Colin Seymour's Software Pages

New in March 2021: New versions of  GuidScreener,  WAVToCode and  wxLeakyBin

The software I make available here was written by me, with third party contributions acknowledged where appropriate, and is generally freeware unless stated otherwise. The applications are summarised in the Contents list below:

Contents

wxLeakyBin

wxLeakyBin is a graphical tool to assist in identifying even small memory leaks quickly.

wxLeakyBin allows you to view system and process memory usage graphically in fine detail.

By using a magnified scale factor, and the option to plot commit charge for individual processes as well as the system, you can detect even small memory leaks that are too small to show up on the regular Task Manager.

You can measure changes in memory usage and rates of change using markers and linear regression on the graph, which has calibrated grid intervals.

Update speeds can be set down to 100ms intervals, 5 times faster than Task Manager.

It should run on Windows 7, Windows Server 2008, and later versions.

Version 1.0.1 has been rebuilt with a revised About box, and fixes for 64 bit compiler warnings. The help files and installers have been updated and an install package for both architectures added.

For further information, see the help files online here:

Program Icon  wxLeakyBin Help

Windows Download: Install_wxLeakyBin101_32_All.zip, Version 1.0.1, updated March 8, 2021, 3.1 MB (32 bit)

Windows Download: Install_wxLeakyBin101_64_All.zip, Version 1.0.1, updated March 8, 2021, 3.1 MB (64 bit)

Windows Download: Install_wxLeakyBin101_Both.zip, Version 1.0.1, updated March 8, 2021, 6.2 MB (Both 32 bit and 64 bit versions)

WAVToCode

This is a WAV File to C Code Converter, which is a freeware application for generating sound data in C code format from WAV files, e.g. for embedded processor projects.

WavtoCode features include:

  • Support for IEEE float format WAV files
  • 64 bit version
  • Support for saving 24 bit format WAV and C files
  • Improved support for large files
  • Auto-scaling options

You can read the help files and revision history for the WAVToCode software online without installing the software here:

Program Icon  WavToCode Help, updated March 5th, 2021

Windows Download (Both 32 bit and 64 bit versions): Install_WavtoCode111_Both.zip, Version 1.1, released March 5th, 2021, 1.87 Mb

Windows Download (32 bit version): Install_WavtoCode111_32.zip, Version 1.1.1, released March 5th, 2021, 957 kb

Windows Download (64 bit version): Install_WavtoCode111_64.zip, Version 1.1.1, released March 5th, 2021, 966 kb

Version 1.1.1 is a maintenance rebuild, with build configurations tidied, copyrights, dates, installers and help files updated.

GuidScreener

Program Icon

GuidScreener is a custom GUID/UUID generator that generates RFC 4122 format GUIDs from the system generator or a high quality random number generator and allows you to preset selected digits to generate a more easily recognisable ID (e.g. C0FFEE42-31C2-478A-A6A3-97F1EBCA6256), or groups of GUIDs that will appear adjacent in a sorted list (freeware).

Help information is built in (Main menu Help/Help or F1 key).

It should run on Windows 7, Windows Server 2008, and later versions. Tested on Windows 7, Windows 10, Windows Server 2008 RC2. Note: The previous Linux and Mac builds are no longer available due to zero feedback about anybody using the app on those systems.

Windows Download: Install_GuidScreener102_32_All.zip, Version 1.0.2, updated March 4, 2021, 3 MB (32 bit)

Windows Download: Install_GuidScreener102_64_All.zip, Version 1.0.2, updated March 4, 2021, 3.1 MB (64 bit)

Windows Download: Install_GuidScreener102_Both_All.zip, Version 1.0.2, updated March 4, 2021, 6.1 MB (64 bit) (both 32 bit & 64 bit)

After you have installed for one architecture, installing for the other will cause the installer to alert you that there is an existing installation. However, there are no conflicts expected between having both architectures installed.

Installation Details

GuidScreener is normally installed by running the installer "Install_GuidScreener102_32_All.exe", which may be packaged inside a zip file for distribution, i.e. "Install_GuidScreener102_32_All.zip". The 64 bit version is installed by "Install_GuidScreener102_64_All.exe", packaged as "Install_GuidScreener102_64_All.zip"

The 32 bit version will run on 32 bit and 64 bit Windows. The 64 bit version will run only on 64 bit Windows.

