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WebBrowserPassView The most up-to-date and comprehensive utility for showing the usernames and passwords you have saved in your browser; even Opera is "exposed" (maybe not so impressive now that Opera basically is Chrome, I don't really know). Instead of the various hassle of resetting a password, just run this file and search for the URL. Some antivirus software labels this as malware of some sort...goes to show how ineffectual heuristics is at finding real malware....just ignore, I trust Mr. Nirsoft a whole lot more than private equity owned companies pushing totally unnecessary software and hassle onto the IT-illiterate, more to justify their own existence. Stick with Windows Defender, who better to look for breaches than the people who write the source code(!) WebbrowserPassword
RegScanner The registry is still with us in Windows 10, and still as unruly, prone to fluff and more breakage than your average shampoo can even handle. I know a few really useful locations there (Run, RunOnce, etc. etc.), but to find the last remnants of an application you just can't get totally rid off, or any other task, the build-in search function is more or less all the help the ordinary RegEdit gives you.
RegScanner simply lets you search and keep your results, it shows them in a list, so you don't have to F3 (Find Next...) your way over and over the entire registry. You also get to see when a key last was updated, can't remember seeing that in RegEdit?! The presentation lets you see a whole lot more of the "logical" structure of the registry, so it's a hell of lot more educational than RegEdit. This application is one that suddenly saves me two-three times in one day, and then I don't have any use for it for a year; just what NirSoft's pe…