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 cross-platform hierarchical note-taking program.
Seems fair, but I'm using it like I would use multiple files opened with Kate.
A console text editor.
Jed does radical new things, such as allowing the user to use
tab to insert a "tab" character. It represents an incredible new frontier of usability. Oh, and it has a menu, like any real program would.
Unfortunately, it's misconfigured and there are no clues as to how to fix it. So it's useless.