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Classic Auto Login v1.0.0.0
Classic Auto Login v1.0.0.0 Microsoft changed the setup option of automatic login from version 2004 of Windows 10, for security reasons. The operating system can still log in automatically, but the setup interface is usually not available. Classic Auto Login offers an alternative means of setting up auto login. Classic Auto Login is the software implementation of a method recommended and documented by Microsoft. The documentation mentioned on this page is available in several languages. There is only one advantage of operating system level auto login, namely convenience. In all other respects, it raises serious issues due to security reasons. The issues can be divided into two groups: 1) All the data and software that are available on the computer can be accessed, run, edited, deleted by practically anyone who has physical access to the computer. 2) The password of auto login is stored in the Registry in an unencrypted text format, so you can obtain the password knowing the required method. Microsoft has officially made available a similar software (Autologon), which stores the password in an encrypted format at another place in the Registry. Despite the encryption, this method unfortunately provides no additional security compared to Classic Auto Login, as point one above is also fulfilled by this software. So the current user of the computer can find out the password if he/she uses the appropriate method. The issues described so far are also present during the configuration by netplwiz, which is available as part of the operating system. The password stored by netplwiz can be retrieved in the same way as in case of Autologon. So using auto login is not recommended in most cases. Its use is only justified in case of computers exclusively used for gaming and/or media consumption. There are some other special cases where automatic ...
5/5 1,381 Jan 23, 2020
WinTools
Command No Window v1.0.0.0
Command No Window v1.0.0.0 Run Command Line Scripts Without Displaying a Window. Utility that allows to run command line programs and scripts without displaying the command line, or console window. (This utility by itself will not display any UI if it was run with command line arguments.) Such can be helpful when running commands on schedule without distracting the work of a logged-in user at the time when the schedule is triggered to run. This utility can run Windows executable programs, DOS batch files (text files with .bat or .cmd extensions), as well as PowerShell scripts (text files with .ps1 extension.) If receiving the output from running a command is required, make sure to enable Windows Event Logging via the VerboseLog registry value, described in the included manual. Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10 & Windows Server 2003/R2/2008/R2/2012/R2/2016 Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 323 May 27, 2021
Dennis Babkin
Desktop Icon Spacing v1.0.0.0
Desktop Icon Spacing v1.0.0.0 It allows you to set the space between desktop icons. It treats vertical and horizontal spacing separately. You donít have to restart the PC to apply changes. Desktop Icon Spacing is part of the system font changer software family. Software startup and recovery options are the same as in other software in the family. Before adjusting the settings, you should close any other windows and save workflow data, as the software restarts the explorer process to apply the settings. It stores current settings. When you start your computer, the previously used settings are applied. You only need to run the software if you want to change current settings. After you run it, the arrangement of icons usually changes. If the explorer process doesnít restart on your PC, you can start it manually from the ďAdvancedĒ menu. If this also fails, use the Ctrl+Alt+Delete keyboard shortcut to restart your computer, or select one of the displayed options. Desktop Icon Spacing is free to use and doesnít require activation. MD5: 5a5f22d4ddd26807dc0cee4ee1d95487 Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 380 Apr 24, 2021
Peter Panisz
Drive Passport Utility v1.0.0.0
Drive Passport Utility v1.0.0.0 Tiny tool that tries various methods to get ID, serial and other info of a hard drive even if the drive is inside a USB enclosure. Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 420 Apr 27, 2021
Joep van Steen/OlderGeeks
ExSleep v1.0.0.0
ExSleep v1.0.0.0 A free, portable app to put your computer asleep by clicking an icon. With filters, it can avoid sleeping computer if there are running programs that shouldn't be interrupted. Avoid sleep by mistake One big problem of Windows build-in sleep button is, it always forces computer to sleep, even when there are tasks that shouldn't be interrupted, e.g. downloading. It is very much possible that you just forgot those tasks, at the time when you decided to put your computer to sleep. ExSleep uses filters to avoid the problem. When you launch ExSleep, it first checks all running programs, and won't sleep the computer if there are programs that match any filter. ExSleep doesn't have GUI, so you need to modify the ExSleep.ini directly if you want to use filters, add one or more filters under section [filters], one filter per line. A filter can be: Full pathname (c:\windows otepad.exe) Filename only (notepad.exe) Filename without extension (notepad) Fullpath or filename with wildcards (*pad.exe) Regular expression (regexp:.*\.+pad.exe) * To use regular expression, keyword regexp: must be in front of a filter. Use desktop shortcut You surely can create a shortcut of ExSleep on desktop, so that you can easily use it by double-clicking. You also can use commmand line parameter -h or -hibernate to hibernate system instead of sleeping. Of course if you want, you can create two shortcuts for both sleep and hibernating. For: Windows 7, 8, 10 Note: This file has a few hits on VirusTotal. These are false positives. The program is safe. Some antivirus engines don't like files that force your computer to go to sleep. Create a shortcut on your desktop Edit the ExSleep.ini to create filters Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 400 Apr 15, 2021
