ControlPad can help turn the numeric keypad on your keyboard to a Windows command execution system - Execute any program, open any document, open any web address or send any series of keystrokes to the OS. It's easy to use, press and hold the * key on the numeric keypad, for about a second, enter any keyword or numeric code into the pop up window. Pressing the code followed by Enter will execute the associated command. Commands can be easily configured through this interface, and instead of numeric codes words can be used. For laptops (without a numeric keypad), there is a special Laptop Mode feature which uses F12 (press and hold) instead of * as the launch key. ControlPad is highly customizable. You can: Configure the location of your commands file - for easy backup, Change almost every aspect of the user interface (colors, transparency, size, font), Change sounds / add your own sound sets. ControlPad is equipped with a simple installer and uninstaller, does not register anything in the Windows registry.
ControlPad v0.66 can be downloaded at
Its portable version can be downloaded at
xVideoServiceThief (a.k.a xVST) can help download video clips from a lot of websites, currently supports 75+. It also facilitates conversion of each video to most popular formats like AVI, MPEG1, MPEG2, WMV, MP4, 3GP, and MP3. xVideoServiceThief 's other features include Drag & Drop functions: Drag and Drop the video link directly to the xVideoServiceThief; Session Manager to save and restore download lists; Pause and resume downloads; Simultaneous downloads - Download more than one video at same time; Download Log: Save a list with all downloaded video (Date + Title + URL); Children protection: Disable adult website support; Choice of websites for download; and Tray Icon functions - xVideoServiceThief can work in background mode.
The 7.27 MB xVideoServiceThief v2.3.5 (Mar 05, 2010) for Windows XP/Vista, Linux, and Mac OS X can be downloaded at http://xviservicethief.sourceforge.net/index.php?action=downloads
The xVST is developed under the GNU General Public License.
PIXresizer is a photo resizing program to easily create web and e-mail friendly versions of images. The reduced files are saved in a different folder, the originals remain unaltered as they are retained in a separate folder. PIXresizer offers several different resizing methods to choose from, and can automatically recognize image sizes to calculate the best fit. It can also convert between image formats (JPEG, GIF, BMP, PNG and TIFF), rotate images, convert to grayscale and resize multiple images in a batch mode. The other features of PIXresizer are Simple Four-Step Workflow; Easy 'Apply recommended' option to make it even more user friendly; Works with single files as well as with multiple files, all at once; Can be used to create thumbnails (takes one move on a slider); Smart Ratio Calculation (image proportions can be overruled by the user); EXIF support, JPEG compression, and TIFF compression, DPI settings.
The 3.3. MB PIXresizer for Windows 98/ME/NT4/2000/
Please suggest a free disk defrag utility.
You could try the 3.83 MB Quicksys Disk Defrag at
It uses QSICA (Quicksys Intelligent Clusters Allocation)
for clusters optimization.
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"We have become irrevocably involved with,
and responsible for, each other."
- Marshall McLuhan