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FRSSystemWatch v1.1.1
FRSSystemWatch v1.1.1 FRSSystemWatch shows what is going on in your computer. Monitors and reports changes to a drive, directory/folder, file, or Registry key. Multiple monitors can be added. See why there is so much activity going on in your computer. Perhaps even identify applications doing things you don't want them to do. Thoroughly integrated Documentation Center. Free to use. How Do I Use FRSSystemWatch? When you start the application for the first time, it will automatically start to monitor for changes to your primary disk drive, which is typically your C:\ drive. You can add monitors for other drives, as well as for specific directories (or "folders"), and individual files. You can enter the full path to a Registry key (see the application's Documentation Center for more information about how to obtain the path to a Registry key), so that you can see what changes software applications make to a particular key. Click on the "Watch" menu to add more monitors, or to remove the selected one. FRSSystemWatch keeps track of the changes for the monitors you have set up for as long as it runs. When you close it, the monitoring stops. The next time you start it up again, the monitors you had previously set up will be started again. Use the "Edit | Copy" menu command to copy text from the reports to another application, if you have the need for preserving data. You can also print reports. In addition to clicking on a button to view a different monitor's log, you can also use the F7 key. This download is for the 64bit version. If you need the 32bit version, download here. Version 1.1.1 Changed: The text of the Documentation ...
5/5 1,556 Feb 08, 2021
Fourth Ray Software
Imagine v1.1.1
Imagine v1.1.1 Freeware Image and Animation Viewer for Windows Features: View and save image/animation files with very fast speed Support for numerous image/animation file formats: PNG, JPG, GIF, BMP, PCX, TGA, TIFF, ICO, CUR, LBM, ANI, FLI, WMF, EMF, etc. Extract single/all frames from animation files Show detailed information of image/animation files Show Exif/IPTC information Show or hide transparency Support for digital camera raw image file formats: 3FR, ARW, CR2, CRW, DNG, ERF, KDC, MRW, NEF, ORF, RAF, RAW, SRW, SR2, etc. Support for numerous archive file formats: ZIP, RAR, 7Z, ALZ, HV3, CBZ, CBR, CB7, ARJ, LZH, EGG, TAR, ISO, CAB, etc. Support for high dynamic range image file formats: HDR, EXR, SXR, MXR, etc. 64-bit version available Unicode version available Multilingual support: English, German, Spanish, Russian, Danish, Korean, Japanese, Chinese, etc. Thumbnail browser Batch conversion Slide show Batch rename Capture screen Tiled view (check textures for seamless tiling, very useful for game developers/modders) Create animations Create multiple page images Manipulate and edit images Customizable shortcuts for Keyboard and Mouse Command line parameter support Shell extension support Add-on plugin support Total Commander lister and packer plugin No write unnecessary registry (ini-based configuration) Fully optimized binaries (tiny, pure, fast, neat) System Requirements CPU: Pentium compatible RAM: 32MB or higher ...
5/5 1,421 Feb 18, 2021
Sejin Chun
linkMaker v1.1.1
linkMaker v1.1.1 linkMaker provides a better interface to create shortcuts, symbolic links¹ and ntfs hardlinks/junction points². The app is intended to replace the antiquated 'Create Shortcut' wizard with something better; it makes all options available on one screen, and tries to auto-fill as much info as it can. Shell integration is provided for the 'new file' menu and the right-click drag menu. ¹Symbolic Links are similar to shortcuts, but are more transparent (most apps can't tell the difference between a symlink and the target file). I don't think Microsoft has ever provided a GUI to create them, but they're quite useful for redirecting files. ²Junction points and HardLinks are specific to ntfs filesystem, and can be somewhat fiddly. It's recommend to stick to shortcuts and symbolic links uness you understand how they work. Usage Notes Requirements: Version 4 or better of the .net framework is recommended. Get it from Microsoft. No installation; just unpack and run. A settings file and ancillary files may be created in the program folder. Instructions: You'll probably want to enable the shell integration menus... if so: Run the app, then hit the settings button and check those boxes. After that you can use the app or the shell menu's to create links. Remember you can drag files and folders to fill-in the target, and the link name will auto-fill based on that. When picking folders as a link target: The folder picker windows provides is an abomination, so we use the file picker to choose both files and folders. To pick a folder, navigate to the inside of the folder you want, then hit 'Open' with "{Press Open now to select the parent folder}" in the file name box. Note on Security and Elevation: Microsoft, in their Sublime Wisdom, decided the creation of symbolic links should be subject to special restrictions. The situation is ...
5/5 1,079 Dec 06, 2019
cresstone
   
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