Overview - Process Hacker Windows Utilities Have you ever downloaded and installed a new Windows utility and wondered why Windows didn’t have its features inbuilt? I have. Over the last few years, I’ve tried hundreds of apps that have solved common inadequacies in Windows. This is a list of 37 handpicked Windows utilities that I think will help us in fixing the missing pieces in Windows. Give them a try â€“ these utilities will beat those common Windows annoyances. Good luck. If you think an app deserves to be in this list, please use the comments section to voice your opinion. Essential Windows Utilities Without further ado, here goes a list of the most useful windows utilities I’ve ever used and wished that Windows came preinstalled with them. Teracopy â€“ Speeds up Windows file copying. Flash Drive Reminder â€“ Reminds you to remove your USB drive when you exit Windows Unlocker â€“ Deletes files even if they’re being used by other Windows Processes Taskbar Shuffle â€“ Rearrange minimized Window Buttons in the Taskbar
3 Tools to Test Run your AntiVirus/Spyware Program | MakeUseOf.com Too many times we rely on our Anti-Virus/Anti-Spware to just work. We think since we have it installed, that it’s safe and sound. I think we’ve come to find these days, many Anti-Virus applications do a very poor job of protecting you against ad/mal/spyware, even though they claim to do so. And these days, we rarely see “viruses”. They typically fall into the spyware category. The majority of the time you end up relying on on another product to get the annoyingware off of your machine. In order to be preventative, it would be nice to maybe give some of these products, which usually have a trial version, a run for their money before making the plunge and purchasing the full product. Testing your Anti-Virus An IT security group based in Europe called Eicar has come with a few different tools to test the effectiveness of your preferred AntiVirus application. Testing your Anti-Malware Malware is a whole different ballgame, and is much more common and prevalent in today’s “internet” world.
SpeedFan - Access temperature sensor in your computer SpeedFan is a program that monitors voltages, fan speeds and temperatures in computers with hardware monitor chips. SpeedFan can even access S.M.A.R.T. info and show hard disk temperatures. SpeedFan supports SCSI disks too. SpeedFan can access the temperature sensors available on your motherboard and on your nVidia video card. Modern CPUs can report their own internal temperature. More powerful hardware (motherboards, CPUs, video cards and hard disks) often requires more power. SpeedFan can access the voltages reported by the hardware. Almost every hard disk can report a set of data about its own health and status. SpeedFan can report health data and statistical values returned by SCSI hard disks. SMART data from hard disks connected to RAID (software or hardware) controllers is more difficult to be read.
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