HashCheck Shell Extension

by Christopher Gurnee

HashCheck Shell Extension is a Windows shell extension that enables users to quickly generate and compare file hashes.

Operating system: Windows

Publisher: Christopher Gurnee

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Last revision: Last week

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HashCheck Shell Extension

The HashCheck Shell Extension is a powerful and easy-to-use software utility that simplifies the process of computing and verifying checksums and hashes from files. This software is designed to be used in conjunction with other software, such as file managers, download managers, and other programs that make use of checksums and hashes.

HashCheck Shell Extension provides an easy way to verify the integrity of file downloads.
Features:

- Computes MD5, SHA-1, SHA-256, and SHA-512 checksums and hashes
- Verifies checksums and hashes from files
- Automatically generates checksums and hashes when creating new files
- Integrates with Windows Explorer to allow right-click verification and generation of checksums and hashes
- Works with multiple files at once
- Supports easy drag-and-drop functionality
- Can be used to compute checksums and hashes from files stored on USB drives and other removable media
- Includes a built-in checksum and hash calculator
- Includes a file comparison tool to quickly compare checksums and hashes from multiple files
- Allows users to select from a variety of algorithm types
- Supports a wide range of file formats
- Includes a comprehensive help file
- Compatible with Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, and 10.
The following requirements must be met for the HashCheck Shell Extension software:

1. The software must be compatible with Windows 7, 8, and 10.

2. The software must be able to generate and verify MD5, SHA-1, SHA-256, and SHA-512 hash values for files.

3. The software must be able to create and verify hash values for multiple files at once.

4. The software must be able to integrate into the Windows shell, allowing users to right-click on files and generate or verify hashes.

5. The software must be distributed as a single executable file.

6. The software must be free of charge and open source.
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Oliver N*******w

I have been using the HashCheck Shell Extension software for a while now, and it has been great so far. It is very user-friendly and has a very intuitive layout. I can even check the hash of multiple files at once. It also has a feature that allows me to compare two hashes, which is really helpful. The process of checking a file's hash is quick and easy. The software also supports a wide range of hashing algorithms. I haven't encountered any issues with it so far. It is a great tool for verifying the integrity of files.
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Cameron Robisch

1. HashCheck Shell Extension is a great tool for a quick verification of file integrity. 2. It is easy to use and setup. 3. Comparing files is also very fast. 4. It provides valid checksums for most algorithms. 5. The interface is well organized and intuitive.
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