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HDD Guardian to Monitor Your Hard Drive with Failure Warnings

HDD Guardian is another free hardware tool that monitors the health status of hard drives for both SSD and regular HD. It's a front-end...

Etcher to Burn Images to SD Cards & USB Drives with...

Etcher is a cross-platform free tool that burns images to SD cards or USB flash drives safely and securely. It's offered as beta releases for...

3 Free Zip Alternative Archivers to WinZip and Windows Compressed Folder

Windows has built-in Zip folder called Compressed Folder but offers very limited capabilities and it's not user-friendly at all to use. WinZip is the...

A New Version of 7-Zip Released with A Lot of New...

7-Zip, one of the most popular archiving tool, finally has a new version 15.12 released just a couple days ago on Nov. 19, 2015....

FreeFileSync To Do Folder Comparison and Synchronization

FreeFileSync is a free folder comparison and synchronization tool for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux, with the support to both 32-bit and 64-bit editions...

Windows Inspection Tool Set [Freeware]

Windows Inspection Tool Set is an open source system utility toolkit to offer you a flexible, cross-linked, filtered view into a running Windows system....

Free Deduplication Software for Windows 7 and Sever 2008 R2

Data Deduplication is a specialized data compression technique used mostly in high-end data storage solutions, such as SANs and Backups, to reduce the storage...

Windows Firewall Notifier to Control and Troubleshoot Outbound Network Traffic

Windows built-in firewall has gotten better and better since its first debut in Windows XP SP1. Most of the security issues have been dealt...

UltraDefrag – A Powerful Open Source Defragmenter for Windows

UltraDefrag is a powerful free open source Defragmentation tool designed for Windows platforms. It defragements not only the regular files but also system files including...

Syncing Files to Your Own Hosting Platform via FTPbox

Cloud computing is the trend. We have the options to sync our own files through public services such as Dropbox, SkyDrive, or Google Drive....
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