> AnyELF is an ELF file viewer (although being quite small) with advanced features. > Supported with all native ELF binaries (ELF32, ELF64, PETSCII) > Can view all file types, including the mappings and symbolic links. > Contains powerful GUI controls to visualize the contents of ELF files. > Very tiny ( AnyELF is written completely in Vala, which is a cross platform language. > Supports all major DEB/RPM packages. > AnyELF is Free Software! AnyELF was created as an accessible and easy-to-use Total Commander plugin that can help you view ELF files. Now, you can make use of this handy and small plugin to visualize and explore all your ELF files. AnyELF Description: > AnyELF is an ELF file viewer (although being quite small) with advanced features. > Supported with all native ELF binaries (ELF32, ELF64, PETSCII) > Can view all file types, including the mappings and symbolic links. > Contains powerful GUI controls to visualize the contents of ELF files. > Very tiny ( AnyELF is written completely in Vala, which is a cross platform language. > Supports all major DEB/RPM packages. > AnyELF is Free Software! Bug Notification: If you come across a bug in AnyELF, please let us know by submitting a crash report using Windows Task Manager. If you run the AnyELF executable directly, you may also create a crash report from the window that appears after starting the plugin. You can also use the plugin's plugin to send the crash report to our crash reporter. There is a workaround and it's easier than you think! You can create a.txt file in "/opt/anyelf". This will force the AnyELF to save the crash report to the file. But be carefull, that's a workaround, no automated system is perfect. If you found any "terrible bugs", please let us know, we're listening! Version Information: Latest Version: 2018.03 (20180403) Bug Tracker: a5204a7ec7
If you are using Windows 8 and installed any program from the the Windows Store, you might find that you get a pop-up, saying that the program is ready for launch. However, if the program is in your App list in Windows, you don't get this message. That's when you need to click 'uninstall', delete, or anything else. When you install any of the programs from the Windows Store, you get to see a'ready for launch' pop-up message, if the program is not in your App list. This can be any of the following: A program that you downloaded and installed yourself (even though it was recommended by the Windows Store) Any installed program that you are trying to use as an update to an older version of itself or to your version. This is especially common if you downloaded a program from the Windows Store, but you simply want to update it, and not use it as a new program. If you are not sure about which one you installed (as the entire process is pretty automated), you can check your App list using the following steps. Search for the name of the program you want to uninstall and launch it. You will get to see a new window that asks you to choose if you want to uninstall or try it as an update. This step is optional, because you might just want to update the current version of the program. However, if the program is in your list of apps, it will be removed from your computer in the next step. Can't get the uninstalled program name? If you are not sure what the name of the program is, you can: Click the Windows button (or press the Windows key) on your keyboard, type cmd.exe, and press enter. A new window should open for the command prompt. If it doesn't, then type cmd.exe /K from the command prompt to launch it. This way, you will get a command prompt screen. In that screen, type: dir /ah /s Note: replace "ah" with "all hidden" You should get a list of all files and folders that are installed on your computer, such as video game titles that you downloaded from the Windows Store. If you still don't know, then you can search Windows for all folders that contain the word "store".