Run the installer normally (do not start it by running "as administrator"). Windows will display a User Account Control dialog to ask if you want to allow the program to make changes on your computer. You will need to allow this to get installation rights.

Next, if you have already installed for the other architecture, the installer will alert you that there is an existing installation. However, there are no conflicts expected between having both architectures installed.

Assuming you click "OK" to that, then the installer will show a Welcome page which recommends that you close all other applications, although this is not normally essential.

Clicking Next takes you to the Licence Agreement page. All licence details, including third-party licences, will be available in the installation directory after installation. After you click I Agree, the installer takes you to the Installation Location dialog. Normally, the default C:\Program Files or C:\Program Files (x86) location is fine. These installers will install for all users.

Clicking Next takes you to the Start menu options page, where you can choose to add a Start menu shortcut or not - the selection is made by a checkbox, which is checked by default.

Clicking Install then starts the installation process. At the end of the installation log displayed on this page, you should see "Completed".

When installation is complete, clicking Next displays a page that is titled "Completing GuidScreener Setup". This includes a checkbox to run GuidScreener, which you can check if you want to run GuidScreener immediately. Due to Windows recommendations to avoid cluttering desktops, there is no "Create desktop shortcut" checkbox. You can create one yourself later if you want one. You can then click Finish to close the installer. If you don't run GuidScreener from the installer, you can start it from the Start Menu.

Revision Notes

Version 1.0.2 adds an "Export" button to version 1.0.1, so that you can save the generated GUID list to a file.

Uninstallation Details

Close the app first if it is running, type 'remove' into the Start menu search box and select 'Change or remove a program', then uninstall GuidScreener from the list by right-clicking on it.

Visual Colour Selector

Visual Colour Selector is a colour palette preparation app that previews colours from 8 built-in colour definition (palette) files, including the predefined colours of CSS3 recognised by a wide range of browsers, the X11 colours (a set of 502 distinct color values with some used as the basis for the CSS colours), the wxColourDatabase colour database from wxWidgets (a cross-platform C++ graphical user interface software library), and two third-party palettes designed with suitability for colour-blind people in mind. Users can also add their own palette files using a simple text format and open and save several common file formats.

You can copy colour names and RGB values in decimal or hex format to the clipboard for use in coding, web design etc.

You can create a subset of colours from any number of colour definition files as a custom selected palette, and then filter the selected palette to get a palette of colours optimised for visual colour separation using CIE delta-E colour separation standards, or generate an optimised palette from randomly generated colours with user-specified ranges of hue, saturation and value/luminance in HSV or HSL colour space.

Colours are also shown simulated as seen by people with colour deficiencies (protanopia, deuteranopia, and tritanopia) and you can generate optimised palettes accounting for these colour deficiencies.

You can evaluate contrast between light and dark colours in a filtered palette according to WCAG 2.0 (ISO/IEC 40500:2012) criteria, with the option to evaluate the contrast accounting for colour deficiencies.

WCAG accessibility is increasingly a requirement for government websites, e.g. US Section 508 federal websites and digital content, the Canadian Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA), UK government Digital Service Standard, EU commission websites, Australian Disability Discrimination Act, Hong Kong government websites, Indian government websites, etc.

You can view the light and dark palette colours in separate lists, based on whether the colours are respectively above or below the average luminance of the whole filtered palette.

You can save selected, filtered, light and dark palettes palettes in X11, JASC PAL, ACO, ASE and GIMP file formats, and also open palette files in the same file formats.

You can edit individual colour names and values in selected, filtered, light and dark palettes.

Selected, filtered, light and dark palettes are auto-saved together with optimiser settings to ensure that you won't lose working data when you close the app, or in the event of a crash.

You can also preview image files, including simulation of colour deficiencies.

You can download the freeware build of Visual Colour Selector via the links below (previous registration limitations have been removed). Compatible with Windows 7, 8, and 10.

Downloads for Visual Colour Selector

Visual Colour Selector is supported on Windows operating systems Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 R2 and later versions, and has been tested on Windows 7 and Windows 10. Note: The previous Linux and Mac builds are no longer available due to zero feedback about anybody using the app on those systems.

