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Discussion in 'Tech Talk' started by AZ-Boog, Aug 8, 2005.


  1. AZ-Boog

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  2. Furant

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    Outstanding link.

    I was pleased to see many of my everyday utilities on that list and found out about quite a few that I'm going to have to give a try now.

    Thanks,
    Joey
     

  3. Zoolander

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  4. AZ-Boog

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    awright,....let's not get too carried away here.

    ;P

    :)

    maybe warrants a "sticky"??


    what do you think mods???
     
  5. funbob

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    Outstanding list. Lots of very useful stuff

    I humbly submit a few more that I didn't see on that list...

    SpeedFan. Monitor voltage, fan speed, temperature and SMART info. Excellent logging and graphing features. Control individual fan speeds and set up custom fan speed profiles based on temperature.
    http://www.almico.com/speedfan.php

    SpamPal. My favorite spam killer. Tons of features.
    http://www.spampal.org/

    NetStumbler. Excellent wifi discovery and info tool. Useful for troubleshooting signal and speed problems, optimizing antenna placement or just general curiosity.
    http://www.netstumbler.com/

    Fastcache. All those fractions of seconds your computer spends querying a DNS server add up. Store those DNS requests locally and speed things up a bit. Also useful in the event of a DNS failure, you'll still be able to access all your favorite sites provided the rest of your connection is functioning properly.
    http://www.analogx.com/contents/news.htm (check out all the other neat utils while you're there)