Friday, November 7, 2008

[TechRepublic] Software Downloads: November 7, 2008

November 07, 2008

Monitor and administer your network with a suite of 10 tools

Ping-Probe 2Ping-Probe 2 offers a comprehensive suite of 10 top-quality networking tools. The tools include Ping, Traceroute, TCP Port Scanner, Network Scanner, SNMP, Bandwidth Monitor, DNS, Finger, Whois, and LDAP. [License: Free to try]

Compare your salary against other IT professionals in Canada

Join the activeTechPros community for free access to salary benchmark charts and download a copy of Canada IT Salary & Skills Snapshot 2008.

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Monitor the temperature of your computer's components
SensorsView is a utility that monitors the temperature of your CPU, northbridge, motherboard, VGA and hard disks, as well as voltages and fan speeds (as supported by your motherboard). [License: Free to try]

Back up your files in less than 60 seconds
Memeo AutoBackup is a simple backup solution for a complex digital world. In only 60 seconds, you can set it up and begin protecting your most important files. [License: Free to try]

Diagnose and repair registry, virus, and spyware issues
Registry/Virus/Spyware Diagnosis Tool is designed to diagnose and repair registry, virus, and spyware issues. [License: Free]

Recover files from existing logical disks when file records are lost
R-Linux is a free data recovery and undelete utility for Ext2FS/3FS (Linux) file systems. [License: Free]

Schedule and automate various tasks on your computer
Automize is automation software that can automate a variety of tasks, including FTP transfers, FTP monitoring, Web downloads, and Web site monitoring. [License: Free to try]

Speed up your searching capabilities
The tyBit Unified Search toolbar saves time by giving you the results you prefer, from the newest sources from your favorite browser. [License: Free]

Nov. 13th: Taking the next step in secure access - Achieving granular control

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Top search this week: Freeware

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