Cross-platform system tool for reading and editing configurations of PCI devices. Based on the portable library libpci which provides access to the PCI configurations for almost all major operating systems.
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.
More than 30 different system utilities to help optimise and clean up Windows 7 and increase your system speed. Also allows access to numerous settings normally hidden by default. Fast and secure download from The H
Tool that automatically shuts down your computer, restarts it or switches it to standby mode, at or after a particular time. A 30-second countdown appears before each of these actions to give you chance to stop the function if required.
Creates Windows-based, bootable live CDs, DVDs or USB flash media that can, for example, be used as emergency media to start vital system programs directly if your system crashes. Packs numerous important utilities onto the data medium, such as the ones used to restore data, partition the hard disk or permanently delete data. Fast and secure download from The H
Lists all programs that start automatically with the operating system. Can disable automatic start-up of programs temporarily or permanently. Allows collecting of further information about entries and automatically starting of additional programs. Displays and terminates running processes.
Enables you to list and print out the contents of directories using a tree structure. Use the clipboard to transfer lists quickly and easily to other programs. Also available as an extended Pro version.
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.
Use this tool to execute particular activities at specific times on your computer – for example, to start a program automatically, play a music file at a predefined time, or run a batch process. These actions can be executed either at regular intervals or at specific points in time.