OpenedFilesView displays the list of all opened files on your system. For each opened file, additional information is displayed: handle value, read/write/delete access, file postion, the process that opened the file, and more. Optionally, you can also close one or more opened files, or close the process that opened these files.
- Added 'Close Processes Of Selected Files'. As opposed to the 'Kill Processes Of Selected Files' option that brutally kills the process, this option sends a request to the application to close itself as soon as possible (using WM_QUERYENDSESSION and WM_EN
- Added closeprocess and killprocess commands to the /closefile and /closefolder command-line options, which allow you to close/kill the process instead of closing the file handle, for example: OpenedFilesView.exe /closefile closeprocess "c:\myfile.txt"
- Added 'Elevated Process' column
- Added new information to 'Attributes' column: 'T' for 'Temporary File', 'I' for 'Not Content Indexed', 'E' for encrypted file, 'X' for 'No Scrub File', and 'V' for 'Integrity Attribute'
Reviewing 1.30 (Jan 16, 2009)
This program does exactly as advertised, so it gets a 5.
Howvever, I'm not sure of what use this will be to the average user. When I openned the program, it showed me the 447 files that were open. Oh, I recognized many, but there were so many more I did not.
When I downloaded this program, I thought it might be useful in determining whether or not some "malware" program was running, though I did not believe one actually was. But, I realized that I would probably get so many results and that I would not be able to tell which of the files should be running, which of the files must be running, and which of the files were running, but should not be. Unfortunately, I was correct and I find that this program, as interesting as it is, will not be valuable to me.
It is a 5. It is (to me) of no worth.
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