Solid File System 4.5 Solid File System is an implementation of a file system that uses one file on the media (such as hard drive or CD-ROM) for storing the data. It supports journalling, multiple streams per file, unlimited storage file size, encryption and compression.
ClockGuard - a rock-solid method of protecting your system time from being changed Although most of us simply dont pay much attention to the clock window in the corner of the screen, this is a very important system function that directly affects the ability of users to work with specific programs and the very operation of these programs. System time is used in a number of applications: employee time management suites, parent control software and other programs for time-based control
Remote Files Server - an affordable alternative to expensive and cumbersome file sharing systems As your corporate or community network grows in size, you may eventually bring some order to it and get rid of hundreds of randomly named folders clogged with thousands of file with equally indecipherable names. This would be a relatively easy task for an experienced network administrator using a server operation system. But what if you are not that advanced and just need to configure proper access to shared files for