File manager & timer, suitable as a main program for self-recording CD´s to open all types of file. Descriptions, screenshots and groups can be assigned to the entries. Include 20 script commands, layout designer, timer etc. Installation free.
Dec 26, 2011 12:08:21
16 ( -2 -12.5% )
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000
QeepIt 1.3.02 QeepIt is designed to organize ToDo-Lists very fast. It can be used in realtime during a telephon call. Set priorities by moving important notes to the top. A mask function for use as a small and handy data base application.
AddTime 1.0.01 Time calculator. Allows to add/sub hours and minutes and to convert the result in decimal. Drag & drop for using with Excel and other programs.
Description: The Mediamat is a file manager & timer. It is suitable as a main program for self-recording CD´s used to open all types of file (exe, bmp, htm etc.). Descriptions, screenshots and groups can be assigned to the entries. Mediamat projects are easy to develope thanks to drag´ n drop. Built in are over 20 script commands to create folders, unzip files etc. With the integrated layout designer an own user interface can be created (e.g. a background image showing a company logo). A pop window is included for speedy access to favorite applications, also a timer for auto-starts or alarm clock. English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Dutch and Swedish selectable, but an in-built expandable translation feature will allow user to adapt Mediamat to their own language. Installation free.
Clear-It 2007 Clear-It is the ultimate task manager that can clear the operating environment for program installation, CD/DVD burning, or resource intensive applications. Clear-It can be used to
Dual Audio CD Manager 3.0 Dual Audio CD Manager lets you organize your music collection; it supports music in various formats (CD, LP, MiniDisc, MP3, etc). Dual Audio CD Manager lets you organize your music
Wal-Mart Custom CD Music Service: No Burner Required The custom CD music site is an addition to Wal-Mart's downloadable music site and similar to a service Starbucks began rolling out in October. Separately, RealNetworks introduced a version of its Rhapsody music service that will let nonsubscribers listen