Hey Bleeping Computer,
I've been working on an automation tool for Windows that I'd like to share with the community.
It’s open source, it's all in Batch/VB and approved by Lawrence Abrams to be shared on the forums. (Had to verify with him to post this.)
To begin, WinBOLT in its recommended settings will install CCleaner and run off the Emsisoft EEK CLI scanner.
These two specific applications hold licenses to their perspective company. Commercial use is not intended and would require a license, home users are free to use them.
WinBOLT is very straight forward, an application you can download quickly at under 26MB or carry around on a storage device.
It's a one click 'set & forget' type of application. Option # 6 is the recommended selection to use for cover all your basis.
I want to point out, this isn't just a malware scanner, it's a toolkit overall and have more options as shown in Op#(7 - 11).
One of the most useful tools is Op#2 as you can now assure all Windows updates are completed on the computer without any input from you.
This will run each 15'th and 30'th of the month, this way you know your system is updated regularly without your having to touch it.
A times, users feel limited to their toolkit with the help of Chocolatey you're able to install applications as needed.
I've collected 40 well known tools to offer in a download; should you need it. Just enter the selection and it's downloaded/installed without your input.
WinBOLT - Primary Menu
WinBOLT - Secondary Menu
WinBOLT - Custom Applications via Chocolatey
WinBOLT - Information
WinBOLT - Demo (View In 1080p)
WinBOLT - Download
(Recommended download through SourceForge, watch the demo video to see how it opens)
As stated, it's open source and hosted on GitHub, enjoy!
Please provide some feedback on WinBOLT, let me know what you think about it.
Thank you guys for viewing and making BC a thriving community of very talented minds.
I hope this makes someone's life easier on Windows as it has made mine!
Edited by TechnicianOnline, 13 May 2015 - 01:44 AM.