FAQware Expands Windows File Analysis
Expanded information library of executable files
Mountain View, CA (March 5, 2010) - FAQware made publicly available today its' expanded FaultWire file analysis and details for all Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP executables, drivers and services. The library covers more than 50,000 files used in different variants and versions of Windows 7, Vista and XP.
"While last year we delivered an amazing amount of file analysis data, we have further updated and enhanced our file details analysis to include data from 64-bit Windows versions, the newest updates to Windows 7, and new expanded detail information." said Mr. van Gilluwe, President of FAQware. "With these improvements, user's are finding that FaultWire holds the most extensive repository of accurate Windows file details anywhere." stated Mr. van Gilluwe.
The new analysis includes the latest updates for Windows 7, Vista and XP. For the first time, FAQware now covers 64-bit versions of Windows 7 and Vista files as well.
For improvements to the file details, they now include include help and resources. Command line executables often include built in help. When available, we've added a new help section to show the help and various options the program offers.
Many files contain resources that are used by the program to display dialogs, output text, and handle images. The expanded file details now displays the counts of each type of resource. For specific resources, such as icons and cursors, FAQware has extracted the images and placed them in a single image for easy viewing. Text string resources and dialog titles are also extracted to help understand what the program may do.
General access is available on the FaultWire.com web site under File Lookup. A small sampling of the FaultWire file analysis repository include:
The File Analysis library was assembled, analyzed and refined by the FaultWire team of IT and engineering specialists over much of 2008 and 2009 and was completely updated in 2010. Ongoing updates and new content are continually added.
The FAQware® team has been creating software and developing content rich web sites since 1998. The FAQware team works hard to deliver easy to find answers to Frequently Asked Questions in targeted areas, along with helpful details, explanations, reviews, links and much more. Additional information on FAQware is available at www.FAQware.com.
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