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CredentialsFileView v1.11
CredentialsFileView v1.11 A free, simple tool for Windows that decrypts and displays the passwords and other data stored inside Credentials files of Windows. You can use it to decrypt the Credentials data of your currently running system, as well as the Credentials data stored on external hard drive. System Requirements This utility works on any version of Windows, starting from Windows XP and up to Windows 11. Both 32-bit and 64-bit systems are supported. Changes Version 1.11: Fixed the external drive feature to work properly if you sign in with Microsoft account. Be aware that in order to recover credentials passwords created while you signed in with Microsoft account, you have to provide the random DPAPI password generated for your Microsoft account instead of the actual login password. You can find this DPAPI password with the MadPassExt tool. Data Stored In Credentials Files Windows operating system stores the following information inside Credentials files: Login passwords of remote computers on your LAN. Passwords of mail accounts on exchange server (stored by Microsoft Outlook) Windows Live session information. Remote Desktop 6 user\password information. Internet Explorer 7.x and 8.x: passwords of password-protected Web sites ("Basic Authentication" or "Digest Access Authentication") Password of MSN Messenger / Windows Messenger accounts Credentials File Location You can find the Credentials files of Windows in the following locations: C:\Users\[User Profile]\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Credentials (Windows Vista and later) C:\Users\[User Profile]\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Credentials (Windows Vista and later) C:\Windows\system32\config\systemprofile\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Credentials (Windows 8 and later) C:\Documents and Settings\[User Profile]\Application Data\Microsoft\Credentials (Windows XP) C:\Documents and Settings\[User Profile]\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Credentials (Windows XP) Start Using CredentialsFileView CredentialsFileView doesn't require any installation process or additional DLL files. In ...
5/5 4,197 Jan 03, 2022
Nir Sofer
ExecutedProgramsList v1.11
ExecutedProgramsList v1.11 ExecutedProgramsList is a simple tool that displays a list of programs and batch files that you previously executed on your system. For every program, ExecutedProgramsList displays the .exe file, the created/modified time of the .exe file, and the current version information of the program (product name, product version, company name) if it's available. For some of the programs, the last time execution time of the program is also displayed. 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 1.11: Added 'Auto Size Columns On Load' option. Added 'File Properties' option. (Open the Explorer properties window of the .exe file) Data Source The list of previously executed programs is collected from the following data sources: Registry Key: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Classes\Local Settings\Software\Microsoft\Windows\Shell\MuiCache Registry Key: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Microsoft\Windows\ShellNoRoam\MUICache Registry Key: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\AppCompatFlags\Compatibility Assistant\Persisted Registry Key: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\AppCompatFlags\Compatibility Assistant\Store Windows Prefetch folder (C:\Windows\Prefetch) Start Using ExecutedProgramsList ExecutedProgramsList doesn't require any installation process or additional dll files. In order to start using it, simply run the executable file - ExecutedProgramsList.exe After running ExecutedProgramsList, the main window displays a list of programs and batch files that you previously executed on your system. You can select one or more items, and then export them to comma-delimited/tab-delimited/html/xml file using the 'Save Selected Items' option (Ctrl+S) or copy them to the clipboard (CTRL+C) and then paste them to Excel or any other spreadsheet application. License This utility is released as freeware. You are allowed to freely distribute this utility via floppy disk, CD-ROM, Internet, or in any other way, as long as you don't charge ...
5/5 4,192 Mar 21, 2016
Nir Sofer
ExifDataView v1.11
ExifDataView v1.11 ExifDataView is a small utility that reads and displays the Exif data stored inside .jpg image files generated by digital cameras. The EXIF data includes the name of the company created the camera, camera model, the date/time that the photograph was taken, Exposure Time, ISO Speed, GPS information (for digital cameras with GPS), and more. System Requirements This utility works on any version of Windows, starting from Windows 2000 and up to Windows 10. Changes: Version 1.11: Fixed to read .jpg files that their EXIF information is not in the beginning of the file. Start Using ExifDataView ExifDataView doesn't require any installation process or additional dll files. In order to start using it, simply run the executable file - ExifDataView.exe After running ExifDataView.exe, you can open a .jpg file by using the 'Open File' option (Ctrl+O) or by dragging the .jpg file from Explorer into the main window of ExifDataView. After opening the .jpg file, the list of all Exif properties are displayed in the upper pane of ExifDataView. When selecting a single Exif property on the upper pane, the lower pane displays the content of the selected property as Hex Dump. You can also select one or more Exif properties in the upper pane, and then copy them to the clipboard and paste them into Excel, or save them into text/csv/xml/html file by using the 'Save Selected Items' option (Ctrl+S) Command-Line Options /LoadFile <Jpeg Filename> Load the specified .jpg file into ExifDataView. /stext <Filename> Save the Exif properties list into a regular text file. /stab <Filename> Save the Exif properties list into a tab-delimited text file. /scomma <Filename> Save the Exif properties list into a comma-delimited text file (csv). /stabular <Filename> Save the Exif properties list into a tabular text file. /shtml <Filename> ...
