DIR2HTML creates an HTML index from a file system directory. This is useful for building file lists, cataloging contents of CD-ROMS, etc. The program can index either a single directory or multiple directories at once recursively.
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Minute Timer 1.1 Minute Timer (MinTimer) is a general-purpose, simple desktop count-down timer and alarm. It's easy to use and is perfect for reminding yourself to do certain things -- like getting up from the computer and stretching your legs (for example) !
JBMail 3.2 JBMail is a compact and portable secure e-mail client that supports SSL/TLS encrypted POP3 and SMTP. The software has been designed for simplicity, security and on-line mailbox access meaning that mail is manipulated remotely and NOT stored locally.
Description: DIR2HTML creates an HTML index from a file system directory. This is useful for building file lists, cataloging contents of CD-ROMS, etc. The program can index either a single directory or multiple directories at once recursively. When operating in recursive mode, a separate index is generated for each subdirectory. Can make hyperlinks to files (for browsing, or for downloading files) and includes support for .URL files created by Microsoft Internet Explorer (favorites). A very versatile program.
Easy Index Generator 3.0.1 Creates configurable HTML and HHC files of Contents for any files types, which can be used in CHM (HTMLHelp) and eBooks, as DataCD menu, as sitemap of your website with access to
Arclab Dir2HTML 1.02 Arclab Dir2HTML is a directory to HTML index converter which builds a html index file out of directory structures and files on your harddisk. Arclab Dir2HTML is a directory to HTML
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