Tag Archives: must-have

[v6.5.12.188] OneKey Ghost – Easiest, fastest way to backup/restore Windows

OneKey Ghost is a very practical and necessary freeware utility, based on the powerful but discontinued Symantec Norton Ghost 11.x (equivalent to its Windows desktop GUI). With which you can backup and restore any partition (especially for the OS partition) or the whole hard disk under x86 (x64), WinPE, DOS, with just one-click, and all the other things is automatic.

[v5.75] AIDA64 – World #1 system, hardware monitor & diagnostic tool

[v5.75] AIDA64 – World #1 system, hardware monitor & diagnostic tool

Instructions in advance, after Lavalys's EVEREST (from Canada) was discontinued, FinalWire's AIDA64 (from Hungary) became its successor. EVEREST Ultimate Edition is now AIDA64 Extreme Edition, and EVEREST Corporate Edition is now AIDA64 Business Edition.

[v2016.09.16] All Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable Packages one-click installer

Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable Packages are required public DLL runtime libraries for any software written using Microsoft Visual Studio 20XX IDE, which can be interpreted as the dictionary files for running programs. And considering the application's file size, most of them do not come with those common DLL files. As a consequence, installing the corresponding runtime libraries are always the first thing to do before using this kind of applications.

PitStop Pro – Fastest way to detect and correct PDF file errors

Enfocus's PitStop Pro is a low-profile but super powerful PDF file errors automatic detecting & correcting add-on program for Adobe Acrobat. It's also famous as one of the 3 PDF editing plugins (pdfToolbox, Quite Imposing and PitStop Pro) that almost every prepress designer must have.

[v1.30] MarkMan – Only best labelling/marking edge tool

[v1.30] MarkMan – Only best labelling/marking edge tool

MarkMan (马克鳗) is a handy, very fast, smart and efficient labeling/marking app from China. It's a must-have design annotator for designers, reconstructors, front-end engineers on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.

Should I Remove It? – Removal any unwanted programs following the crowd

Should I Remove It? is a lightweight freeware helping you decide which applications are safe to uninstall - this is very practical, meaningful and helpful. It determines whether some software is no-good and can be safely removed based on its online grading database (ranked by the common crowds and technical experts), which means its accuracy can be trusted.