If you have many programs opened at a time, use ManageDesk - www.managedesk.com For today it while the best. And I have seen a lot of a similar software. Even there, where wrote and shouted that our program rulez
If you have many programs opened at a time,
use ManageDesk - www.managedesk.com
For today it while the best.
And I have seen a lot of a similar software.
Even there, where wrote and shouted that our program rulez
and that Linux has a rest, actually it appeared such sh...
And this program is very cool.
Go here for the ultimate boot CD.Hard drive utilities,memtest,disk cloning and much
more on one CD.
Gohere so you can reuse those floppy's.
Belarc Advisor is a great little program that displays your computer info as a web
page,complete with serial #'s in case you have a Friend that bought a computer without a
windows disk.It also shows the windows updates installed as well as ones that need
reinstall just by clicking on it
Eraser 5.7 is a really good eraser/shredder and does several passes so you can be sure info
is truly gone.It adds Erase to the right click menu so It's always handy,with options on the
number of passes
MSCONFIG for all the windows 2000 users.
The Firmware Page is a good place to get that new firmware.It also has a utility there that
identifies all your current firmware so there is no doubt you are looking for the right
IE Spellchecker is great if you don't have office.It installs itself in Internet Explorer for
ease of use.
Just a few from my favorites.
Edited to add a couple more.
Hi. Just to mention Total Copy to all users who transfer files often. I think it really does
help. Here's a link from TechTV and to download it too.
www.oldversion.com - Great site for lots of old versions of programs, or hard-to-find
programs (Such as Kazaa Lite or CloneCD)
www.realtimesoft.com/ultramon/ - A great program for managing multiple monitors. I
swear by it.
Windows GUI Replacement
This isn't really an application but...
They have an online virus scan, benchmarking, and spyware utilities, all web-based.
*stating the obvious*
www.mame.net - so maybe it's not useful....
This thread kicks-ass!
Not a program, but a plugin:
OC Forums Firefox Search Plugin
If you are using firefox, firebird, phoenix or mozilla (untested), then this plugin will
allow you to search all of OC Forums for words in a post, or view all threads by
I'm not sure if this program has been mentioned yet or not, but if so then shoot me.
Anyway its called CCleaner or Crap Cleaner:
http://www.ccleaner.com/ and it will clean every useless item imaginable out of your
computer in less then a second. Anyway I could tell you everything it cleans out, but that
would take too long and you could probably read it all on the site faster then I can type it.
I'll give you a few screenshots of the program. Maybe that'll give you all a better idea.
Anyway, this has been immeasurably helpful to me in cleaning out all kinds of stuff out
of my computer. I think I've spoken enough. The app speaks for itself; couldn't do
Screenshots courtesy of CCleaner: http://www.ccleaner.com/screens.php
Hey donny, hows this for a link?
My first post in a long time, might as well make myself useful. A nice small picture
viewer with loads of extras. Best of all it's free!! http://www.irfanview.com/
Here are a few, if some of these have already been posted, sorry.
EAC - CD Ripping/Audio Encoding (FREE)
EAC (Exact Audio Copy)
CD BurnerXP Pro - CD Burning (FREE)
CD BurnerXP Pro
JetAudio - Audio Player (Basic Version FREE)
Eraser - Secure Data Removal Tool (FREE)
JAlbum - Web Photo Album Software (FREE)
Startup Control Panel - Control Startup Items (FREE)
Startup Control Panel
Spell Checker For Outlook Express - Check Spelling Of OE Mail (FREE)
This is a usefull app if you have no MS office related apps installed since they are what
install the OE spell check.
Spell Checker For OE
SpywareBlaster - Prevents Spyware From Installing (FREE)
Picasa 2 - Photo Organizing/Editing App (FREE)
Hydrogenaudio - Various Audio Encoding/Ripping And News Site (FREE)
wow what a Great Idea (though just reading the list of lists takes awhile).
Here is my list of protection that does things that za,ad-aware,avg don't:
Proxomitron (called proxie by its users): http://www.proxomitron.info/
This is not freeware, it is shonenware (Shonenware is a concept dedicated to the support
of the one-and-only, world famous, female power-trio from Osaka Japan Shonen Knife -
kawaii creators of the very best music in the world!).
Then there are these are a pair of programs that stop sites from hijacking your browser
and/or changing your system settings, they are free (but if you insist, the author offers a
way to donate). WARNING! ONE OF THE SETTING TURNS OFF FLASH. If you like
flash stuff, you can just disable flash protection. You can take snapshots of your system
settings and reset back to a saved version easily if something happens. The group is
dedicated to safe compute. http://www.javacoolsoftware.com/spywareblaster.html
They have a forum: http://www.wilderssecurity.com/.
For any of you who remember UseNet and Newsgroups, this is a great (free) reader:
http://xnews.newsguy.com/ (if you do check this out, stop in at alt.folklore.urban -
beware the shibboleth)
Here is an atomic clock that will sync up your pc's clock with NISTs clock - freeware,
but they want you to go to their world time site that has a sh*t-load (technical term) of
converters and world stuff
http://www.winsite.com/bin/Info?1000000034325 (this is a fileserver site). the program
was written by chaossoftware who sell a lot of time related software besides the the world
Well, enough for now
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