile : If you want to specify a custom icon for the folder, set this entry to the icon’s file name. The .ico file extension is preferred, but it is also possible to specify .bmp files, or .exe and .dll files that contain icons. IconIndex : Set this entry to specify the index for a custom icon. If the file assigned to IconFile only contains a single icon, set IconIndex to 0. InfoTip : Set this entry to an informational text string. It is displayed as an infotip when the cursor hovers over the folder. If the user clicks the folder, the information text is displayed in the folder’s information block, below the standard information. Click for more Desktop.ini Commands How to use Desktop.ini Editor Desktop.ini editör is a portable freeware to simplify the Desktop.ini operations , it can help you to edit desktop.ini files and set custom folder icons , Folder Info Tips , adding CLSID , reset folder settings to default usw. If Windows determine to ...
5/5 2,604 Dec 21, 2021
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