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SolarWinds Virtualization Manager (SVM) is a powerful tool for managing VMware vSphere, VMware Infrastructure, and Microsoft Hyper-V environments. SVM enables you to monitor the configuration of hosts and virtual machines and identify systems which deviate from organizational standards. The software automatically identifies both under-utilized and over-utilized virtual machines, enabling y
CCleaner, developed by PiriForm, is a wonderful Windows-based tool to effectively manage your computer memory, speed and security (to certain extent). It cleverly cleans your browser history, recycle bin, recent documents, temporary files, log files, and Windows registry. Hence, resulting in more free memory, optimized speed and enhanced security. I’ve been using CCleaner since 2008 and have
This is a guest post by Naweed Chougle. For quite some time, I’d been a fan of Sun’s OpenOffice suite, after having decided to live life open source! Though, less powerful than the Microsoft Office series, OpenOffice was decent enough for all my needs. I could open files at will, whether .docx, .doc or otherwise and perform the basic operations that defined the core of Microsoft Office pac
Netbooks have become the coolest portable computers used for browsing the Internet, chatting, downloading, media playback, etc. A new purchase of netbook will usually come equipped with one of the Windows operating system – usually Windows XP Home Edition. But, many a times, a cheaper netbook may come equipped with Linux or no operating system at all. There have been few major developments in ne
An antivirus program is a type of software that searches your hard drive and floppy disks for any known or potential viruses. The market for this kind of software has expanded because of Internet growth and the increasing use of the Internet by businesses associated with protecting their computer assets. Antivirus software gives an essential layer of protection from a mu
The programs that automatically run at start of your Windows operating system are the Windows Startup Programs. Multiple programs may pop-up or execute in the background at the startup. These pop-ups and background executions may delay your startup time and make the computer very slow. It is always better to timely manage the startup programs in order to reduce the startup time and increase the lo