The Logo Factory is an easy to use manager for your Win95/98 Startup and Shutdown screens. With it you can easily create, install and manage your Logos. Use your favorite photographs, wallpaper or any .gif, .bmp, .jpg or .jpeg graphic
CT Mystified 1.0 This is my take on Microsoft's Mystify Your Mind Screen Saver. Geometric patterns move about the screen with options for number of objects and spacing.
MediaJoin 1.0 MediaJoin is a free program for combining your Video/Audio clips into one file. This simple, no frills program makes it easy for anyone to combine their clips. It's compatible with MP3, WAV, MPG and MPEG files. It can also be used to combine Text
Description: The Logo Factory is an easy to use manager for your Win95/98 Startup and Shutdown screens. With it you can easily create, install and manage your Logos. Use your favorite photographs, wallpaper or any .gif, .bmp, .jpg or .jpeg graphic to replace the standard Windows Logos. The simple one click Creator means anyone can create their own logos. All you have to do is choose a graphic and the Creator will automatically resize and convert your graphic to the only correct format that Windows recognizes for screens. You can also save up to 10 sets for easy one click installation of all 3 for easy switching of Logos. Your originals are backed up on first run for an easy restore.
One click installation of all 3 logos
One click conversion of any .gif, .bmp, .jpg or .jpeg graphic
Use your favorite photos, wallpaper or any picture
Color Picker for Logo Design 1 Software for logo designers. Easily pick needed color from the screen. Useful when you design logos. Select needed color from the logo design color combination. Pick colors from
Pretty Logo 1.0 pretty logo can help you quickly create a nice, professional logo, it prepare all materials for you to create the logo, such as color palettes, symbol libraries, fonts, effects
JBoss Launches Logo, R&D Programs The company makes waves at the JavaOne show with news of its JBoss Inside and JBoss Labs initiatives, as well as a partnership with Sleepycat Software.
Java Creator Weighs in On Open - Source Debate As Java industry leaders prepare to debate at JavaOne 2004 whether Java's stewardship might be better in the open-source community than with Sun Microsystems, the technology's creator James Gosling weighed in on why he thinks open-sourcing Java remains a