I’ve tried several RAMDisk softwares before I found one that were free and worked under Windows 10 64-Bit.
The RAMDisk I use is called ImDisk Toolkit, and I find it pretty much perfect. It got plenty of features which should cover pretty much every users needs.
It might also save a lot of write cycles on your precious SSDs. 😉
You can set it up to mount ISO-files and other image file formats if you want to.
Or setup a folder on one of your hard drives and have the content inside it copied to the RAMDisk every time you boot up your PC.
It can also be setup to save the stuff you currently got stored on the RAMDisk to a directory of your choice before you shut down your PC.
You can download ImDisk Toolkit here!
Here’s the freshest, most updated, hottest…. List of updated torrent trackers for 2019 so far.
Find New Peers With This Huge & Updated Torrent Tracker List!
Are you downloading a torrent and got slow speeds? Or maybe it’s completely stalled. Well, if you’re lucky you can actually brick it to life again if you find peers with the parts of the torrent you need sitting on one of these trackers.
97 Fresh Trackers is waiting for you below. Try ’em out!
(Don’t use it do download stuff you’re not allowed to download of course…)
Continue reading The Best & Biggest Torrent Tracker List of 2019!
Want to setup a local DHCP server on your Windows PC?
This very lightweight application can also be setup to run servers for TFTP, DNS, SNTP and Syslog. All servers are included in one small application.
This application is called TFTPD64. It’s Open Source and the size of the installation, portable or service version is about 0.5 MB.
Continue reading Free DHCP, DNS, TFTP Servers for Windows (Lightweight)
pViewer is a Image Viewing application for Windows. It’s really fast and does it job with perfectly, both when it comes to starting up the application itself and then to display the next images.
It got a minimal UI which I like, no unnecessary bloated features that take up memory and extra time to load.
If you want to see the features and settings, just right-click somewhere inside the application to bring up the menu where you got a couple of features among other things and settings.
The reason I think pViewer was made with less features, whistles and bells than most other image viewer application is the loading time. I have not asked the programmer but I bet a dollar that pushing the performance of just displaying the images was his/her main focus.
So don’t you dare to put this application on nothing else than a SSD or a RAMdisc. 😉
It’s does pretty much anything at least I would expect from a application like this. Small and fast don’t really fit feature rich, but as for just viewing images it’s a good application.
But there’s one thing that annoy me so much. After installation it made the default icons for some of the Image-formats change to it’s own icon, which I’m not that fond of.
Whats the point of this? And it’s not even a setting to reset the icons to Windows standard icons and also not a choice when you install it, not one that I could find at least.
One great thing is that it’s Open Source and I really respect programmers that have been working hard with a application and made both it and the source free to the public!
Visit pViewers website, click here!
Visual Subst is a great tool to save some time while browsing the filesystem. For example, if you got a download folder in c:\my folder\documents\download\ you can simply create a virtual drive for it like x:\ or something like that.
So you can more easily browse to that folder within a second instead trying to find it when there’s 100’s of folders. It’s very useful if you have many different folders you need to access often.
Website: Visual Subst