By AN Jay on July 29, 2010

The 5 (Really) Cool Windows Tools You Might Need

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There are so many software available out there that can make your windows PC performs better, getting by free and good ones is not that easy. That is why I am sharing 5 great freeware tools for you to make your lives easier than ever. Read each entry in the list and see which tool suits your needs best.

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Soluto

Soluto is a freeware program for Windows operating systems. Although no system requirements are specified on the website’s page, I tested the program on a Vista 32 bit machine and it ran flawlessly.

Smart Defrag

smartdefrag Smart Defrag is a tiny Windows compatible utility sized at only 1.8 MB. When you run the program, you can view all your hard drive partitions. Click on the partition you feel is responding slowly, and perform an analysis to see if any files require defragmentation.

USB Write Protect

usbwriteprotect

A flash drive virus works by writing itself onto your flash drive. If you could somehow temporarily disable the writing permissions on your drive, your flash drive would be more secure. At the same time, you will be unable to accidentally delete or modify the flash drive’s contents. USB Write Protect is tiny Windows utility sized at only 11 KB. You download the archive, extract it, and run the executable in it.

FontFrenzy

To clean up these redundant fonts, you could employ any one of countless font managers available on the web. My primary choice, however, would be FontFrenzy – a font manager with some extra font cleaning features. FontFrenzy is a freeware sized at only 490 KB and compatible with Windows. When you load it up, the program shows all fonts installed on your computer.

Bvckup

Bvckup1

Bvckup is a program currently in its beta that works with Windows operating systems. The program has a number of interface and functionality features which set it apart from applications that perform the same auto-syncing tasks.

That is why I am sharing 5 great freeware tools for you to make your lives easier than ever.




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all these tools have great features thanks for listed here

“The program has a number of interface and functionality features which set it apart from applications that perform the same auto-synching[sic] tasks.”

Uhm, more weasel words please? Which features sets this program apart? You don’t have to mention them all, but just a few would help. Right now the paragraph that follows Bvckup is as useful as “OMG!!1 this is cool!!!one11″.

Oh, and there is no h in syncing.

Does it really matter or do you enjoy pointing out flaws? Does it hurt to check out the Bvckup website?

Yeah, it matters. It makes this blog entry useless. This is no better than a page of links. What does Soluto do? I have no idea, other than it works on windows.

get tr0ll3d

58 applications at startup? LMAO. And oh the irony to post shit like Soluto to boot, followed by yet more crapware. What a fucking joke!

GJ!

Wo this makes very good sense dude.

Lou
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Soluto is designed to help you make decisions about your PCs configuration based on data it collects from other users of the software. Basically, if you are unsure what to do with a application, you can check what others have done with it. I’ve played with the program and, in my experience, it had a difficult time retrieving suggestions from the server.

Absolutely useless article with zero content, studded with amateurish advert words. congratulations for sucking.

I have to agree with what has been said. When I saw Saluto, I went to read the description but it didn’t explain what the program was at all. Granted you could go to the website, but when you write an article about recommended tools, it’s common writing sense to provide a general description as to what what the actual program does if you’re recommending it without having to go to the website.

“There are so many software available out there that can make your windows PC performs better,”

How many grammatical errors can you count in HALF of the first sentence?

Even if the author had a command of English, the writing is *terrible*. There’s little description of what the apps do, why you’d want them, or why they’re worthy of being singled out vs. their competition.

Here’s a bunch of random apps, poorly described. Go download them.

F*** you for wasting my time with this sh*t.

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I think “Smart Defrag” is one of the best one among all these.. my personal experience was really sweet :)

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