Powerful Utility Becomes the Nucleus of Your Computer

Need a tool to uninstall 3 or 4 programs at once?  Do you want to stop two processes at once?  Spencerberus’ SystemNucleus is a project that allows you to do just that.    Excellent program – .Net Framework 3.5 is required.

  • System Audit – detailed report of what’s on & in your computer, and how its all configured.
  • System Editor – configure thousands of settings from a single, easy to use & navigate interface.
  • Startup Manager – see everything that runs & loads when your computer is started and when someone logs in.
  • Backup & Recovery – its always a good idea to backup your current configuration before making changes just in case something goes wrong.
  • Windows Application Menu – shortcuts to over 100 applications & tools included with Windows, many of which are not accessible via the Start Menu.
  • System Tray Menu – optionally display an icon in the system tray that provides quick access to numerous tools and applications. (including the command prompt)
  • Program Manager – view detailed information on installed programs, modify & uninstall applications, and delete old install entries
  • Disks & Drives – create detailed, graphical analysis reports.
  • Detailed Information – view & edit properties of the selected item in the Detail panel, with links to additional online resources.
  • Smart Run – store run commands between sessions, browse for executable, integrated RunAs option with option to save usernames.
  • Customizable, SetOnce Interface – select how much or how little information is displayed.

About TCAT Shelbyville IT Department

The Tennessee College of Applied Technology - is one of 46 institutions in the Tennessee Board of Regents System, the seventh largest system of higher education in the nation. This system comprises six universities, fourteen community colleges, and twenty-six Applied Technology Colleges.
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One Response to Powerful Utility Becomes the Nucleus of Your Computer

  1. Ramblinrick says:

    Great find! Have never crossed paths with this one.

    Rick

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