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SMOz – Keep your start menu tidy and clean

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SMOz – Keep your start menu tidy and clean

In order to make the start menu “slimmer”, the first thing we think of is to uninstall as many unnecessary softwares as possible, but the effect is always not obvious enough. Although we can create a new folder to classify and arrange manually, the frequent drag-and-drop operations are much easier to be in chaos.

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Outlook on the Desktop – Best interface to your Outlook calendar

Outlook on the Desktop – Best interface to your Outlook calendar

Outlook on the Desktop (just call it OotD for short) is a practical and efficient desktop plug-in application for Outlook, and i believe that most users can learn its main functions from its name. Yes, OotD makes most features of Outlook accessible and usable by users from the desktop directly.

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ToDoList – Excellent tasklist manager

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ToDoList – Excellent tasklist manager

ToDoList is a very excellent and personalized open-source, free task management application, with a lot of details considered. Its tree structure can easily show all tasks, and allows to orderly manage your daily work and calendar arrangement.

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Net Tools 5 – Swiss Army knife of super network toolset

Net Tools 5 – Swiss Army knife of super network toolset

Sometimes we need more than one tool to detect and solve the related problems of the network or computer, Net Tools is a comprehensive set of host monitoring, network scanning, security, administration tools and much more, all of which are very easy to use, portable and free.

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