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AppCrashView v1.35
AppCrashView v1.35 AppCrashView is a small utility for Windows Vista, 7, 8 and 10 that displays the details of all application crashes occurred in your system. The crashes information is extracted from the .wer files created by the Windows Error Reporting (WER) component of the operating system every time that a crash is occurred. AppCrashView also allows you to easily save the crashes list to text/csv/html/xml file. System Requirements For now, this utility only works on Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows Server 2008, Windows 8, and Windows 10. simply because the earlier versions of Windows don't save the crash information into .wer files. It's possible that in future versions, I'll also add support for Windows XP/2000/2003 by using Dr. Watson (Drwtsn32.exe) or other debug component that capture the crash information. Versions History Version 1.35 Added 'Quick Filter' feature (View -> Use Quick Filter or Ctrl+Q). When it's turned on, you can type a string in the text-box added under the toolbar and AppCrashView will instantly filter the application crashes list, showing only lines that contain the string you typed. Using AppCrashView AppCrashView doesn't require any installation process or additional dll files. In order to start using it, simply run the executable file - AppCrashView.exe The main window of AppCrashView contains 2 pane. The upper pane displays the list of all crashes found in your system, while the lower pane displays the content of the crash file that you select in the upper pane. You can select one or more crashes in the upper pane, and then save them (Ctrl+S) into text/html/xml/csv file or copy them to the clipboard ,and paste them into Excel or other spreadsheet application. Command-Line Options /ProfilesFolder <Folder> Specifies the user profiles folder (e.g: c:\users) to load. If this parameter is not specified, the profiles folder of the current operating system is ...
5/5 1,044 Nov 12, 2018
Nir Sofer
ChromeHistoryView v1.35
ChromeHistoryView v1.35 ChromeHistoryView is a small utility that reads the history data file of Google Chrome Web browser, and displays the list of all visited Web pages in the last days. For each visited Web page, the following information is displayed: URL, Title, Visit Date/Time, Number of visits, number of times that the user typed this address (Typed Count), Referrer, and Visit ID. You can select one or more history items, and them export them into html/xml/csv/text file, or copy the information to the clipboard and paste it into Excel. Versions History Version 1.35 Added 'Quick Filter' feature (View -> Use Quick Filter or Ctrl+Q). When it's turned on, you can type a string in the text-box added under the toolbar and ChromeHistoryView will instantly filter the history table, showing only items that contain the string you typed. Using ChromeHistoryView ChromeHistoryView doesn't require any installation process or additional DLL files. In order ti start using it, simply copy the executable file (ChromeHistoryView.exe) to any folder you like, and run it. After you run it, the main window displays the list of visited Web pages loaded from the history file of Chrome Web browser. If you want to load the history file of another profile, simply use the Advanced Options window (F9) to choose another history file. You can select one or more history items, and then export the list into html/xml/csv/text file ('Save Selected Items' option - Ctrl+S). You can also copy the selected items to the clipboard, and then paste them to Excel or to OpenOffice spreadsheet. Command-Line Options /stext <Filename> Save the Chrome browsing history into a regular text file. /stab <Filename> Save the Chrome browsing history into a tab-delimited text file. /scomma <Filename> Save the Chrome browsing history into a comma-delimited text file (csv). /stabular <Filename> ...
5/5 955 Mar 21, 2018
Nir Sofer
SimpleWMIView v1.35 32bit
SimpleWMIView v1.35 32bit SimpleWMIView is a simple tool for Windows that displays the result of WMI queries in a simple table, and allows you to easily export the data to text/csv/tab-delimited/html/xml file, or to copy the selected items to the clipboard and then paste them to Excel or other spreadsheet application. With SimpleWMIView you can get extensive information about your system, like a list of running processes, services, drivers, user accounts, hardware, and so on... 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 1.35: Added 'Auto Complete Classes Combo-Box' option. When it's turned on, you can type a string in the classes field, and the combo-box will show only the available classes that contain the string you typed, instead of showing the list of all classes. Start Using SimpleWMIView SimpleWMIView doesn't require any installation process or additional DLL files. In order to starting using it, simply run the executable file - SimpleWMIView.exe After running it, you can type or choose the desired namespace (The default is the most common one - root\CIMV2) and then the class name (The default is Win32_Process, which lists all running processes on your system). You can also type a full WQL query, like 'SELECT * FROM Win32_Process WHERE Priority > 8'. After choosing the namespace and class, simply press F5 (or the Update button) to execute the WMI query and then watch the result inside the table. Examples for what you can get with WMI Here's some examples of the information you can get with WMI queries (On root\CIMV2 namespace): Win32_Service - Lists all Windows services. Win32_Share - Lists all network shares on your machine. Win32_StartupCommand - Lists ...
