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AlternateStreamView 32bit v1.56
AlternateStreamView 32bit v1.56 AlternateStreamView is a small utility that allows you to scan your NTFS drive, and find all hidden alternate streams stored in the file system. After scanning and finding the alternate streams, you can extract these streams into the specified folder, delete unwanted streams, or save the streams list into text/html/csv/xml file. 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. Known Issues It seems that starting from Windows 7, the standard 'Open With' dialog-box of Windows stopped working with alternate streams, and thus the 'Open Selected Stream With...' option provided by AlternateStreamView also doesn't work... Versions History Version 1.56: Added /RunAsAdmin command-line option for running AlternateStreamView as administrator. About Alternate Streams in NTFS File System NTFS system has a feature that allows you to add multiple streams in addition to the main file stream. When you open or view the file, only the main file stream is visible, while other additional streams are hidden from the user. Here's 3 examples of alternate streams usage in Windows operating system: Favorites of Internet Explorer: When You add a Web site link into your 'Favorites', a .url file containing the url and description is created. However, if the Web site also have an icon (favicon), the icon is saved as alternate stream for the same url file. The stream name of the icon is :favicon:$DATA Downloaded files of Internet Explorer: When you download and save a file with Internet Explorer, it automatically add a zone information for the saved file. This zone information is used for identifying the file as downloaded file from the Internet. The stream name in this case is :Zone.Identifier:$DATA Summary information of files: When ...
5/5 6,718 Nov 13, 2019
Nir Sofer
AlternateStreamView 64bit v1.56
AlternateStreamView 64bit v1.56 AlternateStreamView is a small utility that allows you to scan your NTFS drive, and find all hidden alternate streams stored in the file system. After scanning and finding the alternate streams, you can extract these streams into the specified folder, delete unwanted streams, or save the streams list into text/html/csv/xml file. 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. Known Issues It seems that starting from Windows 7, the standard 'Open With' dialog-box of Windows stopped working with alternate streams, and thus the 'Open Selected Stream With...' option provided by AlternateStreamView also doesn't work... Versions History Version 1.56: Added /RunAsAdmin command-line option for running AlternateStreamView as administrator. About Alternate Streams in NTFS File System NTFS system has a feature that allows you to add multiple streams in addition to the main file stream. When you open or view the file, only the main file stream is visible, while other additional streams are hidden from the user. Here's 3 examples of alternate streams usage in Windows operating system: Favorites of Internet Explorer: When You add a Web site link into your 'Favorites', a .url file containing the url and description is created. However, if the Web site also have an icon (favicon), the icon is saved as alternate stream for the same url file. The stream name of the icon is :favicon:$DATA Downloaded files of Internet Explorer: When you download and save a file with Internet Explorer, it automatically add a zone information for the saved file. This zone information is used for identifying the file as downloaded file from the Internet. The stream name in this case is :Zone.Identifier:$DATA Summary information of files: When ...
5/5 6,871 Nov 13, 2019
Nir Sofer
Network Drive Control (NDC) v1.56
Network Drive Control (NDC) v1.56 Authors description: "Have Windows default mapping of network drives be network dependent, similar to how the Windows default printer can be set to be network dependent." "Network Drive Control (NDC) for Windows Vista, 7, 8 and 10, both 32-bit and 64-bit, is an example of a utility I wrote to solve a frustrating problem I frequently encountered, namely wanting my network servers, both at work and home, mapped to Windows drives in a network specific manner. While one can tell Windows to try to map all of the drives at logon, I didn't like the long delays waiting for the time outs of the drive mapping for the networks that are not connected. (i.e. Waiting for the mapping of the home network drives to timeout when on my work network, and vice versa.) So I wrote my own utility which would examine the network environment after I logged in, and based on what network it found itself on, it would only attempt to map those drives it knew were on that network. Basically, I wanted the map network drives on login to function equivalently to the way the Windows 7 "default printer" did by being network specific. (Start → Devices and Printers → Manage Default Printers) The short of it is I wrote a modular program to do just that, and hence Network Drive Control was born." "Network Drive Control allows you to configure the automatic mapping of network drives when you logon based on the network(s) to which you are connected. An example would be to have your laptop automatically connect and map one set of network drives when at home, and another set of network drives when at work or school, and none if it detects that the PC is connected to a network where no ...
5/5 3,126 Oct 20, 2021
Michael J. Burns
TaskSchedulerView v1.56
TaskSchedulerView v1.56 TaskSchedulerView is a simple tool for Windows Vista/7/8/10 that displays in a single table the list of all tasks from the Task Scheduler of Windows. It also allows you to easily disable/enable mutiple tasks at once. For every task, the following information is displayed: Task Name, Description, Status, Hidden (Yes/No), Last Run/Next Run Times, Task Folder, EXE filename or COM handler of the task, number of missed runs, and more... System Requirements This tool works on any version of Windows, starting from Windows Vista and up to Windows 10. Both 32-bit and 64-bit systems are supported. Windows XP and older systems are not supported. Start Using TaskSchedulerView TaskSchedulerView doesn't require any installation process or additional DLL files. In order to start using it, simply run the executable file - TaskSchedulerView.exe After running TaskSchedulerView, the main window displays the details of most tasks from the Task Scheduler of Windows. However, some of the tasks cannot be accessed without full administrator privileges. In order to view all tasks, you can easily run TaskSchedulerView as Administrator by pressing Ctrl+F11. Inside the main window of TaskSchedulerView, you can easily select one or more tasks, and then export them to text/comma-delimited/tab-delimited/html/xml file (By using the 'Save Selected Items' option) or copy the selected tasks to the clipboard and then paste them to Excel or other application. You can also disable or enable the selected tasks. Be aware that some of the tasks can only be disabled/enabled if you run TaskSchedulerView as Administrator. Connecting Remote Computer TaskSchedulerView also allows you to view and disable/enabled the tasks of a remote computer, as long as you have permission to do that. In order to connect a remote computer, simply press F9 (Advanced Options), choose to connect a remote computer, and then type the computer name. There is also an option to start ...
5/5 4,044 Aug 13, 2020
Nirsoft
   
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