If you are experiencing issues with your PC, Kapersky System Checker may help you resolve the issue. It is not designed to fix anything; but, is designed to give you a lead on what the problem could be… I look at this as another tool in the tech toolbox that may help you troubleshoot a range of problems such as: malware, missing updates, poorly configured Windows or application settings, a shortage of hard drive space, and more. Simply download and run. No install is necessary.
SOURCE: DownloadCrew – Kapersky System Checker 18.104.22.1680
Been noticing TweakPower on many of the freeware download sites. Appears to be in beta and looks like a promising all-in-one tool to clean, backup, and optimize your computer as well as fix common problems. Since it is in beta, may want to run in a test environment until the final is released. Noticed a portable version is available…
TweakPower is an all-in-one suite that has been designed to keep you and all your family’s computers running at optimal speed and efficiency. TweakPower is an intelligent software tool that allows users to fine-tune their operating systems and programs for optimum performance. TweakPower protects users from PC problems, while increasing the performance and security of their computer. TweakPower includes advanced performance optimizers, helping you achieve super-fast application load times, work faster and make your games run smoother. Now it’s easier than ever to get a clean PC. TweakPower can quickly remove Windows, program and browser clutter while refreshing your registry and deleting massive disk space hogs. Also, its easy-to-use wizards and diagnostic tools help you find vulnerabilities and errors on your computer.
A NEW NirSoft tech tool…
NetworkUsageView extracts and displays the network usage information stored in the SRUDB.dat database of Windows 8 and Windows 10. The network usage data is collected every hour by Windows operating systems and includes the following information: The name and description of the service or application, the name and SID of the user, the network adapter, and the total number of bytes sent and received by the specified service/application.
SOURCE: NirSoft – Network Usage View
Didn’t really get a chance to mess around with this open source program (called WinBolt); however, thought I would post it for the other techs out there. From what I am gathering WinBolt is a 45MB tech tool (portable app) where you can automate maintenance routines, such as Windows Updates, Malware Scans, CCleaner, etc… If you give this a try, let us know via the comments, your experience with this.
- Automate Windows Updates
- Automate Application Installs
- Automate General Maintenance
- Automate User Backups
- Worry Free IT!
- Scheduled Monthly Maintenance
SOURCE: SourceForge – WinBolt