Sunday, January 14, 2007

Computer Investigation Guide

The Fundamental Computer Investigation Guide for Windows is a concise collection of processes, tools, and best practice information. It is designed to provide standardized guidance for IT professionals who need to conduct investigations of Microsoft® Windows®–based computers in their organizations.

Visit the website HERE.

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USB PC Repair System

The Daily Cup of Tech computer help site put together a USB-drive based collection of software that'll help you resuscitate any ailing PC.

All wrapped up into one convenient, 14.2MB zip file, the USB PC Repair System contains 37 fix-it proggies, many of which we've recommended here on Lifehacker before, including: CCleaner, Eraser, ProcessExplorer and TweakUI. The PC Repair System is a free download, Windows only.

Read more HERE.

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Recover Deleted Files for Free

One of my worst nightmares is deleting a file from my PC just to realize that I still needed it. It has happened to me several times, especially since one of my favorite key combinations is Shift+Delete, which “permanently” deletes a file– bypassing the Recycling Bin.

I tested four freeware applications that are all designed to restore your files after they are supposed to be gone. The applications were as follows:

Read more HERE.

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