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AppReadWriteCounter v1.15 32bit
AppReadWriteCounter v1.15 32bit AppReadWriteCounter is a tool for Windows that counts and displays the current file read/write operations of every application running on your system. It displays the number of read/write bytes, the number of read/write operations, current calculated read/write speed, and the details about the application (product name, product version, and so on) that makes the file read/write operations. 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 versions of Windows are supported. On Windows Vista and later, if you want to view the full path of system processes , you have to run AppReadWriteCounter as Administrator. Known Issues On Windows XP, for some applications (including AppReadWriteCounter itself) you may see constant increase in the read counters without any actual file read. Changes: Version 1.15: Added 'Put Icon On Tray' option. Start Using AppReadWriteCounter AppReadWriteCounter doesn't require any installation process or additional DLL files. In order to start using it, simply run the executable file - AppReadWriteCounter.exe Immediately after running it, the main window displays every application that currently read or write files. Be aware that the counters in this tool are not per process but per application, so if you have multiple processes for the same application , AppReadWriteCounter merges them into one line. Also, if you close an application and then run it again, AppReadWriteCounter will continue the update the read/write counters of the same application entry. At any time, you can clear the entire list and start with empty window by pressing Ctrl+X (Clear All). You can also reset the counters of selected items by pressing Ctrl+R (Reset Selected Counters). Translating AppReadWriteCounter to other languages In order to translate AppReadWriteCounter to other language, follow the instructions below: Run AppReadWriteCounter with /savelangfile ...
5/5 1,972 May 03, 2019
Nir Sofer
AppReadWriteCounter v1.15 64bit
AppReadWriteCounter v1.15 64bit AppReadWriteCounter is a tool for Windows that counts and displays the current file read/write operations of every application running on your system. It displays the number of read/write bytes, the number of read/write operations, current calculated read/write speed, and the details about the application (product name, product version, and so on) that makes the file read/write operations. 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 versions of Windows are supported. On Windows Vista and later, if you want to view the full path of system processes , you have to run AppReadWriteCounter as Administrator. Known Issues On Windows XP, for some applications (including AppReadWriteCounter itself) you may see constant increase in the read counters without any actual file read. Changes: Version 1.15: Added 'Put Icon On Tray' option. Start Using AppReadWriteCounter AppReadWriteCounter doesn't require any installation process or additional DLL files. In order to start using it, simply run the executable file - AppReadWriteCounter.exe Immediately after running it, the main window displays every application that currently read or write files. Be aware that the counters in this tool are not per process but per application, so if you have multiple processes for the same application , AppReadWriteCounter merges them into one line. Also, if you close an application and then run it again, AppReadWriteCounter will continue the update the read/write counters of the same application entry. At any time, you can clear the entire list and start with empty window by pressing Ctrl+X (Clear All). You can also reset the counters of selected items by pressing Ctrl+R (Reset Selected Counters). Translating AppReadWriteCounter to other languages In order to translate AppReadWriteCounter to other language, follow the instructions below: Run AppReadWriteCounter with /savelangfile ...
5/5 1,990 May 03, 2019
Nir Sofer
HostedNetworkStarter v1.15
HostedNetworkStarter v1.15 HostedNetworkStarter is a simple tool for Windows 7 and later that allows you to easily create a wifi hotspot with your wireless network adapter, using the Wifi hosted network feature of Windows operating system. With the wifi hotspot created by this tool, you can allow any device with wifi support to access the network and the Internet connection available in your computer. System Requirements Any version of Windows, starting from Windows 7 and up to Windows 10, 32-bit or 64-bit systems. (In older versions of Windows, there is no support for Wifi hosted network) Wireless network adapter that supports Wifi hosted network. Known Issues hnetcfg.dll Crash - On some Windows 10 systems, HostedNetworkStarter crashes when trying to start the hosted network. The crash occurs inside hnetcfg.dll while HostedNetworkStarter requests to disable previous ICS (Internet Connection Sharing) settings in order to set ICS for the hosted network. It's unclear whether this crash occurs because HostedNetworkStarter does something wrong or it's some kind of bug in ICS component of Windows 10. Some people reported that this crash started to appear after installing Windows 10 Anniversary Update. Versions History Version 1.15: You can use any variable inside HostedNetworkStarter.cfg as a command-line parameter in order to change the settings of HostedNetworkStarter, for example: HostedNetworkStarter.exe /NetworkSSID "MyNetwork" /NetworkKey "fh78fh8f#" Start Using HostedNetworkStarter HostedNetworkStarter doesn't require any installation process or additional DLL files. In order to start using it, simply run the executable file - HostedNetworkStarter.exe After running HostedNetworkStarter, the 'Hosted Network Options' window is opened, allowing you to choose the desired configuration of your Wifi hotspot. After filling the network name ,the network key, and choosing the desired Internet connection ...
