64-bit System Software
OSFMount allows the analysis of disk images with PassMark OSForensics. OSFMount can be used to mount image files that were created using a disk cloning application (such as OSFClone). The image file is mounted as a virtual drive on Windows, which can then be analyzed using OSForensics. By default, the image files are mounted as read-only so that the original image files are not altered.
WinApp_Manager is like the linux package manager, but for windows. It can update programs you already have installed and it's also possible to install other free programs. To download the 64bit Application browse All Files and select "Winapp_ManagerSetup64..." .
NirLauncher is a package of more than 100 portable freeware utilities for Windows, all of them developed for NirSoft Web site during the last few years. On x64 systems, NirLauncher automatically run the x64 version of the utility, when there is a separated x64 version.
New version! - CPU Parking is a feature of multi-core/SMP systems that disables cores when the system load is low. This decreases energy consumption and reduces heat dissipation. By default, Windows provided no direct way to adjust this via the user interface, as they likely thought everyone would want to keep this enabled. With some tweaks, you can make it come back to the Power Profile settings. However, I took a different approach as I needed to develop the backing code anyway. More on my little utility later.
Bring your PC to its limits with the freeware stress test tool HeavyLoad. HeavyLoad puts your workstation or server PC under a heavy load and lets you test whether they will still run reliably. The individual test methods employed by HeavyLoad can be customized to fit your needs. On a system featuring multiple processor cores, for example, you can select how many of the available cores shall be used or set the speed in which the test file is to be written on your hard disk.
Login Helper will help you easily set up or just check the current state of the Windows auto login feature. With it you can easily set the Windows auto login or check its current settings. In addition it is combined with Auto Lock feature, which can lock the computer depending on the user that is being logged in.
New version! - eBoostr™, working as an alternative solution to ReadyBoost® and SuperFetch® technologies, implements a different advanced approach to use flash memory and your RAM to speed up your computer. eBoostr gathers statistics on what applications you use and how often, optimizing their performance by pre-caching their files and data on different cache devices and allowing faster access speed and reduced delays.
Tzedit is a freeware utility that allows you to edit time zone information in Windows. All parameters can be edited such as time zone name and information, time zone location on the world map (MapID), Microsoft Time Zone Index, MUI strings for time zone name and Dynamic DST settings. This utility works on any version of Windows from Windows 95 to Windows 8.
New version! - You can create customized Windows installation kits using nLite. The software enables the user to omit unnecessary components and drivers and to integrate recent updates and service packs.
Extend the life of your PC or notebook by updating the system BIOS and device drivers. BIOSAgentPlus will scan your system and find the exact BIOS update needed to improve performance, increase stability, and maintain compatibility with new Operating Systems, hardware and devices.
EventLogSourcesView is a simple tool that displays the list of all event log sources installed on your system. For every event log source, the following information is displayed: Event Source Name, Event Type, DLL/EXE Files containing the event message strings, Registry Modified Time, and version information taken from the DLL/EXE file (Product Name, Company, File Description, File Version)
Rapid Environment Editor (RapidEE) is an environment variables editor. It includes easy to use GUI and replaces small and inconvenient Windows edit box. RapidEE 8.x supports Windows XP, 2003, Vista, 2008, Windows 7 & Windows 8 (including 64-bit versions). If you still use Windows NT or 2000, then use version 6.1. For Windows 9x or ME use version 2.1.