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Copy Handler v1.45
Copy Handler v1.45 Copy Handler program is a small tool designed for copy/move files and folders between different storage medias. Main features full control over the copy and move operations through pause, resume, restart and cancel functionalities, faster than integrated Windows copying (visible especially in older versions like Windows XP), does not pollute Windows file cache with files being used one time only, fully configurable - over 60 configuration options - from setting language through auto-resume on error, shutting down system after copying finished to very detailed and technical (customizing copy/move thread - buffer sizes, thread priority, ...) ending with sounds on specific events, multi-language support - full support for English and Polish, partial support for more languages courtesy of our users, detailed statistics about copy/move operation (current file, buffer sizes, priority, progress by size, count and overall, status, current and average speed, time elapsed, estimated, left, and many more), automatic resume of all unfinished operations after system restart, queue support - runs one or more operations simultaneously in specific order, integration with Windows Explorer - adds additional commands to context menus of folders and drag and drop menus This download is for the portable version. If you need the installable version with easier Explorer menu setup, download here. Changes: 1.45 Sun, 2020/12/06 - 20:54 Bug [CH-355] - Incorrect sizing of replace file dialog [CH-359] - Wrong initial version of task db [CH-366] - String replace functionality corrupts memory Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 817 Dec 08, 2020
Ixen Gerthannes
HWMonitor v1.45
HWMonitor v1.45 A free hardware monitoring program that reads PC systems main health sensors : voltages, temperatures, fans speed. The program handles the most common sensor chips, like ITE® IT87 series, most Winbond® ICs, and others. In addition, it can read modern CPUs on-die core thermal sensors, as well has hard drives temperature via S.M.A.R.T, and video card GPU temperature. Changes: 1.45 - November 2021 - Intel 12th gen Alder Lake processors, Z6xx platform and DDR5 memory. - AMD Radeon 6600XT GPU. - Hard disks activity and read/write speeds. Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 3,054 Nov 04, 2021
CPUID
TTclock v1.45
TTclock v1.45 Digital desktop clock + alarm, timer, stopwatch. TTclock offers two display modes: pure clock display and control panel. In clock display mode the background is either fully transparent (only visible on mouse hover), or permanently visible as a semi-opaque rectangle (see settings). Double click switches between pure clock and control panel. Settings: Keep on top? Color for digits, background Font for digits Background color permanent? - (or only on mouse hover) Enable 12-hour mode (AM/PM)? Seconds in clock mode? - (can be hidden) Sound: Alarm sound loop? - option to repeat sound continuously WAV files from TTclock folder (some files supplied) When started TTclock makes sure it will show within the desktop bounds. On alarm the control panel is brought to the foreground. TTclock does not show in the task bar, but keeps an icon in the system tray. UI language files support Changes: Version 1.45 04 Oct 2021 ALT+F4 will now exit (not minimize) System tray left click function improved Auto detect UTF-8 encoding (ini file, language file) PureBasic compiler ver. 5.73 This download is for the 64bit version. If you need the 32bit version, download here. Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 2,827 Oct 05, 2021
Horst Schaeffer
TurnedOnTimesView v1.45
TurnedOnTimesView v1.45 TurnedOnTimesView is a simple tool that analyses the event log of Windows operating system, and detects the time ranges that your computer was turned on. For every period of time that the computer was turned on, the following information is displayed: Startup Time, Shutdown Time, Duration, Shutdown Reason, Shutdown Type, Shutdown Process, and Shutdown Code. TurnedOnTimesView allows you to get this information from your local computer, and from remote computer on your network if you have enough privilege to read the event log of Windows remotely. 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. On Windows Vista/7/8, TurnedOnTimesView generally works without elevation (admin rights). However, in order to get information about system shutdown caused by a system crash (blue screen), you should right-click on TurnedOnTimesView.exe and choose 'Run As Administrator'. Known Limitations TurnedOnTimesView based on a few types of events on the event log of Windows to detect when the computer was turned off and on. It generally works quite well, but it's still possible that you'll get a false positive, which means that TurnedOnTimesView will show that the computer was turned off and on, even when the computer was not actually turned off. When the computer is turned off improperly (For example, on a power outage), TurnedOnTimesView will not be able to detect the shutdown time, and the icon of this item will be red instead of green. If you clear your system event log, TurnedOnTimesView will not be able to detect the shutdown/startup times. On systems prior to Windows Vista, Shutdown Reason, Shutdown Type, and Shutdown Process fields are usually ...
5/5 3,028 Jun 21, 2021
Nir Sofer
   
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