Try Classic Shell. This complete tutorial, takes you through the latest version of this great tool for Windows.
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Some of you might know about this cool little tool. TeraCopy is a really fast file copier, which offers features such as: pause and resume support, error recovery, Windows shell integration, Windows 7 x64 support, etc.
If you haven’t tried this tool already, then give it a try.
By default, the close, maximize and minimize buttons for any window are on the right hand side. But what if you are one of the few that would prefer to have those buttons on the left hand side? LeftSider is your app!
Instead of downloading software to your computer, you can visit a website for free to compare and find the differences between two text files. DiffChecker is a nifty little site that is very useful for developers, coders and the like.
Do you find yourself getting frustrated with your computer quite often? Running slow because of too many programs? Too much crap that starts up when you boot? Soluto is a new program that measures and gives you recommendations on what programs are causing the slowness and can be removed.
Are you one of those people with 40 windows open on your desktop at any given time? It’s a pain to close all your program if you need to perform a quick restart. SmartClose is cool because it can also restore all your programs later!
If you are working with lots of data and graphs on a regular basis, like most corporate geeks, then you should use Chart Advisor. This is a free tool from Microsoft Office Labs, helping you decide how to best create charts based on the data sets you’re working with.