5/5 2,656 Sep 08, 2018
Nir Sofer
InsideClipboard v1.15
InsideClipboard v1.15 Each time that you copy something into the clipboard for pasting it into another application, the copied data is saved into multiple formats. The main clipboard application of Windows only display the basic clipboard formats, like text and bitmaps, but doesn't display the list of all formats that are stored in the clipboard. InsideClipboard is a small utility that displays the binary content of all formats that are currently stored in the clipboard, and allow you to save the content of specific format into a binary file. System Requirements This utility works on any version of Windows, from Windows 98 to Windows 7. Versions History Version 1.15: Added support for displaying UTF-16 strings in the lower pane. Using InsideClipboard InsideClipboard doesn't require any installation process or additional dll files. In order to start using it, simply run the executable file (InsideClipboard.exe) The main window of InsideClipboard has 2 panes. The top pane display the list of all formats that are currently stored in the clipboard. When selecting a single item in the top pane, the bottom pane displays the content of the selected clipboard format. You can view the content as Ascii (for text-based formats, like RTF or HTML) or as hex dump. Command-Line Options /stext <Filename> Save the clipboard items list into a regular text file. /stab <Filename> Save the clipboard items list into a tab-delimited text file. /stabular <Filename> Save the clipboard items list into a tabular text file. /shtml <Filename> Save the clipboard items list into HTML file (Horizontal). /sverhtml <Filename> Save the clipboard items list into HTML file (Vertical). /sxml <Filename> Save the clipboard items list to XML file. /saveclp <.clp Filename> Save the current clipboard data to .clp file. /loadclp <.clp Filename> Load .clp file into the clipboard. Translating InsideClipboard to other languages In order to translate ...
5/5 5,767 Jul 02, 2020
Nir Sofer
ShadowCopyView v1.15
ShadowCopyView v1.15 ShadowCopyView is simple tool for Windows 10/8/7/Vista that lists the snapshots of your hard drive created by the 'Volume Shadow Copy' service of Windows. Every snapshot contains an older versions of your files and folders from the date that the snapshot was created, you can browse the older version of your files and folders, and optionally copy them into a folder on your disk. ShadowCopyView vs 'Previous Versions' feature of Windows Windows operating system allows you to access the 'Shadow Copies' by right-clicking on the file/folder/drive, choosing 'Properties' and then 'Previous Versions'. However, this feature might omit some of the shadow copies. ShadowCopyView displays all of them. Also, the 'Previous Versions' window doesn't allow you to access copy system files unless UAC (User Account Control) is turned off. ShadowCopyView is executed with full admin rights (elevated process), so you can access and extract any file you need. System Requirements This utility works on any version of Windows, starting from Windows Vista, and up to Windows 10. Windows XP is not supported. In order to use ShadowCopyView on 64-bit systems, you must download and use the 64-bit version of this tool. This download is for the 64bit version. If you need the 32bit version, download here. Version 1.15: Added /CopyFile command-line option, which allows you to copy a single file from the shadow copy into the specified filename. Start Using ShadowCopyView ShadowCopyView doesn't require any installation process or additional DLL files. In order to start using it, simply run the executable file - ShadowCopyView.exe After running ShadowCopyView, the upper pane of the main window displays the list of all snapshots created by the Volume Shadow Copy service of Windows. When selecting a snapshot in the upper pane, the lower pane displays the files and folder of the selected snapshot. You can navigate to a ...
5/5 2,449 Sep 24, 2020
Nir Sofer
USBFlashCopy v1.15
USBFlashCopy v1.15 USBFlashCopy is a small Windows utility to back up your flash drives and storage cards on the fly. It runs in the background and copies files from inserted media to a safe location on your hard drive. USBFlashCopy is free for non-commercial use. Nothing to install Simply download and run. No installation, no registry entries. Small USBFlashCopy is a really small utility taking no more than 300KB of space, it doesn't require additional libraries, frameworks or anything else to download and install. Portable Run USBFlashCopy from any folder or drive. Simple and clever USBFlashCopy automatically detects when you insert a media and copies its content to a safe location. By default, it creates a sub-folder for each removable media in "My Documents\Removable Media Backups". Supports Profiles Create profiles with separate settings for different flash sticks or storage cards. You can change default settings for new or rarely used medias. Copies newer files only USBFlashCopy copies only newer or updated files, you can optionally keep old versions of the files. Move your settings USBFlashCopy keeps its settings in an INI file, automatically created in the folder it is running from. Copy USBFlashCopy.ini along with executable to keep your settings. System requirements USBFlashCopy can be used almost on any PC that has 1 MB of free hard drive space and is running Microsoft Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7/8/10 32/64 bit. Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 1,426 Apr 03, 2020
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