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 Post subject: Useful Programs. [^Date] 62 Programs.
PostPosted: Sun May 20, 2007 11:37 pm 
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Draquish of the Caribbean hereby asks all of those who wish to share a useful program do so! It may be a list of programs that are innovative, and help you in a way, or just a "cool" add-on to your collection of flashy programs.

Please state:

1)Name
2)Use(Descriptions would be nice)
3)Website
4)Screenshot(Optional)




Here they go:

  1. 1)ObjectDock
    2)It's just a way of using a dock(think of a Mac) on a PC. It is customizable, so it doesn't NECESSARILY have to look like a Mac's.
    3)Website

  2. 1) Trillian
    2) All of your favorite IMing services running under one roof. AIM, YAHOO, MSN, and ICQ all in one.
    3) Website

  3. 1) Daemon Tools
    2) Virtual (fake) CD/DVD player
    3) Website
    4)
    Spoiler!


  4. 1) FreeDownloadManager
    2) Download manager.
    3) Website
    4)
    Spoiler!


  5. 1) Open Office
    2) Free office suit. What more to ask for.
    3) Website
    4)
    Spoiler!


  6. 1) Gigaget
    2) Download manager, sick fast. *does surfer hand gesture*
    3) Website
    4)
    Spoiler!


  7. 1) MusikCube
    2) Minimalistic music player. More usability than foobar2000, less bloat than Winamp.
    3) Website

  8. 1) VLC media player
    2) Minimalistic media player. It is to videos what musikCube is to music. Streaming capabilities are a plus.
    3) Website

  9. 1) VertrigoServ
    2) Nicely packaged WAMP server. Not sure why I prefer it but I've been using it for years.
    3) [url]http://vertrigo.sourceforge.net/]Website[/url]

  10. 1) UltraMon
    2) Software to extend the usability for dual monitor setups. I've found it invaluable.
    3) Website

  11. 1) Catch22 HexEdit
    2) My favorite hex editor. 'Nuff said.
    3) Website

  12. 1) FileZilla
    2) "FileZilla is a fast and reliable FTP client and server with lots of useful features and an intuitive interface."
    3) Website
    4)
    Spoiler!


  13. 1) Utorrent
    2) Torrent download client
    3) Website

  14. 1) CCleaner
    2) Gets rid of useless stuff on your computer to speed it up. Can also delete programs and fix issues with your computer.
    3) Website

  15. 1) AVG AntiVirus
    2) Protects your computer from viruses and spyware.
    3) Website

  16. 1) Comodo Firewall
    2) It's a firewall >.>
    3) Website

  17. 1) Peer Guardian 2
    2) IP Blocker
    3) Website

  18. 1) Videora Ipod Converter
    2) Converts movies or videos into MP4 format. So you can put them on your iPod or MP4 player.
    3) Website
    4)
    Spoiler!


  19. 1) K-lite codec pack
    2) With these codecs you can play ~99% of all your (dl'ed) movies. Comes with media player classic :D Video+Audio codecs.
    3) Website

  20. 1) Opera
    2) For those who havn't met Opera yet: it's an alternative web browser, which gives you almost complete browsing control with your mouse by using easy mouse controls, for instance there are short mouse moves for opening new web pages, closing pages, moving to your homepage etc. So if you're always too lazy to reach for your keyboard, try it :wink:
    3) Website

  21. 1) Rocket dock
    2) Similar to object dock but free, and less resource intensive
    3) Website
    Spoiler!


  22. 1) Pidgin (Formerly gaim)
    2) Similar to Trillian, however runs a wider variety of clients. (Instant Messaging client with multiple protocols)
    3) Website

  23. 1) Desktop List View
    2) Un-clutter your desktop
    3) Website
    4)
    Spoiler!


