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LiveTcpUdpWatch v1.30 32bit
LiveTcpUdpWatch v1.30 32bit LiveTcpUdpWatch is a tool for Windows that displays live information about all TCP and UDP activity on your system. Every line in the main table of LiveTcpUdpWatch displays the protocol (TCP/UDP/IPv4/IPv6), local/remote IP address, local/remote port, number of sent/received bytes, number of sent/received packets, connect/disconnect time (For TCP only), and the process (ID and path) responsible for this activity. LiveTcpUdpWatch vs CurrPorts vs NetworkTrafficView This tool may look very similar to other tools of NirSoft - CurrPorts and NetworkTrafficView, but every tool behave differently and uses different technique to extract the network information. CurrPorts displays the current table of active TCP connections and TCP/UDP listening ports. but this technique has some disadvantages, for example, if UDP packets are sent from your computer to remote network address, you won't see it with CurrPorts, because with UDP there is no really a connection and the UDP table contains only listening UDP ports. The advantage of CurrPorts is the ability to use it without elevation (Run As Administrator). NetworkTrafficView uses network sniffing technique - It analyzes every packet sent/received by your network card and displays extensive summary according to the display mode you choose. The disadvantages of this tool: You have to choose a network card and capture method for activating the network sniffer. LiveTcpUdpWatch uses event tracing API to get live information from Windows Kernel about every TCP/UDP packet sent/received on your system. As opposed to CurrPorts, it captures all UDP activity with process information, but without the need of using a network sniffer. 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 this tool requires to run ...
5/5 1,863 Jan 29, 2020
Nir Sofer
LiveTcpUdpWatch v1.30 64bit
LiveTcpUdpWatch v1.30 64bit LiveTcpUdpWatch is a tool for Windows that displays live information about all TCP and UDP activity on your system. Every line in the main table of LiveTcpUdpWatch displays the protocol (TCP/UDP/IPv4/IPv6), local/remote IP address, local/remote port, number of sent/received bytes, number of sent/received packets, connect/disconnect time (For TCP only), and the process (ID and path) responsible for this activity. LiveTcpUdpWatch vs CurrPorts vs NetworkTrafficView This tool may look very similar to other tools of NirSoft - CurrPorts and NetworkTrafficView, but every tool behave differently and uses different technique to extract the network information. CurrPorts displays the current table of active TCP connections and TCP/UDP listening ports. but this technique has some disadvantages, for example, if UDP packets are sent from your computer to remote network address, you won't see it with CurrPorts, because with UDP there is no really a connection and the UDP table contains only listening UDP ports. The advantage of CurrPorts is the ability to use it without elevation (Run As Administrator). NetworkTrafficView uses network sniffing technique - It analyzes every packet sent/received by your network card and displays extensive summary according to the display mode you choose. The disadvantages of this tool: You have to choose a network card and capture method for activating the network sniffer. LiveTcpUdpWatch uses event tracing API to get live information from Windows Kernel about every TCP/UDP packet sent/received on your system. As opposed to CurrPorts, it captures all UDP activity with process information, but without the need of using a network sniffer. 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 this tool requires to run ...
5/5 1,855 Jan 29, 2020
Nir Sofer
QuickSetDNS v1.30
QuickSetDNS v1.30 Quickly set DNS servers of your Internet connection on Windows. QuickSetDNS is a simple tool that allows you to easily change the DNS servers that are used for your Internet connection. You can set the desired DNS servers from the user interface, by choosing from a list of DNS servers that you defined, or from command-line, without displaying any user interface. System Requirements This utility works on any version of Windows, starting from Windows 2000 and up to Windows 10. Both 32-bit and 64-bit systems are supported. Versions History Version 1.30: Added support for IPv6. In order to set the IPv6 DNS servers, you have to use the 'Set Active DNS (IPv4+IPv6)' option. If you want to set only the IPv4 DNS servers, like the previous versions, you should use the 'Set Active DNS (IPv4)' option. Start Using QuickSetDNS QuickSetDNS doesn't require any installation process or additional dll files. In order to start using it, simply run the executable file - QuickSetDNS.exe After running QuickSetDNS, the main window allows you to easily choose the desired DNS servers to use on your Internet connection, by using the 'Set Active DNS' option (F2). By default, QuickSetDNS provides only one alternative: the public DNS servers of Google - 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4 You can easily add more DNS servers to the list by using the 'New DNS Server' option (Ctrl+N). If the 'Automatic DNS' option is selected, then the DNS server information is received from your router automatically, using DHCP. If you have multiple network adapters, you may need to choose the correct network adapter from the combo-box located just below the toolbar of QuickSetDNS. Setting DNS servers from command-line With QuickSetDNS, you can easily set the desired DNS servers from command-line, without displaying any user intertface by using the /SetDNS command: QuickSetDNS.exe /SetDNS [DNS Servers List] [Network Adapter String] [DNS Servers ...
