Archive for March, 2014
Monday, March 31st, 2014
One of the basic things you need to keep your computer running and working as it should is information. It is important to have adequate information not just on your computer, but also on other systems on your network. That is why you need a tool like EF System Monitor, which has a lot of handy tools to provide you with basic information about your network.
What is EF System Monitor?
System Monitor is a comprehensive tool which provides you with information about all computers running on your network: memory space, hard disk usage, date, time, user name, etc. When you run it under Windows NT/2000/XP you can use the advanced sensors provided by Windows NT platforms: process and thread surveillance, advances IO ports monitoring, CPU times, etc. All items are displayed using suggestive graphical histograms and icons. It can collect and display the data from remote computers from a TCP/IP network.
This highly affordable and very useful tool supports Windows 8 as well as earlier versions of Windows. You won’t even have any problem with it when it comes to understanding how it works. It is easy to understand; but it is also important to observe it a little just to get a hold of it.
Want to check it out? Visit EFSoftware.com.
Sunday, March 30th, 2014
Have you by mistake deleted some files you never had intention of removing from your system? Are you looking for means to delete a particular file without much success? Then find out just how you can do this by using this program called Active@ UNDELETE.
What is Active@ UNDELETE all about?
Active@ UNDELETE is a data recovery software that helps you to undelete files and restore deleted partitions. This includes bootable CD image to recover data from dead PC. The program can recover files on FAT, NTFS, NTFS5 and EFS. It also comes with features that enable you to create a Disk Image for safe data restoration, deep disk scan and automatic data analyze, damaged RAID data recovery and reconstruction.
Recently a few changes were made to this version being reviewed. Some of these changes and updates include the following: added 64-bit executable for faster scan and better memory utilization on x64 platforms; More pre-defined file signatures added: 3FR, RW2, ERF, KDC, DCR, MOS, ODT, OLE, XPS, GZ, MTS, FMP, CAB and more; the latest Boot Disk Creator, and boot disk utilities for Professional & Enterprise editions; GUI tweaks and behaviour improvements; and better scan and search performance.
Active@ UNDELETE can only undelete or recover only one file per session.
Want to check it out? Visit Active-Undelete.com.
Saturday, March 29th, 2014
Want to save time as well as safely remove your USB from your computer? Then this review is for you because it has information about a program called USB Safely Remove.
What’s this program all about?
USB Safely Remove is a USB device manager. It saves time and extends user abilities on active work with flash-drives, portable drives, card readers. It provides a secure environment for removing USB flash disks from the computer unit without causing any damage in the process. USB Safely Remove is built with a nifty set of features that surpass the default options provided by Windows operating system.
As soon as you have installed USB Safely Remove on your system, it creates an icon in the system tray area and automatically detects pen drives already connected to the PC. USB Safely Remove has a wonderful response time and smoothly integrates into the operating system, without causing it to hang, crash or pop up error dialogs. So far, no serious issue has been reported by users since this version was released; which makes it highly dependable.
The program does not have any problems, and is in fact very easy to use even for the inexperienced user.
Want to check it out? Visit SafelyRemove.com.
Friday, March 28th, 2014
Are you searching for a handy piece of software that can perform quality analysis for any audio equipment connected to your computer? Then this might just be the review you need because it’s about a program called RightMark Audio Analyzer.
What’s the deal with this program?
RightMark Audio Analyzer is an independent audio measurements open-source project. The test suite performs various tests of electroacoustical performance of sound cards and other real-time audio devices. Testing is accomplished by playing the test signals and recording them after they pass through the testing chain. There are several tests that you can perform. Frequency response and total harmonic distortion allow speaker system testing, but you also have tests for your system subwoofer and other devices.
All the playback or recording devices are automatically detected by RightMark Audio Analyzer and displayed in a drop-down menu, allowing you to choose the item you want to test, as well as the sampling modes (rate and capacity). The main user interface of the program bundles all the configuration options and the test lists. Before playing the test signals, you can choose to normalize them, in order to eliminate different signal levels.
The program’s user interface is a bit difficult to understand.
Want to check it out? Visit Audio.RightMark.org.
Friday, March 28th, 2014
Are you looking for a program or media player that has all the features that you need, with the ability to play virtually everything that you need? Are you also looking for a program that won’t give you any problem when it comes to understanding its interface? Then Media Player Classic is one program you should take a look at.
Media Player Classic – BE is a free and open source audio and video player for Windows. It is based on the original “Media Player Classic” project (Gabest) and “Media Player Classic Home Cinema” project (Casimir666), but contains additional features and bug fixes.
The publisher has done a lot of work to this new version, and it now includes a number of updates such as the following: Renumbered versions – now it consists of three digits (MAJOR.MINOR.PATCH); MPCVideoDec – disable DXVA for WMV3 Complex profile; libpng 1.7.0 b35 git-3ac960f1; Fixed crash when closing a window settings file associations when called from a UAC; fixed changing settings interface; and some menu items are not marked as active.
Media Player Classic is lightweight, and easy to use. It does not have any downside.
Want to check it out? Visit SourceForge.net.
Friday, March 28th, 2014
Do you own a cyber cafe and desire a program that comes complete with management features? Maybe you should read this review about TrueCafe because it might just be what you have been looking for!
What’s the big deal about TrueCafe?
