The Internet isn't just about tech news and grumpy cats. When it's time to actually get stuff done, one of these website could prove to be a life-changer.
Normally $49.95, Digiarty Software's utility can be yours free of charge, no strings attached.
A Michigan developer last week started selling a $5 utility that lets Windows 8 customers shun the new Modern UI by running apps on the classic desktop.
Google is open-sourcing a new general purpose data compression library called Zopfli that can be used to speed up Web downloads.
Vendors say their system clean-up utilities can speed up everything from creaky Windows XP installations to brand new Windows 8 machines. We test five to verify the lofty claims.
Connectify Hotspot provides the tools to act as a software router between whatever internet connection you provide and the other computers connected to your laptop.
If you have lots of photos, music or other files, renaming each one individually can be a tedious task. File Renamer allows you to rename them all in one go.
Pastebin is a site where you can store massive data dumps for public use. Whatever your requirements, you can now use the site with a handy portable app.
Those of us with typing-intensive jobs will know how tiring on the fingers it can be. But what if there were a way to type out what needs to be typed using only half the normal effort?
This tiny utility gives you lots of control over your boot options, including bringing back the Windows 7 boot loader.