Small Utilities 7.2.1

Small Utilities is a collection of tools that can come in handy not just to the regular user but also for the more seasoned ones. The bundle includes more than 70 programs that cover a wide range of needs. Small Utilities Suite is a Windows application contains different computer management and file management utilities. Utilities include file management, memory management, calculator, hash creator, system utilities, base converter, ASCII converter, and email utility. Although the collection can be installed on the system with no effort all the tools are console-based, which for some users may make working with them a bit more difficult.

On the other hand, to make things easier on the user, after the installation process a shortcut is created on the desktop, allowing you to quickly initiate the command-prompt window already set up.

Moreover, all you have to do in order to load one of the applications is to enter its name and press Enter and the window immediately fills up with information on how to work with the respective tool.

Also helpful is the documentation that comes with the suite. It makes available details about each component of the bundle, from their functionality to how they can be used.

The utilities available in the package can be used for a diverse set of activities, from viewing information about certain hardware components, clearing the clipboard, sending short messages via the SMTP (simple mail transfer protocol) to running file copying jobs, calculating file hash and checksum or schedule programs to run later.

Small Utilities provides an overwhelming bundle of tools, which are not too difficult to handle if you’re familiar with the command-prompt screen.

Platform: Windows XP/Vista/7
License: Freeware
Author: Website
Size: 1.65MB

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