TrueCafe is a friendly cyber cafe software with a complete set of features for cyber cafe management: Wi-Fi billing, thin clients support (NComputing, Windows Terminal Server), tickets, license keys, pre-paid and post-paid sessions, point-of-sale, a terminal protection, print charging, URL log and traffic calculation, reports, etc.
You can even charge the customers of your cafe, club, shop, hotel, etc. when they use your Wi-Fi hotspot from their Wi-Fi laptops. The software also allows you to cut down your game licensing expenses using the license key (CD-key) management system, automatically charge your customers for monochrome and color printing, organize a chat between operator and customers, browse a terminal screenshot, task manager and volume control. Sell items to walk-in customers, and make your unique receipt design.
You can also use TrueCafe Client software to lock cyber cafe terminals and display customer session info, remotely turn on, shutdown or restart terminals, start or terminate any application on a terminal, configure a list of applications that a user can start. Once you have it installed on your system, it allows a customer to order items from a terminal. Setup any imaginable pricing model.
TrueCafe for 1 PC costs $30. The upgraded version for 4 PCs and up to 10 Wi-Fi connected devices will cost you nearly a hundred bucks ($99.90).
Want to check it out? Visit TrueCafe.net.
Thursday, March 27th, 2014
Are you searching for an easy to use program designed for the creation and burning of ISO files, as the name implies. But it packs other useful features as well? Then you should consider a program like ISO Workshop; and you can find out more by reading the review.
What’s the big deal about ISO Workshop?
ISO Workshop is a free application specifically designed to facilitate disc image management, conversion and burning operations. The program has a very simple user interface that lets you focus on the most important aspects of the process, allowing the program to do the rest.
ISO Workshop’s user interface is represented by a common window with a well-organized layout which enables you to create ISO images from local files and folders, by specifying a name, output directory and type (CD, DVD, Blu-ray disc, Bridge, DVD-Video, or Boot). To burn an ISO image to disc, all you have to do is select the destination drive (in case you have multiple CD/DVD writers), as well as finalize the disc (a requirement by most media players) and make it eject automatically when the task is done.
Does the program have any downside?
The program offers to change or install software or components such as browser toolbars that users may not require.
ISO Workshop is free for private use, still the Business Edition would cost you $19,95.
Want to check it out? Visit GloryLogic.com.
Tuesday, March 25th, 2014
Want a program that will easily help you rename multiple files in one swoop? Do you also want such a program to come with all the features that can easily be customized just for your use? Then what you need is a program known as EF Multi File Renamer.
What is EF Multi File Renamer?
EF Multi File Renamer a versatile tool for comfortable renaming of numerous files or whole directories (including subfolders) in a processing step. Select the rule(s) you need for the current task from an extensive set of predefined rules. Each rule has its individual settings. Renaming tasks can be implemented clearly with a minimum of efforts.
With EF Multi File Renamer, defined rules sets can be saved and used again; and because you can deactivate individual rules, EF Multi File Renamer offers a great variety of flexibility and function. The position of each rule in a set can be easily changed. Some of the important features in the program include the following: clear, easily understood definitions, from simple to complex renaming rules, with multiple options. Rule sets can be saved and used again later; undo the last renaming operation; recursive processing of subfolders and the files contained in them; etc.
EF Multi File Renamer has a 30 day trial limitation. Full version license would cost you $15.
Want to check it out? Visit Efsoftware.com
Tuesday, March 25th, 2014
As a busy executive who always have a lot of schedules lined up for the day or week, one of the things you need to do is get yourself organised. What that means is that you should get a calendar that contains features that will enable you plan things ahead; a kind of personal assistant if that is what you choose to call it. One program you can use when it comes to planning ahead is Rainlendar.
What is Rainlendar Lite?
Rainlendar is a feature rich calendar application that is easy to use and doesn’t take much space on your desktop. The application is platform independent so you can run it both on Windows and on Linux. The appearance can be customized with skins and you can even mix different skins together.
Rainlendar helps you in a lot of ways including the following: supports events and tasks which both are kept in separate lists; notifies you in advance before the event is due so that you don’t forget your important events; data is stored in the standard iCalendar format (RFC2445) which is supported by most calendar applications; look and feel of the calendar can be changed with skins; translated to over 50 different languages so you can use it in your native language; etc.
Rainlendar is a great program that does not have any downside.
Want to check it out? Visit Rainlendar.net.
Tuesday, March 25th, 2014
Any program that will simplify the way you do things especially when it comes to doing a lot of things on Windows is worth a try; and that is why having a program like Windows Post-Install Wizard (WPI) is not a bad program. Find out more about what the program is all about and what it can offer you.
What is the big deal about Windows Post-Install Wizard (WPI)?
Windows Post-Install Wizard (WPI) is a hypertext application designed for giving users choice. While Windows XP offers many ways of customizing the setup process out of the box, its major drawback is the lack of being able to select which applications an end user may install.
Formerly, end users and administrators needed to either download the files manually or create overly complex scripts that could only be used once. This allows you to create one image, which can then be custom configured, and optionally, automated, so that end users can install any applications that have been configured into WPI.
Windows Post-Install Wizard is also commonly used to add many applications to your windows installation disks. This way you can simply automate the complete process of Windows and program installations.
Want to check it out? Visit Wpiw.net