Friday, December 31, 2010
New available projects. UHM and DCU
This program was made out of necessity. One of the most popular torrent program, uTorrent has no history function, which is the only downside it has compared to other programs. uTorrent does, however, keep copies of each .torrent file, hidden away in one of it's folders. I made the uTorrent History Manager to make it easy for anyone to view, edit, copy and clear the torrent history.
How it's used:
The first option will display all of the .torrent files, along with the time and date of their download, in the application window. Because of the window size long file names overlap onto the line below, and isn't the best option for long lists of .torrent files.
The second option does nearly the same, but instead sends the list of .torrent files, and the time and date of download, to a file called History.txt on your desktop. This is usefull for being able to look at the listo of your torrents at your lisure, in an organized manner. The program automatically opens the text document after it has been made.
The third option creates a folder on youe desktop calles uTorrent-History. It then copies all existing .torrent files from their location into that folder and opens it. This is usefull if you want to re-downlaod a torrent or give the .torrent file to a friend.
I hope to find a way to select the .torrent file which is copied soon, no such luck as of yet.
The fourth option is self explanitory. It prompts you for a if you want to delete all the .torrent files, and deletes them.
Option 5 tells you about the program. Option 6 quits the program.
R shows version history and what was added with each release.
C shows my email and blog adress.
T simply re-creates the readme file if you delete it by accident.
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Now, the Desktop Cleanup Utility.
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Both of these programs were written in batch, and their icons were made by me as well.
Both of these programs are know to trigger norton for "Suspicious activity". This is becauase they bothe move, create and delete files. They only do what has been said that they can do, and nothing malicous.