Display Changer II 1.7.0
Change the resolution of any Windows display (width, height, color depth, refresh rate, scaling, and rotation) permanently or only while a specific application is running. Display Changer II can also clone (duplicate), extend, add, detach, and rearrange the displays in a multiple-monitor setup. It can even configure your multiple monitors for AMD Eyefinity (so you don’t need to bother with the AMD Control Center). This is useful for presentations with laptops as well as games and home-theater computers. Display Changer II uses XML files to specify your monitor configurations. This can be an advantage over Display Changer, which uses command line switches to specify settings and must be run once for each monitor.
Learn more about how to use Display Changer II and commercial licenses. (Free for personal or educational use.)
Download (Windows 10 64- and 32-bit)
Download 1.5.3 (Windows 8.1 64- and 32-bit)
Download 1.5.0 (Windows 7 64- and 32-bit)
Display Changer 4.3.2
Change the resolution of any Windows display (width, height, color depth, and refresh rate) permanently or only while a specific application is running. Display Changer can also add, detach, and rearrange the displays in a multiple-monitor setup. This is useful for games and home-theater computers. Display Changer uses command-line switches to specify settings, which can be useful when configuring multiple machines.
Learn more about how to use Display Changer and commercial licenses. (Free for personal or educational use.)
Download (Supports 64- and 32-bit for Windows and Console)
Remember everything. Schedule anything.
Alarm++ reminds with event windows, e-mail, music, speech—whatever works best for you. Alarm++ reminds you with event windows that don’t take focus away from what you’re doing. Use Alarm++ to schedule nightly backups, wake to music, open Web sites in the morning, and e-mail files home—automatically. Play music or video, start applications or scripts, open Web sites, open files, anything you can do with a Windows shortcut.
Download (64-bit Windows 10, 8.1, and later)
Download (32-bit Windows 10, 8.1, and later)
“This is one of the best alarm programs on the market today… Alarm++ is way cool… Don’t pass this one up.”—WUGNET Shareware Hall of Fame
Typecast displays a list of the television shows you want so you don’t have to crawl through an endless grid of channels. Typecast uses your custom searches and the television listings for your area to find the programs you want to watch instead of a seemingly-endless sea of junk. Whether you’re a serious TV viewer who DVRs and time-shifts everything or a casual viewer who watches TV before bed, Typecast finds what you’re looking for.
Typecast displays only programs that match your searches, from recent PG action/adventure movies during primetime with closed-captioning rated four or more stars to soccer matches between the Chicago Fire and the New England Revolution to new, HD episodes of Saturday Night Live with Whoopi Goldberg or Will Ferrell. No more wading through Paid Programming and reruns of Project Runway (unless that’s what you’re looking for). 🙂
Optionally, Typecast can work with your Windows Media Center to indicate which programs have been recorded and are scheduled to be recorded. You can also use Typecast to schedule programs to record on your WMC. (This can replace Ceton’s abandonedMy Media Center application.)
Please note that, although Typecast is free, you will need a subscription to the Schedules Direct listings service.
Download Typecast (Supports 64- and 32-bit Windows 10 and later)
Download Typecast WMC Server (optional) (Supports 64- and 32-bit Windows 7 and later)
(Typecast also runs on Windows 7 and 8.1, but I don’t officially test them, so it’s possible—but unlikely—it might not run on those platforms in the future.)
Display the date and time on your taskbar in any format and color (including transparent). Get rid of that tiny, useless Windows clock. Pop up a calendar when you need one. Resize it to show as many or as few months as you want. Move Timekeeper around and it’ll remember its position and size, or not—your choice).
Download (Windows 10 both 32- and 64-bit)
Download (Windows 8.1 and 7 both 32- and 64-bit)
Download (Windows XP)
Name Twister 2.0.7
Use powerful regular expressions to rename your files. If you’re not familiar with regular expressions, don’t worry. There are many simple regular expressions to help you rename sets of digital pictures, tax records, any set of files. Name Twister (formerly Rename Regular Expression and RenameRegEx) shows you how the files will be renamed before actually renaming them. Name Twister can also automatically insert sequence numbers in the filenames—great for pictures or videos.
Path To Clipboard 1.5.122
Copy the path, folder, or name of selected files, folders, shortcuts, whatever to the clipboard. It also copies the paths or names when you select multiple files, folders, and shortcuts. It even follows shortcuts and offers to copy the path, directory, or name of the file the shortcut is pointing to.
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Forgot to set your camera’s time to Daylight Saving Time? Change the Creation Time or Modified Time of any files or folders. Use an absolute time or one relative to the file’s creation time, file’s modified time, or current time.