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Title: The Windows Club has posted a article about "Technicians Toolbox"
Post by: Tomas_Sweden on March 09, 2015, 08:44:48 AM
http://www.thewindowsclub.com/computer-technicians-toolbox-software


And on facebook https://www.facebook.com/TheWindowsClub/posts/10153042555371201


Tomas
Title: Re: The Windows Club has posted a article about "Technicians Toolbox"
Post by: Shane on March 09, 2015, 02:34:02 PM
Awesome :-)

Shane
Title: Re: The Windows Club has posted a article about "Technicians Toolbox"
Post by: jraju on March 09, 2015, 11:35:01 PM
Hi, Tomas,
                   Where is the download link for this?
                                I searched for download link usually in Red Triangle. But  I praise Shanes tool. Today also i wrote about it saying that I am fixing intricate problems which normally would be impossible with all in one.
                                  I found at the end of the article on the second reading that the tool is nothing but AALLL INNNN   ONNNNNNE aio TOOL developed by Shane has been recommended as Technician Tool box.
                                   I would rather say, that it is not only technician tool box, but comman man tool box for fixing most errors. I kept my query to Tomas in order that I missed the Tweaking.com in the linked article. Kudos to you , Shane for sharing free the Tool and also to Tomas for sharing the information, just released a day before by Windows club.
                                            Shane i like every tool by tweaking.com, but i rely on AIO for all my work. I am not a technician at all , but I am now learning something.... Wish you shane best of luck


To sum up, the computer Technicians Toolbox software from Tweaking.com is good for many purposes: monitoring, tweaking and troubleshooting computers. What’s more, all the tools are available from a single interface that is easy to understand. Apart from the portable version, there is also an installer version available ..........extract from the windows club article
Title: Re: The Windows Club has posted a article about "Technicians Toolbox"
Post by: Tomas_Sweden on March 09, 2015, 11:46:46 PM
Hello jraju!

Here is the download page: http://www.tweaking.com/content/page/tweaking_com_technicians_toolbox.html (http://www.tweaking.com/content/page/tweaking_com_technicians_toolbox.html)

Tomas
Title: Re: The Windows Club has posted a article about "Technicians Toolbox"
Post by: jraju on March 09, 2015, 11:53:20 PM
Hi, Tomas
                      Please read the recent post. I have already realized a bit late, but posted immediately about it.
Title: Re: The Windows Club has posted a article about "Technicians Toolbox"
Post by: Tomas_Sweden on March 10, 2015, 12:02:57 AM
Hi jraju!

I didn't see that you edit you post, but maybe somebody else also needs the link too.

Jraju, you did a great summary of the "Technicians Toolbox"!  :)
Title: Re: The Windows Club has posted a article about "Technicians Toolbox"
Post by: jraju on March 10, 2015, 12:03:58 AM
Hi,
                  Another update:

                    After reading Tomas, i clicked the link and found that Shane has released yet another tool other than famous all in one repair tool kit.
                               I am downloading this for the first time, (released on 24.2.2015) and found it contains quick fixes for mot windows acute problems  particularly related to individual fixes . I will definitely use this and recommend to my friends also.
                                   I think that he is developing on the problems faced by most users recently which is found in Computer Help tab of the main forum. Thank the genius of the sharing
Title: Re: The Windows Club has posted a article about "Technicians Toolbox"
Post by: techienerd11 on March 15, 2015, 04:00:41 AM
nice