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  1. Windows 8 does not alert users to new Windows Updates like previous versions of Windows. Some people like Windows to "be quiet" and not alert them to updates for various reasons. For those of us who do rely on notifications to important Windows Updates this is a good free solution. Once I ran this software I was informed that I did indeed have 6 Windows Updates waiting to be downloaded and installed. Be sure to look at the see the documentation page for install instructions and Screenshots.
  2. Get the classic Start Menu back in Windows 8. http://majorgeeks.com/StartMenu8_d7934.html I'm not sure why but it does not run at startup for me like it's supposed to so I just put the .exe in my startup folder to solve that problem. It is v1.0.0 so maybe future updates will show some improvements but I like it as it is so far. Go to: C:Users{User Name}AppDataRoamingMicrosoftWindowsStart MenuProgramsStartup Copy/Paste this file into the Startup folder: C:Program Files (x86)IObitStartMenu8StartMenu8.exe
  3. PrivacyFix - Your online privacy, simplified PrivacyFix keeps your Internet browsing private. Privacyfix Homepage
  4. The built in Windows Search, formerly known as Windows Desktop Search (WDS), is a nice feature on Windows computers for easily locating files and folders that you may not know the exact location of. However the built in search can be slow and doesn't always find what you know is there. Third party Windows search tools offer more robust features, are faster, and some even have add-ons. Everything Search Engine Everything Search Engine FAQ Find and Run Robot (FARR) Homepage and features FARR Features You Should Know About FARR Add-ons Wise JetSearch Wise JetSearch Help Center DocFetcher se
  5. Favekeeper is a tool to syncronize your favorites and bookmarks across browsers and devices. The "cloud" technology allows you to have your bookmarks wherever you log on to the Internet. Currently supports IE, Firefox and Chrome browsers and you must create a free account with Favekeeper. http://www.favekeeper.com http://www.favekeeper/FAQ.html
  6. NirLauncher by Nir Sofer has recently updated to include some useful tools to an lready stellar lineup. Download NirLauncher Package http://launcher.nirs...t/download.html Utilities List The following utilities are included in NirLauncher package. This list is automatically updated when a new NirLauncher package is released. Utility Name AlternateStreamView AltStreamDump AppCrashView Asterisk Logger AdapterWatch ActiveXHelper BatteryInfoView BulkFileChanger BulletsPassView ChromeCacheView ChromeCookiesView C
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