The most famous system monitor for Windows is Process Explorer from Sysinternals/Microsoft. But it requires a lot of resources to run: It’s not a light application. Sometimes it can takes up to 20% CPU on my laptop. Unlike process explorer, System Explorer is a light application and offers most of the functionalities of system explorer [...]
Nirsoft released a useful tool that offers the ability to see browsing history for the browsers below: Internet Explorer Firefox Chrome Safari GHack published a review of the tool. BrowsingHistoryView – View browsing history of your Web browsers via kwout
I started to use Wunderkit to manage some personal projects and I found it interesting. The tool is still in Beta and is available for Web, iPhone and Mac. Freeware Genius provides a review here: A new way to organize your life – Wunderkit
The How To Geek Website published a Wireshark tutorial that can be useful to learn to start using this powerful network tool. How to Use Wireshark to Capture, Filter and Inspect Packets – How-To Geek via kwout
Mashable published a handy list of tools for LinkedIn. Those tools are mainly plugins or widgets to grab your LinkedIn profile and display it on your blog or on Facebook.
Webware reviewed here a handy utility called Foldr Monitr that uploads automatically photos to flickr. The description from downloads.com states: Foldr Monitr is a free tool that runs in the background and watches a selected folder (and optionally subfolders) waiting for you to add photos to it. When photos appear in the folder, Foldr Monitr automatically [...]