Integrate SysInternal Suite with 100 free NirSoft Windows utilities

Good things come in small sizes, they say! And that is how freeware NirSoft utilities are! And things have got even better now for NirSoft fans! You can now launch all of them from a central console! NirLauncher is a package of more than 100 portable freeware utilities for Windows, all of them developed for NirSoft Web site during the last few years.

nirlauncher Integrate SysInternal Suite with 100 free NirSoft Windows utilities

Features:

- NirLauncher can be used from USB flash drive without need of any installation.
– NirLauncher and all the utilities in the package are completely freeware, without any Spyware/Adware/Malware.
– NirLauncher package includes variety of tools that you may need for your daily computer use, including utilities to recover lost passwords, to monitor your network, to view and extract cookies, cache, and other information stored by your Web browser, to search files in your system, and more…
– For every utility in the package, you can easily run it, view the help file, or jump to the Web page of the utility.
– When using it from USB flash drive, the configuration of every utility is saved into .cfg file on the flash drive.
– On x64 systems, NirLauncher automatically run the x64 version of the utility, when there is a separated x64 version.
– NirLauncher also allows to add more software packages in additional to the main NirSoft package.

NirLauncher works on any version of Windows, starting from Windows 2000 and up to Windows 7.

You can also integrate the SysInternal utilities into NirLauncher. To do so, use sysinternals2.nlp.

In order to use this file, follow the instructions below:

- Download SysInternals Suite from Sysinternals Suite Web page, and extract all files into a new subfolder under the main folder of NirLauncher.
– Right click on the sysinternals2.nlp link, choose ‘Save Link As‘ or ‘Save Target As‘, and put it in the same folder that you extracted the SysInternals files.
– Drag sysinternals2.nlp into the window of NirLauncher or use the ‘Add Software Package‘ in the Launcher menu.
– If you do it right, the SysInternals should be loaded into NirLauncher.

You can switch between the NirSoft package and SysInternals package by using F3/F4 keys.

Visit NirLauncher Download Page.

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Anand Khanse aka HappyAndyK is an end-user Windows enthusiast, a Microsoft MVP in Windows, since 2006, and the Admin of TheWindowsClub.com. Please create a System Restore Point before trying out any software & be careful about any third-party offers while installing freeware. Add me on Google+.
  • Dayzed

    Excellent, Nirsoft has always made the best tools on the web… low profile & freeware. Now add a central console! Holy mackerel Batman, it the best thing since bigger harddrives!

  • Harerton Dourado

    I couldn’t find the download link to NirLauncher.

  • http://www.thewindowsclub.com/ Windows Club

    ^ Its there … a big green button the the Download Page link mentioned above, at the end of the post.

  • Harerton Dourado

    Found it! Thanks!

  • marwan

    Norton AV will treat the file as virus and will block it all. Any idea how to work around it without disable Norton AV?

  • http://www.thewindowsclub.com/ Windows Club

    ^ It could be a false positive.
    Pls see their post: http://www.nirsoft.net/false_positive_report.html

  • http://projectf.org Rick

    The nature of some of the applications (like password recovery apps) will cause many AV’s to detect as infected. You will need to manually “allow” these on many AV’s.

  • http://www.deployment-solutions.nl Robert Collewijn

    A other great tool to do this and combine nirsoft en sysinternals tools is Windows System Controle Center (WSCC) http://www.kls-soft.com/wscc/index.php

  • rud

    ^ Yea, Windows System Control Center is a nice similar softie!

  • PaulM

    Also check out http://www.pmtoolindex.com/.

    PMToolindex is a free program that makes it easy to acquire ( download and unzip ), identify , index and customize a large collection of Windows power-tools from multiple sources, and set them up in a folder structure that is transportable across the LAN, or to a USB stick, etc. Network admins, IT contractors and road warriors, etc, can easily have hundreds of their personal favorite power tools, utilities, scripts, etc on a USB stick, along with command string customizations, etc. The small ZIP distro does not require an installer routine – just unZip it and run PMToolindex. There is no need to install anything on the client machine you are working on.

    Using the Acquisition Wizard, you will be guided through a simple two-click process that automatically downloads over 60 ZIP files from various sources ( after you inspect and approve each of them as you see fit ), un-Zips them, and indexes them in a labeled structure that you can customize, and add to. PMToolindex will also index and describe all the MSC ( Microsoft Management Consoles ), CPL (Windows Control Panel applets), and EXE files in your System32 and SysWOW64 folders. The default two-click Wizard process will take about 5 to 10 minutes ( depending on your download speed ) to set up over 900 entries in over 50 categories. You can individually select as many or as few of them as you like ( the Wizard lets you inspect them and their websites first ), and add as many of your own tools, scripts, ISO’s, installers, etc as you like.

  • Heyricardo

    Also checkout sysinternals3.nlp

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