  24. 1) Azureous Vuze
    2) Like uTorrent but cooler 8)
    3) Website
    4)
    Spoiler!
  25. 1) Frostwire
    2) "P2p" application
    3) Website

  26. 1) Tunatic
    2) Can Identify Music Through Your Microphone, Just stick you microphone infront of your speakers and click find music and it will.
    3) Website

  27. 1) Rockbox
    2) Adds another OS
    3) Website

  28. 1) Extract now
    2) File Extracting program.
    3) Website

  29. 1) Wubi
    2) Easiest way to Linux(Ubuntu). No disks needed.
    3) Website
    4) [spoiler]Image


  • 1) SwiftFox(Linux only)
    2) Optimized Firefox build.
    3) Website
    4)
    Spoiler!


  • 1) WinOFF
    2) Turns off Windows with customizable options.
    3) Website

  • 1) 4t Tray Minimizer
    2) Minimize any applications to the system tray
    3) Website
    4)
    Spoiler!


  • 1) Launchy
    2) (keystroke launcher). My desktop is almost empty now except for explorer and the recycle bin thanks to this program.
    3) Website

  • 1) Autohotkey
    2) Automate almost anything by sending keystrokes and mouse clicks.
    3) Website

  • 1) Paint.net
    2)quick image retouches, more features than ms paint but lighter than gimp or photoshop
    3) Website

  • 1) Sharpreader
    2) rss aggregator
    3) Website

  • 1) 7-zip
    2) Best program that i've used for extracting zip/rar files.
    3) Website

  • 1) Poweriso
    2) will mount some disc images you probably won't be able to open with daemon tools. Lightweight as well.
    3) Website

  • 1) Autoruns
    2) Controls what programs start at bootup, allows you to start up faster if you're on a slower machine
    3) Website

  • 1) Cygwin
    2) Turns your Windows machine into a vicious Windows-Linux hybrid.
    3) Website

  • 1) UnixUtils
    2) Less intense alternative to Cygwin.
    3) Website

  • 1) GnuWin32
    2) Individual GNU utilities.
    3) Website

  • 1) Super-sed (ssed)
    2) It's like sed, but with PERL-style regex.
    3) Website

  • 1) Sysinternals Utilities
    2) Powerful utilities for Windows.
    3) Website

  • 1) PowerToys for Windows XP
    2) Extras from Microsoft including TweakUI and a Virtual Desktop Manager.
    3) Website

  • 1) (E)lephant
    2) Allows you to download files from rapidshare a lot easier.
    3) Website
    4)
    Spoiler!


  • 1) Foobar 2000
    2) Music Player
    3) Website

  • 1) CPU-Z
    2) It gives detailed info on you processor (such as multiplier, FSB speeds, voltage, and alot others) so you know exactly what you have done since your last bios tweek.
    3) Website

  • 1) Core-Temp
    2) Let's monitor the temps of your AMD or Intel processors without rebooting and checking BIOS (if you dont have an internal hardware LCD screen on the fron of your rig).
    3) http://downloads.guru3d.com/download.php?det=1494

  • 1) GPU-Z
    2) Gives you detailed info on you video card so you know exactly what it is runing at and it autoupdates info everytime it loads up after a tweek session.
    3) [url]http://fileforum.betanews.com/detail/GPUZ/1191593246/1]Website[/url]

  • 1) Ventrilo
    2) a useful talking program in which you talk using a mic instead of typing everything or if you want too you can type too. It's up too you
    3) Website
    4)
    Spoiler!


  • 1) Hide my IP
    2) Useful when your entering unknown and possibly threatening websites. Masks your information, making you ready for people trying to steal your information.
    3) Website

  • 1) JK-Defrag
    2) Cleans your Hard drive and rearranges your files to be clustered closer to each other when they interact, therefore making your PC work faster. Also fixes 'holes' in your HD data bank after you delete files.
    3) Website

  • 1) Enso Launcher (now free!)
    2) A keystroke launcher that can be expanded with Python to create new functionality, such as inline translations, quick embedding of maps, media player control, window management.
    3) Website
    4)
    Spoiler!


