March 24, 2017
This FREE partition tool gives you more flexibility (and more options) in comparison to the partition tool that is baked into Windows. For example, an option jumping out at me, that is not a windows option, is that there is a tool for wiping a partition securely, allowing you to delete the data from it (to the point that the data cannot be recovered by any data recovery solution). Other numerous options are reflected in the screenshot below…
MiniTool Partition Wizard Free 10.2.1: Quickly create, delete, resize and even copy a partition using this drive tool
Source: MiniTool Partition Wizard Free 10.2.1 – Downloadcrew
March 18, 2017
If you are interested in performing your own PC build, this simulator may be of help to you. The PC Building Simulator is currently in pre-alpha stage of development (which is in the super early stage of development prior to actual public release). You can watch the video to see a demo of this in action or can actually download it (and learn more) from the source link below.
Practice your dream build with PC Building Simulator! Available for Windows, macOS, Linux
Source: PC Building Simulator by McINTYRE
March 17, 2017
This is the portable version of WSCC at Download Crew… WSCC is a great way to quickly access the tools at NirSoft and Sysinternals; as well as various Windows Tools. To learn more, click on the source link below.
Source: WSCC (Windows System Control Center) Portable 126.96.36.199
February 28, 2017
Found this on BetaNews that looks interesting… It is called Pastextra. It is a tiny Explorer extension which enables pasting clipboard text or images directly to a file, no extra steps required. This is useful if you are into saving images or text that you need to preview later.
The program has no installer, but it’s easy to set up manually. Extract the archive to a safe folder, run Pastextra as an administrator and it registers itself on Explorer’s right-click menu.
Getting clipboard text or images into a file normally requires some help from an application.You might launch Notepad, paste in some text, click File > Save As, browse to the folder you need and…
Source: Paste clipboard content to a file with Pastextra
February 22, 2017
The majority of home based computer users use the same passwords (or easy to remember passwords) for nearly every account that they are subscribed to. Hacker’s (or criminals) know this and take advantage of these facts. If your password is easy to remember, then it is easy to hack.
To make your accounts secure, it is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED that you use a password manager to manage your accounts and the passwords associated with them. The “go to” password manager that I use (on all my computers and devices); and, have used since its’ inception is the “S10 Password Vault”. It has never let me down… The main feature I like about this software is that I have total control over my password information at the local level.
There are so many features to the S10 Password Vault that I encourage you to visit the developer’s site by clicking the source link below.S10 Password Vault is available for Windows as a standard installer and as a portable version that allows you to run directly from a USB drive (which then also contains your data file). There is also an “S10 Vault” mobile companion app for iPhone/iPad (in the App Store) and for Android devices (in the Google Play Store and Amazon App Store).
Source: S10 Software – S10 Password Vault