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HashME - MD5 hash utility 32 and 64 bit support for XP/Vista/Windows 7

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    Posted 07 June 2009 - 04:33 PM

    HashME is a small standalone program that adds an option to right click over any file and calculate the MD5 hash for it. To install it, simply double click HashME.exe then click "Yes". To uninstall it, double click HashME.exe then click "No".

    When you right click over a file and choose "HashME" from the context menu, the MD5 hash is displayed and highlighted and at this point you can copy/paste it then click "Cancel" or you can click "Ok" to save it to file which will then display the "Save As" dialog box.

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      Posted 07 June 2009 - 07:09 PM

      You can also add Win7 RC 32b support to the list... unless they make further changes of course.

      I might add that in Win7, Windows thought I was trying to run the file being hashed and asked if it was ok to run it... answering yes allowed HashMe to finish properly with no trouble.
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        Posted 08 June 2009 - 11:18 AM

        Thanks for the report Randy. I just tested it on Win7 RC 64-bit and it worked fine as well.

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        I might add that in Win7, Windows thought I was trying to run the file being hashed and asked if it was ok to run it... answering yes allowed HashMe to finish properly with no trouble.

        It did this for me too when I hashed the file that I just downloaded.
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