A few freeware picks from an excellent source

First, go visit Rick over at What’s On My PC.  An excellent blogger I have followed for years, Rick can find some of the best freeware out there. Here’s just a few picks of some really good software that he’s featured.

Win Network Tools (from his November 30, 2015 post) –

 “If you manage a network, Win Network Tools may be helpful. The program provides a graphical interface (or launcher) of common command line tools that are built into Windows (that are typically run from the command prompt) and some other options (such as Speed Test) that will launch a site to test out your connection speed.”

Win Net Tools

From November 16, 2015

A tool to reset Windows Updates –


Credit – What’s On My PC, Site2Unblock, the Windows Club and TechNet


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2 Responses to A few freeware picks from an excellent source

  1. Ramblinrick says:

    Merry Christmas Steve and thank you for the article…

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