AppCrashView is a small utility for Windows Vista and Windows 7 that displays the details of all application crashes occurred in your system.
License Crawler is a sweet little application that scans the Windows Registry for Windows product keys and other serial numbers and licenses.
TrackWinstall is a free tool that informs you about the changes a setup program made to your Windows installation. It shows you what files where added or removed and which files were changed by the setup program. It also lists all Registry changes.
TinyResMeter is a small tool that display usefull realtime system resources informations, but it also give much more details thru context menu when you right-click over displayed fields!
A simple tool that lists all and every auto starting program on your system. You might be surprised what it finds, this is way better than Msconfig. Commonly used to troubleshoot malfunctioning systems, trojan/viral infections, new spyware/malware breed and the likes.
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MSConfig is a powerful tool that allows you to enable/disable the programs that start when Windows boots up. MSConfig would be a perfect startup manager, if it allowed you not only to disable items, but to delete them forever. Unfortunately it does not do that. This is where MSConfig Cleanup comes in! It scans the startup configurations and allows you to remove any item that has been previously disabled via MSConfig.
SysRun is a powerful program that allows you to run a program as SYSTEM. If you do not know what it means to run a program as SYSTEM then this program is not for you!
Running a program as SYSTEM can be very dangerous, it completely bypasses security. The SYSTEM account is authorized to do anything. But for the über-dork who knows what he/she is doing,
running certain processes as SYSTEM can be very useful. Note: if you run a SYSTEM process while logged into a machine using Terminal Services you will not see the UI as SYSTEM processes
appear in a different desktop than the TS window. Make sure you are logged in as a user with administrative rights on the machine. Next start SysRun and enter the command line of the program
to run as SYSTEM and click Run. Optionally there is a browse button allowing you to browse for the program. You can also specify the program to run as SYSTEM from the command line for scripting purposes.
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KUpTime is a light, free and simply to use software to retrieve system uptime. It displays, in real time, how long your PC
has been running since startup and also displays the date/time when computer was started.
It can be reduced on systray and it also displays uptime on systray's tooltip. KUpTime can starts with Windows (accessible from the systray).
Able to copy informations to clipboard (ctrl + c). Able to custom user interface (no rectangular window, transparency, colors of text, background color and main window's name).
All settings are accessible in the file "KUpTime.ini" and will be apply on next KUpTime's launch execpt for transparency which is available by keyboard's shortcuts: "down" and "up" arrow.
Other keyboard's shortcuts: "space bar" - save informations in a text file. Press "Enter" - Screenshot.
This tool will automatically shutdown your computer after consuming a predefined time credit a day. I made this tool to temper the time my kids were playing computer games.
User is informed with spoken messages during the last hour, so playing games is not interfered. Settings can be applied to the system or user(s).
Checks whether your system needs to be restarted after you install new software. Gives you the option to restart, shut down, or do nothing when you exit
the program. You can pass a timeout interval from the command line after which the program will automatically restart your computer if a restart is necessary.
Also saves a log file detailing all file system changes and "RunOnce" activities that will happen during the next system startup.
It retrieves system and hardware informations. It has also some options to manage your computer:
- Shutdown, reboot, log-off or lock computer.
- Start, stop or delete a service.
- Change Windows elements color.
- Kill or change a processe's priority.
- A registry tweaker (optimize registry + services).
- A cleaner (delete IE cookies, IE temporary Internet files, recent documents, all recycle bins on all drives, Log files, Backup files, Temporary files).
- A password generator.
- A shortcut maker.
- A QuickLaunh accessible via the systray.
- Enable, disable, launch your screensaver.
- Show/Hide Windows's elements (systray, traywnd, start up button, desktop).
- Possibilty to stop Internet connection.
- A Whois query + TCP/IP Analyzer via http link.
Lastly you can backup informations retrieved by K1 in a text file.
Daphne is a small (system tray) application for killing, controlling and debuging window's processes. You can kill a process by dragging the mouse over the windows, by right-clicking the process in the main process list, or by typing its name with the 'Kill all by name' command. You can set a any window to be always on top, to be transparent, to be enable, et cetera.
Event Log Explorer
Event Log Explorer is an effective software solution for viewing, monitoring and analyzing events recorded in Security, System, Application and other logs of Microsoft Windows operating systems. Event Log Explorer greatly extends standard Windows Event Viewer monitoring functionality and brings many new features.