FreeShade 1.004 beta 7
FreeShade's basic reason for existence is to provide window shading for Windows. Window shading is when you double-click on a window's caption and the window rolls itself up so that only its caption (or title bar) is visible. You can see window shading on Apple Macs, various window managers for X-Windows (on Unix, GNU/Linux etc). So, FreeShade reduces screen clutter, either for a brief peek behind the current window, or you can leave several shaded windows lounging around the screen. If you've regularly got lots of windows open and need to refer to several of them in close order, window shading may come in handy.
By default, the program somehow supposes that you have a three-button mouse. So, if in fact you have a two-button mouse, you need to run FreeShade with a -2 key (that is, you need to press the Start button; select 'Run'; type in "freeshade -2" (without the quotation marks, of course); and then press 'Enter'). In this case FreeShade will be run in two-button mode.
Spb Diary 2.6
Description by the Software Developer:
"Spb Diary is a feature-rich Today plug-in for your Calendar, Tasks, Contacts, Notes and Messages. It enhances Pocket Outlook by gathering all of your PIM information in one place. With Spb Diary, the Today screen will soon become your favorite since you will need to leave it less and less."
"Download" links to the Spb Diary Downloads page.
SysTrayX 4.00.132 Beta
SysTrayX helps you hide some of the less used icons from the system tray (the hidden icons can still be seen and used in the special SysTrayX menu but will no longer permanently take precious space from your system tray). Also, SysTrayX provides recovery for those icons if anything happens to the system tray (and in SysTrayX v2 that recovery was seriously improved). Any action that you would normally perform to the tray icons (right-click, left-click or left-double-click) can be done from the SysTrayX menu.