Monday, February 2, 2015

Vistumbler Portable
"Amazing tool. Works perfect. Very helpful." —glucym (user), Vistumbler at SourceForge.net
"Although Vistumbler Portable seems pretty easy to use, it is not so intuitive for beginners, as the lingo present can be quite difficult to understand. Despite all that, this piece of software proves to be quite efficient and responds quickly to commands. No bugs or crashes occurred during our tests." —Madalina Boboc, Softpedia (November 4th, 2013)
"Vistumber v8.1 is an excellent, free tool for finding nearby wireless access points, and giving you a great deal of information about each. It's much like the popular NetStumbler program, except appears to work with a wider variety of hardware." —Preston Gralla, PCWorld (Nov 25, 2008 12:00 AM)
Vistumbler is a wireless network scanner written in AutoIT for Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8.
   WiFiDB is a database written in php to store Vistumbler VS1 files. Keeps track of total access points w/gps, maps to kml, signal graphs, statistics, and more.

VistumblerPortable_10.5.paf
Size: 11 663 422 Packed Size: 4 140 955

Notes:
» Requires Admin. privilege.
» I'm just trying out this app. and share the portable version, but I recommend inSSIDer Home (free) that is faster, easier, and with better UI.[]

TeraCopy Portable (32/64-bit)
"Already, 'How did I ever do without this?' The 1st day!" —Bozobub (a user), Download.com (October 01, 2014)
"It may seem crazy if you’re coming from XP/Vista, but our tests showed that Windows 7 is more than capable of handling large files on its own. When shooting for a larger number of files, TeraCopy ekes out ahead of Windows by a small margin. ... If I had to pick, I’d say TeraCopy wins for day-to-day performance, since I’m usually copying more small files than single large ones. ... The important thing really is that the biggest advantage isn’t speed, it’s features." —Yatri Trivedi, How-To Geek (09/13/11)
"Simply using Windows Explorer, PowerShell, Robocopy, or the now quite dated RichCopy are good, but myself and others in the virtualization community have come to fancy TeraCopy. ... One of the best aids to a busy (or lazy) administrator is possibly the ability to pause a job. Besides the lazy aspect, this may be very beneficial if you have limited bandwidth, and the task can't run during the business day. That leads me to my wish list of a bandwidth limiter on the I/O, but TeraCopy's objective is to move files fast." —Rick Vanover, TechRepublic (February 21, 2014, 2:17 PM PST)
TeraCopy is designed to copy and move files at the maximum possible speed. It skips bad files during the copying process, and then displays them at the end of the transfer so that you can see which ones need attention.
   Copy files faster. TeraCopy uses dynamically adjusted buffers to reduce the seek times. Asynchronous copying speeds up the file transfer between two physical hard drives.
Pause and resume file transfer activities. Pause the copy process at any time in order to free up system resources and continue with a single click.
   Error recovery. In case of a copy error, TeraCopy will try several times to recover and, in the worse case scenario, will simply skip the file, not terminating the entire transfer.
Interactive file list. TeraCopy shows the failed file transfers and lets you fix the problem and recopy only the problem files.
   Shell integration. TeraCopy can completely replace the Explorer copy and move functions, in turn enabling you to work with files as usual.
   Full Unicode support.
   Windows 8 x64 support.

TeraCopy is free for non-commercial use only. For commercial use you need to buy a license.

TeraCopyPortable_2.3.0.0.paf
Size: 7 392 727 Packed Size: 2 981 689

Notes (included in the help.htm):
» TeraCopy Right-Click/Context Menu (requires Admin. privilege)
   › Enable TeraCopy context menu by running the "Enable context menu" (TCReg.exe).
   › To disable it, just run "Disable context menu" (TCUnReg.exe).[]