Fredledingue Posted May 28, 2006 Share Posted May 28, 2006 (edited) Installed Files Checker 4.8(by Fredledingue)Homepage - more infosDirect downloadQuickely check and compare files in the "Windows" folder, the "Program Files" folder, the root of "Drive C" and in folders of your choice (and their subfolders) to help you to track changes in your system.This application is very useful and handy everytime you install or uninstall something. You can also do a check regularly without installing or uninstalling anything, for keeping a watch on your system or just for fun. It takes only a few seconds.If something goes wrong you can always try to find out what has changed since it was all right.See also:The W98 System Restore (or Back Up) Script ProjectWhat's new?4.8-Fixed unability to check files when the DOS version is changed (w98) and the DIR command gives a different output.-Improved: lower risk of false modified or missing/added couples in normal times thanks to the fix above.-Added buttons "See Archives" and "Setings"4.7-Fixed: The folder being checked not properly showing-Fixed: New bug where folders didn't open from their link in the results page (bug in "Escape" method)4.6-New: Support for Windows XP and other OSes using the same DOS version.-New: Displaying system file versions (exe, dll etc) for added and modified files-Improved: Slightly faster-Improved: Option to shrink or expand table cells containing long names-Improved: Style (color, table, font etc) and better html code-Improved: Focus directly on the "comment" box-Improved: Displaying the folder being checked when this one takes a long time to do-Fixed: Potential mistakes when more than 50 files have been added or missing in the same folder-Fixed: White space preceding file names when the hour in the file date is followed by "a" or "p" (very minor bug)-Fixed: Main window hiding the taskbar when enlarged for viewing details-Changed: Location of the program's registry entries4.5b (silent update - no effect while using)-Fixed minor bug with registry (ProgramFilesDir)4.5-Improved: Configuration panel now reads old settings if any.-Improved: Use of registry (finished) and other minor things in the code.-Fixed: Configuration panel showing an "Ok" dialog box instead of "Yes No".-Fixed: Configuration panel not showing the Program Files folder"We can do it fast... or we can do it realy fast!" Edited August 3, 2011 by Fredledingue Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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