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Hello, I’m happy to inform you about the most recent version of Lua for Windows.
This version contains several new features, enhancements and bug fixes that are worth mentioning.
Lua for Windows 1.9.5 release notes:
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1.9.5 Release notes:
* New: Better visual representation of a variable
* New: Lua debugger. Works for Windows 64-bit
* New: luaL_dostring documentation
* New: luaL_tolstring documentation
* New: Lua gui module
* New: Lua serialization function
* Fix: LuaIndexError “unbound function” bug
* Fix: LuaRandom.randomSeed bug
* Fix: LuaRandom.random() bug
* Fix: lua_open() crash bug
* Fix: luaL_loadbuffer() bug
* Fix: LuaFile.read() bug
* Fix: LuaFile.write() bug
* Fix: LuaString.count() bug
* Fix: LuaException.typeid() bug
* Fix: LuaString.str() bug
* Fix: LuaString.substring() bug
* Fix: LuaArray.remove() bug
* Fix: LuaObject.dump() bug
* Fix: Lua.classindex() bug
* Fix: Lua.classindex() bug
* Fix: Lua.addtostring() bug
* Fix: LuaCode.asstring() bug
* Fix: LuaCode.readstring() bug
* Fix: LuaC.compile() bug
* Fix: LuaC.compile() bug
* Fix: LuaFunction.__gc metamethod bug
* Fix: LuaTokenizer.match_any() bug
* Fix: LuaTokenizer.tokenize() bug
* Fix: LuaTable.__index metamethod bug
* Fix: LuaThread.all() bug
* Fix: LuaFunction.getmetatable() bug
* Fix: LuaStack.unpack() bug
* Fix: LuaSet.tointeger() bug
* Fix: LuaString.find() bug
* Fix: LuaString.find() bug
* Fix: LuaString.substr() bug
* Fix: LuaTable.new() bug
* Fix: LuaString.substring() bug
* Fix: LuaString.toint() bug
* Fix: LuaTable.remove() 6e8feb22df

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Portable Alternate TaskManager is a free and portable process manager for Windows.
It displays a list of active processes, the available memory, real time memory usage, process details, resource consumption, startup time, system info, etc. It also has more options for viewing the system.
Display the process list and filter by PID

You can set priority and affinity for each process.

It works on most versions of Windows from XP onwards.

Clean-up running processes by terminating them.

You can create custom processes by dragging and dropping processes to make them executable.

You can create dumps (crash dumps) and analyze them on your own.

Real time memory usage can be monitored on a graph.

You can display process tree view by switching it on from the Options.

You can have Online search for related processes.

You can view the system info including available memory, free memory, CPU usage, CPU count, etc.

Get started with Portable Alternate TaskManager
This tool is available for all 32 and 64-bit versions of Windows. However, you need to ensure that you install the portable version of the application before you can launch Portable Alternate TaskManager for the first time.
Launching the application, you are prompted to select the region where the application will be installed. The default installation location is the default program folder, in most cases. If you are prompted to install the application to another location, simply press Enter to continue.
After selecting the installation location, you are prompted to enter a name for the executable file, followed by clicking Next.
Note: Portable Alternate TaskManager is compatible with both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows. Nevertheless, you need to install both the 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Portable Alternate TaskManager for the first time.

You are next requested to select the icon for the application. Just click Browse and select the icon that you want to use as the application icon.

You are given a choice to select a program that will be used to show the application’s help file. It’s a good idea to select Windows Vista or later because the application can access most of the help files that the installed programs can offer. After selecting the file that you want to use, simply click OK.

The application is now ready to be launched. Click Next to start it.

The application is now ready to be launched. Click Next to start it.

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