Garbage Finder estaba como Giveaway el día n 26 de octubre de 2010
Garbage Finder es una herramienta de mantenimiento del sistema diseñado para ayudarle a mantener limpio el disco y la velocidad de Windows. Elimina archivos no utilizados y la chatarra que podría retrasar considerablemente su PC. Garbage Finder es intuitivo y fácil de usar, le ayuda a encontrar y eliminar todos los archivos basura. El uso del programa es muy fácil, incluso los principiantes lo agradecerán. Por otro lado Garbage Finder contiene configuraciones para usuarios avanzados que son mas riesgosas pero con mejores efectos.
Windows XP/ Vista/ 7
Hide My Windows is an effective tool for hiding your windows and applications away from prying eyes. With a quick keystroke or flick of the mouse, Hide My Windows will ferry away sensitive information from your desktop. Sure, you can minimize windows, but a quick glance at the system tray would let anyone know that you're playing a game, checking your fantasy league, or watching your retirement portfolio wave bye bye. Hide My Windows leaves no trace of the hidden application whatsoever. Only you know that it's there…
DesktopAdviser is a surveillance tool to capture images from Windows desktop in stealth mode. Captures windows, applications, photos, video clips, games, chats, webpages like Facebook, Myspace, email conversations - in other words any activity on the PC screen. DesktopAdviser can be used in fully automated mode or controlled manually via keystrokes. Captured images can be saved as sequence of jpeg or bmp files or in one video file.
PerfectClock Professional Edition is a enhanced version of PerfectClock supporting Wallpaper Clock feature. Professionally designed Wallpaper Clocks by famous design studio VladStudio can be displayed right on your desktop or can be run as your Screensaver. More than 250 Wallpaper Clock Skins are available for download. All will amaze, but which will you say "WOW!" to?
abcNotes for iPad - Simply the most realistic & user-friendly notes in the world! No more boring note lists – abcNotes brings you the ability to make REAL notes on your iPad. Have you ever seen any buttons on a paper sticky note? We've never. That's why there are no buttons on abcNotes! Have you ever seen sticky notes precisely aligned on your fridge? You can rotate your abcNotes to any angle you wish! Up to 15 virtual desktops will help you sort your notes, and each desktop background can be individually customized. Each desktop can hold as many notes as you like, and you can locate, resize, or rotate each note as needed.
Comentarios en Garbage Finder
Please add a comment explaining the reason behind your vote.
por que no dan garantia del producto cual es el truco hay un maco escondido o un virus el hombre se hace responsable de lo que hace de lo contrario no es hombre
Save | Cancel
Installed quickly on Win7 x64 with no issues. Loads very very quick, and is a really lightweight, with a clean, streamlined, easy-to-use interface. You can set it to scan and clean every day, and even specific folders. It's probably a bit unnecessary to use it every day, but it's nice that the option is there.
I initially used the "fast scan" option. And it was fast indeed. Scan completed in literally one second(it times the scans for you), at which point it brings up a list of all the items it considers to be "garbage" and will subsequently be deleted unless you remove them from the list. It found a few MBs of temporary files and whatnot, expunged them pretty quickly too.
It will try and set a restore point before all of this, but on Win7 only works if you have it set to "run as administrator." Even if you don't choose to set a restore point you can continue anyway. Afterward, it will show you what files were deleted and what files couldn't be(for whatever reason).
I then tried a "deep scan", which took a while longer - about two and a half minutes I think. It claimed to have found over 18 gigs of garbage files(showing a ton of recycle bin files, even though my recycle bin was empty), though when I cleaned them I didn't gain anywhere near 18 gigs of space. I don't know what the issue is there. Probably reading sectors of my drive that have recently had data deleted from them but haven't been written back over yet or something.
Overall, this seems like a decent little app. You can find similar functionality in other programs(TuneUp Utilites for instance[not free though]), but you might want to give this a shot anyway if you want something more focused.
Save | Cancel
Not a bad effort ... nice interface ... works ok ... but not worthy of a $19.95 price tag, when there are programs like Glary Utilities which are free.
Save | Cancel
There are many many cleaners including ccleaner and easycleaner which are free. In which ways is this better than them and makes it worth $20 more than them?
Save | Cancel
#1&2 You're joking right? Does it say anti-virus? It's like Ccleaner, Glary Utilities, Advanced System Care!
Save | Cancel
Garbage Finder is a small app that basically finds temporary & log files, & with your consent deletes them. IMHO it could be useful if your system drive [the one with Windows on it] is small, e.g. a netbook or Virtual Machine. It's biggest weakness is that unlike Windows' built-in Disk Cleanup, it won't touch old System Restore points, which can waste an awful lot more disk space than the temporary files & logs that usually accumulate [OTOH a small system drive can be backed up quickly enough that there's little reason to have System Restore turned on].
Installation puts 2 folders on your hard drive plus Start Menu shortcuts -- the app's primary folder [under Program Files, or wherever you choose to put it] takes up ~1 MB in 25 files, 1 folder... a 2ndary folder stores a configuration file & an sqlite record of files found & deleted -- install in XP put that folder at root [C:\], while running the app in win7 64 [No Install] put it under [UserName] \ AppData \ Local. Regardless preferences set [Tools menu -> Advanced Options], Garbage Finder wanted to phone home every time it was started -- setting McAfee's firewall to block it had no apparent negative effects. Installing Garbage Finder adds 1 key to the registry for uninstall, 1 for the app's path, & until you set preferences otherwise, an entry's added to the run key so that it start's with Windows.
Running Garbage Finder the initial window & the Options dialog are made up of on/off switches -- if "On" is green that feature's on, & if "Off" is red, it's off. Both windows are easy to figure out, & you have the option of adding folders to empty or skip. Once you've completed a scan you're shown a re-sizable window listing everything found, & given the options to remove items from the list, cancel, or delete everything listed.
That all said, unless your disk space is really at a premium, running Garbage Finder is more about you feeling good that you cleaned things up rather than any sort of necessity... yes it's useful, but with all the photos, songs, videos, docs, setup files etc. people commonly leave all over their drive(s) [& which Garbage Finder will rightly ignore], deleting temporary files & logs isn't likely to make that big a difference, & probably much less of a difference than deleting old Restore Points. I have a few Virtual Machines installed on Virtual Hard Drives at ~8 GB each, & since I frequently copy a backup .vhd over the one I was using to restore it, I want those files as small as possible... Garbage Finder comes in handy there. On my regular system partitions/drives I set the browsers to delete their cache on exit, probably check/clean the temp folders once a day, & while it wouldn't hurt to run something like Garbage Finder, it's just something I haven't ever gotten around to -- I've always felt I had better things to do with my time.
Save | Cancel