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AppCompatibilityView v1.03
AppCompatibilityView v1.03 AppCompatibilityView is a simple tool that displays the list of all programs that run with different compatibility settings, stored in the Registry under HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\AppCompatFlags\Layers and HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\AppCompatFlags\Layers keys. It also allows you to easily modify or delete the compatibility settings of multiple applications at once. System Requirements This utility works in any version of Windows, starting from Windows XP and up to Windows 10. Both 32-bit and 64-bit systems are supported. This download is for the 64bit version. If you need the 32bit version, download here. Changes: Version 1.03: Added 'Copy Clicked Cell' option to the right-click context menu, which copies to the clipboard the text of cell that you right-clicked with the mouse. When pressing F5 (Refresh) the refresh process is smoother, keeping the selected item and scroll position. Start Using AppCompatibilityView This utility doesn't require any installation process or additional DLL files. In order to start using it, simply run the executable file - AppCompatibilityView.exe After running AppCompatibilityView, the main window displays the list of all application compatibility entries on your system. You can select one or more entries and then use the following menus to modify the compatibility settings: Set Windows Version Compatibility Mode: Allows you to run the specified program in compatibility mode of older version of Windows. You can choose one of the following versions of Windows: Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows NT 4.0 SP5, Windows 2000, Windows XP SP2, Windows XP SP3, Windows Server 2003 SP1, Windows Server 2008 SP1, Windows Vista, Windows Vista SP1, Windows Vista SP2, Windows 7, Windows 8. Remove Windows Version Compatibility Mode: Allows you to remove compatibility mode added with 'Set Windows Version Compatibility Mode' menu or from the compatibility options of Windows. Add Compatibility Option: ...
5/5 2,915 Dec 22, 2020
Nir Sofer
EncryptedRegView v1.03 32bit
EncryptedRegView v1.03 32bit EncryptedRegView is a tool for Windows that scans the Registry of your current running system or the Registry of external hard drive you choose and searches for data encrypted with DPAPI (Data Protection API). When it finds encrypted data in the Registry, it tries to decrypt it and displays the decrypted data in the main window of EncryptedRegView. With this tool, you may find passwords and other secret data stored in the Registry by Microsoft products as well as by 3-party products. 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. Versions History Version 1.03: Fixed another bug of skipping Registry keys when scanning files on external drive. Start Using EncryptedRegView EncryptedRegView doesn't require any installation process or additional DLL files. In order to start using it, simply run the executable file - EncryptedRegView.exe After running it, the 'Advanced Options' window is opened and allows you to choose the settings of the Registry scan. By default, EncryptedRegView offers you to scan the Registry of your current running system and current user, without elevation (Run As Administrator). If you check the 'Run as administrator to decrypt system protected data' option, EncryptedRegView will be executed as Administrator (elevation) and then it might be able to decrypt system protected data that cannot be decrypted with normal user privilege. After pressing the 'OK' button, EncryptedRegView starts to scan the Registry and searches for DPAPI-encrypted data. When it finds encrypted data, it tries to decrypt it. If EncryptedRegView successfully decrypts the data, a new item is added to the upper pane with 'Succeeded' in the 'Decryption Result' column and green icon. You can look at the entire decrypted information as ...
