Dependency Walker is part of several Microsoft products, such as Visual Studio, Visual C++, Visual Basic, Windows 2000/XP/2003 support tools (on the Windows CD), Windows 98/NT/2000/XP/2003 Resource Kits, Platform SDK, Windows DDK, Windows SDK, and MSDN. There are also several places on the Microsoft web site that it can be downloaded from for free. This site was created in order to distribute the latest version of Dependency Walker for testing.
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In the years 1995-1997, SuperMemo World worked over a new hypermedia paradigm for SuperMemo, initially released as a separate line codenamed Genius. Most importantly, Genius departed from question-and-answer limitation of earlier versions of SuperMemo. In Genius all items/elements could be freely composed of various components such as text, sounds, pictures, etc. Secondly, Genius introduced knowledge hierarchy that made it possible to organize knowledge into a knowledge tree (contents window). Genius was originally released only as a hypermedia shell for CD-ROM titles such as Video English, Cross Country, etc. For long, Genius could not gain hearts of die-hard users of SuperMemo 7. Only in May 1997, the decision was taken to release Genius as an independent self-learning tool: SuperMemo 8. This was the first SuperMemo that was beta-tested around the world over the Internet and the first that was simultaneously released as a CD-ROM title (Deine Chancen) and a stand-alone application. It was also first commercial SuperMemo available for download from the Internet (June 1997). Successors of SuperMemo 8 will have always been first released as stand-alone applications over the Internet before the CD-ROM releases could be developed for traditional distribution channels. 2b1af7f3a8