Rapid Environment Editor v9.1 build 936

billon on 8 May 2017
  • 4MB (uncompressed)
  • Released on 7 May 2017
  • Suggested by JohnW

Rapid Environment Editor (RapidEE) is an environment variables editor. It includes an easy to use GUI and replaces the small and inconvenient Windows edit box, located in the System Information section.

"Environment variables are specially named string aliases for basic system properties. They contain information such as drive, path, or file name. They control the behavior of various programs. For example, the TEMP environment variable specifies the location in which programs place temporary files." (source)

Category:
System Requirements: WinXP / Vista / Win7 / Win8 / Win10
Writes settings to: Application folder
License: Freeware
How to extract:
  1. Download the ZIP package and extract to a folder of your choice
  2. Create an empty file within this folder called rapidee.ini
  3. Launch rapidee.exe
What's new?
  • Updated Italian and Polish translations.
  • Fixed Polish translation.

8 comments on Rapid Environment Editor  The Portable Freeware Collection Latest Entries Feed

jacobsmith 2010-12-10 02:21

by default it checks for updates on startup, this can be remedied before running by creating RapidEE.ini file in app folder with contents
[Rapid Environment Editor]
checkForUpdates=0

Magibon 2011-04-03 18:43

at first glance, i thought this was similar to Resource Editor, but it's not.

But i can confirm this is stealth, i used the usb.bat launcher.

V4.0 build 707

bajaatan 2011-07-05 11:03

"* 5.0 build 733 (June 1, 2011)

- changed: removed /cd & /usb parameter (as well as corresponding batch files).
To enable "portable mode" just create empty rapidee.ini file"

V5.0 build 737

ChipsNHotSauce 2011-09-17 16:51

This really eases the pain and inconvenience of the built-in environment editor.

V5.1 build 754

Midas 2011-10-14 12:46

While trying this, I updated my PATH variable and found out it substituted some strings for expandable environment variables. Problem is, this variables aren't getting expanded by the system's console, for example, which is most inconvenient. Picture if you can what's like to work without path support for c:\windows or c:\windows\system32...

V6.1 build 786

Midas 2012-04-05 00:47

Previous question hasn't been addressed, so I'm foregoing RapidEE for now. I would really like to know if it addresses issues like the one reported here: http://sites.google.com/site/redmondlab/path

V6.1 build 810

Craunch 2012-07-03 13:45

Midas, I've just been playing with this and ran into the problem you described. On investigation I realised that there are two type of environment variables: Text String and Expandable String. Text String variables (orange tag) will not expand contained references to other environment variables when they are used. Expandable String variables (blue tag) will expand their references when used. You can change their type by F6 or via the right-click menu. These two types seem to be a feature of how Windows now stores environment variables internally.

A few judicious type changes got my environment where I wanted it to be.

V6.1 build 812

Midas 2012-07-04 20:27

Thanks for that, Craunch. Vital info, IMHO. I'll look into it ASAP. :)

V6.1 build 812

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