Saturday, March 10, 2007

Saturday, March 10, 2007T3/10/2007 03:20:00 PM
         
 

SIW 1.67 Build 625 is available

- Added "Logical Disks" item. - Added "Follow the Link" right-click menu. - Added Windows Experience Index for Windows Vista. - Added "/append" Command Line Argument. - Added "Remote Licenses". - "Licenses" works for ERD Commander 2005. - Enhanced "Installed Programs". - Enhanced "System Slots". - Enhanced XML Reports. - HTML Reports are Valid HTML 4.01 Transitional. - Added /subject and /body Command Line Options. - Updated Spanish Language. Thanks to Juan Rodríguez Parra Download SIW 1.67 from here. Roboform

12 comments:

qrius said...

Dear mr. Topala
I like using SIW very much.Its a very useful utility.ABOUT THE NEW VERSION-ARE WE SUPPOSED TO DELETE OLDER (1.66 VERSION) AND THEN DOWNLOAD THE LATEST VERSION(I.67)AND USE IT.PLEASE CLARIFY.

THANKS A LOT

Anonymous said...

Both the multi-language & the English versions crash on my system when I attempt to open them. I have Office 2007 & .net 3.0 installed if that helps.

Gabriel Topala said...

Hi qrius,
SIW is a standalone program. There are no dependencies between 1.66 and 1.67. You can keep both or you can delete the old one and keep only the 1.67 version. It's up to you.

Gabriel Topala said...

Hi anonymous,
Can you tell me more?
Error message, operating system?

Guti said...

Hi Gabriel,

Congratulations for developing SIW, and for distributing a freeware version to the community.

Since the commercial change in Everest/Aida, SIW is for sure the best alternative available for Home users.

Stefan said...

Hi Gabriel,

many thanks for the new build!

all the best
Stefan

Nelson Lopes said...

Remote licenses?!
What is remote licenses?

Gabriel Topala said...

Hi nelson lopes,
"Remote Licenses" (not a good name, I'm open to suggestions) shows Licenses (aka serial numbers, product keys) from another installation of windows (not the currently running). For example, if you have one Windows XP and one Windows Vista running on the same machine (different partitions) you can see licenses for the other installation.
Also, please read “How to recover Product Keys from a non-booting Windows Installation” from http://www.gtopala.com/siw-licenses.html

Chuck Willour said...

Regarding the crash problem, I am running Windows XP Pro (32-bit) w/ all current MS patches. The message is the generic MS application crash message w/ the option to submit to MS. When I go to the debug message, it reports an unhandled Win32 exception error (since I do not have a debugger currently installed.) As far as additional info, if there is an address I can send a SIW 1.65 xml file to, let me know.

Chuck Willour said...

The error is a generic unhandled Win32 exception error. The OS is Win XP Pro w/ all current MS patches. If there is an address to send a SIW 1.65 xml file, let me know so I can get you the other system info you need.

Gabriel Topala said...

Hi Chuck Willour,
Can you download, please, the debug version of siw from http://www.gtopala.com/siw_debug/siw.exe ? It creates a LOG file c:\siw_log.txt. Can you send me (siw@gtopala.com) that LOG file?

Stefan said...

"Remote Licenses"
(not a good name, I'm open to suggestions)


Maybe
"Load Licenses"
or
"Fetch Licenses"



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