BigFoot - ThE PaW is a basic computer control and program launcher. It sits on your desktop when the computer is turned on and it stays always on. No need to find or launch it. The basic preconfigured controls let you turn off the monitor, shut off..
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
HitMan 4.1.1 A tool for the professional webmaster, the software developer, the owner of web sites and for the occasional web site designer to keep track of downloads and page views. HitMan gives anybody the ability to track and accrue downloads easily on a win.
1000 Passwords Plus 126.96.36.199 Stores and creates passwords. Uses one to three separate storage areas. Very easy to use. No configuration necessary. Low memory consumtion. Very fast and reliable. Altough there are hundreds of programs alike. This is the best on, you be the judge.
Description: BigFoot - ThE PaW is a basic computer control and program launcher. It sits on your desktop when the computer is turned on and it stays always on. No need to find or launch it. The basic preconfigured controls let you turn off the monitor, shut off windows and even dimm the monitor light when its not being used. All buttons can be configured to your needs and even they can be set to launch other programs.
Energy Lens - Energy Management Software 1.6 Energy-monitoring software for helping businesses to save energy. Energy Lens makes it easy to analyze energy consumption data to find waste, and to see if energy performance is
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