PowerClick – added 1/12/2006

PowerClick provides you with fast access to all commonly used power management features available in Windows. Those are shutdown, restart, standby, hibernate, log off and station lock (Windows 2000/XP only). Additionally it can disable Windows screensaver and power saving features when they are not desirable.

PrioSet – added 12/24/2005

PrioSet – a simple program launcher that lets you set the system level priority of any application. PrioSet can relieve your processor by lowering the share of resources that goes into background processes. Just set their priority to ‘Idle’ and they won’t bother you anymore. You can also make sure the CD burner program gets enough processor power by selecting ‘Real time’ mode. Command line arguments are also supported.

RunWithParameters – added 12/8/2005

RunWithParameters offers a tiny tool, which allows running any application with a parameter. Instead of going to the Command Prompt, users can simply right-click an application and enter the parameters in the pop-up window.

Mayk – The File Launcher – added 11/20/2005

You need a file launcher to be small, fast, and user friendly. You need your shortcuts to be as mnemonically close as possible to files they represent (’int’ for browser, ‘zip’ for WinZip, ‘pin’ for Pinball etc). You want to type those shortcuts into the small text box (two or three letters, the rest is auto-completed) and to press Enter. Mayk is all that.

Qsel – added 11/18/2005

Qsel is a program launcher (programs, web links, documents) with icons that features an easy configuration of the launcher windows using drag and drop. Switch to other launcher windows through category index (click on title button), or through special Icons. Automatic drive letter handling on Flash Drives, CR-ROMs.

PopSel – added 11/18/2005

PopSel offers a pop-up menu to launch programs, (registered) documents, web links, programs with special parameters, or batch files etc.. If you want to reduce the number of icons on your Desktop, or if you want a quick access to programs or documents, put a little extra menu on your desktop or into the Quick Launch Tray. Submenus (one level) are supported.

qTray – added 10/22/2005

qTray (Quick Tray) is a small, handy tool that gives you access to a maximum of 15 of your most commonly used applications via a popup menu. Lean (34kb), mean, and never in your way, qTray serves one purpose, and one purpose only – to save time.

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