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Windows Utilities Launcher Brings Native Windows Tools in a Single Place

Windows has several built-in tools for optimizing, managing and customizing it, but, all are located at different places like control panel, start menu, etc. This makes bit difficult to access a tool when you really need it. To solve this issue, here is a simple tool called Windows Utilities Launcher that brings some of the most needed native Windows tools in a single place.

Windows Utilities Launcher is a simple software tool designed to bring some of the most needed Windows built-in tools together at a convenient location. From this location, you can access your tool with a click.


It Contains The Following Utilities: Computer Management, Device Manager, Disk Manager, Performance Monitor, Display Properties, Services, Task Manager, System Configuration, Add/Remove Programs, Disk Cleanup, Time Date and Windows Info [Vista & 7 Only].


In addition, from Quick Access Menu (System Tray), you can quickly access Notepad, Calculator and Task Manager.

Windows Utilities Launcher does not require installation. Just run it, choose a tool to launch or access it from the system tray and choose your tool to launch.

It can be downloaded free from developer’s website here. (via)

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