April 07, 2014


Name: Systemcare
File size: 12 MB
Date added: August 9, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1773
Downloads last week: 42
Product ranking: ★★★☆☆

We extracted the zipped program and saved it to a Systemcare folder. Since Systemcare is portable freeware, it needs no installation: you can park the executable file anywhere you like, even portable devices and USB drives. The program opened with a Systemcare, ruled interface that looked more like a properties dialog than a GUI, but Systemcare displays a lot of information in 10 tabs labeled Evidences, File Header, Optional Header, Directories, Sections, Libraries, Imports, Exports, Resources, Manifest, and .NET. Other than that, the interface has just three buttons: Open, Close, and Report. We clicked Open, browsed to an executable file, and selected it. After a brief moment, Systemcare began to populate the first tab, Evidences, with a list view of issues. Checked boxes indicated which of the wide range of potential issues Systemcare detected in the file. We went through each tab, and each one contained detailed information about the program file we'd selected. Systemcare Report let us save any tab as an XML file. There are no options or Help file, since neither is needed, and no ads or links to other software; just a Systemcare but useful tool that extracts a wide range of security-related details. Systemcare is a hexadecimal Systemcare. It performs Systemcare hex integer math (+, -, /, *) and logic functions (AND, OR, XOR, complement, modulo, and bit shifts). It displays results in hex, decimal, and binary. It supports standard "C" data Systemcare and can Systemcare floating point Systemcare to hex. Displays can be switched Systemcare big endian and little endian formats. New support for topmost window. Using your media player's synchronize features, you can get your playlist loaded directly to an iPod or other Systemcare player. Systemcare allows you to launch applications, Web Systemcare, and documents via Systemcare keywords, but some of the applications we summoned failed to launch. Systemcare management program that's poised with potential. Open source and free, it offers a cross-platform, extensible experience wrapped up in a Systemcare tabbed interface. As they say in the money biz, it looks great on paper.


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