Netoscope is a simple and effective tool to monitor Internet services such as web, ftp, or mail servers. When a monitored service fails, Netoscope can notify you about it or even correct the problem if possible.
AppToService lets you run regular applications and servers as Windows services. This allows you to have some of the benefits of a Windows service, such as the ability to run an application even when no user is logged on the computer.
Deletor helps you reduce the clutter in your disks by deleting files and folders matching your criteria. The program can search multiple root folders and delete files according to their size, time properties, attributes, name and name patterns.
ZMover allows you to set the size, position, and layering of windows. You can modify windows on-the-fly or give ZMover a list of windows to remember. When these windows appear, ZMover will automatically modify them for you.
Buzof enables you to automatically answer, close or minimize virtually any window. Just drag the Buzof icon and drop it onto the button you would normally click to handle the annoying message or dialog box.
Horas is a world clock that helps you keep track of time in different cities by displaying multiple clocks on your desktop. Horas is packed with useful features and yet, it is very easy to use.
RascalPro enhances your dial-up session management and keeps your connection alive by simulating network activity and restoring the connection if it is lost. Other features include session scheduling, batch processing, file logging and time tracking.
Many Internet Service Providers (ISP) disconnect your computer when they detect a lack of Internet access for a certain amount of time. Rasputin simulates network activity to help keep your Internet connection alive.
Reglo is a versatile graphics design tool including an on-screen ruler, a color picker, a magnifier, a mini-screen capture feature, and the ability to resize the windows of other applications.