Tag Archives: monitor

[v2.10.8.7] Directory Monitor – Real-time actions monitor & notifier for local/network folders

[v2.10.8.7] Directory Monitor – Real-time actions monitor & notifier for local/network folders

Monitoring a folder has two primary purposes: For common users, you can use it to protect the security or privacy of files in some folder; For advanced users (especially portable software makers), that can help you completely control over what a software do to your computer.

[v6.18.0] Total Uninstall – Uninstall any program completely, nothing left

In all similar software uninstalling and cleaning tools, Total Uninstall is the most advanced and thorough. Simply to understand that Total Uninstall can be regarded as a perfect software installation analyzer, monitor and cleaner.

[v8.1.2] DisplayFusion Pro – Completely control your single or multiple displays

[v8.1.2] DisplayFusion Pro – Completely control your single or multiple displays

If you are using dual or more displays, you are likely to encounter the following challenges:

How to set different wallpapers or screen savers for two or multiple monitors

How to make the same wallpaper display in a perfect way on monitors with different resolutions

How to make sure each display has its own customized window, taskbar, etc.

[v2.70] IP-Tools – Award-winning network administrator TCP/IP utilities

As a network or website administrator, most often we need know everything quite well about the LAN or even WAN our hosts lying in. For example: the name of each computer in local network, network card address, IP address, shared resource, open ports; look up WHOIS information such as domain name, host provider, DNS... about some website in detail. For these, IP-Tools can become a good assistant for our network/Internet management.

[v4.0] WirelessMon – Monitor, verify and locate Wi-Fi networks & signal levels in real time

Today, all laptops come with wireless network adapter. At the same time, the huge convenience of wireless network is obvious. But since it is subject to technical bottleneck, the stability and quality of wireless network always can't catch up with wired network. That is to say, the most annoying thing when using a wireless network is the poor signal, especially you don't know which one is better.