How may we contact you?
Comments, questions, and suggestions are welcome. Please send them as e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
How often are your programs updated?
This depends on where my attention and interest is focused. I use my utilities as part of my daily activities. If an idea strikes me or something just does not seem to work correctly, I often interrupt my work to enhance my stuff and then return to the interrupted work to see if the enhancement or new feature works. My software is very much a representation of how I work and what similar programs should offer.
Why don't you supply more program documentation?
I don't supply program documentation because it is a PITA and often a permanent crutch. My software should encourage one to explore and experiment with the many configuration options and the rich context-sensitive menu structure. If it does not, I have missed my target. Much of what you see here is not meant for "beginners"; but since we were all beginners at one point, I hope that by using my programs, one will have help in moving past the beginner phase.
Why are there so many PEBrowse programs, and which one should I be using?
The three PEBrowse programs share large amounts of code, but perform distinct activities. PEBrowse Professional, the static analyzer and eldest, allows you to examine any Windows Portable Executable file (including system drivers) offline and not in the middle of some debugging session. That domain is reserved for the PEBrowse Professional Interactive debugger, which contains most (but not all) of features found in the PeBrowse Professional disassembler but brings powerful additions to the analysis and debugging of an active program. The latest addition to the PEBrowse family, PEBrowse Crash-Dump Analyzer, in many ways acts and feels like the debugger, but instead of a live target examines information collected in a mini-dump or crash-dump file from a dead process.
What is a "Smidgeon"?
Smidgeon was my dear puppy-dog (a Sheltie) that passed away in 2001. She will always remain "my poopee" in my heart and memory and will be immortalized by her presence on the web.