Windows Download: Install_VisColSel120_32_All.zip, Version 1.2.0.0, built Feb 22nd 2021, 6.2 MB (32 bit)

Windows Download: Install_VisColSel120_64_All.zip, Version 1.2.0.0, built Feb 22nd 2021, 5.7 MB (64 bit)

Windows Download: Install_VisColSel120_Both.zip, Version 1.2.0.0, built Feb 22nd 2021, 11.9 MB (both 32 bit & 64 bit)

Also available at Softpedia: Softpedia Visual Colour Selector page
"Preview colors from various palettes with the help of this piece of software that comes with chromatic filtering and optimization, contrast assessment, and more"
100% Clean: This product was last tested in the Softpedia Labs on 25th of February 2021.

For detailed installation procedures, see the help files online here:

Program Icon  Visual Colour Selector Help

Circuit Scribe

Circuit Scribe is a circuit/schematic drawing and netlisting program that I created originally to give me the ability to illustrate my Electronics web pages.

Current version - 1.0.2.0: To install, simply extract the Install_CCTScribe102_32_All.exe (for the 32 bit version), or Install_CCTScribe102_64_All.exe (for the 64 bit version) from the downloaded Install_CCTScribe102.zip file, and run it.

Example project and library files are included. On a 64 bit Windows 7 PC, the 32 bit version will normally be installed to "C:\Program Files (x86)\CJS CCTScribe32", with library files in the "lib" subdirectory and sample project files in the "project" subdirectory.

The 642 bit version will normally be installed to "C:\Program Files\CJS CCTScribe64", with library files in the "lib" subdirectory and sample project files in the "project" subdirectory.

The installer will give a warning if the version for the other architecture is already installed, but you can still go ahead and install both 32 and 64 bit versions if you wish.

The software is free for personal non-profit and commercial use and is provided as freeware. No registration or licensing is necessary. It should run on Windows 7 and later - it has been tested on Windows 7 and Windows 10.

Windows Download: Install_CCTScribe102.zip, Version 1.0.2.0, built 4 ‎February ‎2021, 3.6 Mb

You can read the help files for the Circuit Scribe software online without installing the software here:

Program Icon  Circuit Scribe Help

With Circuit Scribe software, you can:

  • Create and print circuit diagrams (schematics)
  • Create screen-capture graphics for use in illustrating web pages
  • Export netlists to PCB layout software
  • Export netlists to Spice circuit simulation software
  • Export Bill of Materials lists
  • Automatically create new component outlines by importing IBIS files

Circuit Scribe's line and colour editing features allow you to create illustration quality layouts as well as doing routine circuit design and documentation.

To illustrate this, I created an example of a circuit illustration (part of which is shown below), based on an illustration that I created originally in 2001 (in the page thumbnail on the right) for publication (Seymour C J, "The Road to High Frequency Applications for SiC Power Diodes", Power Electronics Europe, Issue 6, 2001).

The example started with standard general library components from the built-in library file, which were then modified to thicken lines and include different fill colours in certain component objects, creating the library "Illex.lib", which is provided in the library samples when Circuit Scribe is installed, and the circuit layout was further augmented with text and drawing elements, resulting in the example file "PwrOsc.cct".

Thumbnail image of page from Power Electronics Europe, Issue 6, 2001 Power Electronics Europe, Issue 6, 2001

The following extract shows part of the original "PwrOsc.cct" schematic:

Extract of Power Oscillator Illustration

For the entire illustration layout, click here.

Older Versions

Version 1.0.1.0

To install this legacy version, simply extract the Install_CCTScribe.exe file from the downloaded Install_CCTScribe.zip file, and run it. There is an uninstallation tool on the Start menu. Example project and library files are included. On a 64 bit Windows 7 PC, it will normally be installed to "C:\Program Files (x86)\CJS\CCTScribe", with library files in the "lib" subdirectory and sample project files in the "project" subdirectory.

The software is free for personal non-profit and commercial use. It should run on Windows 7 and later.

Windows Download: Install_CCTScribe.zip, Version 1.0.1.0, updated June 23, 2016, 1599KB

Version 1.0.0.0

To install this legacy version, simply extract the Setup.exe file from the downloaded CCTScr.zip file, and run it. There is an uninstallation tool on the Start menu. Example project and library files are included. This version is free for personal users. Designed to run on Windows 98, 2000, and XP. On a 64 bit Windows 7 PC, it will normally be installed to "C:\Program Files (x86)\CCTScribe", with library files in the "lib" subdirectory and sample project files in the "project" subdirectory.