5/5 1,500 Nov 03, 2020
Nir Sofer
HTMLAsText v1.11
HTMLAsText v1.11 HTMLAsText utility converts HTML documents to simple text files, by removing all HTML tags and formatting the text according to your preferences. Features HTMLAsText automatically removes all tags and scripts from the document. The remained text is formatted according to the number of characters per line that you select. All HTML entities (e.g.: &amp;amp, &amp;lt) are converted into the corresponding ASCII characters. Unordered lists ( tag) and ordered lists (<ol> tag) are formatted accordingly. The bullets beside the items of unordered lists are replaced by ASCII characters according to your selection. Definition lists are formatted by adding spaces in the left side of the definition lines. Optionally, centered and right-aligned paragraphs are formatted accordingly by adding space characters in the left side of the lines. Optionally, HTMLAsText allows you to add a line under each heading ( - <h6> tags) Simple tables can be delimited by spaces, tab characters, commas, or CRLF. Preformatted text blocks ( tag) are copied "as is", without formatting the text. You can convert multiple HTML files in the same folder at once, by using wildcard. (e.g.: c:\files\*.html) You can run the conversion process without displaying any user interface, by using the /run command-line option. Versions History Version 1.11: The configuration is now saved to a file instead of the Registry. Using HTMLAsText HTMLAsText is a small and standalone executable. You don't need to install anything, and additional DLLs are not required for using this utility. Just copy the executable to any folder you like, and run it. In the main screen of HTMLAsText ...
5/5 7,331 Oct 23, 2019
Nir Sofer
Multi PDF Merger v1.11
Multi PDF Merger v1.11 Free, portable tool to merge a large number of files, documents and images into a single PDF file. A large number of document types are supported, such as Microsoft Office, images text files and PDF and PostScript documents. Requirements: Windows 7 or newer, .NET Framework 4.x, GhostScript 9.x. Supported Document Types The following documents can be merged into PDF. Please note the individual requirements for each of the document type. Microsoft Office: Requires Microsoft Office 2013 or newer. Supported Office applications: Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Publisher, Visio. Additionally supported document types: text (*.txt), comma separated values (*.csv), rich text format (*.rtf), OpenOffice/LibreOffice. HTML documents and websites (URL): Requires Internet Explorer 8 or newer. A screenshot of the HTML page or the website is merged into the PDF document. The HTML document must be reasonably simple, otherwise a blank page is inserted instead. Images: No additional requirements. Supported image file types: JPEG (*.jpg), GIF (*.gif), Portable Network Graphics (*.png), TIFF (*.tif), PostScript (*.ps, *.eps). Changes: Version 1.11 (9 March 2020): Bugfixes. Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 609 Dec 31, 2021
Jan Krohn
Office.Files.Images v1.11
Office.Files.Images v1.11 You have hundreds of Office documents, so it would be practical to have all the images used listed in one go! Well, you won't have to do without such a function in the future, regardless of whether it is docx, xlsx, pptx, ods, ott, ... so all new MS Office and Open Office, ... file formats! It provides a quick visual overview of all images used so that the images can be used again! The key functions Office.Files.Images Tool ◆ Supports all new Office documents ◆ Freely selectable file and image filter ◆ Optionally add to MS Explorer ◆ Very fast to display and read in ◆ Drag &amp; Drop Support ◆ Supports most image formats in the preview / thumbnail view ◆ ... and much more Other features / specifications: ◆ Low CPU usage ◆ Optional translation function ◆ Portable ◆ Multilingual Why and for what the Office.Files.Images Tool For example, if you have used a lot of pictures and still do not have some pictures separately on the hard drive, and you know that you have used a picture somewhere at some point, but your head is empty and you want to locate the particular picture and use again in the office Document or for something else under MS Windows. The Office.Files.Images tool helps here, the freeware program provides a quick visual overview of all used images so that you can quickly find them and use them again! In order to be able to make a quick picture decision, you have various thumbnails available, it is probably the fastest way to get an overview of the pictures used in Office documents! A simple example of usage After downloading of the Office.Files.Images Tool, you can simply place it on the desktop from the zip folder, with less than 500 KB it is no burden! Now you ...
