HCC is an easy-to-use program designed to find out and remove duplicate files with same name, same size, same content on your local or network computers. With HCC you can easily reclaim disk space wasted by all the extra unnecessarily file copies.
Unix2Dos converts Unix text file line endings to Dos line endings in batch fashion. Unix2Dos is superior to the built in unix command that is incapable of processing more than 10000 or so files without running out of command space.
Mihov EXIF Renamer extracts the photo capture time from JPEG and puts into the image file name. If this info is not available (scanned images) it can take file creation time. Option to change time zone or correct time and add custom prefix or suffix.
Copy Cat 2.0 actually skip the bytes which are not readable from file and copy all other bytes therefore it extracts max data which is normally not done by windows copy operation.
ANALYZER for RECOVER Fixed/Floppy Disk V0.3 visually reports on bad sectors in system area of disk. You can check if Boot Sector, FAT 1, FAT 2, and ROOT FOLDER sectors are good or bad. You find how much of remaining file system can help recover files
Tiff counter is an easy to use Tiff page count application. It supports all versions of single and multi-page tiff files. Tiff counter also support tiff files which is compressed. Tiff counter is fastest tiff page counting application.
HDDLife is a real-time hard drive monitoring utility with alerts, malfunction protection and data loss prevention functions. This hard drive inspector is a proactive hard drive failure detection system which manages all of your hard drive risks.
Software is often accompanied by an MD5 `hash` (or `checksum`). This serves as a unique identifier for the contents of the file - if the file contents change then so does the MD5 hash, making it easy to verify the integrity of files.
SizeMe makes it possible to scan a directory and compare it to how many floppy/zip/CD-R/DVD-discs you need. It tries to fill each disc up as much as possible. After that you can then drag the files/directories into your favorite burning software.