Archive for the ‘Maintenance and System Tools’ Category

GPU-Z Shows Information on your Video Card (GPU)

Posted by Rich On July - 31 - 2008

If you are wondering whether your computer is good enough for a game that you want to play, GPU-Z will come in very handy. GPU-Z is a lightweight utility designed to give you all information about your graphics processing unit (GPU.) Read the rest of this entry »

Completely Remove Data Using Eraser

Eraser removes data from your computer completely. You may already know that when you “format” a drive, the information is still there. The best way to completely remove data is to write over it, and this is what Eraser does. Eraser is designed for XP, Server 2003, and older Windows versions.

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UltimateDefrag is revolutionary defrag software that not only lets you defrag, but also considers a more important phenomenon, and that is, the placement of files and folders on your hard drive.

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Duplicate Image Finder for Windows

There are many duplicate file finders out there and they have saved me a lot of time over the years. But have you ever wanted to find images that are similar, so you can delete redundant pictures? If you do want to do this, this guide is for you.

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Desktop Teleporter for Windows

Do you have a cluttered desktop? Do you spend time looking for the documents, pictures etc you’ve saved recently and then move them to different folders? If this is the case, or if you just like a clean desktop, this guide is for you.

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Download of the Week: CPU-Z v1.46

Posted by Rich On June - 27 - 2008

Download of the Week: CPU-Z v1.45CPU-Z is a freeware that gathers information on some of the main devices of your system.

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