EVEREST Home Edition 2.20

Lavalys Consulting Group - (Freeware)

EVEREST Home Edition evaluates and monitors the hardware components of the computer helping to determine which component slows down the computer activity.

EVEREST Home Edition is a practical tool for diagnosis and evaluation of hardware in the computer, although it appear to operate normally.

The software evaluates the operation of the components of the computer, namely the processor, motherboard, BIOS, graphics card, hard drives, network cards, etc. The software takes note of their condition and determine the missing elements.

EVEREST Home Edition also monitor elements such as CPU temperature, the speed of the fans limp, the voltage applied to the AGP port, hard drive status through SMART, etc.

EVEREST Home Edition is not limited only to the evaluation of materials, it also takes into account the state of the programs installed on your system. In other words , the software tests the performance of the following programs: ODBC , DirectX and network drivers.

EVEREST Home Edition 2.20
File Size:
4.0 MB
Windows 2000 / XP
Date Added:
17 Aug 2005
Lavalys Consulting Group
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* Progress dialog improvements
* Deal with cluster tip erasure failures more robustly
* subfolders of the target if they are empty after the erase regardless of whether the folder should be deleted when empty
* Fixed the crash which appears after Erase has been running for a while
* Create a Hide button for the progress dialog
* Relabelled tab order for the progress dialog
* Friendlier error message used when access is denied erasing a file cluster tip.
* Moved the task list to a file in the Local Application Data folder (%LOCALAPPDATA%Eraser 6)
* Allow users to filter log messages by severity
* Fixed crash when "unformatted" drives are installed on the computer.
* Clean up files meant for cleaning up the MFT after we are done with it.
* Log viewer performance optimisations
* Fixed a crash when right-clicking a drive in the Computer folder.
* Fixed restart-run tasks.
* Made the forced closure of file handles optional
* Added first draft of the Eraser documentation
* Allow eraser to be called from the Run dialog
* Fixed crash when erasing FAT file systems.
* Certain file names which could not be erased from the context menu previously can now be erased.
* Allow computers without network adapters to run Eraser
* Disk performance counters can now be used as an entropy source
* Cleaner NTFS MFT erasure.
* Implemented FAT cleaning
* Implemented delete key in the Scheduler.
* Updated the Visual C++ runtime to the latest one (2008SP1 with ATL security fix)
* Installer bootstrapper improvements
* Do not stop running a task if one target does not exist.
* NTFS MFT Cleaning improvements.
* Allow many files to be dragged into the Eraser Window.
* Erase MFT resident files before expanding the file to clear the cluster.
* When selecting too many files to erase from the Eraser context menu in Windows Explorer display a helpful error message instead of failing without any reason.
* Fixed Eraser being unable to exit when started at logon.
* Allow an elevated instance of Eraser to be controlled remotely by the same user.
* Fixed crash when deleting multiple tasks
* Added Italian localisation support
* Compile Warning fixes
* Don't check the SFC filelist if the given path name is longer than 255 characters
* Implemented Italian localisation
* Fixed build process for developers without code signing certificates
* Rearranged the Italian settings panel to fit longer strings
* More Italian localisation work
* Display the language name in the .NET framework language for all Eraser translations for uniformity
* Display untranslated strings in debug builds as "untranslated" but use the English string in release builds
* Fixed updater crash
* More Italian localisation work; added support for Shell Extension translations
* Implemented Shell Extension translation switching (controlled from the Eraser Settings page)


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