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Defender Control 1.2
Defender Control 1.2 Easily disable/enable Windows Defender in Windows. Since Vista,Windows Defender is included with Windows . Itís a small piece of software that runs in the background to help protect ,your computer from malware (malicious software) like viruses, spyware, and other potentially unwanted software. Some spyware protection is better than none, and itís built in and free! ButÖ if you are already running something that provides great anti-malware protection, defender will probably wasting precious resources , thereís no need to have more than one application running at a time. The problem with all Defender versions in Windows Vista and above is itís integrated into the operating system and installs by default with no visible or hidden option to uninstall. Many people are looking for ways to disable or remove it from their system as they prefer to use other software , for example on Windows 8 and 10 you cannot turn off Windows Defender completely anymore , A click on Settings in Windows Defender opens the control panel for the program in the new Windows Settings application. You can turn the programís real-time protection off temporarily, but if itís off for a while Windows will turn it back on automatically. It is unclear why Microsoft made the decision to change the behavior of Windows Defender in this regard. What is certain however is that it will annoy users who want to disable it permanently on the computer they are working on. Defender Control is a small Portable freeware which will allow you to disable Windows Defender in Windows 10 completely. Why should you use it : 1. During copying big data from Pc to Usb or vice versa , disabling defender can decrease the Total Copy time 2. Users may experiencing conflicts between Defender and their antivirus application 3. Some antivirus programs ask the user ...
5/5 162 Aug 09, 2017
Sordum.org
Network Drive Control 1.20
Network Drive Control 1.20 Have Windows automatically map network drives by network name when you logon, just like it does with the default printer. Have Windows default mapping of network drives be network dependent, similar to how the Windows default printer can be set to be network dependent. Network Drive Control (NDC) for Windows Vista, 7, 8 & higher, both 32-bit & 64-bit, is an example of a utility I wrote to solve a frustrating problem I frequently encountered, namely wanting my network servers, both at work & home, mapped to Windows drives in a network specific manner. While one can tell Windows to try to map all of the drives at logon, I didn't like the long delays waiting for the time outs of the drive mapping for the networks that are not connected. (i.e. Waiting for the mapping of the home network drives to timeout when on my work network, and vice versa.) So I wrote my own utility which would examine the network environment after I logged in, and based on what network it found itself on, it would only attempt to map those drives it knew were on that network. Basically, I wanted the map network drives on login to function equivalently to the way the Windows "default printer" does by being network specific. The short of it is I wrote a two module program to do just that, and hence Network Drive Control was born. Network Drive Control allows you to configure the automatic mapping of network drives when you logon based on the network(s) to which you are connected. And example would be to have your laptop automatically connect and map one set of network drives when at home, and another set of network drives when at work or school, and none if it detects that the ...
5/5 203 Nov 09, 2017
Michael J. Burns
USB Flash Drives Control 4.1.0.0
USB Flash Drives Control 4.1.0.0 USB Flash Drives Control is a freeware program that runs in system tray, next to the system clock, and provides access to control the way in which the USB removable drives are used on your computer. These options are available through the right click context menu on the system tray icon of the program. It also displays the connected drives. Use left click context menu to view the list of connected drives and explore the content of them. USB Flash Drives Control contains two parts, a GUI interface which is used for configuration and a Windows service which ensures that the program options are applied to all user accounts from the local computer: Read Mode - By disabling this option, USB removable drives will not be mounted and will not be accessible to the user. The reading of data from USB removable drives will not be available. Write Mode - By disabling this option, write access will be denied on all USB removable drives used on the current computer. All USB removable drives become read-only and copying data on them is not possible. Execute Mode - By disabling this option, execute access will be denied for all executable files on all USB removable drives used on the current computer, for all user accounts. This ensures a plus of security to the system against dangerous and malicious software, like worms, backdoors or password stealers. This setting is not available in Windows Vista. All the above options are not applied to the existing connected drives. Connected drives must be first removed and then reconnected in order to make these options apply to them. Program Features √ Intuitive and easy accessible user interface in the system tray. √ Enable or disable USB removable drives with just a mouse click. √ Deny write access on all USB removable ...
5/5 206 Mar 07, 2017
BiniSoft.org
Windows 10 Color Control 1.0.0.1
Windows 10 Color Control 1.0.0.1 Windows 10 allows you to customize the taskbar and start menu colors, but it provides only a limited set of predefined colors. In addition, no matter which color youíll pick, the taskbar will end up being dark. I searched, but havenít found a straightforward way to have a bright taskbar on Windows 10. Fortunately, I have discovered that thereís an undocumented registry key which makes explorer use an alternative color calculation algorithm, which in turn produces brighter colors. You can see the difference in the example image below. I wrote a quick application, Windows 10 Color Control, which allows you to modify the Windows 10 colors, and to get this alternative color calculation algorithm. The original Windows 10 calculation algorithm is referred to as the ďNew auto-color accent algorithmĒ, according to the undocumented registry value name. - RaMMicHaeL
No Votes 1,141 Aug 21, 2015
RaMMicHaeL
Windows Firewall Control 5.0.2.0
Windows Firewall Control 5.0.2.0 Windows Firewall Control is a powerful tool which extends the functionality of Windows Firewall and provides new extra features which makes Windows Firewall better. It runs in the system tray and allows the user to control the native firewall easily without having to waste time by navigating to the specific part of the firewall. This is the best tool to manage the native firewall from Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Server 2016, Server 2012. Windows Firewall Control offers four filtering modes which can be switched with just a mouse click: High Filtering - All outbound and inbound connections are blocked. This profile blocks all attempts to connect to and from your computer. Medium Filtering - Outbound connections that do not match a rule are blocked. Only the programs that you allow can initiate outbound connections. Low Filtering - Outbound connections that do not match a rule are allowed. The user can block the programs he doesn't want to allow initiating outbound connections. No Filtering - Windows Firewall is turned off. Avoid using this setting unless you have another firewall running on your computer. Windows Firewall Control doesn't do any packet filtering and does not block or allow any connection. This is done by Windows Firewall itself based on the existing firewall rules. Program Features √ Intuitive user interface which is easy accessible through a system tray icon. √ Full support with standard user accounts. Elevated privileges are required only at installation. √ Disable the ability of other programs to add Windows Firewall rules. √ Integrated support of creating, modifying and deleting Window Firewall rules. √ Multiple and easier ways of creating new rules in Windows Firewall. √ Lock feature which can disable the access to the settings of the program and Windows Firewall. √ Shell integration into the right click context menu of the executable files. √ Automatically display invalid ...
