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A remote cmd.exe facility for Microsoft Windows, using secure communication and providing Active Directory integration.
Command Line Interface layer for Source Code Repositories
A collection of scripts that work together to manage multiple invocations of GNU Screen to overcome some of its limitations on Mac OS X.
Single Click Restore Point (SCRP) is a small tool for creating a restore point in single click. It will help you create a restore point without go through the System restore Utility. Better to run this tool before a meager change in your computer.
A Toolbar for internet explorer
Virtual-OS : Desktop Shell : Web 3.0 Task Manager
What is AutoSpeeder? AutoSpeeder speeds up your whole computer and it uses: - Ramspeeder - HD Speeder - OS Speeder We recommend you to use autospeeder to have a good performace with your pc.
Invoke bashalot, watch the annotated examples fly by. Figure out which features the shell on your system has trouble with. Source bashalot from your own scripts. Study the source to learn about code introspection.
gOSH (General-purpose Object SHell) is a shell whose syntax is based loosely on a combination of the Python and Java languages. It is fully object oriented, capable of multithreading, and transparently ties the scripting tier to executable programs.
A fake login shell for accounts that should not provide real shell functionality but require a login shell for some reason, in particular for SSH port forwarding.