Check out 6 best Windows tools now

Check out 6 best Windows tools now

Windows is now the most popular operating system, accounting for nearly 60 percent of all government web site visitors. Microsoft’s desktop operating system includes tons of applications and tools, but not all of them are useful. If you are not particularly tech savvy, the Windows’s apps and tools may be a bit too overwhelming, or you might not figure out which tools may be useful for you. To help you with this, we have compiled a list of all exciting Windows tools you can use.


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  1. Glasswire

Glasswire is a free firewall software and network monitor that detects threads that your anti-viruses may miss. The Windows tool offers an intuitive interface that visualizes your network activity on a beautiful and easy to understand graph. Besides, your current and past network activity will be displayed by traffic type, application, and geographic location.

Besides, the firewall will show you which serverw an app is communicating with, so you can easily detect and block potential threats. The Window  tool, Glasswire also includes a bandwidth monitoring feature allows you to find out which apps are eating up your bandwidth, so you can disable them if necessary.

  1. Everything Search Engine

Everything Search Engine is a useful Windows tool for desktop that locates files and folders by names instantly, making it much easier for users to access their desired data. To do this, the tool keeps a database of all your files on your PC, you can find them at any time.

One of the bestselling points of the Windows tool is that it is really lightweight, thereby using very little system resources. If you are looking for a resource-friendly Windows tool, Everything Search Engine should be your choice.

  1. TreeSize

TressSize is an exciting Windows tool that detects space hogs on your hard disk. The tool visualizes your folders by blue-colored bar, making it easier to find out which files and folders are consuming your device’s space. TreeSize also includes the ability to scan your smartphones and other mobile devices that support MTP connectivity.

  1. ShareX

ShareX is a Windows tool that offers advanced screenshot capture, screen recorder and file sharing. The tool provides numerous methods of capturing your screenshots like full screen, freehand, or monitor.

Beside that, you can customize your screenshots by adding effects, annotating, printing and even more. The tool supports all the recent Windows versions including Windows 10, 8.1, 8 and 7.

  1. Breevy

Breevy is a text expander for Windows that makes your typing faster and more accurate by letting you abbreviate long words and phrases, thereby saving your time. The Windows tool supports Windows 10, 8.1, 8, and 7. If typing is a little hard for you, Breevy should be put in your wish-list.

  1. SharpKeys

SharpKeys is another exciting typing tool. Unlike Breevy, this Windows tool remaps one key to any other key. For example; you can remap Caps Lock to a Shift key. Note that SharpKeys cannot map multiple key presses to one key, so don’t attempt to remap Ctrl+C to the F5 key and expect it works.

That’s all for Windows’s best tools. Hopefully, you get your own now. Don’t forget to leave a comment if you have any other power tools for Windows in the section below.

Category Computers, Windows

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