MagicTracer 2.0.005posted on January 14, 2007 12:00:15 pm
Download the best raster-to-vector conversion program. MagicTracer is full-featured, fully-functional free-to-try program. Unlike other programs that disable functions for the limited version, our program is complete so anyone can evaluate the software as they wish. We thought that this would be the best way for anyone to see if MagicTracer fits their needs. MagicTracer delivers auto-tracing results which are much better than other raster-to-vector conversion programs. The interface is kept simple and neat in order to make the program easier to use than the other programs in this class.
Chaos Crystal 2.0.001posted on August 06, 2006 11:55:27 pm
This small Windows program allows you to set the transparency of any program window running in Windows 2000 or XP. This program does not work for Windows 98 and below. Applying transparency is easy just press and drag the target (Dot next to Window Title field) crosshairs over the target window.
Chaos Wallpaper 2.1.003posted on May 02, 2005 12:16:43 pm
Updating: To update from a previous version just replace the add-on, changer, and include folders along with the ChaosWallpaper.exe file. Chaos Wallpaper is a free automatic wallpaper and RSS/Atom shuffler for Windows. This software utility provided by Elgorithms automatically rotates your wallpaper while displaying RSS or Atom News on your desktop. It is a highly customizable RSS Reader. Unzip the contents to any folder on your computer. Then set the wallpaper directory, the RSS stylesheet to customize the look of the RSS Display, and which RSS feeds to include. Consult the Readme file for more info about customizing your own RSS Syndicated News displays. This version only works for the Windows platform. Version updated to 2.1.003.
Chaos Mash 2.5.001posted on May 10, 2006 02:03:05 pm
Chaos Mash is a free encryption program that let's you scramble any type of data. Encrypt any sort of file on your computer. If you need it to be confidential simply "mash" it. Chaos Mash will output any file of your choosing into encrypted data. Chaos Mash offers 45 types of encryption for you to choose from. Type 1 - 15 using Method A, B, or Blowfish. The higher the number of the type the stronger the encryption. Note that with Chaos Mash's Methods A and B the original file size stays the same while using Blowfish the encrypted file will increase in size. You can also set a key that is essentially the password for the file. To get back your original file just run it through Chaos Mash with your original encryption settings and your key, if you set one. Be careful! If you decide to delete your original file you MUST remember your key and encryption method and type. Otherwise you can lose your file permanently.
Chaos MD5 2.0.001posted on April 28, 2006 03:28:15 pm
Chaos MD5 is a free MD5 generator for Windows. Input any file into this free program and it will generate a MD5 checksum for that file. That simply means it generates an unique signature for each and every file. Chaos MD5 does not require installation, simply copy it to the hard drive or USB device to run. The MD5 checksum that is generated can be used for file identification or integrity checks.
BmpCrypt and TxtCrypt on PHP Classesposted on April 22, 2005 04:01:14 pm
TxtCrypt and BmpCrypt are PHP classes that hide any form of data in a normal text file or bitmap image. To run these classes you will need to have PHP installed on your Windows or Linux system.
Apache 2.2.2posted on May 24, 2006 03:15:32 pm
Since April 1996 Apache has been the most popular web server on the internet. Unless you have to use Microsoft's ASP for your web site, you will benefit from using Apache. With far more stability than Microsoft's IIS it will crash less frequently translating into more uptime for your web site. The Apache HTTP Server is suitable for both Windows and IX platforms.
PHP 5.1.4posted on May 24, 2006 03:16:19 pm
PHP is a widely-used general-purpose scripting language that is especially suited for Web development and can be embedded into (X)HTML. A great alternative to ASP if you are planning to use Apache on your Server. For those that are stuck using IIS you still have the option of installing PHP onto your system.
HAPedit 3.1posted on March 20, 2005 07:05:51 pm
Firefox 220.127.116.11posted on January 14, 2007 12:00:15 pm
Security issues aside Mozilla Firefox is a standards-compliant browser. That is it has virtually no trouble correctly rendering a page to the rules set by the W3C for HTML, XHTML, CSS1, and CSS2.1. It's got its share of bugs like any other browser, but it's certainly heading in the right direction by supporting web standards. If more browsers follow Firefox's example maybe some day web developers won't have to code different pages for different browsers ever again. Well, we can wish anyways.
Web Developer 0.9.4posted on November 10, 2005 06:47:01 pm
The Web Developer extension for Mozilla Firefox and Mozilla adds a menu and a toolbar to the browser with various web developer tools.
ColorZilla 0.8.3.1posted on November 10, 2005 06:47:01 pm
With this Firefox extension you can get a color reading from any point in your browser, quickly adjust this color and paste it into another program. You can Zoom the page you are viewing and measure distances between any two points on the page.
EditCSS v.0.3.3posted on November 10, 2005 06:47:01 pm
Adds a stylesheet modifier in Firefox. Lets you see changes right away as you style rules in real-time.
liveHTTPHeaders 0.11posted on November 10, 2005 06:47:01 pm
A Firefox extension that determines what a server is delivering in the HTTP Headers of a web site. Very useful for determining how different requests for different files from a web site are served. If you run this on your own web site, the results will help determine if the content is actually delivered the way you intended.
Autohide 0.9.9posted on July 25, 2005 10:45:35 pm
A Firefox extension that allows you to toggle the fullscreen mode and make Firefox remember the setting after you exit the program.
Smoothwheel 0.44.7posted on November 10, 2005 06:47:01 pm
This Firefox extension will scroll the page smoothly with the mouse wheel. SmoothWheel utilizes several smart algorithms for smoothness and adaptive behaviour. Once you've tried it, you'll wonder how you ever got along without it.
Grub's Distributed Web Crawling Projectposted on April 19, 2005 12:30:47 pm
Leveraging the power of distributed computing, Grub allows everyone with an internet connection to participate in the construction of a real-time snapshot of the internet. Grub runs as a screensaver that uses very little resources and bandwidth to help index the web. Grub has the potential of creating real-time internet snapshots on demand if enough people participate. If you run your own server Grub can auto-update your hosted web sites for search engine indexing.