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EnvMan 1.3 - Windows Environment Variables Manager

, 1 Feb 2008
Environment Variables Manager (EnvMan) is a tool written in C# .Net intended to handle the administration of Windows Shell Environment Variables. It is designed to replace Control Panel System Environment Manager and easily manage long variable values.
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EnvMan
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EnvManager.dll
envman-1102.zip
EnvMan.exe
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Settings.settings
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Cancel.gif
delete.png
Edit.png
FolderExplore.png
MoveBottom.png
MoveDown.png
MoveTop.png
MoveUp.png
new.gif
Save.png
ValType
ValTypeFile.png
ValTypeFolder.png
ValTypeNull.png
ValTypeNumber.png
ValTypeString.png
EnvManSetup
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license.rtf
envman-source-1102.zip
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doc
EnvMan
Options.ico
Properties
Settings.settings
Resources
ShutDown.PNG
EnvManager
Properties
EnvManagerSettings.settings
Settings.settings
res
Cancel.gif
delete.png
Edit.png
FolderExplore.png
MoveBottom.png
MoveDown.png
MoveTop.png
MoveUp.png
new.gif
Save.png
ValType
ValTypeFile.png
ValTypeFolder.png
ValTypeNull.png
ValTypeNumber.png
ValTypeString.png
EnvManSetup
EnvManSetup.vdproj
license.rtf
envman-source.zip
EnvMan.suo
EnvMan.Tests
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EnvManagerGUITest
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EnvManagerTest
Handlers
ImportExport
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Handlers
ImportExport
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EnvManagerSettings.settings
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delete.png
Edit.png
Export.png
FolderExplore.png
Import.png
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new.gif
Redo.png
Save.png
Undo.png
ValType
ValTypeError.png
ValTypeErrorAdd.png
ValTypeFile.png
ValTypeFileAdd.png
ValTypeFolder.png
ValTypeFolderAdd.png
ValTypeNull.png
ValTypeNumber.png
ValTypeNumberAdd.png
ValTypeString.png
ValTypeStringAdd.png
Options.ico
Properties
FrmMainSettings.settings
Resources
Donate.png
EnvMan.png
EnvManAbout.png
Language.png
News.png
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Updates.png
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