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Archive for September, 2008

Reclaim the Speed of your Hard-Drives with UltraDefrag

By • Sep 25th, 2008 • Filed under: Open-Source, Windows

Another open-source maintenance tool that Windows users can aptly make use of, is the free UltraDefrag defrag tool. Light-weight, easy-to-use, good graphical interface, skips no fragmented files, you can filter-out folders you do not intend to defrag or can ignore very big files. It does not have a detailed scheduler like JkDefragGui but  at least […]

Launchy – The application launcher for Linux and Windows

By • Sep 25th, 2008 • Filed under: Linux Packages, Open-Source, Windows

For Windows/Linux: If you’re a huge Windows/Linux app-user or tester, you certainly know what it takes every time to get to a desired application through the Windows Start Menu(Application Menu in Ubuntu) or via the many desktop icons. Launchy is designed to help you.

PoolwarePack – Lock your PC at Break Time with desktopShield

By • Sep 23rd, 2008 • Filed under: Open-Source, Windows

PoolwarePack is a bunch of 15 portable, light-weight, open-source applications for Windows 2000, XP and Vista. This collection contains; 1) SciONE_Calculator, 2) SciONE_UnitConverter, 3) SciONE_PeriodicTable, 4) compINFO, 5) LT_Parallel, 6) QuickAlarm, 7) xphysDrop, 8)xploreMassEnergy, 9) xploreTimeDilation, 10) xploreLightWaveFreq, 11) xplorePPCR, 12) xploreBAC, 13) desktopShield, 14) tripShield, 15) freezeShield

Run Linux Live CDs On Windows with MobaLiveCD

By • Sep 22nd, 2008 • Filed under: Open-Source, PortableApps, Windows

MobaLiveCD is a QEMU (a generic open source emulator and virtualizer) based stand-alone emulator, that lets you run Linux Live CDs on Windows without the need of any Windows configuration or extra hardware.

Three Top Open Source Maintenance Tools for Windows

By • Sep 22nd, 2008 • Filed under: Open-Source, Windows

Three free, open-source applications that can render your bulky and cluttered Windows PC, smart again and free from malicious-ware. Two of these applications are portable, so you can use them directly from your flash drive on any Windows PC you come across. All three have been tested on Windows XP.