As I fill my free time, I tried to summarize some Apps, downloads, and services that will be extremely useful and must be owned by your laptop. Hopefully this post helps you. There are so many software/Apps available right now, from Free software until paid version. We wil trying to make a list of them. So enjoy our list and we hope you’ll like it our Top Laptop Utilities and Security Apps Downloads
These tools are useful for protecting your laptop, enhancing connectivity, managing files and media, and or customizing your Windows laptop.
And most of Them are free. Let’s look together.
Actual Multiple Monitors ($30 after 30-day trial): Connecting your laptop to an external monitor can really boost productivity. Actual Multiple Monitors helps you manage the multiple screens.
BattCursor (free): BattCursor prominently displays your laptop’s remaining battery life under your cursor; it’s customizable as well as being a lightweight download.
BatteryCare (free): Help optimize your laptop’s lithium ion battery by relying on BatteryCare to tell you when to calibrate the battery (instructions provided). The program also provides detailed battery statistics covering parameters such as temperature, current capacity, and wear.
IObit Toolbox (free): IObit Toolbox provides more than 20 tools for diagnosing and fixing PC problems anytime/anywhere. If you are traveling with your laptop and don’t have access to tech support and (or if you just want a handy diagnostic toolbox to take on road trips), this collection is ideal.
Multiplicity ($30 after 15-day trial): This app creates a setup that’s equivalent to using dual monitors. Multiplicity lets you control multiple computers with a single keyboard and mouse so you can seamlessly move files from your laptop to another PC.
Remote Droid (Android; free): The Remote Droid app turns your Android phone into a wireless keyboard and mouse for your laptop.
Remote for PowerPoint (Android; free): Use Remote for PowerPoint for remote control of PowerPoint presentations on your laptop (when it’s connected to a projector, for instance) from your Android phone.
MyPoint PowerPoint Remote (iPhone/iPod touch; free): Use your iOS device to control PowerPoint presentations on your laptop with MyPoint PowerPoint Remote.
Splashtop Remote Touchpad (iPhone/iPod Touch; free): Splashtop Remote Touchpad turns an iPhone or iPod Touch into a wireless touchpad (with multitouch support) and keyboard for your computer. Treat it as an impromptu mouse, or use it to control your laptop’s media player, Web apps, and other features from afar.
Laptop Security App
Comodo Firewall (free): When you access strange networks, it’s a good idea to have a reliable firewall–like Comodo’s–in place. And if you don’t already have an antivirus program, you can opt for Comodo Internet Security, which combines a firewall and antivirus protection. Comodo offers two versions of stand-alone firewals and fireewall/antivirus combos: Comodo Firewall 32-bit and Comodo Firewall 64-bit; and Comodo Internet Security 32-bit and Comodo Internet Security 64-bit.
Shield Exchange (free for 100MB; $12/year for 50GB; $20/year for 100GB; $50/year for 500GB): If you don’t care for Hotspot Shield’s ads or if you have problems with the services, try this service powered by OpenVPN. Shield Exchange encrypts your data when you use a Wi-Fi network, and it blocks malicious content.
HTTPS Everywhere (free): This free extension for Firefox can help protect you from the Firesheep vulnerability–a significant threat to anyone who uses public Wi-Fi.
LogMeIn (free): The free version of LogMeIn permits you to access your Windows or Mac home or office computer remotely via a Web browser.
Connectify (free): Turn to Connectify to transform your laptop or Android phone into a Wi-Fi hotspot that enables other devices to use a hotel’s (or other location’s) ethernet-only connection.
File Management/Syncing Apps
Windows Live Mesh (free; 5GB offered on SkyDrive): Another syncing program, Windows Live Mesh can work directly between your PC and Mac computers rather than–or in addition to–going through Microsoft’s cloud storage service SkyDrive. With Live Mesh you can also exercise remote control over your PC.
Free Download Manager (free): Free Download Manager speeds up your downloads and can resume paused downloads (helpful when you have a limited amount of Internet access time).
Virtual CloneDrive (free): Virtual CloneDrive allows you to access CDs or DVDs as files on your hard drive–just as if you had loaded the disc into a drive. This arrangement eliminates the need to carry optical discs around with you.
Xmarks (free): With Xmarks you can sync your bookmarks and, optionally, your passwords and open tabs across all of your computers, replicating your Web browsing experience on the go.
Youtube Downloader HD (free): Save YouTube videos–including versions in high definition–to your laptop with YoutubeDownloader HD, so you can watch them offline when traveling.
Read It Later (free): Use Read It Later to save Web pages from your computer or phone to read later or offline (on your commute or in flight, for example, or at times when you don’t have an Internet connection).