  • 1) SlimBrowser
    2) A "better" web browser.
    3) Website

  • 1) gShield (Linux)
    2) An iptables firewall for use with the modern series of the Linux kernel. It is easily configurable, and supports a wide range of features.
    3) Website

  • 1) SuperAntispyware
    2) Anti-spyware mabbob.
    3) Website
    4)
    Spoiler!


  • 1) Comodo Anti Malware
    2) The best free, real time, anti spyware out there. It will instantly terminate and delete any active/running spyware on you computer. Has automatic updates and is very resource efficient compare to other programs. Best of all, its Free!!.
    3) [url=www.comodo.com]Website[url]

  • 1) Colobot
    2) Good for people who want to start learning programming, especially C++ or Java. (game) COLOBOT combines both a real time game of strategy and an initiation to programming.
    3) Website
    4)
    Spoiler!


  • 1) Cain and Abel
    2) Cain & Abel is a password recovery tool for Microsoft Operating Systems. It allows easy recovery of various kind of passwords by sniffing the network, cracking encrypted passwords using Dictionary, Brute-Force and Cryptanalysis attacks, recording VoIP conversations, decoding scrambled passwords, recovering wireless network keys, revealing password boxes, uncovering cached passwords and analyzing routing protocols.
    3) Website

  • 1) GIMP
    2) Image manipulation program; similar to Photoshop/Paintshop.
    3) Website

  • 1) Cacheman XP
    2) Disk cache optimizer, also boasts 'nice' tweaks.
    3) Website

  • 1) ProcessGuard
    2) Makes sure nothing runs on Windows without your acknowledgement.
    3) Website

  • 1) HardenIT
    2) "Harden-It™ is a Network and System hardening tool for Windows,
    by hardening the IP stack your Network can sustain or completely
    thwart various sophisticated network attacks."
    3) Website

  • 1) PingPlotter Freeware
    2) Performs traceroutes and displays the results in graphs.
    Useful to pinpoint network bottlenecks or crappy ISP.
    3) Website

  • 1) Real Alternative
    2) ollection of codecs to play RealMedia files w/o bloatware.
    Available with Media Player Classic.
    3) Website

  • 1) Media Player Classic
    2) Simple media player. Plays audio and video. (Recommended to combine with CCCodecPack)
    3) Website
    4)
    Spoiler!







  • ** Useful Tools For Video/Recording **
    http://www.silkroadforums.com/viewtopic.php?f=70&t=76045[/color]

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    1) Daemon Tools
    2) Virtual (fake) CD/DVD player
    3) http://www.daemon-tools.cc
    - Download page: http://www.daemon-tools.cc/dtcc/download.php'
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    1) FreeDownloadManager
    2) Download manager. Possibility to boost up your speed by cutting downloads
    into 20 different pieces. Memorizes downloads, so if the internet is gone, it
    will just continue your download when its back up.
    3) http://www.freedownloadmanager.org
    - Download page: http://www.freedownloadmanager.org/download.htm
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    PostPosted: Sun May 20, 2007 11:54 pm 
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    1.) Deep Freeze Enterprise

    2.) Deep Freeze is the standard in bulletproof disk protection

    Deep Freeze instantly protects and preserves baseline computer configurations. No matter what changes a user makes to a workstation, simply restart to eradicate all changes and reset the computer to its original state - right down to the last byte. Expensive computer assets are kept running at 100% capacity and technical support time is reduced or eliminated completely. The result is consistent trouble-free computing on a truly protected and parallel network, completely free of harmful viruses and unwanted programs.

    While Deep Freeze provides bulletproof protection, its non-restrictive approach also improves user productivity and satisfaction. Placing no restrictions on a user's ability to access all system resources, users avoid the frustration of downtime due to software conflicts, operating system corruption, virus attacks, and many other problems. Users are always assured of computers that are consistently operable and available.

    Deep Freeze is currently available in two editions for Windows, each with different features and capabilities to suit the needs of any environment... Mac OS X and Windows Server editions are available and we are currently gathering market interest in a Linux edition.

