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System Explorer 2.0 Portable Development Test 1

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mistercz
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System Explorer 2.0 Portable Development Test 1

Application: System Explorer
Category: Utilities
Description: System Explorer portable is a tool that provides informations about Detailed informations about Tasks, Processes, Modules, Startups, IE Addons, Uninstallers, Windows, Services, Drivers, Connections and Opened Files. Easy check of suspicious files via VirusTotal or Jotti service. Easy search details about file/process via online databases. Performance graphs for monitoring usage of system resources in time. And more!

Download System Explorer 2.0 Portable Development Test 1 [1.0MB download / 1.2MB installed]
(MD5: 2E47609949A01720FAB7B3381FC8B071)

Release Notes:

Development Test 1

  • System Explorer 2.0 Portable compiled with PortableApps.com installer

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Looks good

One thing is the naming conventions at Portableapps.com would have this be a development test rather than a beta. Looking at the site it appears the app itself is a beta therefore the name of the file should be:
Download System Explorer 2.0 Portable Beta 1 Development Test 1
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mistercz
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Thank you...System Explorer

Thank you...System Explorer 2.0 full is already released...so I change the name to System Explorer 2.0 Portable Development Test 1. Thanks

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Seeing as this has stalled

Seeing as this has stalled and been superseded by a newer project, shouldn't the test release table entry be changed to reflect the other project thread. Also maybe worth adding a note into the OP saying this development has stopped and give a link to the new work. Lastly, maybe lock this thread?

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