5/5 2,098 Feb 06, 2019
Nir Sofer
SimpleWMIView v1.35 64bit
SimpleWMIView v1.35 64bit SimpleWMIView is a simple tool for Windows that displays the result of WMI queries in a simple table, and allows you to easily export the data to text/csv/tab-delimited/html/xml file, or to copy the selected items to the clipboard and then paste them to Excel or other spreadsheet application. With SimpleWMIView you can get extensive information about your system, like a list of running processes, services, drivers, user accounts, hardware, and so on... 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 1.35: Added 'Auto Complete Classes Combo-Box' option. When it's turned on, you can type a string in the classes field, and the combo-box will show only the available classes that contain the string you typed, instead of showing the list of all classes. Start Using SimpleWMIView SimpleWMIView doesn't require any installation process or additional DLL files. In order to starting using it, simply run the executable file - SimpleWMIView.exe After running it, you can type or choose the desired namespace (The default is the most common one - root\CIMV2) and then the class name (The default is Win32_Process, which lists all running processes on your system). You can also type a full WQL query, like 'SELECT * FROM Win32_Process WHERE Priority > 8'. After choosing the namespace and class, simply press F5 (or the Update button) to execute the WMI query and then watch the result inside the table. Examples for what you can get with WMI Here's some examples of the information you can get with WMI queries (On root\CIMV2 namespace): Win32_Service - Lists all Windows services. Win32_Share - Lists all network shares on your machine. Win32_StartupCommand - Lists ...
5/5 1,010 Feb 06, 2019
Nir Sofer
WhatInStartup v1.35 32bit
WhatInStartup v1.35 32bit This utility displays the list of all applications that are loaded automatically when Windows starts up. For each application, the following information is displayed: Startup Type (Registry/Startup Folder), Command-Line String, Product Name, File Version, Company Name, Location in the Registry or file system, and more. It allows you to easily disable or delete unwanted programs that run in your Windows startup. You can use it on your currently running instance of Windows, as well as you can use it on external instance of Windows in another drive. WhatInStartup also supports a special "Permanent Disabling" feature - If a program that you previously disabled added itself again to the startup list of Windows, WhatInStartup will automatically detect the change and disable it again. System Requirements This utility works on any version of Windows starting from Windows 2000 and up to Windows 8. Both 32-bit and 64-bit systems are supported. Versions History Version 1.35: Added 'Auto Size Columns+Headers' option. Added x64 build. Using WhatInStartup WhatInStartup doesn't require any installation process or additional dll files. In order to start using it, simply copy the executable file (WhatInStartup.exe) info any folder you like, and run it. After running it, the main window of WhatInStartup displays the list of all programs that are loaded at Windows startup. You can select one or more items, and then disable them (F7), enable them back after previously disabled (F8), delete them (Ctrl+Delete), or save them into text/csv/html/xml file (Ctrl+S). Permanent Disabling Permanent Disabling is a special feature of WhatInStartup that allows you to Permanently enforce the disabling of programs in Windows startup. Many programs add themselves into the Windows startup list without even asking you, and even if you disable or delete them, these programs add themselves ...
5/5 1,019 Jan 13, 2017
Nir Sofer
WhatInStartup v1.35 64bit
WhatInStartup v1.35 64bit This utility displays the list of all applications that are loaded automatically when Windows starts up. For each application, the following information is displayed: Startup Type (Registry/Startup Folder), Command-Line String, Product Name, File Version, Company Name, Location in the Registry or file system, and more. It allows you to easily disable or delete unwanted programs that run in your Windows startup. You can use it on your currently running instance of Windows, as well as you can use it on external instance of Windows in another drive. WhatInStartup also supports a special "Permanent Disabling" feature - If a program that you previously disabled added itself again to the startup list of Windows, WhatInStartup will automatically detect the change and disable it again. System Requirements This utility works on any version of Windows starting from Windows 2000 and up to Windows 8. Both 32-bit and 64-bit systems are supported. Versions History Version 1.35: Added 'Auto Size Columns+Headers' option. Added x64 build. Using WhatInStartup WhatInStartup doesn't require any installation process or additional dll files. In order to start using it, simply copy the executable file (WhatInStartup.exe) info any folder you like, and run it. After running it, the main window of WhatInStartup displays the list of all programs that are loaded at Windows startup. You can select one or more items, and then disable them (F7), enable them back after previously disabled (F8), delete them (Ctrl+Delete), or save them into text/csv/html/xml file (Ctrl+S). Permanent Disabling Permanent Disabling is a special feature of WhatInStartup that allows you to Permanently enforce the disabling of programs in Windows startup. Many programs add themselves into the Windows startup list without even asking you, and even if you disable or delete them, these programs add themselves ...
5/5 1,022 Jan 13, 2017
Nir Sofer
   
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