    3.) http://www.faronics.com/html/deepfreeze.asp

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    1. Open Office
    2. Free office suit. What more to ask for.
    3. http://www.openoffice.org/

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    1)Gigaget
    2)Download manager, sick fast. *does surfer hand gesture*
    3)http://www.gigaget.com/
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    1) musikCube
    2) Minimalistic music player. More usability than foobar2000, less bloat than Winamp.
    3) http://www.musikcube.com/

    1) VLC media player
    2) Minimalistic media player. It is to videos what musikCube is to music. Streaming capabilities are a plus.
    3) http://www.videolan.org/vlc/

    1) VertrigoServ
    2) Nicely packaged WAMP server. Not sure why I prefer it but I've been using it for years.
    3) http://vertrigo.sourceforge.net/

    1) UltraMon
    2) Software to extend the usability for dual monitor setups. I've found it invaluable.
    3) http://www.realtimesoft.com/ultramon/

    1) Catch22 HexEdit
    2) My favorite hex editor. 'Nuff said.
    3) http://www.catch22.net/software/hexedit.asp

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    1) FileZilla
    2) "FileZilla is a fast and reliable FTP client and server with lots of useful features and an intuitive interface."
    ~ Its an FTP program lolz
    3) http://filezilla.sourceforge.net/
    4) http://filezilla.sourceforge.net/images/screenshot.gif
    *too many pics might crash this topic ;)


    1) Utorrent
    2) Torrent download client
    3) http://www.utorrent.com


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    1) CCleaner
    2) Gets rid of useless stuff on your computer to speed it up. Can also delete programs and fix issues with your computer.
    3) http://ccleaner.com
    Download at - http://www.filehippo.com/download/98383 ... /download/

    Very nice :)


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    PostPosted: Mon May 21, 2007 9:43 pm 
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    For Firefox users:
    1)DownThemAll!
    2)Download manager that increases the speed of downloads by A SHIT LOAD. I was literally stunned and speachless at the improvement it made. 3)Download it from the Firefox AddOns page.

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    1. AVG AntiVirus
    Protects your computer from viruses and spyware.
    http://free.grisoft.com/doc/1

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    Comodo Firewall
    It's a firewall >.>
    http://www.personalfirewall.comodo.com/

    Peer Guardian 2
    IP Blocker
    http://phoenixlabs.org/pg2/

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    These programs are all so....so....SO....useful.
    I :love: it!

    1)Videora Ipod Converter
    2)Converts movies or videos into MP4 format. So you can put them on your iPod.
    3)http://www.videora.com/en-us/Converter/iPod/
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    Yeah great idea for a thread Draquish.

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    Why thank you, I feel flattered.


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    PostPosted: Tue May 22, 2007 1:29 am 
    [SD]draquish wrote:
    Why thank you, I feel flattered.


    draq i <3 that program dock thingy :D

    only pity is that i cant see whos talkin to me on msn :P


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    Try Trillian.


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    [SD]draquish wrote:
    Try Trillian.


    trillian works with that docking stuff?
    msn just stays in the top taskbar, but doesnt pop when somebody talks.


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    I have dozens of useful program, but too lazy to post here :P

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    1) Wallpaper Changer
    2) Changes your wallpaper automatically.
    3) http://cs.ecs.baylor.edu/~lovej/project ... erchanger/
    4) See Sig Below

    1) Google Desktop
    2) Lots and lots of stuff. Indexes your hard drive for instant searches; has hundreds and hundreds of Google Gadgets to choose from. I use it for hard drive indexing, photo viewer, weather, and RSS feeder.
    3) http://desktop.google.com/
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    Nothing new to add, but VLC media player is a must. Ever download something you just couldn't find the codec for? Odds are it'll play in VLC because, well EVERYTHING plays in VLC.

