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Been using SD since it was created. Lots of startup managers out there, but none like this one. Fixes boot problems from an overloaded startup menu every time. Problems? Forgets column widths (auto widths please?). No option to temporarily disable entries, still need msconfig for that. "Move to" original location not in advanced menu. Needs to monitor startup areas to prevent programs from "fixing" themselves after they've been given a delay. Ability to select an entry and run just it alone would be nice. Otherwise almost a perfect app as it is. Should be built into Windows!
Overall it does everything that it's supposed to, and it's nice to have one program to handle all formats. Beware though that there is a major bug that has the potential to result in file loss. I've discovered that when using the context menu to decompress 7-zip files, that files within directories and sub-directories do not get restored. If you delete your 7z file after decompressing, thinking that all the files had been restored, you would soon find that they had not and have now lost them. Such a thing would probably be rare, but I'm sure there are circumstances where the loss might be permanent if you weren't careful and didn't have a backup somewhere.
open-source video converter
take and manage notes
find and remove duplicate files
quickly arrange windows on your desktop
remote control and desktop sharing
Remote Desktop and Support Software
open PST files without Outlook