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CS Fire Monitor 3.01
CS Fire Monitor CS Fire Monitor is a comprehensive monitoring tool for the Windows 2000, Windows XP and Windows 2003 platforms. It has an extensive range of live monitoring screens that capture data from many areas within a PC and since the application has its own inbuilt database it is also capable of producing a number of reports which can be saved in a variety of ways. In addition, the Remote Viewer allows the user to access other PCs on the same LAN or over the Internet to extract key information. The application is highly configurable and incorporates several methods of monitoring the same information so that each user can choose the most appropriate method to meet their needs. 1. Bandwidth Monitor The bandwidth monitor detects all connections on the system and monitors the amount of data going to and from each connection. Displaying current send speed and receive speed of each connection. The monitor also stores the amount of data into the stats database. Allowing reports to show how much data has been sent and received for the past year. 2. CPU Monitor The CPU monitor detects the current CPU usage of the system. Also detects current speed of the CPU as well as many other facts on the CPU installed. A real time clock speed is part of the monitor to show real time current CPU speed. 3. Drives Monitor The drives monitor detects the amount of used, and free space of a selected hard drive. Also gives detailed info for each hard drive and shows total capacity of all hard drives combined. 4. Hardware Monitor Shows all hardware ever installed on the system that Windows has kept track of. You should see old hardware that is no longer installed but once was and not uninstalled, along with all current hardware. Also it can track any hardware ...
0/5 3,958 Aug 09, 2012
Crofts Software
VNCHelper 3.01
VNCHelper 3.01 Originally written as a launcher app for VNC sessions onto other machines, VNCHelper is able to launch any application, URL, file or folder. It's as small on your screen as possible, and remembers where it's placed. Clicking each item on the menu brings up a sub menu containing commands. You can customise each item on this sub menu, and choose a title, and the command it launches. For example, for a VNC session, the title might be the hostname of the machine you want to control, the command line the path to vncviewer.exe, and the parameters the command line parameters you need to start a session. For a web site, the item would be the name of the site, and the parameter the address. Each top level item can be given a hostname. Where the text %HOST% appears in subitem commands, this hostname is substituted. Data is stored in a file in the same directory as the executable, called vnchelper.ini Command types Items you add to the submenus can be one of four types: Custom command Give this a name, enter the command you'd like to run, and also any parameters to that command. You can choose to have a confirmation dialog appear when you run the command, for when you enter something you need to be sure of running! If you include the text '???' (three question marks) anywhere in the Params box of an item, when that item is clicked a box will appear asking for input. The '???' is then replaced with whatever you then type into the box when the command is executed, so to edit a variable file in notepad, set the Command to be 'notepad.exe' and the Param to be just '???'. Click the item, and type the ...
5/5 518 Apr 13, 2016
Zhorn Software
   
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