Tuesday, October 25, 2016

System Time 1.0

System Time is a free system time information utility for Microsoft Windows platform.
System Time features:
Watch the amount of, CPU Idle time, Kernel Time, User Time
Watch the system's up time and the last boot date.
Watch the system date time, compare to the internet official date time and sync your PC with the internet time
Select the network time protocol pool
Enabling the network time protocol requires internet connectivity, if internet date time is not displayed or displayed incorrectly, disable internet date time using the check box, select a different NTP pool and enable internet date time again.

System Time is a portable application, installation is not needed, just unzip and execute SysTime.exe, it can run from any folder or removable drive.

Freeware by LeeLu Soft

Download System Time portable (896kb):

Thursday, September 1, 2016

Blog refresh

After a long time without any maintenance due to other obligations, the blog was refreshed.

  • Broken links removed
  • Some old posts removed
  • All the official download links are pointing to portable versions only!, no more installers! 
  • all the download links are pointing to the same external storage (Mediafire)
Also the security issues with Google on our main site are resolved now and the main site is accessible again.

LeeLu Soft

Saturday, June 18, 2016

WMI InfoView 1.0.2

WMI Infoview is a free WMI based system information utility for Microsoft Windows platform.
It can provide a huge amount of information about your PC and Windows OS.

Freeware by LeeLu Soft 2016

Download WMI InfoView portable (no installation) 1.7mb:

Friday, March 18, 2016

Jango 2.0 Linux edition

Jango 2.0 for Linux, a GUI Linux desktop application that let you encrypt and decrypt files using a variety of ciphers (17) and hashes (10) combinations to select from.

It is based on Jango 2.0 for Windows by LeeLu Soft and have the same functionality, the Windows version can be downloaded from here

Jango 2.0 is a portable application, you just need to extract the file from the ZIP folder and execute it.

Jango 2.0 was tested with openSuSE 13.1, centOS7 and Ubuntu 15.04  but may run on other Linux desktop distributions

Download Jango 2.0 for Linux: