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ActiveXplorer 4.0.204

a library file manager and analyzer for COM libraries


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Total downloads: 347
  • Last Updated: Jan 31, 2008
  • License: Shareware $199.00
  • OS: Windows Vista/2000/98/Me
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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ActiveXplorer is a Development software developed by Aivosto Oy. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for ActiveXplorer:

BrothersoftEditor: For system maintenance
Manage your component files. What's installed? ActiveXplorer shows the Details of all COM libraries and .NET assemblies on your system. Know about the File Versions, CLSIDs and installation paths.
Keep your Registry in a good shape. Is your system registry up-to-date? Use ActiveXplorer to find missing files and clean the registry of extra entries. Right-click any COM file to register it correctly.

View Registry entries. Browse the registry entries that are related to a component.

Instantiate controls in your browser to see what they do.

Compare file properties. Compare two files to see changes in file properties.
For software development
Learn to use undocumented controls. Analyze any COM component or .NET assembly to see what's inside it. View the available properties and methods with descriptions on how they should be called.
Document COM and .NET files. Generate a technical document for any component in a minute. Use the type Library and Reflection information already stored in the files without the need for a manual rewrite. Generated file formats are .html, .chm and .rtf.

Review file dependencies. Find out which other files a library requires to work properly.
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