AutoMe is a reliable and user-friendly windows automation software and macro recorder with task scheduler, color checker. AutoMe is very easy to use, you can record robot, and run it as many time as needed. No programing needed.
Asoftech Automation records all operation of mouse and keystrokes and saves them as macros. It can play back the recorded macros to automate recorded tasks any number of times.It is very easy to use and doesn't require any programming experience.
Free IP Tools is a convenient way to keep all important networkutilities in one place. Twelve essential network tools inside a single user-friendly application. Troubleshoot network problems with this free collection!
PageR monitors Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 2003, Windows 2008 and Windows 7. Monitored Object types can be chosen to Monitor Windows Services, Disc Space, Disc Drives, Windows Event Logs, Windows Folders, Web Pages, Disc Files, Windows Process
PacketTrap DNS Audit is a utility that matches one or more IP addresses to DNS names. The tool does forward lookups on the DNS name to ensure the IP address matches. The tool also displays NetBIOS, local host and lmhost file values for each IP.
pt360 NetFlow Listener captures flowdata from continuous streams of networktraffic and converts raw data into useful charts and tables that quantify exactly how the corporate network is being utilized.
MyLanViewer is a powerful networkscanner and IP monitor. It displays your network computers in an easy to read, buddy-list stylewindow that provides the machine names, shared resources and other technical details for each computer.
PacketTrap PortScan is a utility that looks for open TCP ports on one or more network nodes. Port Scan may be configured to scan commonly used ports or a customset of ports as needed. The fast, accurate results are available for export.
Automatically logWiFi signal strength at specified intervals while working. Status can be retrieved every 30 seconds, 1 minute, 5 minutes, 30 minutes, 1 hour, etc. This application sits in the system tray, at the bottom right corner of the screen.