An archival utility.
I've been using this for a hell of a long time.
A malware scanner.
- Their portable scanner is still just an installer.
It found an Wajam plugin from Magic Camera, presumably installed for either Internet Explorer or Edge.
- During scanning, it claims to have found infected files, but those files were neither reported at the end of its scan nor found in its quarantine. What gives?
One of those "PC problems" programs.
Whatever this is supposed to be, it's insultingly simplistic and opaque.
A remote-control tool that can be used without firewall configuration. Port scanner and Trace Route, drag&drop files, get system passwords, Power-down or Wake-Up remote PCs.
By far the most impressive piece of software I've ever used. It's tiny and does the impossible. But it made enemies.
Last tested 2010-11-01 on Windows XP.
A defragmentation tool for individual files.
Note that defragmentation is irrelevant with an SSD, and even with a HDD, Windows will auto-defragment if you leave it alone for a bit. For windows 8 and Windows 10, my administrative settings are so aggressive that when I'm inactive for five minutes it pokes around to see what it can defragment.
- As of 2016-02-15 on Windows 10, 1.35.04 is in my toolkit.
I had tested v1.0.0rc1 on Windows 8.1 a while back, for Path of Exile.
A general system information utility.
A process viewer.
It's 80k, so why not include it in my kit.
- aka CProcess
- Tested 1.10 on 2016-02-12 on Windows 10, updated recently.
- Tested 1.10 on 2014-04-24 on Windows 8.1, updated recently.
As of 2016-02-12 this was last updated 2008-05-22.
Windows NT needs
psapi.dll downloaded and put in
Confuses a hidden Keylogger (if any) by generating a ton of fake key strokes internally.
Tested v0.1alpha, on 2016-02-10, on Windows 10, updated recently.