system information


Disk Space Visualizer – added 4/12/2006

Disk Space Visualizer can visualize exactly where the unecssary files are on your computer. Disk Space Visualizer reveals the worst disk space hoggers and displays them clearly and nicely laid out on the screen in an easy to understand graphic display.


DiskScann – added 2/27/2006

DiskScann can scan the hard drive, and also find the SAM file, which is ususally locked, and dump it to a file you can read. With DiskScann, you can search for data by string, hex, move data between sectors, erase sectors and a bunch of other things. Exercise caution when making changes to your drives with this!


SysVariables – added 1/9/2006

SysVariables allows you to set or delete system and or user environment variables in a handy graphic user interface.


InstallWatch – added 12/22/2005

InstallWatch is a small utility that records modifications made to your PC during the installation of software, hardware, or configuration changes.


K1 – added 12/13/2005

K1 is an all purpose system utility for Windows XP and Windows 2003 that retrieves a detailed list about your operating system and hardware informations and also some options to manage your computer, such as Shutdown, reboot, hibernate, stand by, log-off or lock computer, manage processes, password generator, and show/hide Windows’s elements (systray, traywnd, start up button, desktop). Plus, you can also use K1 to delete cookies, temporary Internet files, recent documents, empty recycle bin, Applications history files and Windows temporary files.


Double Driver – added 11/22/2005

With Double Driver you can view which drivers are installed in your system, backup and restore drivers, and you can backup the drivers you choose, save and print the drivers list, and more.


System Path Commander – added 11/20/2005

System Path Commander offers a power-user tool that allows you to easily and safely enable and disable directories in your windows system path environment variable (the paths searched when launching programs). Such a tool is useful in a variety of situations. For example, the System Path sometimes grows too large and can cause problems if it isn’t shortened. Being able to temporarily disable and enable directories on your system path can be a great way to do this safely, while still keeping all the paths available to you should you decide to re-enable them at a later time.


Scanner – added 11/3/2005

Scanner is a small, open source application for scanning folder and file sizes, that uses a unique concentric pie chart to display the usage of your hard disk or other media. The chart shows all major files and folders from all directory levels at once.

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