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  • 3 weeks later...

Version 19.04.29 

  • DNSQuerySniffer v1.76
  • HWiNFO v6.04
  • AppNetworkCounter v1.15
  • ScreenToGif v2.17
  • LiveTcpUdpWatch v1.16
  • ScreenToGif v2.17.1
  • CrystalDiskInfo 8.1.0
  • SIV v5.38
  • UninstallView  v1.25
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Version 19.05.10

  • Don't Sleep 5.16
  • GPU-Z v2.20.0
  • CurrPorts v2.55
  • TaskSchedulerView v1.50
  • Fichier de langue de IPNetInfo v1.85
  • Ajout d'un fichier de config pour ScreenToGif.
  • Ajout des entrées de registre pour lancer en tant qu'administrateur les programmes le nécessitant (entrées supprimées à la désinstallation).
  • Suppression du raccourci de désinstallation du Menu Démarrer: le désinstaller à partir de ce raccourci ne supprimait pas le dossier "utilitaires" du Menu Démarrer, la désinstallation à partir du panneau de désinstallation de Windows n'est pas touchée par ce bug.
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Version 19.07.01

  • Don't Sleep 5.45
  • Process Explorer v16.26
  • CurrPorts v2.60
  • DNSQuerySniffer v1.80
  • HWiNFO v6.08
  • SIV v5.39
  • RegScanner v2.35
  • CPU-Z v1.89.1
  • Autoruns v13.96
  • CrystalDiskInfo 8.2.0
  • AlternateStreamView v1.56
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Version 19.10.06

  • UninstallView v1.33
  • CrystalDiskInfo 8.3.0
  • HWMonitor 1.41
  • Process Explorer v16.30
  • TaskSchedulerView v1.52
  • Rufus 3.8
  • GPU-Z v2.25
  • Don't Sleep 5.66
  • AppCompatibilityView v1.02
  • HWiNFO v6.12
  • DNSDataView v1.60
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  • 2 months later...

Version 20.04.09

  • ScreenToGif 2.23
  • HWiNFO v6.24
  • LiveTcpUdpWatch v1.30
  • WifiHistoryView v1.55
  • Don't Sleep 6.36
  • RegScanner v2.46
  • CrystalDiskInfo 8.4.2
  • Rufus 3.8
  • CurrPorts v2.61
  • GPU-Z v2.30.0
  • ReNamer 7.2
  • UninstallView v1.36
  • WhoisThisDomain v2.42
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