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.
CryptSync - is a great project. But I can't understand why Stefan enables armored (increasing file size) output for GPG. Stefan, please disable it. You can't disable this option using gpg.conf but you can enable it if you want "-a --armor". Why did you brake the default output? GPG is a highly customizable software and if somebody wants to apply any option - he applies it. I want to use it with cyphers like TWOFISH or CAMELLIA, and I can do it but this ASCII armored output kills everything. This is for emails or MIME not for the file synchronization. Please make binary output for GPG. And use newest version from the official web site.
GrepWin is great, my goto Grep tool.
Grepwin is great! Thanks a lot!