EaseXP
ForceDelete v1.0.0.0
ForceDelete v1.0.0.0 Delete Files and Folders that cannot be Deleted without Terminating Processes on Windows Sometimes you may get the error message "cannot delete file: access is denied" or "the file is used by another program" while you are failing to delete files and folders on Windows. That means those files and folders were locked in Windows and cannot be deleted in a regular way. You can use ForceDelete to fix these issues and delete files and folders forcibly. ForceDelete is a handy and free Windows utility that unlocks and deletes files or folders which are used by other processes and cannot be deleted. The best part of this small tool is, ForceDelete has an option allows users to delete locked files and folders without terminating the processes. You would be able to delete files are in use but prevent all other data in the process loss. Simply uncheck the "Close Processes" option then drag the files and folders you want to delete and drop them onto the window, ForceDelete will delete these files without close the processes and programs are using them. Besides, ForceDelete also adds 2 shortcuts into the context menu and then you can easily unlock or delete files by right mouse button menu. The "Shred Files" option is available for users who want to permanently delete files and folders from the hard drive. Please note that if you delete files and folders with this option enabled, all removed data would be unrecoverable. ForceDelete also supports batch command line mode. You can run forcedelete.exe from the command line to batch delete files and folders. Usage example: forcedelete.exe [file1] [file2] ... The "file1" and "file2" could be a file or a folder. The program would delete all files or folders you added into the parameters. What Files Can ForceDelete Delete "Cannot delete File: Access is ...
5/5 84 Sep 30, 2021
AutoClose
Run as Service v1.0.0.0
Run as Service v1.0.0.0 RunAsService is a command line tool that allows you to setup a regular console application to run as a service. Below you will find descriptions and examples of how to do this. This tool requires that .NET Framework 2.0 be already installed on your computer. If you do not have .NET Framework 2.0 this tool will display a message and not run. You probably already have the .NET Framework 2.0 but if you don't you can download it here: Microsoft Download Center IMPORTANT: Any services you install using this tool will require that this tool remain on that computer in the same location in order for those services to continue functioning. Therefore before installing any services you should make sure this tool is somewhere where it can remain permanently. If you do end up moving this tool use the 'fixservices' action to fix the existing services. (details on how to use 'fixservices' can be found below) RunAsService Typing just the name of the tool without specifying any parameters. Or specifying incorrect paramters will bring you to the help screen. RunAsService install [Name] [Display Name] PathToExecutable Name The name of the service, if none is specified the name will default to the name of the executable. You might choose to give it a different name than the executable to keep some kind of existing convention, make it friendlier or make it easier to use commands like 'net start' and 'net stop' Display Name ...
5/5 2,670 Nov 15, 2019
Luis Perez
ShadowGuard v1.0.0.0
ShadowGuard v1.0.0.0 ShadowGuard is designed to detect when malware or ransomware is attempting to delete File Shadow Copies and take action. Typically ransomware will attempt to delete Shadow Copies of your files prior to encrypting, so you canít restore them, but ShadowGuard can step in at this stage to stop it completely. Upon detection ShadowGuard will: Prevent the command from execution (Preserving your Shadow Copies) Terminate the application that initiated the command (This would be the potential ransomware.) ShadowGuard works by attaching itself as a debugger to certain processes, filtering out destructive commands before the process is even created. ShadowGuard can currently attach to: vssadmin.exe wmic.exe powershell.exe ShadowGuard also maintains an allowed programs list which will prevent those programs from being terminated by ShadowGuard. This is extremely useful for some backup applications which may use vssadmin.exe in order to manage volume shadow copies. Compatibility: Windows 10. Although officially unsupported, it will work on older versions of Windows back to Windows XP. How to use it: 1. Download/Install/Run the program. 2. Put a check in the box for each file you wish to guard to enable that feature. Remove the check to disable. 3. Close the program, it does not need to be running to operate. License: ShadowGuard is free for all personal and commercial usage. See included EULA for more details. Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 543 Feb 17, 2021
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