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Often someone complains that the traditional Windows logon authentication way using password is not convenient enough (especially for those PCs set up with a very complex login password), and its security is not high enough. This case, you can try Rohos Logon Key this useful tool from Moldova. It is capable of using a USB flash drive for system logon authentication. That’s to say, you don’t have to login Windows when it boos by inputting your password, instead, that just needs you to insert the specified USB drive.
Directory Opus (DOpus for short) is a superexcellent Windows Explorer alternative with a long development history, written by Jonathan Potter from Australia, and originally developed for Amiga computer system in 1990. Its development time is far ahead of all other similar software, such as: XYplorer, Xplorer2, Total Commander, which also laid its leading position in the field of Windows Explorer/File Explorer alternatives.
In daily work, we often encounter cases such like this – a lot of files need to be renamed in batch. However, the ability of the Windows built-in rename command is so limited that it is able to mechanically add (1), (2) and (3) such kind of simple suffix after the original file names at most. If you need to set some rules for renaming file/folder in batch, then you have to turn to some third-party tools.
The function of Windows built-in registry editor is oversimple and unskillful, so for advanced users who often need to change the registry settings, modifying registry really became a headache thing. Therefore, the appearance of such powerful and secure advanced registry editor – Registry Workshop is particularly helpful.
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GIMP (GNU Image Manipulation Program) is is an open source, freeware, cross-platform graphic processing software, includes almost all the required functions of image editing. Since originated and popular from Linux system, GIMP is also known as Photoshop under Linux.