A remote-control tool that can be used without firewall configuration. Port scanner and Trace Route, drag&drop files, get system passwords, Power-down or Wake-Up remote PCs.
By far the most impressive piece of software I've ever used. It's tiny and does the impossible. But it made enemies.
A general system information utility.
A process viewer.
It's 80k, so why not include it in my kit.
Windows NT needs
psapi.dll downloaded and put in
Like a good Linux window manager, allSnap allows Windows' applications to snap to the main screen area or to one-another.
That is, when dragging or resizing a window, it will try to cling to a nearby window. This makes it easier and faster to adjust windows "just right".
- Works on 32 and 64-bit Windows.
- Run both the 32 bit and 64 bit versions to cover all applications.
2017-09-01 - 1.5.0 beta on Windows 10 64bit
- It's been working just fine for some time now.
- The website is gone.
As of 2016-02-11, it hasn't been updated since 2010-07. (source)
A Windows 16bit internet browser+email suite. It leveraged Internet Explorer's HTML rendering engine.
This is probably the most significant piece of software I've ever used, because it was the initial prompt for my writing and publishing reviews. It pushed a major hobby and has influenced whole careers. As for it being any good.. well it had potential that it didn't meet. At the time it was better than Opera but it just didn't survive the marathon.
Software > Email >
An email client. I believe this was originally 16 bit and I likely ran it on Windows 3.1.
This would have been one of my major programs back then. (version not recorded)