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BrowsingHistoryView v2.36 32bit
BrowsingHistoryView v2.36 32bit BrowsingHistoryView is a utility that reads the history data of 4 different Web browsers (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, and Safari) and displays the browsing history of all these Web browsers in one table. The browsing history table includes the following information: Visited URL, Title, Visit Time, Visit Count, Web browser and User Profile. BrowsingHistoryView allows you to watch the browsing history of all user profiles in a running system, as well as to get the browsing history from external hard drive. You can also export the browsing history into csv/tab-delimited/html/xml file from the user interface, or from command-line, without displaying any user interface. Versions History Version 2.36: Added button on the toolbar to delete Chrome / Firefox history records. System Requirements This utility works on any version of Windows, starting from Windows 2000, and up to Windows 10. Both 32-bit and x64 systems are supported. The following Web browsers are supported: Internet Explorer (Version 4.00 and greater) Mozilla Firefox (Version 3.00 and greater) Microsoft Edge Google Chrome Safari Opera (Version 15 or later, which is based on Chrome Web browser) Known Limitations and Problems 'Visit Count' on Internet Explorer Web browser: The 'Visit Count' column is taken "as is" from the history file of Internet Explorer. Unfortunately, Internet Explorer tend to extremely bloat the 'Visit Count' number, which means that you cannot assume that the 'Visit Count' number represents the actual number of times that the user visited the specified Web site. This remark is only relevant for Internet Explorer. Other Web browsers count the number of visits properly, as far as I know. Limitations and problems with reading the history of ...
5/5 5,412 Jan 28, 2020
Nir Sofer
BrowsingHistoryView v2.36 64bit
BrowsingHistoryView v2.36 64bit BrowsingHistoryView is a utility that reads the history data of 4 different Web browsers (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, and Safari) and displays the browsing history of all these Web browsers in one table. The browsing history table includes the following information: Visited URL, Title, Visit Time, Visit Count, Web browser and User Profile. BrowsingHistoryView allows you to watch the browsing history of all user profiles in a running system, as well as to get the browsing history from external hard drive. You can also export the browsing history into csv/tab-delimited/html/xml file from the user interface, or from command-line, without displaying any user interface. Versions History Version 2.36: Added button on the toolbar to delete Chrome / Firefox history records. System Requirements This utility works on any version of Windows, starting from Windows 2000, and up to Windows 10. Both 32-bit and x64 systems are supported. The following Web browsers are supported: Internet Explorer (Version 4.00 and greater) Mozilla Firefox (Version 3.00 and greater) Microsoft Edge Google Chrome Safari Opera (Version 15 or later, which is based on Chrome Web browser) Known Limitations and Problems 'Visit Count' on Internet Explorer Web browser: The 'Visit Count' column is taken "as is" from the history file of Internet Explorer. Unfortunately, Internet Explorer tend to extremely bloat the 'Visit Count' number, which means that you cannot assume that the 'Visit Count' number represents the actual number of times that the user visited the specified Web site. This remark is only relevant for Internet Explorer. Other Web browsers count the number of visits properly, as far as I know. Limitations and problems with reading the history of ...
5/5 2,506 Jan 28, 2020
Nir Sofer
HashMyFiles 32bit v2.36
HashMyFiles 32bit v2.36 HashMyFiles is small utility that allows you to calculate the MD5 and SHA1 hashes of one or more files in your system. You can easily copy the MD5/SHA1 hashes list into the clipboard, or save them into text/html/xml file. HashMyFiles can also be launched from the context menu of Windows Explorer, and display the MD5/SHA1 hashes of the selected file or folder. System Requirements This utility works on Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10. Older versions of Windows are not supported. Versions History Version 2.36: Fixed another problem when hashing multiple files from the Explorer context menu. Using HashMyFiles HashMyFiles doesn't require any installation process or additional DLL files. In order to start using it, simply run the executable file (HashMyFiles.exe). After you run it, you can add files and folders that you want to view their MD5/SHA1 hashes. You can do it by using the 'Add File' and 'Add Folder' options under the File menu, or simply by draging the files and folder from Explorer into the main window of HashMyFiles. After adding the desired files, you can copy the MD5/SHA1 hashes to the clipboard, or save the hashes list into text/html/xml file. Explorer Context Menu HashMyFiles can also be used directly from Windows Explorer. In order to enable this feature, go to the Options menu, and choose the 'Enable Explorer Context Menu' option. After you enable this feature, you can right-click on any file or folder on Windows Explorer, and choose the 'HashMyFiles' item from the menu. If you run the HashMyFiles option for a folder, it'll display the hashes for all files in the selected folder. If you run the HashMyFiles option for a single file, it'll display only the hashes for that file. Notice: Static menu items of Explorer do not support multiple file selection. If you want to get the hash of multiple files ...
5/5 5,331 Aug 21, 2019
Nir Sofer
HashMyFiles 64bit v2.36
HashMyFiles 64bit v2.36 HashMyFiles is small utility that allows you to calculate the MD5 and SHA1 hashes of one or more files in your system. You can easily copy the MD5/SHA1 hashes list into the clipboard, or save them into text/html/xml file. HashMyFiles can also be launched from the context menu of Windows Explorer, and display the MD5/SHA1 hashes of the selected file or folder. System Requirements This utility works on Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10. Older versions of Windows are not supported. Versions History Version 2.36: Fixed another problem when hashing multiple files from the Explorer context menu. Using HashMyFiles HashMyFiles doesn't require any installation process or additional DLL files. In order to start using it, simply run the executable file (HashMyFiles.exe). After you run it, you can add files and folders that you want to view their MD5/SHA1 hashes. You can do it by using the 'Add File' and 'Add Folder' options under the File menu, or simply by draging the files and folder from Explorer into the main window of HashMyFiles. After adding the desired files, you can copy the MD5/SHA1 hashes to the clipboard, or save the hashes list into text/html/xml file. Explorer Context Menu HashMyFiles can also be used directly from Windows Explorer. In order to enable this feature, go to the Options menu, and choose the 'Enable Explorer Context Menu' option. After you enable this feature, you can right-click on any file or folder on Windows Explorer, and choose the 'HashMyFiles' item from the menu. If you run the HashMyFiles option for a folder, it'll display the hashes for all files in the selected folder. If you run the HashMyFiles option for a single file, it'll display only the hashes for that file. Notice: Static menu items of Explorer do not support multiple file selection. If you want to get the hash of multiple files ...
5/5 5,346 Aug 21, 2019
Nir Sofer
   
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