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Even if you're not a programmer, you can easily create tiny, time-saving applications that breeze through repetitive tasks—renaming large groups of files, executing terminal commands, and much more—with the simple, code-free, drag-and-drop interface of OS X's built-in tool, Automator. For those of you who don't know, Automator is a program that allows you to create your own workflows, through the use of drag-and-drop actions, that automate repetitive tasks.
Some people avoid any and all update notices—and you can't always blame them, given how many occur on the average computer.
We've shown you how to automate just about anything on your Mac without coding , but if you're a Windows user, you can automate repetitive tasks in the same way with free app Actions.
BartPE is Admin's best friend...
This howto will demonstrate how to keep all of your data while reinstalling Windows without copying it off of your hard drive. This will only work if you have a Windows XP CD or a real source to install it from, NOT a manufactures "Restore CD" which reloads all the junk it came with. I have seen people on the internet dread reinstalling Windows because it takes so long to backup gigabytes of data and to restore it later!
Process Tamer is a tiny (140k) and super efficient utility for Microsoft Windows XP/2K/NT/Vista/Win7 that runs in your system tray and constantly monitors the cpu usage of other processes.