Don't-Miss Utility software Stories
This handy utility won't necessarily fix your BSOD problems, but it can certainly help you diagnose them.
BatteryBar is one of the all-time great Windows freebies. But a mere $5 gets you the Pro version, which is even better.
When MLStrand56 right-clicks a file in Windows Explorer, the resulting menu is too big for comfort, "due to various programs adding their own items to the menu." The Windows forum offers a solution.
Robert Conner asked me to define the various words for different types of programs.
iTunes can automatically add new music to your library, but only if you place it in a designated folder. Here's how to make iTunes monitor any folder.
This open-source (read: free) utility provides powerful, visual folder-comparison and -sync capabilities.
Free utility X-Mouse Button Control lets you reprogram just about every aspect of your mouse, including the often-overlooked middle button.
A41202813 asked the Answer Line forum for the best way to turn a bootable optical disc, like a CD or DVD, into a file that you could burn back into a bootable disc.
Properly clear off old data from a flash drive, hard-disk drive, solid-state drive, or hybrid hard drive--at no cost.