This tool allows you to uninstall programs as well as see when they were installed. It lets you search through the apps. It can remove files left over by the program. It can clean clean the uninstall registry key. To see how to use it just open the exe file.
This tool allows you to easily end a non-responsive program. Or a whole truckload of them running at once. This tool works by specifying anything that should be contained in window text and/or classname. You can specify the /NR switch to only kill not responding programs. It’s just like Linux’s xkill command.
This app allows you to calculate or estimate what the total cost would be when shopping. The app is not on Google Play. You will have to unzip the apk file to your phone or tablet. It saves the prices as you type them, so no need to worry about losing them when your phone […]
This light-weight Electronics Engineering Calculator app is pretty neat and good. It works on many platforms such as Android, Linux, and Windows. The app contains every calculator found on the calculator page on this site. The android version is not on google play yet, and I don’t know if it ever will. You can download […]
This plugin uses the linux say command to say chat messages, lets you know when some joins or quits, etc.. It requires the gnustep-gui-runtime and python To install the gnustep runtime you can type this in on ubuntu: then you can test to see if the say command works by typing Then if that works […]
Here you will find a archive of lots of components that were left out of the app but were hard to find it in a zip file of all of them. So now you can download the whole tar file off of Google Drive or pick and choose the ones you want from the preview. […]
This tiny shell script will allow you to backup the settings and programs from a live linux session to two .tar files. Here’s a list of the tar files and what they do. config/data.tar – Configuration and settings files. (/var and /usr directories) if any of the files in data.tar exists it will be overwritten. […]
I wanted a solution for making my visitors easier for them to order parts to build my projects. This code comes from the “Order By Part#” Page. Heres an example of how to use it: Heres the source code of the utility: Real Example
This app draws text on the top left corner of the screen. It has UTC Time, Uptime, last IRC Channel message in mIRC, Error Of The Day, Memory Load, IP Addresses and Phase Of The Moon. It’s lightweight and open source. Download from Google Drive
Today I got an idea on a proram I could make that would be useful and unqic, so here it is a calculator that lets you add, subtract and multiply dates and times together. It uses Delphi’s TDateTime variable type that the integer part is the days and fraction part is time.