Today I am going to share the utilities of NetSpeedMonitor, GmailDefaultMaker and WinHotKey with my readers as the three are very smart and easy to use software. They are responsible to help you out in your day to day work and downward I would tell you briefly about each software separately as what I do on daily basis.
We have covered a number of networking monitoring tools with you up till now but may be they don’t seem to be as efficient as we were expecting. But not to worry anymore, we are here to help you out and bring an efficient program for monitoring speed and bandwidth in a great-looking toolbar next to your system tray in title of NetSpeedMonitor. Let me tell you it’s an advanced and pretty simple program, as you choose a network adapter and it shows you the current bandwidth in kilobits per second. (One kilobit is an eighth of a kilobyte, and you can change which unit it uses.)
On tapping a right click on NetSpeedMonitor, you will be displayed a lots of options. By using it you can keep an eye to all the programs currently connected to the ‘net, look at the total amount of data sent and received for a particular network interface, and more. It’s quite a nice looking tool, and it’s useful too.
Version discovered: v220.127.116.11
Supported OS: Windows XP/Vista/7
Download size: 3.3-3.6MB
VirusTotal malware scan results: 32-bit: 0/42 | 64-bit: 0/42
Most of the times Email links stand as a great pain while using a webmail provider in place of an actual client. Conversely GmailDefaultMaker to the rescue! With this wrongly named program, you can set Yahoo, AOL, Hotmail, Google Apps, or even (!) Gmail as your default provider for email links.
You just have to install the program just, just after installation and set up, you’re done. And now onwards whenever you click on an email link, it’ll open in whichever email provider you chose in your default web browser.
Version discovered: v18.104.22.168
Supported OS: Windows XP/Vista/7 with .NET 4.0
Download size: 1.5MB
VirusTotal malware scan results: 1/42
As you all are clearly aware of it that the Windows Key is an underutilized beast. Most of the folks use it for one or two things, if that. Although you can, create custom keyboard shortcuts to launch applications, open documents, open folders, and do more using WinHotKey, making it a much more useful and versatile key.
When you create any new shortcut using WinHotKey, you can use any combination of Windows like, Alt, Ctrl, and Shift keys, with most of the other keys on your keyboard. The newly created shortcut can launch applications, open documents, open folders, control windows, or even type text. Shortcuts created using WinHotKey are extremely useful and allow you to do pretty much anything!
Version discovered: v0.70
Supported OS: Windows all
Download size: 825KB
VirusTotal malware scan results: 0/43
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