In D7 v4.7.9 (currently available only as a pre-release update) I’ve added a sweet new feature! D7 Locksmith – a function to remove passwords from offline Windows installations. What you do: You can either slave the HDD to your Tech Bench Computer, or boot the client’s PC to a WinPE based boot CD with D7 […]
Here’s what’s new in the last few versions of D7 (currently at v4.7.4): General: Del Temp Files function now also does Windows Update temps (%windir%SoftwareDistributionDownload) Repair Permissions time is vastly reduced by combining command line parameters for subinacl (duh!) clicking the X to close D7 will prompt you as to HOW to close D7 (completely, […]
D7 v4.6.4 now includes special methods related to deleting the reparse point created by this malware on the Tweaks tab > NTFS Junctions. The new function is “Destroy Junction” which will be able to delete the junction point on top of the directory where the malware hides, allowing you to then delete that directory. Haven’t […]
First, I’ve added the ability to use a whitelist with KillEmAll. The feature is designed for adding your remote support app to the whitelist, so you can run KillEmAll on a remote support session and it won’t kill your connection software (e.g. Teamviewer, etc.) You could use the whitelist for other items, but why? Additionally, […]
Today I officially released D7 v4.5 New Features: Inside D7’s internal event viewer, you now have the ability to: Write your own messages to the application event log. CLEAR the event logs, and optionally have then backed up. Backups of the event logs are created as %systemroot%%eventlogname%.evt Backups may be opened and viewed […]
Now the functions that manipulate hidden files, superhidden files, and file extensions, take effect INSTANTLY. Previously, the functions would take anywhere from several seconds to even minutes before the changes were noticeable. I never did figure out why that was – but I did figure out how to force the change instantly, because that other mess […]
D7 has a new feature, registry search. What’s so special about the registry search vs. regedit or other registry tools? Search entire registry, or individual keys/subkeys. Search results are all displayed in one window where you can take action on multiple (or all) search results at once. Mass deletion of selected or all results, […]
Starting with D7 v4.4.3, just released, I am allowing people to download PRE-RELEASE versions of D7 within the D7 updater. This means that prior to v4.4.4 (and future versions) releases, you’ll be able to download them ahead of time while they are still being developed. Naturally, the PRE-RELEASE version may (or may not!) be more […]
No injury or major damage sustained due to Irene for me and my people, so we were very fortunate. I am having a few issues with my development machine after some power outtages, however I will have all that worked out soon and will be able to continue development on D7 and dSupport!
Improvements to existing functionality since v4.3: Clear Proxy Settings function now works with Firefox! Of course, since my last blog post, I’ve also made these improvements: Fixed issue with Delete Temp Files freezing or causing D7 to crash. Added more registry search locations to Malware Scan (HKU.Default) Added custom search engines to D7 […]
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