January 24, 2011
I am happy to announce that LogFusion 1.2.2 is now available for download! This is a small update that significantly improves LogFusion's ability to load extremely large log files. LogFusion 1.2.1 added the ability to load logs with over 1 million lines. This new version improves that ability, allowing log files that are up to 4x larger to be loaded. If you work with large log files, I would encourage you to update to version 1.2.2 today!
January 22, 2011
I am very pleased to announce the release of LogFusion 1.2.1! This release focuses on one issue: loading large log files. I have removed the "Lines to Load" setting and replaced it with a "Bytes to Load" setting that can be disabled if desired. Previously, you could specify that you wanted to load 500 lines (for example) when opening a log file. Now you specify the number of bytes (in MB) to load. This allows for some behind-the-scenes optimizations that allow LogFusion to quickly open and process huge log files. For example, a 600mb log file with over 1 million lines opens in roughly 10 seconds on my test machine. If you work with large log files I encourage you to download this update today!
January 15, 2011
FileSeek 2.1.1 has been released! This is a small update that improves the file size filtering options. The minimum and maximum file size filters can now be configured independently. This makes it easier to filter files using only a minimum or maximum size. Also, the file size unit can now be selected from a list (bytes, KB, MB, GB). This makes it easier to filter large values without having to enter lots of zeros. If you aren't prompted to update by the automatic update check, you can download this new version from the FileSeek Download page.
January 14, 2011
I am very happy to announce the release of HashTools 2.2.0! This new version adds some new features, and fixes a large issue. The first new feature is an improved update check. The new update check is enabled by default, but it can be configured from the Tools menu in HashTools. An icon has been added beside each file in the list to represent the hash comparision result. Grey means unchecked, green is OK and red is a fail. If a file fails a hash check, it means the file is most likely corrupted. Loading multiple selected files using the context menu in Windows Explorer now works as expected on slower machines, or machines that are under heavy load (high CPU usage or disk activity). Previously, HashTools would sometimes skip some files if they weren't loaded fast enough. I would encourage everyone to download this new version today to take advantage of these new features and fixes!
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