A Portable Tech Toolbox to Keep An Eye On

IObit, the developer of various computer system utilities, such as Advanced System Care and Smart Defrag, currently is developing a PORTABLE utility suite (called IObit Toolbox) that is specifically geared toward administrators and computer geeks alike.

This portable app currently consists of various tools for PC diagnosis, PC security, PC optimization, and PC repair that can be carried around on your flash drive (no installation is required).

The first matter to point out here is that IObit Toolbox is currently in the beta stage of testing, meaning it is publicly available for us to test out further and report any bugs. Secondly, any utility such as this, it is always good idea to have a backup of your registry. Otherwise, if you are like me, I love testing out apps. If IObit Toolbox plays its’ cards right, it just may have a future on my flash drive.

IObit Toolbox

IObit Toolbox is FREE portable software that system administrators and computer geeks will take along to solve PC problems anytime and anywhere. With more than 20 dedicated tools, IObit Toolbox allows you to display/diagnose PC information, enhance PC security, optimize PC performance and repairing PC problems. In a word, IObit Toolbox offers an easy way for PC admin to monitor and manage computers. It can be used for both commercial and non-commercial purposes.

More than 20 dedicated tools in one place

Completely portable, no installation required

Powerful and easy-to-use

Totally Free

Easy Customization


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  1. Hey Rick
    Sorry for being off-topic but I just have to tell this to my techie friends. Microsoft has done it again to me. It refuses to open my Windows 7 Starter.
    First, my Windows Live files and mail in XP were hijacked because of their useless customer service. Then they stopped supporting XP which I was using. Now this.
    Just imagine if I don’t have Ubuntu as my backup OS and if my netbook doesn’t have an optical mouse, my new netbook would’ve been useless now because my mouse only works with an optical mouse in Ubuntu. Can you blame me if I call MS evil? Is installing a new W7 my only option now (if I want to use it)?
    Anyway, I found it amusing and comfortable using 2 mouses together since that help me avoid repetitive muscle stress on one hand lol.


  2. Pochp,

    Have you tried booting into “safe mode”, then run a malware scanner (such as) Malwarebytes AntiMalware. Do a reinstall of Windows 7 as last resort. Hope you have your files backed up.



    1. Sorry Rick, I forgot to mention that malware wasn’t the problem since just before the Windows problem, 3 of my safety apps just told me that my system was clean. I’m just about to post a piece about this and you will see all the details there. Thanks.


  3. Rick,
    Looks like a nice little app. I sure will check this one out. I love this kind of stuff. I will let you know my thoughts if you like??


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