|Depends||Dependancy viewer displays every api call that an executable (exe, dll, ocx, ...) makes. It tells you what file the entry is in, what directory it is in, its version and date. Simply executing the tool automatically adds the appropriate entries to the registry so that when you right click any executable, View Dependances is one of the options.|
|WinDiff||Compares 2 files or 2 directories and displays the differences. In general, I prefer ExamDiff, except that WinDiff also compares directories. You should try them both.|
|WinSight||This lists every component displayed on the desktop. You can watch the parameters change. (Double click to see additional info.) Can trace windows messages. Available via Start / Programs / Delphi / WinSight32|
|Image Editor||This allows you to create and/or edit resource files.
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|notepad||This is the most important tool on any system.|
|MSinfo||Names every loaded executable - exe, dll, ocx, ...
Comes with MS Office and other MS apps.
Version 4.10 does NOT support column sorting.
Available via Start / Programs / Accessories / System Tools / System Information
|WinTop||Free from the MS web site. Lists all loaded executables and shows processor usage.|
|Resource Hacker||FREEWARE utility to view, modify, add, and delete resources in Win32 executables (exe, dll, ocx, cpl, bpl) and *.res files. I have used this to debug icon and mouse cursor problems.|
|ExamDiff||FREEWARE utility to compare 2 files. The Pro (not free) version compares directories and indicates which word or character is different.|