– Fixed a lot of bugs
– Fixed a minor bug in the MetaData tables
– Fixed minor resizing bug on Vista
– General improvements
– Significantly improved the interface
– Improved Resource Editor
– Improved Rebuilder (added checksum update and strip debug directory)
– Improved Data Directories viewer
– Improved Hex Editor
– Improved Sections Dialog (added section’s hex view)
– Improved MetaData Tables
– Extended the SDK
– Added powerful very scripting language
– Added documentation for the scripting language
– Added security features for the scripting language
– Added support for generic files
– Added Name Unmangler
– Added Debug Directory
– Added Dependency Walker
– Added Quick Disassembler (x86, x64)
Hope you like it.
After months of work I finally have a release.
Only today I had 4000 unique visitors on NTCore!
It all began yesterday evening when I reached in 3062 visitors. I really couldn’t believe my eyes when I saw the number on my visitors counter. What happened? I noticed going through the referrals that I had been linked by several major sites. One of them was del.icio.us.
In one and a half day I reached 7000 unique visitors.
Why? Because of Vista4Experts, which, after not even a week of being released, has being linked everywhere on the net. Really a big hit. If you type it into google, you’ll find more than 30,000 results. And, I repeat, that’s after not even a week that I uploaded this software on NTCore.
Webpages and blogs from all over the world are talking about it.
PC World asked me if they could host the program as well, because they are covering it in an article about Windows Vista.
All this tells me that I was right about my criticism about Vista and a lot of people, even not experts, feel like me.