Whenever we get a new PC or reinstall Windows, we spend an hour or two personalizing and optimizing it to our needs. An important part of this process is installing third-party tools that help secure, clean, manage, and optimize ourPCfor the best experience.
So, if you’re looking to optimize your new Windows PC for the best experience, I know 10 free Windows tools that I highly recommend installing on a new Windows PC or in old to get better performance and protective life .so Lets’s start…
AVAST is one of the largest security companies in the world using next-gen technologies to fight cyber attacks in real time.Protecting your PC with an antivirus software is a good start for PC security. For past many years, I am trusting AVAST for protecting my PC from malware and other security threats. Its free solution is more than enough for an average user as it comes with real-time protection.
And honestly,AVAST is recently adding amazing advanced features that make it a perfect malware solution. Low resource usage while gaming, application behavior control, Wi-Fi security, and online security are just a few of the cool features you can get with AVAST for free.
Getting a good third-party uninstaller is a must on Windows, and I recommend IOrbit Uninstaller. The tool is really easy to use and deletes almost all types of junk data left my programs, including registry entries, system integrated files, temporary files, and program data, etc.
It also allows you to bulk remove programs, and it will automatically answer most of the uninstallation prompts during the process. It also has a built-in windows updates manager and browser plugin manager.
Many programs come with bundled programs that are usually unrequired and may even contain malware. And if you are one of those “click next all the way to the install button” fellows, you might often install a lot of useless stuff. This is where Unchecky comes in handy.
Unchecky automatically unchecks or declines offers of bundled program installation when you install new programs.
Just install the program and it will make sure you don’t install anything unwanted apart from the main program. Although I will still recommend you to carefully check programs while installation to ensure you decline an offer that Uncheck might have missed (never happened to me yet, though).
If you bought a new PC from a manufacturer, then most probably it will have pre-installed third-party apps (aka bloatware). In most cases, you don’t need these apps (at least, I never did). If you don’t want these third-party apps and want to get rid of them in one go, then PC PC Decrapifier is the tool you need.
The program will search your PC for known bloatware programs and give you the option to delete them. You can simply select the ones you don’t want and PC PC Decrapifier will uninstall them.
Your browser’s download manager is very limited in. It won’t give you full control over your downloads or even offer optimum speed. So a third-party download manager kinda becomes a necessity.
I used to praise Free Download Manager, but I have recently replaced it with EagleGet download manager. It has a simple and sleek interface and comes with a wide support for download protocols.
Similar to other download managers, it offers maximum download speed using multi-threaded technology and gives full control over downloads, including pause/resume, downloading scheduling and queue management, etc. On top of all that, it checks downloads for Viruses and has the ability to refresh expired download links.
A backup of your data is necessary right from the time you first boot the PC. Any system corruption or physical damage could lead to loss of your data. Although there are many online and offline data backup tools, but FBackup astounds me with its simple functionality. This completely free backup tool is dead simple to use and lets you create both online and offline backups.
For offline backups, you simply tell the source location, destination location, and schedule and the rest are handled by FBackup. Online backups can be done to your Google Drive account and the process is same as offline backups. It also has plugins for popular apps to fully backup their data without errors.
If most of your time is spent in front of the PC, especially at night time; then you need to get f.lux The tool is a screen color adjuster that gets rid of the monitor’s blue light at night that is known for creating sleep problems and eye strains
y default, it creates an orange(y) display that soothes your eye and helps you work easily at night. And when you are done, you will have no problem sleeping as well.
Sleep is not an issue for me, but f.lux does help make my PC screen easy on the eyes. It asks for your city location to pinpoint day/night times and automatically adjusts screen display according to time. At first, the display may seem a bit weird, but after 2-3 days of use, you will see its benefits.
7-Zip is a powerful tool that offers amazing control over compressions and decompressions of any type of file.
It lets you choose from multiple types of compression methods and level of compression. You can also encrypt your data with strong AES 256-bit encryption and create protective archives of data and update them as needed.
Furthermore, it also makes it easy to decompress files in bulk and supports all types of compression formats. All of these features are necessary if you are ever going to compress or decompress files.
I will also recommend you to check out CCEnhancer. It is an add-on for CCleaner that adds tons of new cleaning options in CCleaner to help you get the most out of it.
Manage multiple inboxes in one place and keep on top of your daily tasks
If you have more than one email account – and most of us do – you probably have to juggle multiple browser tabs when you want to check your messages. A desktop email client helps avoid this hassle by putting all your mailboxes in one central location, and eM Client is the best one around. It’s smart, easy to navigate, and supports your calendars as well to help you stay organized.
Download a third-party browser.
There are 3 major third-party browsers currently, Chrome, Firefox, and Opera. Chrome is fast and considered to be the most secure browser. Similarly, Opera is light, fast and comes with tons of unique features. And Firefox is known for respecting your privacy.
In the end, it depends on what your needs are while browsing the web. Make your choice, and don’t depend on Internet Explorer.
There are many other cool tools available as well that help keep the PCrunning smoothly, but these are some of the best and of course, my favorite ones. The above tools also have good alternatives if you don’t like a particular program. So do see if you can find something that fits your needs.
Which tools do you install on your new PC ? Do share with us in the comments.
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