Windows Download: CCTScr.zip, Version 1.0.0.0, updated April 7, 2005, 1188KB

RFProp

RFProp is a Windows propagation calculator for the transmission path between an RF transmitter and a receiver. It is aimed mainly at free-space and space-wave applications, such as are encountered in VHF, UHF and microwave communications, and also in satellite communications. A knife-edge diffraction calculation is also included which when enabled allows the effects of a hill or other obstruction to be taken into account.

Version 1.30 (January 18th, 2021)

You can read the help files and revision history for RFProp online without installing the software here:

Program Icon  Help for RFProp Radio Propagation Calculator (Updated January 2021)

The install package contains subdirectories for installers for the 32 bit and 64 bit versions:

Windows Download: InstallRFProp130.zip, Version 1.3, released January 18, 2021, 1.2 Mb
See help files for revision history

RFProp version 1.3, January 2021, is an update to provide a 64 bit build with code safety improvements and other changes to suit running on Windows 10.

Principal Changes in version 1.3:

  • Migrate code for 64 bit build compatibility
  • Port source code to a more recent build environment
  • Make recommended changes to Win32 functions to use updated "string safe" versions
  • Fix various issues with window data, window function parameters and 64 bit pointers
  • Update the About box for Windows 10 compatibility
  • Add help accelerator keys
  • Updated the help file and ported it to responsive HTML5 using better CSS from recent HTML projects
  • Fixed some bugs in the text window options dialog and added boxes for min, max and default values
  • Added menu options to allow setting parameters and fonts to installation defaults

System Requirements

The target platforms are Windows 7 or higher. Windows XP is not supported in this version. Older versions may be used for older versions of Windows. There are no special requirements as normal PC resources should be sufficient.

Version 1.20 (March 20th, 2011)

This updated RFProp with several improvements for better compatibility with Windows 7. It is intended for installation on Windows XP, Windows 7, or later operating systems.

Windows Download: rfp120.zip, Version 1.20, updated March 20th, 2011, 401KB

History

RFProp version 1.01 was initially distributed at the 1996 Radio Solutions Conference at the National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham, England, at which the author delivered a paper on spread spectrum radio. RFProp was part of a free promotional floppy disk handed out at the Central Research Laboratories stand in the industry exhibition associated with the Conference.

Older Versions

Version 1.10 (January 4 2004)

32 bit version of RFProp, with an improved NSIS installation program. Non-standard .ASC file extensions were replaced by .TXT, and the units for "Margin at spec. range" have been corrected from m to dB. File-save dialog was a considerable improvement on the old 16 bit one. Installer updated in 2005 because of false positives from AVG on the old one.

Windows Download: rfp110a.zip, Version 1.10, January 4 2004, 96KB

Version 1.03 (June 24 1998)

16 bit version, Click here for a screenshot

Windows Download: rfp103.zip, Version 1.03, June 24 1998, 83KB

Web links of interest

  1. Propagation Studies Committee of the Radio Society of Great Britain
  2. VHF/UHF/Microwave Radio Propagation: A Primer for Digital Experimenters (Link 1, PDF, 267 kb, Raveon Technologies)
  3. VHF/UHF/Microwave Radio Propagation: A Primer for Digital Experimenters (Link 2, PDF, 289 kb, KB9MWR)
  4. Spread Spectrum Scene - Radio Propagation

IRCD Server/Simulator (IRCDSS)

IRCDSS is a freeware IRCD server and simulator for the Windows OS (Windows 7 or later) that supports IPv6, SSL/TLS and Unicode.

IRCDSS is designed to mimic the behaviour of commonly used IRC server networks so as to be compatible with existing IRC client software and to be representative for test purposes, and enables you to:

  • Test IRC clients without going online to an external network.
  • Join predefined test channels with simulated users that chat on topics simulated by a Markov chain text generator, and randomly join or leave the channel.
  • Learn how to use your IRC client by practicing any IRC commands without making yourself a nuisance on an external network, where you might get kicked, banned or even K-lined.
  • Try IRC operator functions that are rarely available to ordinary IRC users.
  • Try channel management using channel operator status.
  • Run a local IRC network with real chat channels by running IRCDSS on a local machine, without the need to deal with the installation and configuration issues of a Linux IRCD.

