August 6, 2009

Free Sofwares Freewares August

Clipbox

Clipboard helps to view clipboard history. It is a free, open-source
clipboard utility for Windows, a simple tool with minimal resource
usage. It holds text that you have copied, writes to disk immediately
on copying, works well with large chunks of text, removes duplicates.
The advantage of writing to disk is that you can recover copied data
whenever you need it. ClipBox works alongside the regular windows
clipboard and remembers every piece of data, even dozens of them.
ClipBox Pro can handle many screen capture tasks, allowing you to
capture the whole screen or any area of screen.

The 119.9 KB Clpbox free edition (Clipbox-0.1-bin.zip), v5, can be
downloaded at http://snipurl.com/clipbox

It is portable software and does not require installation. It does not
add any entries to your registry either.

CurrPorts

CurrPorts displays a list of all currently opened TCP/IP and UDP ports
on your local computer. It provides details related to Process Name
and ID, Protocol, Local Port Local Port Name and address, Remote
Port, Remote Address, Remote Host Name, State, Process Path, Product
Name, File Description and version, Company, Process Created On, User
Name, Process Services, Process Attributes, Added On, Module
Filename, Remote IP Country, and Window Title. CurrPorts allows you to
close unwanted TCP connections, kill the process that opened the
ports, and save the TCP/UDP ports information to HTML file , XML file,
or to tab-delimited text file. CurrPorts automatically marks with
pink color suspicious TCP/UDP ports owned by unidentified applications
(applications without version information and icons).

You can download CurrPorts at http://nirsoft.net/utils/cports.zip

Please note CurrPorts and IPNetInfo, the utility which follows, work
best when both programs are in the same folder. Feedback to
nirsofer@yahoo.com

IPNetInfo

IPNetInfo is a small utility to retrieve IP Address from the message
headers. It can displays the information about these IP addresses.
Information along with the owner of the IP address, the country/state
name, IP addresses range, contact information (address, phone, fax,
and email), and more. This utility can be very useful to find out the
origin of unsolicited mail - simply copy the message headers from
your email software and paste them into IPNetInfo utility. Please note
that sometimes WHOIS requests from IPNetInfo may not be responded to
immediately, in such cases try again, later.

IPNetInfo v1.19 can be downloaded at http://nirsoft.net/utils/ipnetinfo.zip

Please note CurrPorts and IPNetInfo, the utility mentioned above, work
best when both programs are in the same folder. Feedback to
nirsofer@yahoo.com

Chameleon

As many viruses, trojans, bloated softwares tend to reside in the
start up items it would be prudent to watch the StartUp Menu
carefully. However, choosing which one to load or not at Windows start
up is not an easy task. Chameleon, a start up manager, is a good one
at that. Chameleon Startup Manager controls programs that run at
Windows startup. This helps to make Windows start faster and operate
with increased stability. Chameleon makes it easy for users to find
out more idetails about these files/applications/programmes, and what
they do - just select the item and then click on the "Find a detailed
description on the internet" button. Chameleon's other features
include: startup order change, startup delay, priority, consecutive
program launch, day selection and much more, some of these features
are found only in the pro versions.

There are three versions of Chameleon, the free Lite one and the non-
free Standard and Pro ones, for everyday use the lite one should be
just fine. The free lite version can be downloaded at
http://www.chameleon-managers.com/files/cstartup_freeware.exe

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Can you suggest a utility to save search processes as clickable links?

You could try Search Pad (Beta), a note-taking application that
automatically tracks and organizes sites you find on Yahoo! Search.
For more details visit

http://help.yahoo.com/l/us/yahoo/search/searchpad/

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QUOTE TO MULL OVER

We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.

-- Norman MacFinan

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