5/5 1,260 May 12, 2021
Nenad Hrg
OpenWithView v1.11
OpenWithView v1.11 OpenWithView is a small utility that displays the list of all available applications in the 'Open With' dialog-box of Windows, and allows you to easily disable/enable the applications in the list. When application is disabled, it won't be displayed in the 'Other Programs' section of the 'Open With' dialog-box. This utility can be useful if your 'Open With' window displays too much applications, and you want to remove the applications that you don't use frequently. System Requirements This utility works under Windows XP through 10. In earlier versions of Windows, OpenWithView will display the list of 'Open With' window entries, but disable/enable feature won't work. Versions History Version 1.11 - Fixed the icons problem on Windows 7/x64 Using OpenWithView OpenWithView doesn't require any installation process or additional DLL files. In order to start using it, simply run the executable file - OpenWithView.exe The main window of OpenWithView displays the list of all applications in the 'Open With' window. You can select one or more items and then use the F8 key to disable them and F7 to enable back the disabled items. Translating OpenWithView to other languages In order to translate OpenWithView to other language, follow the instructions below: Run OpenWithView with /savelangfile parameter: OpenWithView.exe /savelangfile A file named OpenWithView_lng.ini will be created in the folder of OpenWithView utility. Open the created language file in Notepad or in any other text editor. Translate all string entries to the desired language. Optionally, you can also add your name and/or a link to your Web site. (TranslatorName and TranslatorURL values) If you add this information, it'll be used in the 'About' window. After you finish the translation, Run OpenWithView, and all translated strings will be loaded ...
5/5 7,353 Jul 02, 2020
Nir Sofer
OSE File and Text Encryption v1.11
OSE File and Text Encryption v1.11 Free tool to encrypt files and text using any one of a number of ciphers and modes provided by OpenSSL. Features Completely portable Ideal for Tails persistent storage _Very_ fast encryption Note from the author: OSE, A Graphical Frontend to OpenSSL's symmetric encryption OSE will encrypt files and text using any one of a number of ciphers and modes provided by OpenSSL, and its use is quite self explanatory. OSE is completely self contained and portable, making it ideal for USB flash drives and Tails persistent storage. It will create one file in the working directory, ".ose_cipher", which simply keeps track of the last used cipher. It is not necessary, just there for convenience, and if it's removed or not there, OSE will simply create another one defaulting to aes-128-ecb. Of course, OpenSSL must be present for OSE to work, and additionally, it makes calls to the system utility "echo" when encrypting text, so: Linux - OpenSSL and echo are already part of every distribution Windows - OpenSSL is probably not installed on your system, and the Windows "echo" call is inadequate for use by OSE. OSE, when launched, will spawn both openssl.exe and echo.exe in the working directory. (echo.exe is a Windows port of the UNIX/Linux echo) OSE will clean up these files upon terminating. Notes on long text strings: While you can encrypt a lot of text with the "echo" pipe, it's not unlimited. If you run into the case where OSE informs of a too long text string, an option is included to encrypt text using the TCL AES package using a 256 bit keystream and cbc mode. The password hashing and salting using this mode are extremely robust; you lose no security. Using this mode, the length of the plain ...
5/5 217 Jul 12, 2022
Dana Booth
PhotoSift v1.11
PhotoSift v1.11 PhotoSift is a utility helping you to quickly organize unsorted image libraries. The basic idea is to load the program with images, then show and inspect each image and press a key on the keyboard. The image will then be moved or copied to a folder of your choice corresponding to that key, and the next images is displayed. Features: • Quickly organize your unsorted images • Fast keyboard-based workflow • Multithreaded cache-ahead loading • Various inspection tools (zoom, flip, rotate) • Rename or delete files when needed • Unlimited undo • Fullscreen mode for less distractions • Highly configurable • Portable • Free, open source For instructions, simply choose to open the help file at program launch. You can also open the README.txt file from the folder. Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 1,195 Apr 05, 2021
RL Vision
Scancode Map v1.11
Scancode Map v1.11 An easy, portable tool to re-map your keyboard keys. From the author: "It all stated by me getting annoyed with F1 key. As it is only a registry change, I did it manually; easy enough. But then I got another laptop that had no context key (damn you HP). So I remapped Right Alt to Context menu. But I also wanted F1. And for my media computer with a strange small keyboard, I wanted to do other mappings too. Quite soon it was obvious that I might as well create application instead of calculating mappings by hand. This application gives you ability to remap any hardware key to another using the Scancode Map registry value. Once configuration is written (and computer rebooted), application doesn’t need to be running for mapping to work. Additionally, if you want to use manual mapping, it is useful to get scancode information for a key and there is standalone Scancode Viewer included too." Changes: 1.11 (2019-11-17) Using TLS 1.3 for upgrade and feedback. Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 1,169 Apr 12, 2021
Josip Medved
VaultPasswordView v1.11
VaultPasswordView v1.11 A simple tool for Windows 11/10/8/7 that decrypts and displays the passwords and other data stored inside 'Windows Vault'. You can use it to decrypt the Windows Vault data of your currently running system, as well as the Windows Vault data stored on external hard drive. Changes Version 1.11: Fixed the external drive feature to work properly if you sign in with Microsoft account. Be aware that in order to decrypt Windows Vault information created while you signed in with Microsoft account, you have to provide the random DPAPI password generated for your Microsoft account instead of the actual login password. You can find this DPAPI password with the MadPassExt tool. System Requirements This utility works on any version of Windows, starting from Windows 7 and up to Windows 11. Both 32-bit and 64-bit systems are supported. Be aware that this tool is not very useful on Windows 7, simply because Microsoft started to use the Windows vault for storing IE and Windows mail passwords only from Windows 8. You can also use this tool on Windows XP with SP3 for decrypting the Windows Vault of external drive with Windows 11/10/8/7. Passwords And Data Stored by Windows Vault Passwords of Internet Explorer 10.0/11.0 and Microsoft Edge running under Windows 8 or later. (Be aware that IE10/IE11 under Windows 7 doesn't use the Windows Vault to store passwords). Login Information of Windows Mail application (Windows 8 or later). Windows Vault Location Windows vault files are stored in the following folders: C:\Users\[User Profile]\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Vault C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Vault C:\Windows\system32\config\systemprofile\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Vault Inside these vault folders, there is Policy.vpol filename that contains the encryption key. The encryption key is used ...
