From time to time we have put together some utilities to make our lives a bit easier. You will find some of these on this page. They are free, so take 'em if you want 'em.
TimeLord displays the current date and time in the title bar of the active window. The display immediately follows the window title and is updated every second.
TimeLord was built with MinGW, and is linked against msvcrt.dll, which means it should run on Windows 95B, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT 4.0 and Windows 2000.
Devout is a utility that exports email from Microsoft Outlook 2000 to Evolution mbox format. It is written in Visual Basic for Applications, which Microsoft kindly embedded inside Outlook 2000.
Topdows is a utility that allows arbitrary windows to be set "always on top" and/or moved to the four corners of the screen.
Topdows runs in the system tray. To manipulate a given window, activate it then right-click the Topdows icon in the tray. A context-menu will appear from which the desired action can be selected.
Topdows was built with MinGW, and is linked against msvcrt.dll, which means it should run on Windows 95B, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT 4.0 and Windows 2000.
A Windows 95/98/NT command prompt utility that lists all file names in the current directory and all sub-directories. Useful for printing a list of files on an archive CD-ROM. Copy the program to your Windows or System directory, and it can be run from any location. The output will look similar to the following:
dir1\file1.txt dir1\file2.txt dir1\sub1\another_file.txt
This can be saved to a file by entering rls > list.txt.