Total Commander Ultima Prime is an extended version of Christian Ghisler's Total Commander. It contains Total Commander, extended main menu and toolbar, numerous plugins, changed layout and other elements.
Norton Commander 1.00 The first release of the popular Norton Commander file manager (1986) » 24.07.2002 - 38.73 KB - XP - Demo
2xExplorer 18.104.22.168Softoogle's Pick! An easy to use yet very potent and extremely efficient alternative to the standard Windows Explorer. It combines the user-friendliness of the latter with the increased efficiency and advanced features of good-old dual-pane file managers like Norton Commander » 03.10.2002 - 391 KB - 98/ME/XP - Free
AccelClip 2.0 A clipboard extension tool: AccelClip stores fragments (text, graphics etc) you copy to the Windows clipboard, and allows you to insert them anywhere with a single click » 11.06.2003 - 1751 KB - 98/ME/XP - Shareware, $19.95
Universal Explorer 4.2 Universal Explorer is a powerful Windows Explorer replacement software designed to replace the rather restricted features of the standard Windows Explorer File Manager. It is fully featured and offers a number of advantages to Windows Explorer » 26.09.2003 - 2,53 MB - 98/ME/XP - Shareware, $39
Right Click Commander 2.1.10 The utility is built around single-click technology, ensuring you can access any file or folder on your computer, run applications and programs etc. with just one click » 20.05.2004 - 1,3 MB - 98/ME/2K/XP - Shareware, $
Total Commander Ultima Prime 7.3 Total Commander Ultima Prime is an extended version of Christian Ghisler's Total Commander. It contains Total Commander 6.55, extended main menu and toolbar, numerous plugins, changed layout and other elements » 03.07.2017 - 367.16 MB - Windows XP/7/8/10 - Shareware, $34
"The name of this program starts with Ar and ends with BMP..." (a much-needed info from the developer's Web page). OK, ArBPM is a Beats per Minute counter. This means it can measure the rate of anything you want, like music tempo, heartbeats or typing speed. A teeny weeny window that you can set on top of other windows. Hit any key on the keyboard, and this program will measure the rate, showing the results in BPM, Hertz (Beats per Seconds), Beats per Hour or mean time interval (in Seconds).
"The Returnil Virtual System makes your Windows system impervious to virus attack, to spyware tracking. It automatically sanitizes all Web activities and surfing history. This is a powerful technology that clones a copy of your Windows system in one second and replaces the real partition. If the Returnil Protection is on, your Windows system is running on a 'virtual' partition. All of the change in the system partition actually take place in memory. All will be lost after system was halted. Nobody can change a bit of your real disk. If the Returnil Protection is off, you can install new software or remove anything as normal. All of the change in the system partition is true and all will be saved into your real disk. Anytime only a click to reboot, Returnil will make your system partition identical and fully functional as the original."
A very unusual and very useful clock. Unlike many other similar programs that usually display time either in the SysTray or on the Desktop, TitleTime adds the current date and time to the current active window title. Besides that, TitleTime has five alarm clocks, each of which will alarm and annoy you in a wide variety of ways: either by opening a window (with a picture) or by opening a document or by a whistle/horn/siren or by running any other specified WAV file. Plus, in Win98/ME, there is the possibility to quickly turn your computer off and to restart it (quickly). TitleTime, by the way, is capable of displaying yet one more clock, with a preset ("in relation to the first clock") time difference. In fact, TitleTime can cry "cuckoo." Every hour, every half-hour, or every quarter of an hour, which is very handy indeed.