Startup Manager is a program that provides you the possibility to manage the Windows startup procedure. It offers you the possibility to control which programs automatically start up and more.
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AiR-Boot is a x86 boot-loader that resides completely in track 0 of the harddrive. It‘s also independent of any OS, features a BIOS-like built-in setup, is localized to German, Dutch, French, Italian, Russian (including Cyrillic) and Swedish.
IXP4xx (IXP425, 422, 421, 420) BSP for Windows CE (wince/Windows Embedded Compact) 4.2/5.0/6.0/7.0
sTrayD hides icons from the systray (system tray) in Microsoft Windows or it hides the systray entirely.
IBM Network Station 300 Bootstrap is an application which allows IBM Network Station 300 (model no. 8361-110) to boot. It provides the Station with necessary data files to operate and surf the 'net.
It is not your typical Linux Loader. It wont boot you out of Windows or Dos, just so you can log on to Linux. Instead it will read the Linux Images (VMLinuz, ZImage, BZImage, initrd, linuxsys,img etc...) and it will display your Linux box in a Virtual Win
Several small projects; A simple UDP chat program in visual basic, a full screen movie player, a tv guide program for Canberra, Australia
Collection of small utilities for the ms windows operating systems, packaged as an esay-to-use no-installation program. It includes a directory ocupation browser, cd catalog, media player and some useful registry tricks.
Window Wiper is a simple Windows .NET 2.0 application that allows for persistent removal of unwanted registry keys, specifically "runkeys." It is designed to ensure that unwanted software is NEVER allowed to run when Windows starts.
Backups specified files (e.g. system/ini files); Newer versions optimized for windows compatibility (backups regestry & some system files) Written in QuickBasic 4.5