5/5 3,920 Feb 17, 2018
BiniSoft.org
WSCC - Windows System Control Center (Portable Apps) 3.4.0.1
WSCC - Windows System Control Center (Portable Apps) 3.4.0.1 Install, update, execute and organize utilities from suites such as Microsoft Sysinternals and Nirsoft Utilities. WSCC can install and update the supported utilities automatically. Alternatively, WSCC can use the http protocol to download and run the programs. WSCC is portable, installation is not required. Extract the content of the downloaded zip archive to any directory on your computer. This version is to be used with Portable Apps software. This edition of WSCC supports the following utility suites: Windows Sysinternals Suite (including support for Sysinternals Live service) and NirSoft Utilities.
5/5 4,017 Apr 20, 2018
KLS Soft
WSCC - Windows System Control Center (Portable) 3.4.0.1
WSCC - Windows System Control Center (Portable) 3.4.0.1 Install, update, execute and organize utilities from suites such as Microsoft Sysinternals and Nirsoft Utilities. WSCC can install and update the supported utilities automatically. Alternatively, WSCC can use the http protocol to download and run the programs. WSCC is portable, installation is not required. Extract the content of the downloaded zip archive to any directory on your computer. This edition of WSCC supports the following utility suites: Windows Sysinternals Suite (including support for Sysinternals Live service) and NirSoft Utilities.
5/5 1,575 Apr 20, 2018
KLS Soft
WSCC - Windows System Control Center 3.4.0.1
WSCC - Windows System Control Center 3.4.0.1 Install, update, execute and organize utilities from suites such as Microsoft Sysinternals and Nirsoft Utilities. WSCC can install and update the supported utilities automatically. Alternatively, WSCC can use the http protocol to download and run the programs. WSCC is portable, installation is not required. Extract the content of the downloaded zip archive to any directory on your computer. This edition of WSCC supports the following utility suites: Windows Sysinternals Suite (including support for Sysinternals Live service) and NirSoft Utilities.
5/5 1,642 Apr 20, 2018
KLS Soft
X-Mouse Button Control (PORTABLE) 2.17
X-Mouse Button Control (PORTABLE) 2.17 X-Mouse Button Control is a free tool for Windows that allows you to re-configure and expand the capabilities of your mouse. Overview: XMouse Button Control (XMBC) allows you to create application and window specific profiles. This in turn, allows you to re-configure your mouse behaviour for individual applications or windows. For each profile you can also configure up to 5 'layers' of different button configurations which you can switch between using hot-keys or mouse buttons. By default, profiles are automatically activated as the mouse moves over the defined window or application. This has many uses, for example: Changing the behaviour of the mouse over certain windows, such as making the mouse wheel change volume when hovering over the system tray or you-tube video. In games which do not natively support the extended, 4th and 5th mouse buttons, you can map keys to each button. XMBC allows you to change the behaviour of the mouse buttons and scroll wheel. The extensive list of functions available to map to your mouse buttons includes options such as: Send any keys using the 'simulated keystrokes' editor Launch any windows application Clipboard control (Copy/Cut/Paste) Media control (Play/Pause/Stop/Volume/Mute etc.) Capture screen (or active window) image to clipboard Click-Drag [Sticky buttons/keys] Click-Drag [Sticky buttons/keys] Various support for specific Windows operating systems, ...
5/5 1,030 Jan 09, 2018
Phillip Gibbons
X-Mouse Button Control 2.17
X-Mouse Button Control 2.17 X-Mouse Button Control is a free tool for Windows that allows you to re-configure and expand the capabilities of your mouse. Overview: XMouse Button Control (XMBC) allows you to create application and window specific profiles. This in turn, allows you to re-configure your mouse behaviour for individual applications or windows. For each profile you can also configure up to 5 'layers' of different button configurations which you can switch between using hot-keys or mouse buttons. By default, profiles are automatically activated as the mouse moves over the defined window or application. This has many uses, for example: Changing the behaviour of the mouse over certain windows, such as making the mouse wheel change volume when hovering over the system tray or you-tube video. In games which do not natively support the extended, 4th and 5th mouse buttons, you can map keys to each button. XMBC allows you to change the behaviour of the mouse buttons and scroll wheel. The extensive list of functions available to map to your mouse buttons includes options such as: Send any keys using the 'simulated keystrokes' editor Launch any windows application Clipboard control (Copy/Cut/Paste) Media control (Play/Pause/Stop/Volume/Mute etc.) Capture screen (or active window) image to clipboard Click-Drag [Sticky buttons/keys] Click-Drag [Sticky buttons/keys] Various support for specific Windows operating systems, such ...
5/5 1,022 Jan 09, 2018
Phillip Gibbons
   
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