The Secunia Personal Software Inspector (PSI) is a free computer security solution that identifies vulnerabilities in non-Microsoft (third-party) programs which can leave your PC open to attacks.
Entries for the ‘Tools and Utilities’ Category
What does Start Menu 8 do? Start Menu 8 is specially designed for Windows 8. It offers a perfect solution for users who work with Windows Start Menu all the time and are not accustomed to the new Metro start screen in Windows 8.
Although we’ve already seen Flash in action on Chrome OS, Adobe has come out and officially announced Flash Player for Google’s newest operating system and deemed it a “work in progress.” If you’re expecting the kind of desktop performance you get with the latest hardware accelerated builds of Flash Player, I’m afraid you’re going to be […]
Android: The problem with most system monitors is that they present the information to you in only one way, take it or leave it. Mini Info fits battery charge, local memory, and/or SD memory monitoring all into a simple 2×1 widget.
Here is a list of applications I am currently running. More importantly these are the apps my phone would not be the same without. I tend to install and test a lot of applications, both on Windows and now Android. The key to a MUST HAVE is the knowledge that I will reinstall after a Factory reset […]
Tiny application Glass CMD for Vista forces command prompt windows to use Aero’s glass transparency effect.
Preme is a Windows 7 shortcut utility that adds new and unique keyboard and mouse shortcuts, including a handful of useful ways to interact with windows using your mouse’s scroll wheel.
Pir is a lightweight Windows application that creates text lists of folders and directories for exporting—handy for quickly sending a friend lists of your music collection or ripped movies.
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Microsoft’s FixIt solutions generally work well, but sometimes they just take way too long to run — especially on Vista and Windows 7. Some of them also require a little more interaction than I’d prefer: I know where the registry key is to fix that stupid bug where DVD drives disappear from My Computer, I […]