The new version of the WirelessKeyView tool (v2.20) allows you to easily connect your Smartphone to a wireless network that is already configured on your computer with Windows operating system.
In order to use this feature, simply enable the ‘Display QR Code’ option under the View menu (or press the F2 key), select the desired Wifi network you want to connect, and then scan the QR Code displayed in the lower pane of WirelessKeyView with QR Code reader App on your smartphone.
You can use any QR Code reader App you like, as long as it supports Wi-Fi Network configuration.

Connect Wifi Network With QR Code

You can download the new version of WirelessKeyView tool from this Web page.

The new version of the FullEventLogView tool (v1.55) automatically converts the EventPayload element of the Event XML from  hexadecimal string to readable text, and displays it as the description of the event.
This feature is especially useful for viewing the .etl log files of Windows 10 Update, usually stored under the C:\Windows\Logs\WindowsUpdate folder.

.etl files on C:\Windows\Logs\WindowsUpdate folder

In order to view the .etl files of Windows 10 updates, open the ‘Choose Data Source’ window of FullEventLogView tool (F7), choose the ‘Load events from external folder with log files’ option,
fill the desired Windows Update logs folder (Usually the folder is C:\Windows\Logs\WindowsUpdate ), and then press the ‘OK’ button.

Choose Windows update etl files

You should also open the ‘Advanced Options’ window (F9), and choose the desired time range of the events (The default is to view only the events from the last 7 days)

After you set FullEventLogView to read the .etl files of Windows update logs, you should see the Windows update logs with the description, which is taken from the EventPayload of the event XML:

Windows update etl logs view

You can download the FullEventLogView tool from this Web page.

The new version of USBDeview tool (3.00) displays 4 new date/time fields for every USB device: Install Time, First Install Time, Connect Time, Disconnect Time.
These fields are stored in the Registry under the Properties\{83da6326-97a6-4088-9453-a1923f573b29} subkey of every USB device.
The ‘Properties’ Registry key is only accessible for SYSTEM user, and thus you have to run USBDeview as Administrator in order to view these new fields.

USB Connect Time In RegEdit

USB Connect Time In RegEdit

Also, these fields are only available from newer versions of Windows – ‘Install Time’ and ‘First Install Time’ fields are available starting from Windows 7.
The ‘Connect Time’ and ‘Disconnect Time’ fields are available starting from Windows 8 (Including Windows 10). The ‘Connect Time’ field represents the last time that the USB device was plugged to your computer, and the ‘Disconnect Time’ field represents the last time that the USB device was unplugged from your computer.

New Date/Time Fields In USBDeview

New Date/Time Fields In USBDeview

You can download the new version of USBDeview from this Web page.

The new versions of PropertySystemView and ExifDataView allow you to easily open the location of .jpg file in Google Maps. This feature works only for .jpg files that contain GPS information (Also known as ‘Geo-tagging’ ).
In order to use this feature, simply open the desired .jpg files with the PropertySystemView tool or with the ExifDataView tool.  Click with the right mouse button on the main window and then choose the ‘Open Location In Google Maps’ menu item.  The tool will open the location of the image in Google Maps Web site, using your default Web browser.

Open JPEG Location In Google Maps

The new versions of ESEDatabaseView, CSVFileView, and SimpleWMIView allow you to easily copy into the clipboard the text of any cell you want.
In order to do this, simply click with the right mouse button on the cell you want to copy,  choose the ‘Copy Clicked Cell’ item from the opened context menu, and then the entire text of the cell you clicked will be copied to the clipboard.

Copy Clicked Cell Option in ESEDatabaseView

SecurityQuestionsView is a tool for Windows 10 that allows you to view the security questions and their answers stored in the Registry by Windows 10 operating system.
You can use this tool to extract the security questions from your current running system (Requires elevation) or to extract the security questions from external disk plugged to your computer.
SecurityQuestionsView displays the security questions of all users on your system that chose to set their security questions, for every user there are usually 3 questions.

Windows 10 security questions viewer
You can download the SecurityQuestionsView tool from this Web page.

Starting from April 2018 Update of Windows 10 (Version 1803), you are allowed to set the default audio device for every application separately.
You can do it by clicking the ‘App volume and device preferences’ button inside the ‘Sound settings’ window.
App volume and device preferences button
Inside the ‘App volume and device preferences’ window, you can choose the default input device and output device for every sound application currently running on your system:

App volume and device preferences

The new version of SoundVolumeView (2.10) allows you to do the same thing from command line, without displaying any user interface.

The command that sets the default audio device of specific application is /SetAppDefault .
This command accepts 3 parameters: The device name, the device role (0 – Console, 1 – Multimedia, 2 – Communications), name or ID of the process.

For example, the following command sets the default output device of Firefox to “High Definition Audio Device\Device\Speakers\Render” :

SoundVolumeView.exe /SetAppDefault “High Definition Audio Device\Device\Speakers\Render” 0 “Firefox.exe”

The following command sets the default input device of process that its ID is 6380 to the desired Microphone device:

SoundVolumeView.exe /SetAppDefault “Realtek High Definition Audio\Device\Microphone\Capture” 0 6380

You can download the new version of SoundVolumeView from this Web page.

The new version of the MZCacheView tool (2.00) has a preview pane that allows you to quickly view the images (gif, png, jpg) and text-based files (HTML, CSS, JSON, JavaScript) stored in the cache of Firefox Web browser.
In order to activate this feature, simply go to the View menu and choose the ‘Show Preview Pane’ option or press the F8 key. After the preview pane is enabled, you can select the desired cache item in the upper pane and the content of the selected cache item will be displayed in the lower pane:

Firefox Cache Image Preview

You can download the new version of MZCacheView from this Web page.

The new version of ShellBagsView tool (1.25) allows you to easily set the view mode (Tiles, Details, Content, List, Small Icons, Medium Icons, Large Icons) of multiple Windows Explorer folders at once.
In order to change the view mode, simply select the desired folders on the main window of ShellBagsView and then go to the ‘Set Mode’ menu (Under the File menu or in the context menu) and choose the desired view mode.
In the example below,  the 12 selected folders are set to ‘Medium Icons’ view mode.

Set Explorer folder medium icons

After choosing the desired mode from the Set Mode menu , ShellBagsView tool changes the view mode in all selected folders and then when you open one of these folders in Windows Explorer, it will be displayed in the view mode you selected:

Windows Explorer Folder Medium Icons

You can download the new version of ShellBagsView  from this Web page.

The new version of ChromeCacheView tool has a preview pane that allows you to instantly view the content of images (.png, .gif, .jpg) and text-based files (.html, .xml, JSON, Javascript) stored in the cache of Chrome Web browser, or any other Chromium based web browser, like Edge, Opera, Vivaldi, and so on…

In order to activate the new preview pane, simply choose the ‘Show Preview Pane’ option from the view menu or press the F8 key. After the preview pane is enabled, you can select the desired cache item in the upper pane and ChromeCacheView  will display the content of the cache item in the lower preview pane.

Chrome Cache HTML Preview

You can download the new version of ChromeCacheView  from this Web page.