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NirLauncher – Hundreds of practical utilities of NirSoft in one package

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NirLauncher is a portable, free toolbox that integrates all (230+) classic utilities from NirSoft. Each of these tools inside comes with a specialized function, and they are divided into 12 main categories according to different purposes, covering: password view/recovery, network monitoring, disk cleaning, web browser-related (viewing and extracting cookies, cache, etc.), MS Outlook related, desktop tools (such as file search), and so on.

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MultiMonitorTool – Multi-monitor manager & monitor

MultiMonitorTool is a multi-display management software developed by NirSoft (i.e.: the only developer of the entire NirSoft: Nir Sofer) for Windows XP and higher. It’s portable, compact (less than 1 MB) and very user friendly, and able to monitor each monitor, move program Windows between multiple monitors, set as primary monitor, and has more settings that can be made to monitor screens.

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WinUpdatesList – List all Windows Updates you have installed

The updates/patches released by Microsoft have two types: Hotfix and Service Pack. Hotfix is a special solution that Microsoft releases for a specific system vulnerability or security issue, which comes with strict naming, frequent release and large quantity; Service Pack is a large collection of Hotfixes, which contains all Hotfixes released before its release date. If you want to know what patches installed in your Windows, there are two ways:

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Wireless Network Watcher – Check who are using your wireless/wired network

Two possible situations make you want to take a look at the users information in your local area network (LAN):

  1. The speed of Internet connection becomes slower and slower, and it was no use giving many tries like modifying DNS, optimizing network
  2. To check whether there is a potential attacker

This time, we can use Wireless Network Watcher – a tiny and free local wireless/wired network connection scanner & viewer from NirSoft.

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RunAsDate – Run a program only in specified date/time

RunAsDate is a tiny tool developed to eliminate the limitation on use time of many shareware before registration, in order to make them keep in the state of trial all along, never expire. We can understand it like this: RunAsDate can ‘freeze’ a shareware with trial mode, and make it always run at a specific date/time every time it starts. In this way, we can make a trial software long live the new flesh.

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HTTPNetworkSniffer – Capture and display HTTP request/response package for website analysis

You may be very clear about which websites your web browser is visiting, but how about the URLs your commonly used programs are accessing? Without a tool, we would lose our bearings about this. Luckily, there is HTTPNetworkSniffer such kind of network packets sniffer, so we can get these hidden information with ease.
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