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Monitor your servers with DreamSys Server Monitor. This utility contacts your servers to make sure they are up. If the servers fail to respond, you can receive a text message alerting you of the failure.
iDump takes the hassle out of backing up your iPod.
Pat originally told me about Ammyy. I just used it and it works great. This will be put in my aresenal of sites to control other computers (tech support for a friend or work). See also Zolved
Do you need to keep synchronized hard drives so that backup data is accurate and up-to-date. Fling can do this for you. With a multitude of options, try it out. Link Although this software says it is for FTP, it … Continue reading
Being a VirtualBox fan, it is one of the best tools to have more than one computer on a single computer. You can use it to test programs, software and other applications. Link I just checked out the Beta and … Continue reading
Microsoft usual puts out resource tools for Servers and operating systems. Here is their link for Server 2003 Tools Here is just one of the tools- Robocopy.exe: Robust File Copy Utility A versatile utility for maintaining an identical copy of … Continue reading
If you have a software program NOT to start with Windows, you can go into msconfig.msc or the startup group and uncheck or delete the program. Sometimes you can’t find where the program is starting (Malware, Spyware or a program … Continue reading
Why is it important to know what ports are open on your computer? Ports are associated with specific services. For example- if you open up the internet and type http://www.wordpress.com a virtual port opens in your network services to allow your … Continue reading