Windows System Control Center (WSCC) is a freeware program that helps you manage your Windows operating system. WSCC will install, update and configure utilities in many suites including Microsoft SysInternals and NirLauncher. It supports almost all Windows operating systems, including Vista, XP, and Windows 7. WSCC also comes with an extensive user interface that allows you to easily manage your computer's resources and files. With a few clicks of the mouse, you can change various settings on your computer. You can also create and backup an entire Windows installation.
What is more, the program has been updated several times before. Since it is freeware, there is absolutely no cost for you to download, install, and configure it. You just need to install the software to the computer you want to manage and then log in using your username and password. You will be presented with a screen where you will be able to select what utilities you need and then click on the "Start" button to run WSCC. If you would like to add more programs, then you will have to click on the "Add" option to add the required software to the list. You may need to run the appropriate command line to install or uninstall any of the items. Once you finish installing the software, you will then be able to configure it.
There are many people who want to try out free software. However, they always wonder if the program is secure. Most programs come with very little security compared to their paid counterparts. In fact, the programs that have more security than other programs are usually paid programs. You will have to do some research in order to ensure that the program you want to try out is safe. You should check the license agreement carefully and decide whether or not you want to use it. If you do not have this information, then it would be best to stay away from the program because you do not know what you are doing.