HashMyFiles is a small utility that allows you to calculate the MD5 and SHA1 hashes of one or more files in your system. You can easily copy the MD5/SHA1 hashes list into the clipboard, or save them into text/html/xml file.
HashMyFiles can also be launched from the context menu of Windows Explorer, and display the MD5/SHA1 hashes of the selected file or folder.
Attribute Manager 3.65 Ever need to change attributes (date and time of their creation etc.) of files and folders? Quickly? As you know, with Windows it's tedious and slow. Not so with Attribute Manager » 22.10.2010 - 1.07 MB - Windows XP/7/8 - Shareware, $19.95
Disk Investigator 1.6 Displays the true drive contents by bypassing the operating system and directly reading the raw drive sectors. Helps you recover lost data and undelete previously deleted files » 20.04.2011 - 360.19 KB - Windows XP/7/8 - Free
Xinorbis 8.1.10 (64-bit) Xinorbis is a completely FREE, powerful Windows-based data storage analyser » 18.01.2019 - 13.91 MB - Windows XP/7/8/10 - Free
Piky Basket 1.1 With Piky Basket, you can reduce repetitive tasks when copying/moving files and folders in Windows. Piky Basket allows you to select files/folders into a "basket" from different locations. Once you are done selecting, you can paste them all at once to the target folders. It also allows you to selectively paste the files to the target folder » 20.01.2001 - 313 KB - DOS - Free
CD Library 1.5 File cataloguing software with Explorer-like interface. Lets you create catalogs of any storage media - hard disks, CDs, ZIP drives, floppies... » 29.08.2002 - 495 KB - 98/ME/2K/XP - Free
DataViz ConversionsPlus 6.05 Lets you use files that were created in applications you don't have. Enables you to open, view, print and convert virtually any file no matter where they come from, e.g., Word, Excel, WordPerfect, Lotus 1-2-3, ClarisWorks/AppleWorks, etc. Capable of converting files from PC to MAC and Mac to PC » 15.10.2002 - 10,2 MB - 98/ME/XP - Shareware, $69.95
Defrag 1.0 A compact program for hard drive defragmentation » 05.12.2002 - 1,54 MB - 98/ME/XP - Shareware, $19
AutoCutIt! 1.6d A file splitting utility with two operating modes: automatic and manual » 06.01.2004 - 197.67 KB - 98/ME/XP - Free
SuperCopier2 beta 1.9 SuperCopier replaces windows explorer file copy and adds many features,Transfer resuming,Copy speed control,Copy speed computation ,Better copy progress display, Copy list editable while copyin , Error log, Copy list saving/loading,... » 01.08.2006 - 475 KB - 98/ME/XP - Free
The Norton AntiVirus 2009 Gaming Edition application was designed to be the fastest virus protection you can get. It stops spyware, worms, bots, and other threats coldâ€”without slowing down your PC. When youâ€™re gaming, your protection should get out of the way. Norton AntiVirus 2009 Gaming Edition does exactly that.
Gamer Mode No alerts + no notifications = no interruptions Optional settings to temporarily suspend updates, behavioral scanning and intrusion prevention Enabled automatically when your PC is in full screen mode Activate manually with a quick click on the Norton system tray icon
Lightning Fast Rapid Pulse Updates every 5 to 15 minutes Installs in less than a minute Adds less than 1 second to boot time
Light as a Feather Uses less than 6MB memory even without the Gamer Mode performance boost Needs less than 50MB hard disk space on installation Runs only 2 processes at a time Performance graphs display CPU and memory usage and how little Norton is using
Respects your needs Smart Scheduler holds resource intensive actions for when you are not using your PC Resource usage table shows you the what, when and how long for background actions taken by Norton AntiVirus Delivers consistently strong protection - thatâ€™s why Norton AntiVirus has won more consecutive Virus Bulletin 100 awards than any other AV software
This is the "unofficial" version of SideShow. The Developers description: "Sideshow is an awareness interface with the goal of helping people stay aware of large amounts of dynamic information without overloading or distracting them. It resides on a user's primary display and utilizes peripheral awareness. We've also built Sideshow to support easy polling of information and have explored some use of alerts... Sideshow is implemented as a sidebar. This sidebar, by default, is always present on one edge of the user's screen (much like the Windows taskbar). Users can also configure the sidebar to automatically hide itself or to allow itself to be covered by other windows. By default, the sidebar is 55 pixels wide. Inside the sidebar are several high-level summaries of important information in a user's world. We call these summaries "tickets"... If users want to find out more information about a ticket, they can hover their mouse over it and a "tooltip grande" appears. We chose the name "tooltip grande" because the window behaves like a tooltip (it appears when you mouse over a ticket and disappears when you move the mouse away), but these tooltips differ from standard tooltips in two ways. First, they're rather large (to provide lots of detailed information), and second, they're actionable: users can manipulate information inside the tooltip window or click to get even more detailed information. For example, in the tooltip for my mail inbox, I can open, forward, reply to, or delete any message..."