Catalog Hot Files Pro 1.51 Utility that allows you to set hotkeys to do common tasks like running applications/folders/documents/web pages, ejecting your cdrom drives, restarting your computer, controlling windows, Winamp and changing volume etc.
Active Keyboard 3.1 Launch applications, documents, and URLs, and over 80 other actions to hot keys
- Control your Winamp player
- Hide application windows
- Open, Play and close your CD-ROM
- Change the volume, mute
- Empty recycle bin
- Lock/Unlock Desktop
Description: A collection of eight Christmas trees to your desktop. If you are starting to feel the Christmas spirit, why don't you prepare your computer too? With this Christmas tree, you are able to. You can set it to stay on top of all other applications. You can increase the level of transparency so you won't be disturbed by it or you can set it close to 0 to see it better. An interesting feature is that, when you click on it you'll see how much you have to wait until Christmas.
It's fun to see it on your desktop and it's free. It looks good on the desktop. I think I'll keep it.
Christmas in Prague 1.0 Smoothly animated Christmas in Prague with a real sun, the moon, the clouds and snow. You can see as the day gives way to night, as the sky changes color and the stars appear in
Christmas in New York 1.0 Smoothly animated Christmas in New York with a real sun, the moon, the clouds and snow. You can see as the day gives way to night, as the sky changes color and the stars appear in
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