5/5 1,670 Oct 24, 2019
Nir Sofer
ShellBagsView v1.30
ShellBagsView v1.30 Each time that you open a folder in Explorer, Windows automatically save the settings of this folder into the Registry. This utility displays the list of all folder settings saved by Windows. For each folder, the following information is displayed: The date/time that you opened it, the entry number, display mode (Details, Icons, Tiles, and so on...), the last position of the window, and the last size of the window. System Requirements This utility works on Windows XP, Windows Server 2003/2008, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8.x, and Windows 10. Previous versions of Windows are not supported. Registry Keys Windows uses the following Registry keys to save the folders information: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\ShellNoRoam HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\Shell HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Classes\Local Settings\Software\Microsoft\Windows\Shell (Only in Windows Vista) Version 1.30: Added option to connect a remote computer on your network. You can view the Explorer folders of the users currently logged on on the remote machine, as well as modify their view mode (Tiles, Details, Content, List, Small Icons, Medium Icons, Large Icons) In order to connect a remote computer, simply go to the 'Advanced Options' window (F7), choose 'Remote Computer' as data source, type the name or IP address of the remote computer, and press the OK button. Added 'User Name' column, which displays the user name when connecting a remote computer. Using ShellBagsView ShellBagsView doesn't require any installation process or additional DLL files. In order to start using it, simply run the executable file - ShellBagsView.exe After running it, the main window of ShellBagsView displays the list of all folder entries in your system. Command-Line Options /stext <Filename> Save the list of folders into a regular text file. /stab <Filename> Save the list of folders into a tab-delimited text file. /scomma <Filename> Save the list of folders ...
5/5 26 Jun 23, 2020
Nir Sofer
ShellMenuView 32bit v1.30
ShellMenuView 32bit v1.30 ShellMenuView is a small utility that display the list of static menu items that appeared in the context menu when you right-click a file/folder on Windows Explorer, and allows you to easily disable unwanted menu items. System Requirements ShellMenuView works properly on any version of Windows starting from Windows 2000 and up to Windows 10. You can also use ShellMenuView on Windows 98 for viewing the menu items list, but the disable/enable feature won't work on this version of Windows. (The disabling feature is achieved by adding 'LegacyDisable' key to the desired menu item in the Registry, and this Registry key is not supported by Windows 98) Some of the menu items in the context menu of Explorer are created dynamically using shell extensions. In these cases, you can use the ShellExView utility to disable them. Versions History Version 1.30 Fixed the extension column: For Menu items that are currently not assigned to any file extension, the extension column now remains empty. Added 'UserChoice Key' column. If the value is 'Yes', it means that the reference to the menu item is found in HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\FileExts\[File Extension]\UserChoice Added 'Registry Key' column. Added 'Hide Items Without File Extension' option.
0/5 2,786 Sep 17, 2015
Nirsoft
ShellMenuView 64bit v1.30
ShellMenuView 64bit v1.30 ShellMenuView is a small utility that display the list of static menu items that appeared in the context menu when you right-click a file/folder on Windows Explorer, and allows you to easily disable unwanted menu items. System Requirements ShellMenuView works properly on any version of Windows starting from Windows 2000 and up to Windows 10. You can also use ShellMenuView on Windows 98 for viewing the menu items list, but the disable/enable feature won't work on this version of Windows. (The disabling feature is achieved by adding 'LegacyDisable' key to the desired menu item in the Registry, and this Registry key is not supported by Windows 98) Some of the menu items in the context menu of Explorer are created dynamically using shell extensions. In these cases, you can use the ShellExView utility to disable them. Versions History Version 1.30 Fixed the extension column: For Menu items that are currently not assigned to any file extension, the extension column now remains empty. Added 'UserChoice Key' column. If the value is 'Yes', it means that the reference to the menu item is found in HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\FileExts\[File Extension]\UserChoice Added 'Registry Key' column. Added 'Hide Items Without File Extension' option.
0/5 2,859 Sep 17, 2015
Nirsoft
WildGem v1.30
WildGem v1.30 WildGem is a small, free, lightning-fast, portable, single-file app for Windows to help find and replace text. Its powerful syntax combines most of the flexibility of Regex, but with the simplicity of the typical find/replace feature found in your text editor or word processor. Unlike similar programs, WildGem is fast with a dual split display, and updates or highlights matches as you type in realtime. A unique colour coded syntax allows you to easily find/replace text without worrying about having to escape special symbols. If you're a beginner who only occasionally uses find and replace, WildGem will feel second-nature, and can even help you to formulate queries with wildcards. If you're moderately competent with basic or extended expressions, but rarely use Regex, WildGem will allow to create more powerful expressions more quickly with its intuitive interface. Individual WildGem symbols can replace the equivalent of up to 22 Regex symbols! If you're an expert with Regex and use it all the time, you may still appreciate the simpler syntax, colour coding, lightning speed, large input/output areas, realtime updating as you type, and the feature which converts your expression into the equivalent Regex syntax. More information behind the purpose of WildGem: Regex is such a powerful way of editing text, but its power comes at a cost. The learning curve is pretty steep, and there's a lot of syntax to remember. A simple example is replacing something starting with "The" and ending with "Fox" (for example: "The quick brown fox"). Regex would look like this: "the.*?fox". But WildGem simplifies the ".*?" bit to a single WildGem symbol - ✪. So you'd search for "the✪fox" instead. Want to search for one or more letters? The ⊚ symbol replaces the Regex "[a-zA-Z]+?" Likewise, the simple symbol ⇕ is used for new lines or the start/end of a line ...
5/5 1,007 Oct 24, 2019
Daniel White
   
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