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Yes that’s right. This is an awesome post. Just check the awesome date and you’ll see that I’m right. :)  I just HAD to do it. I just HAD to post on this awesome date at this awesome time. But I guess I’m not the only one that is going to post at this specific awesome time. I bet that Twitter will be bombed with tweets on 11-11-11 @ 11:11.

That’s pretty much all I wanted to say in this awesome post.

Have an awesome day! :P

Regards,
Olrik

P.S. I was high on sugar when I wrote this on 13/01/11 @ 23:41.

Hello everyone,

Maybe some of you remember the first day I released my most downloaded tool. I sure do! I was excited about what I had produced and really currious as to where my tool would go. But I never expected it tp be downloaded this many times. I mean, of course WVCheck is usefull for tracking down illegal versions of windows, but I sure didn’t expect 3000 downloads! Yes, that’s right. Three. Thousand. Downloads.  Thats around 250 downloads a month, or 8 to 9 downloads a day!

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Happy New Year!

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Rorschach112 brought me on some good points. That’s why I brought out this update.

V1.9.11.4
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[*] Added creation and modification times to the directories and files.
[*] Removed a few entries to reduce false positives.

Regards,
Olrik

Currently not at home, so I didn’t have time to update the search criteria, however I did manage to fix a bug and add some more info.


V1.9.10.4
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[*] Added the Systemroot Path to the System Information.
[*] Fixed a bug that made the program crash when windows wasn’t installed on the C:\ drive letter.
[-] Forgot to change the version number in the previous release. ;)


Regards,
Olrik

Hello everyone!

I am looking to produce some more content for this blog, and I’ve set my mind towards making more tutorials on how to fix every day problems. Since there is so much to cover, I thought I’d let you (the reader) tell me what kind of daily issues you run into, and I’ll see if I have an idea to fix those issues.

And of course dont hesitate to contact me if you think I should cover anything else tech related. Either respond to this blog post with a comment, or send me an e-mail directly at; admin@artellos.com

Regards,
Olrik

Hello Everybody!

From today onward, I have added adds to my website to try and cover some of the costs. I am trying my best to filter inappropriate adds, however some may slip through. Please do let me know (either through comments, or though email) when you see an add of a doubtful nature.

If you wish to voice your opinion, I invite you to do so. For now, this is just an experiment and they might disappear, or stay for an extended period. Only time will tell. :)

Regards,
Olrik

A new version of WVCheck is out!! Thanks to Rorschach112 and SweetTech for the latest patch. They both gave some good additions! :)


V1.9.9.3
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[!] Added a registry check to check a couple of commonly used registry keys.
[*] Added more data to detect cracked windows machines.



Regards,
Olrik

Hello Everyone!

About a day or two ago my Windows Live Messenger (WLM) started acting a little funky. I would try to boot my WLM and instantly at the startup it would crash on me. I thought it was just having a bad day. But the next day, and after several reboots, I was still having this issue. I decided it would be more than just ‘a bad day’. So tonight I started looking, and I found this post on the Microsoft Answers Forums. I expanded the crash notice to show me the details, and compared it to those of the Original Poster (OP), sartha. I quickly saw that the ‘Appstamp’ and ‘Modstamp’ were the same as in the crash report delivered by Windows Live Messenger as shown in the screenshot below.

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Hello Everyone!

As some of you might know, I do quite a bit of programming as a hobby. And thanks to that hobby I’ve already launched a few tools that are fairly well used (SINO and ARCDC). Well, from today there will be another tool available on Artellos.com, WVCheck! Windows Validation Check (WVCheck) is a tool to find out if the user is using a legit version of windows.

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