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HashMyFiles 32bit v2.35
HashMyFiles 32bit v2.35 HashMyFiles is small utility that allows you to calculate the MD5 and SHA1 hashes of one or more files in your system. You can easily copy the MD5/SHA1 hashes list into the clipboard, or save them into text/html/xml file. HashMyFiles can also be launched from the context menu of Windows Explorer, and display the MD5/SHA1 hashes of the selected file or folder. System Requirements This utility works on Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10. Older versions of Windows are not supported. Versions History Version 2.35: Fixed again the 'Open In VirusTotal Web site' option, because the link on 2.33 didn't work for some users. Also, HashMyFiles displays an error message if you try to use this option while SHA256 is turned off, because VirusTotal doesn't support MD5 hashes anymore. Added 'Copy SHA384' and 'Copy SHA512' options. Fixed problem when hashing multiple files from the Explorer context menu. Using HashMyFiles HashMyFiles doesn't require any installation process or additional DLL files. In order to start using it, simply run the executable file (HashMyFiles.exe). After you run it, you can add files and folders that you want to view their MD5/SHA1 hashes. You can do it by using the 'Add File' and 'Add Folder' options under the File menu, or simply by draging the files and folder from Explorer into the main window of HashMyFiles. After adding the desired files, you can copy the MD5/SHA1 hashes to the clipboard, or save the hashes list into text/html/xml file. Explorer Context Menu HashMyFiles can also be used directly from Windows Explorer. In order to enable this feature, go to the Options menu, and choose the 'Enable Explorer Context Menu' option. After you enable this feature, you can right-click on any file or folder on Windows Explorer, and choose the 'HashMyFiles' item from the menu. If you ...
5/5 4,848 May 15, 2019
Nir Sofer
HashMyFiles 64bit v2.35
HashMyFiles 64bit v2.35 HashMyFiles is small utility that allows you to calculate the MD5 and SHA1 hashes of one or more files in your system. You can easily copy the MD5/SHA1 hashes list into the clipboard, or save them into text/html/xml file. HashMyFiles can also be launched from the context menu of Windows Explorer, and display the MD5/SHA1 hashes of the selected file or folder. System Requirements This utility works on Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10. Older versions of Windows are not supported. Versions History Version 2.35: Fixed again the 'Open In VirusTotal Web site' option, because the link on 2.33 didn't work for some users. Also, HashMyFiles displays an error message if you try to use this option while SHA256 is turned off, because VirusTotal doesn't support MD5 hashes anymore. Added 'Copy SHA384' and 'Copy SHA512' options. Fixed problem when hashing multiple files from the Explorer context menu. Using HashMyFiles HashMyFiles doesn't require any installation process or additional DLL files. In order to start using it, simply run the executable file (HashMyFiles.exe). After you run it, you can add files and folders that you want to view their MD5/SHA1 hashes. You can do it by using the 'Add File' and 'Add Folder' options under the File menu, or simply by draging the files and folder from Explorer into the main window of HashMyFiles. After adding the desired files, you can copy the MD5/SHA1 hashes to the clipboard, or save the hashes list into text/html/xml file. Explorer Context Menu HashMyFiles can also be used directly from Windows Explorer. In order to enable this feature, go to the Options menu, and choose the 'Enable Explorer Context Menu' option. After you enable this feature, you can right-click on any file or folder on Windows Explorer, and choose the 'HashMyFiles' item from the menu. If you ...
5/5 4,861 May 15, 2019
Nir Sofer
   
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