Tweaki For Power Users 4.3.5
Tweaki puts several Windows utilities into one easy-to-use program while adding hundreds of additional tweaks not found in other system tweakers. Tweaki exposes Windows optimizations that make your computer run and boot faster, secure your computer from unauthorized access, tweak Microsoft Office and Internet Explorer, prevent access to web sites, stop downloading of files from the Internet, manage your Internet Explorer Favorites and add productivity enhancements like forcing Windows Explorer to open in any folder of your choosing or create a right click SendTo menu --even delete a file that you couldn't delete before. Tweaki gives you access to hundreds of hidden Windows features while adding functionality that makes your version of Windows easier to use.
RegSpy is a Windows registry utility that spies on registry changes made by a program you have selected. RegSpy will help you track any changes in your system registry made by other programs. With RegSpy, you can make a quick Snapshot and Rollback of registry changes for a selected application; see changes of the registry in a convenient and usual form (RegEdit like); spy on an application you select; perform a quick call to RegEdit for viewing the real registry keys state.
Evaluation period: 30 days.
Break Reminder 3.11.6
"Give me a break," -- such might have been the slogan of Break Reminder, an OOS / RSI / MSD / CVS prevention software. In fact, "product concept and medical advice has been provided by Dr David Hingston MB ChB MBA, a New Zealand vocationally registered specialist general practitioner with experience managing OOS, RSI, MSD and CTS patients."
According to the developers, "Break Reminder has been sold internationally. Customers include corporations, health and education institutions in the USA, UK, Australia and New Zealand. We also have users in Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, and the Netherlands. Corporations typically spend months testing Break Reminder before purchasing it. There are now many many thousands of safer PC users."