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Although installing it's pretty straightforward, it lacks documentation/help to know what is good and what isn't.
Not all wifi cards are supported (in fact, only a few are), only those that, in Windows 7 or 2008 R2 can be configured as "Access Point". If your wifi card can only be configured for connecting to an existing WiFi or as "Ad hoc", then you are not going to obtain nothing more than errors.
Multiboot USB Creator
PC performance monitoring
remote file storage browser
secure messenger with self-destructing messages
malware removal tool
Remote Desktop and Support Software
open PST files without Outlook