Compute and Check Hashes with One Click!

HashTools computes and checks hashes with just one click! Supports CRC32, MD5, SHA1, SHA256, SHA384, SHA512 and SFV's, as well as integration into the Windows Explorer context menu for one-click access.

HashTools: Compute and Check Hashes with One Click!
Many Hash Formats

Many Hash Formats

HashTools supports a variety of hash formats, including CRC32, MD5, SHA1, SHA256, SHA384 and SHA512. HashTools can even generate SFV files if needed.
Windows Integration

Windows Integration

HashTools can also add itself to the Windows Explorer context menu for easy access. Just select a file to generate a hash for, click on the button for the type of hash to generate and watch the result quickly appear.
Completely Free

Completely Free

HashTools is completely free, now and forever!
Download HashTools!

Download HashTools!

Download HashTools right now, it's completely free!
No trials, no expiry, just awesome software that's free to use.
Download HashTools today!

What's New

CheckCentral
We've added a new option for CheckCentral subscriptions. If your organization could use more than a standard Enterprise Subscription offers, you can now purchase subscription Add-On Packs. These provide additional checks, groups, and SMS notifications on top of your existing subscription limits. Organization administrators can set up Add-On Packs on their subscription management page.
Read more  •  Apr 10
WallpaperFusion
Congratulations to our top contributing members for March 2017! They have been hard at work submitting, rating, and discussing images on WallpaperFusion, and have racked up some impressive reputation scores along the way!
Read more  •  Apr 1
DisplayFusion
Monitor Splitting is a feature that allows you to divide up your physical monitors into smaller "virtual" monitors. Each split section can have its own desktop wallpaper, taskbar, and screen saver. Maximizing an application will constrain it to the split sections, instead of the entire monitor. Note that each of those features can be enabled or disabled with splits, so if you want to have appli...
Read more  •  Mar 28
Visit HashTools on FacebookVisit HashTools on TwitterVisit HashTools on Google+Visit HashTools on LinkedInSearch for HashTools on RedditFollow HashTools on RSSVisit HashTools on Instagram
©2017 Binary Fortress  •  News  •  Discussions  •  FAQ  •  Support  •  Privacy  •  ToS