There are dozens of everyday applications of proven utility and everyone knows them in Windows environments: Firefoz, VLC, 7-Zip … This list does not refer to such programs, but others who are also incredibly useful and should be handy although we don’t use them every day.
Many of these programs can be stored as files executable without installation. That makes them especially useful in the case we are on another computer. Simply save the .EXE files on a USB memory, or in a shared folder on Dropbox to have them always ready.
Have you forgotten what make and model is the RAM you bought or need to know at what temperature is the processor? Speccy scans your computer and displays all the technical specifications that we need from the brand, model or serial number of the components, to the fan speed or the state of the motherboard.
9. Ultimate Windows Tweaker
Every time we finished installing Windows starts a long process of adjusting each function to our liking. Ultimate Windows Tweaker makes this task much easier. It has tons of options for virtually everything fine adjustment allows Windows or not
8. Applications to test the performance
Enthusiasts Overclocking know very well Prime95 , LinX or AIDA64 , but all three applications are also very useful for other users. They are used to diagnose potential performance problems on the processor or other major equipment components.
7. Malware Bytes, VirusTotal, and AdwCleaner
We put them in the same section because all three are designed to clean and protect your computer from malware , but each stands on its own function. MalwareBytes is an antivirus only scans the system when we asked, so it is suitable as a barrier secondary. VirusTotal Uploader is used to upload a suspicious file and scan simultaneously with 50 antivirus engines. Finally, if you have problems with annoying adware typical bar, AdwCleaner will help you get rid of it.
6. Magical Jelly Bean KeyFinder
Are you going to reinstall a program and can not remember the password you used software and it works? Magical Jelly Bean KeyFinder analyzes all installed software and displays product keys in use. When installing the installation should be avoided default because it has enough adware, but is very useful.
5. Process Explorer
Process Explorer is the alternative to task manager when this does not give us the information we are looking for , and what programs make use of each piece of equipment.
4. UNetbootin and Yumi
Both UNetbootin as YUMI serve the same purpose : convert ISO disc images in executable files from any drive such as a USB memory. It is especially useful, for example, have on hand a Linux distribution from which to run diagnostics, or spend our old copy of Photoshop CD to a USB drive to install an Ultrabook.
3. Wireless Network Watcher
Despite its name, Wireless Network Watcher runs on wireless networks or traditional Ethernet networks. It allows inspect and manage which computers are connected to our networks. It is a gem to monitor and cut the wings to neighboring pirating networks.
Everyone has happened to us at some point. The computer shows the fateful message that the hard disk is full, we have passed the usual tools and still have the feeling that we miss something. WinDirStat examines in detail our drive to locate directories or larger files, and any portion disk misused.
Sometimes we run a despite having a really suspicious – looking file. Sandboxie allows you to create a completely isolated environment where test files and programs without that could damage other equipment.