TimePuter 3.1 Date/time calculator with many related features. Calculate time periods based on the start and final dates along with the sum/difference calculation of the start time/date and input data. Export results HTML, XML or text files » 24.05.2005 - 1,26 MB - 98/ME/XP - Trial, $34.99
RedCrab 7.7.1 (Portable) RedCrab is a calculator with a full-screen editor. The mathematical expressions are not typed in a typical command line, but can be enter in the editor window » 02.07.2019 - 4.47 MB - Windows XP/7/8/10 - Free
Date Calculator 2.1 A simple utility to calculate the number of days, weeks, months, or years between any 2 dates » 12.04.2008 - 595.3 KB - 98/ME/2K/XP - Free
CalculatorX 1.2 Repack CalculatorX is an enhanced expression calculator with the unlimited ability to extend itself by using Custom Functions. You can add your own functions for CalculatorX to make your work easier » 06.05.2007 - 1.09 MB - 98/XP/2K/Vista - Shareware, $24.95
Algebrus 3.1 build 700 Algebrus can be used both as a simple "evaluate-while-typing" calculator and as a powerful mathematical analysis application, which includes 2D and 3D graphic plots of functions and data, command line execution console, and a syntax-highlighted XPascal editor » 28.12.2007 - 2.82 MB - 98/ME/2K/XP - Shareware, $39.90
LogonWatcher is an application intended for NT network administrators. It shows who is currently logged in, on up to 1000 computers from your network. Visually, all your network can be split into 20 various regions. You can see at the same time who is logged on to your workstation and what they are doing right now. Note: Demo is limited to 3 regions with only 3 computers in each region.
Description by the Software Developer: "MLdonkey is a multi-platform multi-networks peer-to-peer client. Originally, MLdonkey was the first open-source client to access the eDonkey network. The protocol was reverse-engineered using an efficient protocol sniffer, Pandora.
MLdonkey runs as a daemon on the computer. It can be controlled using several interfaces: the simplest one is telnet (telnet 127.0.0.1 4000), a more interesting one is a WEB server (http://127.0.0.1:4080/), and a binary protocol allows access using more elaborate Graphical Interfaces (see the GUIs available on your system at the bottom of the page). MLdonkey comes by default with a GTK interface. All these interfaces can be used locally, or remotely (after disabling security restrictions). MLdonkey is written in Objective-Caml , a powerful language that runs on most Operating Systems."