The field of Twitter clients for Windows has been culled over the years, but there are still a few developers working hard on some killer apps. Aeries has stuck out with us as an impressive Twitter client capable of keeping up with professional needs with a Universal Windows app.
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If your hard drive is starting to fill up, you may be wondering what exactly is taking up all that space. That's where a disk space analyser comes in: it scans your disk and shows you, in graphical form, where all that space is being wasted, giving you an idea of where to start cleaning. Our favourite analyser for Windows is the powerful and free WinDirStat.
You should back up your hard drive. You've heard it a million times, but most people don't do it. So we're going to make it easy: CrashPlan is the best backup tool. It's what you should use to back up your data, both on-site and off-site.
Last June, we picked TweetDeck as the best Twitter client for Windows, but the newly-updated version of MetroTwit has taken the crown. Its excellent interface and range of features make it a great choice for Twitter users.
If you wish your keyboard's keys were laid out just a tad differently, you can change it around with a keyboard remapper. Windows users have a few to choose from, but the easiest to use is certainly KeyTweak, which presents you with a full, visual keyboard layout and multiple methods for changing it.
We're once again updating our App Directory to list PotPlayer as the best video player for Windows. KMPlayer, our former favourite, has been through a major update that makes it more of a media centre than a video player.
Overclocking is a great way to eke a bit more gaming power out of your computer, and Windows users have quite a few tools to help them do it easily. Our favourite of the bunch is the insanely easy to use, feature-filled MSI Afterburner.