Faber Toys

Submit portable freeware that you find here. It helps if you include information like description, extraction instruction, Unicode support, whether it writes to the registry, and so on.
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JohnW
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Faber Toys

#1 Post by JohnW » Thu Feb 08, 2007 7:02 am

I'm a little surprised that there SEEMS to be no mention of Faber Toys either in the Database or the Forums.
It is probably portable - to quote from the Site ...
"All information about the program is saved in a configuration file located in the installation directory; this means that no information is saved into the Registry (I don't like programs that fill the Registry with unnecessary data for the System)."

The program provides a reasonably comprehensive audit of Processes (including dependencies), AutoRuns (including access to Registry etc),
File Analysis (including eg PE analysis , imported modules, functions exported), Program Aliases and a hierarchical view of existing windows.

For work on processes I probably just prefer the Sysinternals offerings but this is also a quality product.

To download go to ..
http://www.faberbox.com/fabertoys.asp?action=download
Uni-extract the files and bingo you're on your way.

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#2 Post by AlephX » Thu Feb 08, 2007 7:52 am

Hi!
While it writes its settings to a cfg file (in its folder), it writes the last saved file (and folder position) in the registry... it´s a bit strange...

Maybe it could be accepted as portable... any suggestion/opinion?
I often ask myself: "What have I to ask myself?"...

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#3 Post by AlephX » Sat Feb 10, 2007 3:00 am

AlephX wrote:Hi!
While it writes its settings to a cfg file (in its folder), it writes the last saved file (and folder position) in the registry... it´s a bit strange...

Maybe it could be accepted as portable... any suggestion/opinion?
Andrew tested it and found it to be portable!

Added to the Database!

Thanks, JohnW!
I often ask myself: "What have I to ask myself?"...

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