This is a collection of various open source tools:
StExBar: The ultimate extensions for Windows Explorer or: what Microsoft forgot to implement in the explorer.
SKTimeStamp: Adds a new page to the Windows explorer properties where you can manipulate file times
AAClr: change Aero colors to match the wallpaper
FileTool: a small utility to create files with random data for testing
tabspace: a command line tool to change all tabs/spaces to tabs/spaces and vice versa in text/code files.
I have just tested grepWin Its answer in the best way to what I was waiting for. I could use it efficiently directly without wandering. You can find everything easily, and if you follow the natural order you will not forget anything I had not to test the support. My first test have been to check and change into a full directory more than 50,000 file with an error of new-line encoding from windows to linux, I tooks a few minutes to check the file, the process and perform the changes (preg replacements). It is for the lonely utility tool (not batch) which can perform this.
grepWin: No nonsense search. Windows Search can finally RIP.
GrepWin is great, my goto Grep tool.
Grepwin is great! Thanks a lot!
Excellent! Just what I was looking for and started scripting. Then I stumbled over cryptsync and forgot about my script. After some initial testing I noticed empty directories are not synced? Anything you're aware of?