Checks all the programs, widgets and plug-ins installed on a Mac to see if they’re up to date. Searches online (iusethis.com) for updates to obsolete applications and makes it easy to download and install the new files.
Determines what computer hardware is installed on Windows systems and provides information about available driver updates. Also searches for suitable drivers for devices that Windows was unable to recognise correctly.
Permanently deletes the remains of old hardware drivers, which often hang around on your hard disk after a regular deinstallation and can destabilise the system. You must start this tool after deinstalling the hard disk and restarting Windows in protected mode.
File system driver which allows ext2 and ext3 formatted Linux file systems to be read in Windows. In some cases, files with Asian file names are not copied correctly and will contain unrecognisable characters in the Windows system.
Universal tool for controlling any software. Recognises gestures via camera and sends them to the application as understandable commands, such as mouse and keyboard actions. Distinguishes 26 actions and can load custom configuration files to provide individual gesture presets for various applications.
Allows using of SCSI protocol over TCP for storing data via the Internet Protocol. Sends and converts SCSI data into TCP/IP packets, which allows Windows XP computers to share fixed-disk storage via iSCSI. Available in various versions.