5/5 3,190 Feb 08, 2019
Nir Sofer
EncryptedRegView v1.03 64bit
EncryptedRegView v1.03 64bit EncryptedRegView is a tool for Windows that scans the Registry of your current running system or the Registry of external hard drive you choose and searches for data encrypted with DPAPI (Data Protection API). When it finds encrypted data in the Registry, it tries to decrypt it and displays the decrypted data in the main window of EncryptedRegView. With this tool, you may find passwords and other secret data stored in the Registry by Microsoft products as well as by 3-party products. 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. Versions History Version 1.03: Fixed another bug of skipping Registry keys when scanning files on external drive. Start Using EncryptedRegView EncryptedRegView doesn't require any installation process or additional DLL files. In order to start using it, simply run the executable file - EncryptedRegView.exe After running it, the 'Advanced Options' window is opened and allows you to choose the settings of the Registry scan. By default, EncryptedRegView offers you to scan the Registry of your current running system and current user, without elevation (Run As Administrator). If you check the 'Run as administrator to decrypt system protected data' option, EncryptedRegView will be executed as Administrator (elevation) and then it might be able to decrypt system protected data that cannot be decrypted with normal user privilege. After pressing the 'OK' button, EncryptedRegView starts to scan the Registry and searches for DPAPI-encrypted data. When it finds encrypted data, it tries to decrypt it. If EncryptedRegView successfully decrypts the data, a new item is added to the upper pane with 'Succeeded' in the 'Decryption Result' column and green icon. You can look at the entire decrypted information as ...
5/5 3,254 Feb 08, 2019
Nir Sofer
GetPixelColor v1.03
GetPixelColor v1.03 GetPixelColor for Windows is the right tool for Windows if you want to determine the color value of a pixel on the desktop! This program is suitable for graphic designers, webmasters and those who want to become one, to determine the desktop pixel color. But even if you have no need to determine color values, you can get to know and understand the RGB color space in a playful way, especially suitable for schools or other purposes. Likewise, to possibly find out what kind of pixel color there is on the desktop background at coordinate X: 235 Y: 133 or something like that. Key features ◆ Query of the RGB, RGBA, HLS, ... color value ◆ Query via the info area of ​​the task bar ◆ The pixel can be adjusted via the color palette ◆ Optionally start with Windows .... Other options and specifications ◆ Very small program ◆ Low CPU usage ◆ Optional translation function ◆ Portable ◆ Multilingual This download is for the portable 64bit version. If you need the portable 32bit version, download here. Some graphics programs fail to integrate this important function or it is too complex and it is not a standard function on Windows operating systems, on request of a user this nice tool for Windows was created, with a size of less than 100 KB it is exactly the right tool for querying the pixel color values ​​RGB, RGBA, HLS, .... on all Microsoft Windows operating systems. About the Desktop Pixel Query Tool for Windows! The program is suitable for inexperienced Windows PC users and experienced graphic designers. This is a function that can also be achieved with the more complex program. But it is not for everyone to make various settings to have a simple but useful function on the PC. Even as a PC beginner, you have no problem with this free program ...
5/5 1,220 May 30, 2020
Nenad Hrg
Monitor File Events v1.03
Monitor File Events v1.03 "Monitor File Events" is an activity sniffer on your system, it determines any change on any file or folder on your computer. Possibility to scan up to 5 different directories and their relative sub-directories with search filters for directories and files, obtaining precise targets, without messing up the list with hundreds of processes in other paths that are not interest. The selected filters determine what you are watching and thus, which events can be triggered. So what is going on in your system, something that even the Task Manager cannot say. Quick Inspection of the Directory, with a double click on the Events or Processes displayed. Saving of log activities in * .txt format, with a simple and clean reading, to easily compare the activities in order of time and scan, thanks to the time stamped in each line. Window position selectable with switch activities in Top Most. Automatic saving of last User Settings. Features Watch Process : processes activity with any process association in run mode or in background mode. Process activity splitted into a columns: "ID" "PROCESS NAME" "EXECUTABLE PATH" "COMMAND LINE" Events Folders & Files : "Name-Dir" "Name-File" "Creation-Time" "Size-Change" "Security" "Attributes" "Last-Write" "Last-Access" Something is Changed : Occurs when a file or directory in the specified Path is changed. Something has been Created: Occurs when a file or directory in the specified Path is created. Something has been Deleted : Occurs when a file or directory in the specified Path is deleted. Something has been Renamed : Occurs when a file or directory in the specified Path is renamed. Attributes : The attributes of the file or folder. CreationTime : The time ...
5/5 1,170 May 27, 2020
Alex Malkovich
   
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