System Explorer

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nunoleite
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System Explorer

#1 Post by nunoleite » Mon Sep 24, 2007 12:15 pm

Hi!

i found this software:
SystemExplorer 1.0.0.150

Just a .EXE file to run, no need to install.

Features:
# Shows detailed infromations about Processes, Startups, Explorer, IE Addons, Uninstallers, Services, Drivers, Connections and Opened Files
# Can be used as TaskMan replacement
# Easy check of suspicious files via VirusTotal
# Easy search details about file/process in many internet databases
# Easy access to System Utilities
# Autoranking
# Uses minimum memory
# Autoupdate

Homepage: http://systemexplorer.mistergroup.org/
Screenshoot: http://systemexplorer.mistergroup.org/S ... plorer.jpg
Download: http://systemexplorer.mistergroup.org/S ... plorer.exe

Thanks
Nuno Leite

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System Explorer

#2 Post by fromthesticks » Thu Jan 03, 2008 8:35 am

Came across this program and didn't see it in the pfwc. Hadn't checked for registry changes. Nice little prog.

http://systemexplorer.mistergroup.org/

# Features: Detailed informations about Processes, Startups, Explorer, IE Addons, Uninstallers, Windows, Services, Drivers, Connections and Opened Files
# Action History for monitoring processes activities
# Making of Registry & Files snapshots for easy comparing of system changes. Result of comparation is displayed in tree view and text list. Can be used for analysation of product installers/uninstallers (like Total Uninstall)
# Performance graphs for monitoring usage of system resources in time
# Easy check of suspicious files via VirusTotal
# Easy search details about file/process via online databases
# Easy access to System Utilities

UPX compressed version at bottom of page. 443Kb download.

Asks if you want it to run at system startup the first time you run, click no and it doesn't ask again.

Saves settings in a config.ini

powerjuce
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i checked the registry

#3 Post by powerjuce » Thu Jan 03, 2008 12:08 pm

could not find any changes
ps used regshot
i did not search every single entry... :-P

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System Explorer

#4 Post by Arithmomaniac » Sat Feb 07, 2009 8:37 pm

Windows only: When you want to manage your PC's processes, startup items, network connections, windows, tasks, open files, and installed software, you can do that all using the free all-in-one monitoring tools System Explorer. The long list of functionality in System Explorer's broken down into four categories: Monitoring, Autoruns, Software, and Settings (they're tabs across the top). From there you can drill down and manage running processes, files, tasks, and more. While we've seen a few souped-up task manager type apps (like TaskExplorer), System Explorer packs in even more features with a small memory footprint and USB drive-friendly portable version.

http://lifehacker.com/5069392/system-ex ... nd-manager
http://systemexplorer.mistergroup.org/

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#5 Post by I am Baas » Sun Feb 08, 2009 2:03 am


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#6 Post by Arithmomaniac » Sun Feb 08, 2009 9:44 am

So can someone add it?
Arithmomaniac

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Re: SystemExplorer 1.0.0.150

#7 Post by Midas » Tue May 13, 2014 1:38 am

Old topic update: as this is was the original submission post for System Explorer, I have made it the official forum topic for the database entry (http://www.portablefreeware.com/?id=1491).
@webfork: please amend accordingly. TiA. :)

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Re: SystemExplorer

#8 Post by Special » Thu Apr 21, 2016 4:54 pm

New version of this came out today, looks like there is no more a portable version? And this latest one also has this annoying nagging donate bar across the top that can't be removed it seems.

Their website also looks gutted, removal of forums, changelog page, etc. Think it's time I start looking for a replacement for this lovely program and the direction it seems to be going does not look good.

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Re: SystemExplorer

#9 Post by 3D1T0R » Thu Apr 21, 2016 5:46 pm

Actually it came out on April 12th, but there was (and still is) no announcement of the fact.
I'm not particularly familiar with System Explorer's official website (was there a 'portable' download there before?) but PortableApps.com is aware of the new version (v7.1.0), and will be packaging up the new version of System Explorer for a new release of System Explorer Portable in the near future.
~ 3D1T0R

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Re: SystemExplorer

#10 Post by billon » Thu Apr 21, 2016 6:13 pm

Yes, there is only installer now, even uniextracted it open homepage on first start. Also no previous versions, so entry now just dead.
WTF is this shit, another app ruined by crazy dev?
If nothing changed in the future it must be removed from the DB or switched to PA version

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Re: SystemExplorer

#11 Post by JohnTHaller » Fri Apr 22, 2016 7:54 am

System Explorer 7.1.0 came out April 11th. At that time, the website was changed (discovered courtesy of the WayBack Machine) and the portable zip version was removed. Version 7.1.0 comes as an installer only. The files can be extracted with the current release of Universal Extractor and exist within the {app} directory of the extracted files. 7-Zip can not extracted the files. The app still works in portable mode as it did before as long as a config.ini is included in the directory alongside SystemExplorer.exe. One other change is that the app now requires admin rights in portable mode otherwise the service will fail to start and it will show an error that it must be reinstalled.

System Explorer Portable 7.1.0 is available from the app homepage and will work portably out of the box as before.
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Re: SystemExplorer

#12 Post by Special » Fri Apr 22, 2016 9:51 am

Anyway to remove that terrible looking green bar that asks for donations? Even if you donate it still is going to be their on next load, something that annoying is enough for me to never upgrade from 7.0 and look for an alternative.

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Re: SystemExplorer

#13 Post by webfork » Fri Apr 22, 2016 11:11 am

billon wrote:If nothing changed in the future it must be removed from the DB or switched to PA version
The portable version is up on Softpedia's page and appears to mirror the version number:
http://www.softpedia.com/publisher/Mist ... -8315.html

That's an option or we can switch to the Uniextract method (thanks Haller). What works best?

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Re: SystemExplorer

#14 Post by billon » Fri Apr 22, 2016 12:09 pm

I think PA version is simple for users.
If uniexract, you need to create config.ini file. Just blank file? Or with some content? Is it still will be stealth? That's need more testings

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Re: SystemExplorer

#15 Post by smaragdus » Fri Apr 22, 2016 3:00 pm

@Special
Why do you need to search for alternatives if you don't like the latest version? Upgrade is not obligatory. I am still using version 5.9.5.5261 and I am happy with it.

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