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#12725896 Sep 21, 2016 at 02:39 PM · Edited 8 months ago
Muscle
20 Posts
I got some useful programs for you all 🔧

CCleaner - optimize your computer

SlimDrivers - automatically updates your drivers to the latest ones

Both programs are free.
Hello there.
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#12726103 Sep 21, 2016 at 04:11 PM · Edited 9 months ago
Don
1337 Posts
GridMove - Program to easily move windows across your screen in fixed grid positions, to keep it organized.

You can fully customize the grid formation and controls. For my own settings, I use middle mouse button to move the windows into fixed grid positions, but I keep using left mouse button to normally drag windows across the screen. Free and very lightweight program, I use it every day.

Animation (.gif) for a 3-part grid:


Possible grid formations for the windows:
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#12726467 Sep 21, 2016 at 06:44 PM
Don
1337 Posts
CPU-Z - Program to check information about your CPU (and other components). For example real-time core voltage and speed.

MSI Afterburner - Program to adjust GPU clock speeds, voltage and fan speed. I use this to overclock my graphics card and made a custom fan-speed curve in it.

RealTemp - Program to oversee the temperatures of your CPU cores.

IntelBurnTest - Benchmark program to test the stability of your CPU. After overclocking my CPU, I use this program to test the stability of the clock. Read the manual if you don't know what you're doing.

All programs are free

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#12755861 Oct 03, 2016 at 02:00 PM · Edited 8 months ago
Muscle
20 Posts
Avast Free Antivirus - One of my favorite antivirus program, it's free, light, and easy to use.

Driver Booster 3 - It will search all your components in your computer and equipment for the latest drivers, very useful. Much better than SlimDrivers I mentioned before, easy to use and a nice design. 😊
Hello there.
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#12755936 Oct 03, 2016 at 02:37 PM · Edited 8 months ago
Recruit
94 Posts
Personally, I never use Anti-Virus they break up your system (sometimes certain programs don't work properly) slow your system down (start up times take longer, in the background tests). And overall if you don't do stupid shit...
The Windows Defender from Windows 10 (which get almost updated daily, and is way more in the background) out performs any third party Anti-Virus..

If however, I want to scan I would use a different program which is called.

Malwarebytes I install it. Scan with it. And after that straight delete it from the computer. That should be enough to keep your computer clean. Once a month is recommended but not a must.
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#12756513 Oct 03, 2016 at 06:46 PM
Muscle
20 Posts
Yeah you right but if you have a decent computer, antivirus shouldnt be a problem, not for me. I like to have an antivirus installed so i can scan the computer whenever i want. It also has all the features i need.
Hello there.
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#13100337 Mar 02, 2017 at 04:02 AM
Muscle
9 Posts
Well to protec my pc
From virus and shits i have subscriptions to bitdefender so...
No need for that
But thanks for the advice
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#13195663 Apr 17, 2017 at 04:27 PM
Muscle
90 Posts
I feel like I'll be necro'ing something here, but I tend to use WinDirStat to hunt down large files on my HDD when I go on my monthly purges. Shows you whats hogging up space.
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