WindSirf for Windows 32 includes two example log files, so that you can quickly see what it does. You do not need admin privileges to install it, and minimal changes are made to your registry. A new folder ‘C:\WindSirf’ is created on your C:\ drive, and WindSirf looks there by default for new GPS log files. There is a small configuration file in the same folder, called ‘windsirf.ini’, which is automatically created and maintained.
Installation file: WindSirf_Setup (Suitable for most users)
7Zip file: WindSirf_7Zip (Suitable for power users)
WindSirf is written in Pascal using FPC-Lazarus and a special thanks is due to ‘wp’ of the Lazarus community for his help. Lazarus programmers can download the source code from here: