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Here is an updated list of Karens powertools.

 

http://www.karenware.com/powertools/powertools.asp

 

I actually use replicator to copy all my docs and settings onto an external as a backup, just plug in my external, open replicator and press, back up my docs and settings (or whatever you want) and it does it in seconds, copies over any changes and deletions since last backup you made.

 

Extremely fast and very easy to use. One of those, press this button, and it happens apps.

 

Would be good for anyone who has never tried backing up their pictures, musics and setup.exe's etc before in case of a disaster.

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Here is an updated list of Karens powertools.

 

http://www.karenware.com/powertools/powertools.asp

 

I actually use replicator to copy all my docs and settings onto an external as a backup, just plug in my external, open replicator and press, back up my docs and settings (or whatever you want) and it does it in seconds, copies over any changes and deletions since last backup you made.

 

Extremely fast and very easy to use. One of those, press this button, and it happens apps.

 

Would be good for anyone who has never tried backing up their pictures, musics and setup.exe's etc before in case of a disaster.

 

Very good program. Use it all the time :D

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T M , it's a good job you live on a different continent making remarks like that!!

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I have been using Karens replicator for a couple of years now, great program, havent tried any other of her programs though.....

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Here's the programs I've used, and I can recommend every one of them:

 

Directory Printer - great for selecting different combinations of info to print to a file.

 

Calculator - some recommend others, but I think I liked her for ease of use.

 

Whois - great tool for checking sites you find connecting to your computer using Sysinternals TCPIP. Sysinternals command line utility whois is pretty good, too, but Karen's tool searches more servers.

 

Time Sync - also a great tool to check your computer clock.

 

Drive Info - much easier way to find drive space remaining than to constantly check explorer.

 

Hasher - there are some smaller md5 checkers out there, but this one gives you alot of versatility.

 

 

It's good to see she's updated alot of them, but mostly it seems to be for Vista users. I'm surprised that none of her programs have been sold to a

major vendor or have been included in Microsoft's tech updates board. Her Replicator program seem to be recommended for backups on many sites.

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