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MD5 Hash Checker - MD5 Digester v1.2 Print
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Tuesday, 31 March 2009 21:01

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MD5: 96276f5eebb50b382c4fbffb88dc9e5c

Practically everyone that has downloaded a file that had an MD5 hash listed has probably wished there was a more convenient way to verify the hash. This simple tool will create a context menu in Windows Explorer so all you have to do is right-click on the file that you downloaded to check the hash.

To install: Simply run md5dig.exe. It will automatically install the Windows Explorer context menu the first time you run it.

Here's an example of how to use the MD5 Digester:
Let's take the PHP.net web site for example; You would first download the file and then copy the MD5 hash to the clipboard.

Then right-click on the file and choose "MD5" from the context menu.

If the hash in the clipboard matches the hash of the file, the hash will be displayed in Green

If the hashes don't match, it will show the hash in Red, like it does here after I added a file to the .bz2 archive. You can also copy the file's hash into the clipboard by double clicking on it.

If MD5 Digester doesn't detect any string in the clipboard, it will just show you the hash of the file, in which case you can still easily compare what is on the web site with what the MD5 Digester shows.

If you prefer to view hashes in upppercase, check the "Use Uppercase" checkbox. You can also view the full path of the file by holding the mouse cursor over the filename.

Update: 2009-04-03 - Fixed problem reading hashes from file paths that contained spaces.
Update: 2009-04-08 - Changed user interface. Added ability to view hashes in Uppercase or Lowercase.
Update: 2009-04-20 - Added an Uninstall button in the about menu to remove the Windows Explorer context menu for MD5 Digester.

Last Updated on Thursday, 28 May 2009 13:51
 
Pixel Point 2.0 Print
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Monday, 16 March 2009 20:39

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Pixel Point allows you to capture the color of any pixel on your display and show you the color code for many different applications.

Features

  • Easy captures color codes for RGB, HLS, HSV, CMYK, HTML, FrontPage, Delphi, Visual Basic, and C++.
  • Also allows you to choose a color from a palette.

System Requirements

  • Windows 9x/Me/NT/2000/XP

  

Last Updated on Tuesday, 07 April 2009 15:34