Clean-up your right-click context menu and eliminate any lag (delay) associated with right-clicking files and folders.
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TouchFreeze is a tiny freeware which automatically disables the touchpad as soon as you start typing.
FixWin is a free utility which provides quick fixes to fifty problems, which Windows 7 and Vista users commonly experience.
FAAR is an application launcher. But launching applications is one of the many many things it can do for you. A sophisticated (and complicated even) application, which will have power users squealing with joy
Once upon a time life was simple. While setting up your internet connection, you simply had to enter the DNS servers you had received from your ISP and forget about it. Most of the chaps didn’t even have to do that; Windows’ was smart enough to automatically figure it out. But then along came OpenDNS. […]
Speccy is a free and portable system information tool which gives you essential information about all the critical hardware components including Processor, RAM, Hard Disk, Optical Drive, Graphics Card and Audio Device.
Windows 7 USB/DVD Download Tool from Microsoft automatically prepares USB or DVD installation media from ISO images.
Having to install dozens of applications individually can be really frustrating. Ninite is a bulk installation utility which offers a viable alternative to installing applications one by one.
Why use separate software to convert video, audio and images when one software can take care of all your multimedia conversions? Format Factory is a powerful multimedia converter which supports a staggering number of formats and doesn’t cost a dime.
Broadband Scheduler is a freeware which can automatically connect and disconnect your internet connection as specified times.
Adobe Integrated Runtime (AIR) is a technology which allows you experience the best of the web right from the comfort of your desktop. It allows developers to create rich Internet applications using Adobe Flash, Adobe Flex, HTML, or Ajax. AIR has really started to take off, and we are seeing wonderful new applications being developed every day. Here are my favourite AIR apps.