5/5 4,089 Jan 03, 2022
Nir Sofer
WinUpdatesView v1.11 32bit
WinUpdatesView v1.11 32bit WinUpdatesView is a simple tool that displays the history of Windows updates on your system. WinUpdatesView can load the Windows updates history from your local system, using API, and it can also read and parse the Windows updates database file (DataStore.edb) from external drive or from remote computer on your network. For every Windows update history record, WinUpdatesView displays the following fields: Title, Description, Install Date, Update Operation (Install, Uninstall, Not Started, In Progress), Operation Result (Succeeded, Succeeded With Errors, Failed, Aborted), Category, Information URL, Support URL, Uninstall Notes, Client Application ID, Service ID, Update ID, Revision Number, Unmapped Result Code, Server Selection, hResult 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. Changes: Version 1.11 Added 'KB Number' column. Start Using Windows Updates History Viewer WinUpdatesView doesn't require any installation process or additional DLL files. In order to start using it, simply run the executable file - WinUpdatesView.exe After running WinUpdatesView, it loads the Windows updates history from your local system, using API, and displays the information on the main window. You can select one or more items and then export them to csv/tab-delimited/HTML5/XML/JSON file (File -> 'Save Selected Items' or Ctrl+S ), or you can copy them to the clipboard (Ctrl+C) and then paste them to Excel or other application. If you want to load the Windows updates history from another source (remote computer or external drive), go to the 'Advanced Options' window (F9) and choose the desired options. Quick Filter If you want to search a specific Windows update, simply press Ctrl+Q, and in the 'Quick Filter' window, type the string you want to find, and WinUpdatesView will instantly display the Windows updates contain the string you typed. Getting Windows updates history from a remote ...
5/5 2,254 Apr 09, 2020
Nir Sofer
WinUpdatesView v1.11 64bit
WinUpdatesView v1.11 64bit WinUpdatesView is a simple tool that displays the history of Windows updates on your system. WinUpdatesView can load the Windows updates history from your local system, using API, and it can also read and parse the Windows updates database file (DataStore.edb) from external drive or from remote computer on your network. For every Windows update history record, WinUpdatesView displays the following fields: Title, Description, Install Date, Update Operation (Install, Uninstall, Not Started, In Progress), Operation Result (Succeeded, Succeeded With Errors, Failed, Aborted), Category, Information URL, Support URL, Uninstall Notes, Client Application ID, Service ID, Update ID, Revision Number, Unmapped Result Code, Server Selection, hResult 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. Changes: Version 1.11 Added 'KB Number' column. Start Using Windows Updates History Viewer WinUpdatesView doesn't require any installation process or additional DLL files. In order to start using it, simply run the executable file - WinUpdatesView.exe After running WinUpdatesView, it loads the Windows updates history from your local system, using API, and displays the information on the main window. You can select one or more items and then export them to csv/tab-delimited/HTML5/XML/JSON file (File -> 'Save Selected Items' or Ctrl+S ), or you can copy them to the clipboard (Ctrl+C) and then paste them to Excel or other application. If you want to load the Windows updates history from another source (remote computer or external drive), go to the 'Advanced Options' window (F9) and choose the desired options. Quick Filter If you want to search a specific Windows update, simply press Ctrl+Q, and in the 'Quick Filter' window, type the string you want to find, and WinUpdatesView will instantly display the Windows updates contain the string you typed. Getting Windows updates history from a remote ...
5/5 2,300 Apr 09, 2020
Nir Sofer
   
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