Friday, December 19, 2008

RegDllView v1.20

RegDllView v1.20
Copyright (c) 2007 - 2008 Nir Sofer
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RegDllView is a small utility that displays the list of all registered
dll/ocx/exe files (COM registration). For each registered file, you can
view the last date/time that it was registered, and the list of all
registration entries (CLSID/ProgID).

System Requirements
This utility works on any version of Windows - from Windows 98 to Windows

Versions History
* Version 1.20
o Added 'Control Entries' column (Number of registered controls for
the specified file)
o Added 'Threading Model' and 'Last Write Time' columns for the
lower pane.

* Version 1.15
o Added name-only column (without the full path)
o Added version information columns (Product Name, Product Version,
Company Name, and so on...)

* Version 1.10
o Added new option: Delete All Entries For Selected Files - You can
use this option when the file is missing and you cannot use the
unregister option.
o Fixed bug: The main window lost the focus when the user switched
to another application and then returned back to RegDllView.

* Version 1.03 - Fixed Bug: Registered exe files with command-line
parameters displayed as missing.
* Version 1.02 - Added support for saving as comma-delimited file.
* Version 1.01 - Fixed Bug: shell32.dll displayed as missing file.
* Version 1.00 - First Release.

Start Using RegDllView
RegDllView doesn't require any installation process or additional DLLs.
Just copy the executable file (RegDllView.exe) to any folder you like,
and run it.
The main window of RegDllView has 2 panes:
* The upper pane - Displays the list of all registered files.
* The lower pane - Displays the list of all COM registration entries of
the selected file in the upper pane.

Tips for using RegDllView
* If you want to view the files that registered in the last hours/days,
simply click the 'Last Registered On' column, and the list will be
sorted according to the registration date.
* If you want to find obsolete registrations on your system, simply
click the 'Missing File' in order to sort the list by 'Missing File'
* You can unregister multiple dll files simply by selecting them in the
upper pane, and then using the "Unregister Selected Files" option.
However, this feature won't work on missing/corrupted files.
* The 'System Entries' column displays the number of COM entries under
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Classes\CLSID for the specified file.
* The 'User Entries' column displays the number of COM entries under
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Classes\CLSID for the specified file.

Handy tool to discover system dll's ocx and others

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