Vlad"s Software Development Toolbox

Monday, 24 December 2007


Windows Environment Variables Manager is a free and open source tool aiming to help make usage of computer easier and will stay like this in the future as a gift to online community. By donating you will not only show the usefulness of this program, but also support the future development of it. We would like to ask a minimum donation of $5.00 AU, but any amount is appreciated. Thank you!


To donate, click on the PayPal button with preferred country and currency.


PayPal requires some personal information from you in order to create and establish an account. Some of this info such as your name, e-mail address and donation amount will be send to our PayPal account. We assure that the details of any donation received by our PayPal account will be kept private and never sold or given out to any third party.

Any Questions?

Send email to envmng@gmail.com (English only)

Thursday, 20 December 2007

Save changes on Cancel? - V1.3

Free Download

EnvMan-1.3.zip EnvMan-source-1.3.zip


  • BT1828033 Escape to Close
    • Added Ctrl+X Shortcut on Main Form Exit File Menu
  • BT843838 Program does not check for changes on Cancel in Edit Form
    • Added checking for user changes and prompt to save it on Cancel.
  • Added Release version display in Main Form Title bar
  • Added colour change for rows with invalid value paths in Main Form
  • Minor GUI Improvements

Functionality Changes

Main Form in this release is checking if any of the variables have invalid file or directory values. Variables with invalid paths are displayed in red. The current release number of the program is displayed in the title bar and "Ctrl+X" shortcut is added to quickly close application from File menu. In Edit Form if Cancel button is clicked after any changes made to a variable. Message asking to save changes is displayed.