You can read the help files and revision history for the IRCDSS software online without installing the software here:

Program Icon  IRCDSS Help for Version 1.3, updated 30th December, 2020

The install package contains subdirectories for installers for the 32 bit and 64 bit versions:

Windows Download: Install_IRCDSS_1_3.zip, Version 1.3, released January 7, 2021, 8,746,372 bytes
Version 1.3 added SSL/TLS support and fixed some bugs - see revision history.

Older Versions

Windows Download: Install_IRCDSS_1_2.zip, Version 1.2, released September 30, 2018, 4,293,508 bytes

Program Icon  IRCDSS Help for Version 1.2, updated 30th September 2018

Windows Download: Install_IRCDSS_1_1.zip, Version 1.1, released June 8, 2018, 3,415,697 bytes

Windows Download: Install_IRCDSS_1_0.zip, Version 1.0, released May 30, 2018, 3,417,266 bytes

Available at Softpedia: Softpedia IRCD Server/Simulator page
"Internet Relay Chat Server/Simulator that is designed to help you test IRC clients without having to connect to an external server"
100% CLEAN, tested for malware in the Softpedia Labs on 11th January 2021.

The latest Softpedia version is 1.3 as of 11th January 2021.

WinShoe IRC Client

WinShoe IRC Client V2.00

WinShoe is an Internet Relay Chat (IRC) client for devices running Windows 7 or later that enables you to connect to IRC networks.

IRC is a mostly text based, and real time protocol that enables groups of people to chat in subject-specific channels, or "chat rooms". IRC is quite separate from the web protocols used with browsers, so you access it via a client program dedicated to the IRC protocol.

This is the most efficient way as the IRC client connects directly to IRC network servers without having to go through an intermediate server such as are used on web interfaces, which also often require you to sign up to a separate account, or tie you to a particular network, or lack features provided on a proper IRC client.

To use it you connect to a server on a network of your choice, using an IRC client, and join a channel that you either already know, have researched, or picked from a list of channels using the /LIST command on the server. You can then join in with the discussion or activity on the channel, which might include talk about politics, software technology, topics of local, national or global interest, share trading, sharing links to web pages of interest, sharing files, participating in quizzes and games, etc.

IRC is very low bandwidth protocol and can therefore continue operating even in adverse networking conditions, generally works well for responsive world-wide chat, and performs much better than high bandwidth web services when internet providers suffer temporary bandwidth restrictions.

Features of the Winshoe IRC client include:

  • Ability to connect to multiple IRC networks at the same time
  • Quick connect button
  • When using other software, a Windows jump list task command enables you to quickly bring all the WinShoe windows to the foreground
  • Networks and servers managed by lists editable in app dialogs
  • Channel lists and channel sets for each network editable in app dialogs
  • Alias commands for convenient user input
  • User modifiable right-click popup menus tailored to the text window context
  • Scripting that includes the ability to cross post from one network to another, support for automated quizzes, timers and states
  • Monitoring of IRC and DCC connection states
  • Search text windows, highlight matches, and display matches on a search results window
  • User configurable cuss filter with user controlled lock password
  • RFC2811 channel identifier support
  • Browsing from URLs using the right-click popup menu
  • Colour code modes compatible with mIRC, extended mIRC, pIRCh, cIRCus, Ircle, Hex and ANSI formats
  • Access to raw IRC messages
  • Channel windows with user configurable layout
  • A comprehensive HTML help file

WinShoe can be installed using a conventional Windows install, but it also has a portable mode built in if you would prefer to have a portable installation.

WinShoe also supports a Finger server, Finger client and an Ident server. An Ident client has been added to this version for testing the Ident server.

Version 2.00 now supports Unicode®, SSL/TLS, SDCC and IPv6, and has been built and tested on Windows 7 and Windows 10. The user interface has been redesigned to allow the app's various windows (including channels) to be easily distributed across multiple monitors.

WinShoe V2.00 is free software for general use. No registration or licensing is required.

You can read the help files for the WinShoe software (V2.00) online, without installing the software, here:

Program Icon  WinShoe Help for V. 2.00, updated 29th November, 2020

This help file and reference has been considerably expanded compared to the V1.34 version.

Downloads

The package Install_Winshoe200_Pkg.zip [25.1 MB] contains all the installers. You can also save bandwidth by downloading individual installers from the following list:

Within the installer file name, 200 means version 2.0.0,
32 means 32 bit architecture,
64 means 64 bit architecture,
All means "Install for all users",
CU means "Install for current user".