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    1.Killbox
    2.gets rid of malware no matter what on reboot. But be careful as you could delete a wrong fiel and screw your computer up
    3. http://www.killbox.net/


    1.HijackThis
    2.Show the files on your computer and shows any hijackers, keyloggers and other malware
    3. http://www.softpedia.com/get/Internet/P ... This.shtml

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    LuV3r8o1 wrote:
    1) Google Desktop
    2) Lots and lots of stuff. Indexes your hard drive for instant searches; has hundreds and hundreds of Google Gadgets to choose from. I use it for hard drive indexing, photo viewer, weather, and RSS feeder.
    3) http://desktop.google.com/
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    1) Wallpaper Changer
    2) Changes your wallpaper automatically.
    3) http://cs.ecs.baylor.edu/~lovej/project ... erchanger/
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    Hmm, what a nice feature and get really important news, like Jim Bakkum returns in Grease. pfft, the quality...

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    woutR wrote:
    LuV3r8o1 wrote:
    1) Google Desktop
    2) Lots and lots of stuff. Indexes your hard drive for instant searches; has hundreds and hundreds of Google Gadgets to choose from. I use it for hard drive indexing, photo viewer, weather, and RSS feeder.
    3) http://desktop.google.com/
    4)
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    1) Wallpaper Changer
    2) Changes your wallpaper automatically.
    3) http://cs.ecs.baylor.edu/~lovej/project ... erchanger/
    4)
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    Hmm, what a nice feature and get really important news, like Jim Bakkum returns in Grease. pfft, the quality...


    Huh?
    Who is Jim Bakkum?

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    [SD]draquish wrote:
    These programs are all so....so....SO....useful.
    I :love: it!

    1)Videora Ipod Converter
    2)Converts movies or videos into MP4 format. So you can put them on your iPod.
    3)http://www.videora.com/en-us/Converter/iPod/
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    or a psp system


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    LuV3r8o1 wrote:
    woutR wrote:
    LuV3r8o1 wrote:
    1) Google Desktop
    2) Lots and lots of stuff. Indexes your hard drive for instant searches; has hundreds and hundreds of Google Gadgets to choose from. I use it for hard drive indexing, photo viewer, weather, and RSS feeder.
    3) http://desktop.google.com/
    4)
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    1) Wallpaper Changer
    2) Changes your wallpaper automatically.
    3) http://cs.ecs.baylor.edu/~lovej/project ... erchanger/
    4)
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    Hmm, what a nice feature and get really important news, like Jim Bakkum returns in Grease. pfft, the quality...


    Huh?
    Who is Jim Bakkum?

    Some stupid boy who won the dutch Idols some time ag. Nothing worth mentioning.. xD

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    Location: At the apple store, Cause i'm an iAddict.
    man, he can't even sing.

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    1)Clock!
    2)This is an analogue clock for on your desktop, with many different skins and options. It looks stylish and you dont have to look at the bottom of your screen all the time :) For screenshot check 'show your desktop' thread.
    3) http://www.gljakal.com/clock.php

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    1) K-lite codec pack
    2) With these codecs you can play ~99% of all your (dl'ed) movies.
    Comes with media player classic :D
    Video+Audio codecs.
    3) http://www.free-codecs.com/download/K_Lite_Codec_Pack.htm

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    1) Opera
    2) For those who havn't met Opera yet: it's an alternative web browser, which gives you almost complete browsing control with your mouse by using easy mouse controls, for instance there are short mouse moves for opening new web pages, closing pages, moving to your homepage etc. So if you're always too lazy to reach for your keyboard, try it :wink:
    3) http://www.opera.com

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    1) Rocket dock
    2) Similar to object dock but free, and less resource intensive
    3) http://www.punksoftware.com/rocketdock
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    1) Pidgin (Formerly gaim)
    2) Similar to Trillian, however runs a wider variety of clients
    3) http://www.pidgin.im/

    Annnd the many millions of great things I can say about firefox <3 Don't know what I would do without its great plug-ins :D

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    is trillian working on vista? cause I know msn, live emssenger and yahoo last version had problem (that's why im using old 7.0 msn) -.-

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