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Regarding companion materials to go along with the book, please comment on the blog, or send an email, with suggestions you would like to see. So far, there will be one image that will be used to use with examples in the book. As far as a demo of XWF...that's probably not going to happen...
You can tell that X-Ways Forensics has made it into the market when so many DFIR job requirements list X-Ways Forensics as one of the 'big 3' tools to know to apply.
For those that are tinkering with writing X-Tensions, the documentation at the x-ways.net site was just updated on Sept 27. Don't forget to send your x-tension to X-Ways to share with all of us, just like Mom told you when you were little.
It's also becoming more common to see statements like these: "The only tool I've currently tested that parses the user name is X-Ways Forensics, so it may be necessary to manually parse this record if you don't have a tool that will do it for you." - https://rstforums.com/forum/75954-ms-excel-biff-metadata-last-opened.rst