Simple tool to change file extensions
This simple tool allows you to change the extensions of files in a given directory (and subdirectories) from one type to another. No fluff or overblown GUI; does what it says on the tin.
JavaTB is a Java ToolBox that goes beyond what operating systems provide for file management, networking, system monitoring and many more functions.
Beeblebrox is a GUI partition/disk editor for Windows and Linux.
Its a Java application that can copy/cut a list of source locations to a list of destinations. It can also transfer files over the internet peer2peer. WARNING: Requires Java 7 installed.
Mudslide provides an encrypted file system to any operating system that can mount a webdav server. Mudslide works with Linux, OS X, and Windows. Mudslide is built upon http://jakarta.apache.org/slide/ and the encryption libraries packaged with Java.
TYFany (pronounced Tiffany) allows you to take your files along with their hierarchy on a portable storage media (like USB) to be accessed on the run. Any changes in the hierarchy on the portable media can be docked with the base hierarchy.
A eclipse plugin just easy for me use jdk tool native2ascii.
Project Livingstone (File manager in Java)
You can consider this a general "Java File Object Correction" project. It seeks to add in whatever features are missing or weak in the Java File implementation. For example, currently in Java, once a file is made read-only it cannot be reset back to a w
CPSM is a CORBA based performance and system management framework. It is based on the MICO CORBA ORB.
Not even in alpha stage, anyone doing java and interested to join please do, loads of stuff to do.