A small yet very flexible file renaming tool (much more flexible, in fact, than the renaming tools included in the popular Total Commander file manager), ReNamer offers all the standard renaming procedures, including adding prefixes, suffixes, making replacements, case changes; it can remove brackets, add number sequences, remove digits or symbols and change file extensions. What's more, ReNamer enables you to combine multiple renaming actions as a set of rules, applying each action in logical sequence, which can be saved, loaded and managed within the program. Also, ReNamer supports Meta Tags, such as: ID3v1, ID3v2, EXIF; and has the ability to rename folders.
FTP Voyager 22.214.171.1248
A poweful FTP client with a wide variety of features: download auto-resume, catalog synchronization, direct FTP-to-FTP transfer, scheduling, SSL & SSH support, plus much more, including the intuitive Windows Explorer-like interface with drag&drop support.
ATI RefreshFix 0.9.9.7
It's well-known that Windows 2K and Windows XP are incapable of determining and setting optimum refresh rates in OpenGL and Direct3D applications. In some games (e.g., Q3-based games an Serious Sam (FE/SE)) a user may force the optimum refresh rate by means of the game settings. But the number of such "smart" games is rather small. Most of the games under Windows 2000/XP leave a user no choice except the default 60Hz (or 75hz). Obviously, 60Hz isn't the best mode to play or work. This program is designed to solve the problem by letting a user specify the optimum refresh rates under Windows 2000 and XP for OpenGL and Direct3D modes. Supported videocards: ATI RAGE PRO (not completely tested), ATI RAGE 128/RAGE 128 PRO, RADEON (including LE, VE, 7500, 8500).