A average computer user has at least 25 different applications installed on their PC, on the other hand power users may have more than 100 applications installed on their PC. Though downloading and installing softwares can be quite easy, keeping them updated is definitely a hassle, what with many software publishers releasing regular updates to fix bugs or enhance features.
Though it is not easy to keep your applications updated all the time, there are several tools / utilities which will show you how which softwares are outdated and provide you with a option to download and install the latest version of the software.
Here is a list of 7 utilities/tools that will help you keep your softwares and applications updated with ease.
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One of our readers asked us a real interesting question, which we really loved to solve. The question was tricky but the solution was real simple.
The question asked to us was;
Do you know if there’s a way to delete files of a particular filetype from a set of folders quickly in Windows?
For example, I’ve got a folder by the name “ABC” and I’ve got some pictures and music files there, and I need a tool that automatically deletes all those pictures (i.e., files of a particular format like JPEG) quickly from the ABC folder and its sub-folders.
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