Delenn13 is a super contributor to the Tech Thoughts community. Not only does she provide good solid practical advice in her comments, but she’s very gracious and doesn’t hesitate to pass on details of super freebie offers she finds.
Here’s Delenn13’s latest free find – and, it’s a very good one. Rather than crafting a post on this I’ll simply run with Delenn13’s comment.
This is a deal you can’t refuse.
“AnVir Task Manager provides full set of Windows enhancements that help in every-day work.”
Security & Performance:
Full information about processes, services, Internet connections, drivers, DLLs
the best replacement for Windows Task Manager
Descriptions for 70 000+ startup programs, Internet Explorer toolbars and services
know what is running on your PC and remove what you don’t need
Security analysis of programs behaviour detects Trojans and Spyware, alerts on new startups
keep your computer free from malicious programs
Speed up boot time (Delayed Startup), balance CPU usage, optimize memory
your computer can run faster
Monitor CPU, memory, HDD temperature and load, network, notebook battery and show icons in system tray how is utilized your hardware
Click on title of any application to hide the window to tray, make it transparent, set it ‘always on top’
List of recently used folders in “Open”/”Save” dialogs
Last launched programs and folders in tray menu
XP or Vista can be much more handy
He is giving away the middle version that is in the chart..Compare Editions >> Task Manager Programs, Windows Startup Manager | Windows, St – but you can also get a 30% discount on the Pro, if interested. The info is at the end of the article.
When you go to install, Use the CUSTOM INSTALLATION or you will end up with lots of extra stuff. Somewhere in the middle of the installion, even, it will ask if you want to install the Babylon Toolbar….So be careful.
I have used this before. You will love all the things you can view and do with this program. Also, it would be nice if you left a comment or a note of thanks to Raymond and AnVir.