SYSTOOL is a system information tool that shows you your hardware information, allows you to tweak hardware settings, monitor network traffic, display system logs, and even sleep/wake PCs in a remote site.
The application runs in the tray area and stays there when you don’t use it, and the user interface is similar to the Windows Taskbar and System Tray icons, which you know from Windows XP.
Besides a drop-down menu list of all your hardware parts, there are four main tabs:
CPU: View your CPU’s speed, turbo, frequency and Temperature.
Mem: View the current amount of RAM, installed RAM, used RAM and maximum RAM.
Hard Disk: Check the current size, used space, free space and MFT size.
Network: View the current network speed, total traffic, traffic in/out, traffic in/out per interface and traffic in/out per port.
SysTool’s benchmark feature allows you to run a CPU and memory benchmark on your system. It shows the results in three different views: with no optimization, maximum settings and also as a chart for better viewing.
For LAN traffic monitoring, you can choose to show an alarm if the network connection is dropped or used for more than 200% for 1 hour.
Also, there is the option to view and copy log messages if Windows automatically logs errors or if the user clicks Show Errors.
Another feature is Wake-On-LAN that sends a signal to a remote PC and wakes it up.
You can also monitor the noise of your system to adjust the “Silence Mode” slider on your preferences. There are three options to set the sound level: Standard, Quiet and Maximum.
– Set CPU/RAM/Network settings
– Check CPU/RAM/Hard disk/Network stats
– Performance testing
– Wake on Lan
– Monitoring log
– CPU Info/Benchmark
– Memory info
– CPU/Memory Benchmark
– Network Traffic
– Network Settings
– Power Settings
– Power Monitoring
– Window Control
– Sound Monitoring
– Temperature Monitor
– Motherboard Info
– Motherboard Benchmark
– Display Info
– Network Info
– CPU Info
– Processor Benchmark
– Network Benchmark
– Socket Information
– Monitor log
– CPU temp monitor
– Network Traffic
– Socket Info
– CPU/Network Benchmark
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.NET Framework 3.0 or later required. It’s a standalone Windows application, with no.NET Framework required.
It supports some popular formats for graphics files, including JPG, GIF, PNG and BMP.
Additional programs, such as Adobe Photoshop, may be unable to open these files.
It can open GIF, JPG and PNG files in their default or raw format, as well as in Windows-specific JPG or GIF formats.
It can open BMP files and can read the Exif (Exchangeable Image File Format) data embedded in the file.
It opens a file in the default size (in pixels) or automatically adjusts to fit the screen or a specified size.
It can scale, center or leave the picture alone, crop, rotate and pick any color for the background or let the program automatically determine it.
It can be started in fast or slow speed modes, and you can switch between the two without losing any changes.
It can minimize or hide to the system tray area so it stays minimized without blocking your work.
It can display more than one picture at a time in a single window, or all available pictures at once in the background.
The program is simple, intuitive and easy to use, so beginners or those not familiar with photo editing software can handle it right away.
Image Viewer Enhanced is a tool that enables you to open and view graphic files with various extensions, such as JPG, GIF, PNG and BMP. It features some practical viewing options that can be handled with ease even by those less experienced with photo processing software.
No setup required, besides.NET Framework
The entire program is packed in just one file that can be copied to the hard drive or to a removable storage device to seamlessly run Image Viewer Enhanced on any machine. However,.NET Framework must be installed. It doesn’t need anything else to run (including DLLs), change the Windows registry configuration, or create files on the disk without your permission.
Simple GUI for viewing photographs
The interface is user-friendly, consisting of a rectangular window with a black background, where options become available after opening the right-click menu. Keyboard shortcuts are supported for all important options.
After opening an image file, you can toggle the display mode between normal, fill, centered, stretch and zoomable. Double-clicking the image opens it in full screen. It’s also possible to set the zoom speed to slow, medium