IP Geolocator is a Google Chrome extension that provides the option to instantly locate IPv4 address. Just enter the IP address in the text box and hit OK to find the location. This can be useful for people who wish to locate the geographical location of an IP address, for example, some people keep firewall logs which can be used to check which IPs might be attempting to collect information Continue Reading →
The Windows 7 taskbar properties contained a Start Menu tab which was meant to offer options to save recently opened Start Menu item history. In Windows 8 this tab has been replaced with a Jump list tab. This tab allows saving recently opened Jump list item history. In this post I will tell you how to enable and disable this history log. By disabling this log you can protect your Continue Reading →
GamutLogViewer is an open source log file viewer with easy sorting options. It supports filtering, bookmarking, searching and highlighting logs in different colors to make it easy to sort and compare log files.
Disk errors can eventually result in permanent damage to the hard drive (if not fixed). In the wake of fats paced computer processing and shortening attention spans of lay users, such errors are likely to occur due to anything from force shutdowns to read/write errors (or Logical bad Sector )because of system load. It can be quite frustrating to run the default Windows Chk Disk utility, which works before system Continue Reading →
Services Monitor is a free tool created for monitoring and managing the states of Windows Services. It allows you to add/remove services and to start, stop or restart them within a simple GUI interface. It’s best feature is the ability to display and auto update status of each service based on time polling (which can be defined by the user), the choice to start, stop, restart multiple services simultaneously. In Continue Reading →