لینک 08/29/2009

  • tags: freeware, tools

    • Klipfolio Personal Dashboard is the world’s smallest and most configurable personal dashboard. It can be used to monitor anything online, such as weather, stocks, Hotmail, news, RSS feeds and even auctions, right on the desktop. With Klipfolio Personal Dashboard, you don’t have to give up your desktop to stay on top of what matters to you. And with over 4000 Klips available for download–all small, resizable, customizable and skinnable–you’re sure to find exactly what you need to stay ahead of, well, everyone.

      Version 5.2 is an important update, which includes various additions such as drag and drop, enhancements such as better date handling, and performance improvements.

  • tags: windows, usb, freeware

    • Making a bootable USB flash drive for Windows Vista and Windows 7 isn’t all that tricky, but it’s always nice to find an app that simplifies things. Not only does WinToFlash make the process about as easy as it can get, but it can also create Windows XP, Server 2003, and Server 2008 installers.

      The default options make it easy to roll a silent Windows install, or you can flip the custom switch and specify the exact setup parameters you want to use.

      The handy app also has one more trick up its sleeve: moving Windows Preinstall environments. PE discs can be extremely handy for troubleshooting and repairs, and being able to painlessly zap them over to a USB flash drive means not having to burn a new copy every time someone’s haggard old optical drive decides to chew up your CD.

      WinToFlash is a free download and is totally portable. It’s an excellent tool to add to your USB-related utilities.

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