Discussion in 'other software & services' started by mood, Feb 17, 2020.
OpenHashTab v2.1.0 Released (February 11, 2020)
Thanks maybe it is time to replace HashCheck because it seems abandoned.
OpenHashTab v2.2.0 Released (March 19, 2020)
Interesting. Will try it later.
Waisted my time on this. Doesn't work for me.
Backup image restored.
Back to my old trusted CryptoSuite.
OpenHashTab v2.3.0 Released (October 14, 2020)
HashTab is as native to my units as the O/S version I use. 8.1
In every one of them & Windows 10 too on rare occasions tinkering with it.
Will give this a try since it's a shell extension and me is big on these informative-handy andy system addons.
OpenHashTab v3.0.1 Released (January 31, 2021)
Spoiler: Changes v3.0.1
reproducible builds, built by GitHub Actions
symbols now also uploaded
now built with clang, for an extra 5-10% performance
algorithms now built separately for various CPU features, and loaded accordingly
added a Cancel button, visible during hashing
standalone version, associated with sumfiles (optional)
windowed, resizable instance startable from context menu (optional)
much better long path handling
more conforming sumfile format (Unix line endings, forward slashes, optional)
BOM support for sumfiles
base64 support for sumfiles (checking only for now)
corz .hash checking and exporting
SFV checking and export
now we have an icon
lots of new settings
VirusTotal lookup button (thanks to ProcessHacker)
option to automatically enable algorithms based on sumfile or clipboard hash
update check button
always using shell font (eg. chinese is now antialiased)
+8 algorithms, MD2 removed
now sortable by clicking on headers
user installer (no admin). old one now called system
more precise and safe clipboard hash detection
note: v3.0.0 had a bug with update checker
Thanks! What is the difference between OpenHashTab_setup_system.exe and OpenHashTab_setup_user.exe?
Same question. Difference please
"user installer" => C:\Users\<user>\AppData\Local\Programs\OpenHashTab
"system installer" => C:\Program Files (x86)\OpenHashTab\
I am still using Implbits Hashtab but I see it hasn't been updated since 15 Jul 2017 ... is that abandoned or still fine to use?
Or is this a recommended active replacement?
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