My USB Menu is a simple tool to open user defined applications. You can start anything that can be run from any type of removable disk. Install My USB Menu to your USB stick for launching your files and applications easily without having to search/
Dec 26, 2011 12:07:22
Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
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: My USB Menu is a simple tool to open user defined applications. You can start anything that can be run from any type of removable disk. Install My USB Menu to your USB stick for launching your files and applications easily without having to search the drive for them. Unlike Windows shortcuts, My USB Menu uses relative paths. If your USB drive gets another drive letter when you insert it into another computer, your files and applications can still be started properly. This means you can also use My USB Menu to start applications you burn to a CD (and don't know the drive letter either). My USB Menu helps you take all your personal data wherever you want to go.
USB Removable Drive Recovery 220.127.116.11 Removable drive file restoration software supports data recovery from various branded USB removable storage media like Kodak, Sony etc. USB removable drive data backup application
Removable Disk Files Recovery 5.0.1 Removable media data recovery software recover and restore lost deleted files and folders from your digital multimedia devices even if the storage media is corrupted and you can
Security risks of iPods and USB flash drives High-tech consumer devices, such as Apple's iPod, present a serious security risk in the workplace, according to a new report from Gartner, being used not only to download confidential data, but also to introduce a virus into the company network.