6/12/20 update: Now available at Softpedia: Softpedia WinShoe page
"A user-friendly Internet Relay Chat (IRC) client that supports IPv6, SSL/TLS, Unicode and SDCC, allowing multiple simultaneous connections"
100% CLEAN, tested for malware in the Softpedia Labs on 4th of December 2020.

WinShoe IRC Client V1.34

This is a legacy version of WinShoe, built in July 2001.

WinShoe is an Internet Relay Chat (IRC) client for connecting to IRC networks and finger servers on Windows PCs. Features multiple IRC network connections, aliases and popups, scripts, text searches, wheel mouse, Ident and finger servers, browsing URLs, three colour modes compatible with most existing software, 16 and 32 bit versions. Works on Windows XP, 7 and 10. Supports ANSI text and IPv4 protocol.

This version (32-bit) should run on Windows 95 or later. A 16-bit version is included that should run on Windows 3.1 or later. With older machines, you may need to install support for Windows Sockets (Version 1.1 or later required). Both 16 and 32 bit versions were tested on Windows 95 and Windows 98.

Please note that contact details in the download files for V1.34 are out of date. Please visit the contact page instead.

You can read the help files for the WinShoe software V1.34 online, without installing the software, here:

Program Icon  WinShoe Help for V. 1.34, updated 16 Nov 2017

Downloads

Windows Download: wshoe134.zip, Version 1.34, released July 15, 2001, 390,620 bytes

BackupCat

Easy automatic, continuous backup for your data

Do you wish there was a easy-to-use application that could keep your data files backed up as you worked, without having to manually update the backup every time? Or would you like to be able to install a backup system for someone else (e.g. family member, friend, employee) who might not otherwise want to be bothered with making backups, so that it gets done automatically for them? BackupCat has been designed to satisfy those needs!

BackupCat includes the following features:

  • Easily set up a list of individual folder paths to be backed up, by using the "Common Backup Pairs Wizard", or by using the "Add a New Folder Backup Pair" dialog and browsing to the source and destination folder to add a new backup folder pair to the list.
  • Once set up, it runs automatically after you log on, unobtrusively in the background without slowing down other applications.
  • Makes backups fully under your control, easily verified and stored in their original format.
  • Respond automatically to changes in backed up folders on NTFS drives to immediately copy the changes to the backup.
  • Runs periodic scans, which provide support for unmonitored sources such as network shares and non-NTFS drives.
  • Runs scans on demand.
  • Runs over wired and wireless networks.
  • User configurable clone/mirror or update modes.
  • User configurable settings include startup delay, periodic poll interval, logging, and background priority.
  • Free version for private, non-commercial use.
  • Free evaluation for business or commercial purposes is allowed, on one computer only (subject to limitations).

To install, simply extract the .exe file from the relevant downloaded Zip file, and run it. On a 64 bit Windows 7 PC, 32 bit versions will normally be installed to "C:\Program Files (x86)\CJS\BackupCat"

The software is free for personal, non-commercial use. You may also use it free of charge at your place of business or for commercial purposes on one computer only for evaluation purposes. It should run on Windows 7, Windows Server 2008, and later versions. Tested on Windows 7, Windows 10, and Windows Server 2008 RC2.

Updated April 13th, 2017, updates to help file and to fix installer not removing the .nfo and .DIZ files, no change to app.

Windows Download: Install_BackupCat32.zip, Version 1.0.1.4, app dated November 22, 2016, 4.6 MB (32 bit)

Windows Download: Install_BackupCat64.zip, Version 1.0.1.4, app dated November 22, 2016, 4.7 MB (64 bit)

Windows Download: Install_BackupCat(Both).zip, Version 1.0.1.4, app dated November 22, 2016, 9.3 MB (both 32 and 64 bit)

You can read the help files for the BackupCat software online without installing the software here:

Program Icon  BackupCat Help

Also available at Softpedia: Softpedia BackupCat page

Older Versions

Windows Download: Install_BackupCat.zip, Version 1.0.1.3, updated November 10, 2016, 4.5 MB (32 bit)
Version 1.0.1.3 updated display of controls that were using old Windows XP visual styles.

Windows Download: Install_BackupCat_1_0_1_2.zip, Version 1.0.1.2, updated November 9, 2016, 4.5 MB (32 bit)
Version 1.0.1.1 added credits to the About box, Version 1.0.1.2 sets the key size for license key encryption at 56 bits.