shell utilities


FileNote – added 5/3/2005


FileNote is a little shell extension that allows you to add textual descriptions to your files. It adds one command to the shell context menu of a file object. This command lets you easily edit or create a text file that has the same name as the initial file, but with the extension TXT. For example, if you have a file, MyImage.jpg, you right-click on that file and choose the FileNote command from the context menu. A new text file called MyImage.txt is created and Notepad is opened to edit that text file. If a text file with that name already exists, it will be opened for viewing/editing.


DesktopCoral – added 5/31/2005


DesktopCoral was designed to “reserve” some portion of your desktop which is shielded from maximized applications. Essentially, it acts like an invisible resizeable docking bar, which can be docked to any side of your desktop. This invisible dock acts as a barrier to maximized applications and essentially shields this area of your desktop from other applications.


JetStart – added 1/25/2006

Tired of digging into crowded Start Menu? JetStart offers you a quick access to categorized Start Menu shortcuts which can be sorted into 5 categories, recently launched programs and system commands. Just type a few letters and JetStart will show matching applications as you type. Once you’ve found a desired program, you can immediately launch, drag to desktop or unistall it. (there is a free version)


PlacesBar Constructor – added 1/14/2006

The “Places Bar” is that left-hand side pane in the standard Windows Open and Save dialogs, that gives you shortcuts to commonly used folders. By default, the Places Bar contains links to History, My Documents, Desktop, My Computer, and My Network Places. You can change these links. PlacesBar Constructor is a handy little utility that presents a lists of folders to put in your PlacesBar.


Virtual Desktop Toolbox – added 10/1/2005

Virtual Desktop Toolbox enlarges your monitor by dynamically creating multiple non virtual (standalone) or virtual (shareable) desktops. You can organize programs and windows by categories in different desktops, share programs and windows between virtual desktops (either statically or dynamically using rules), group your desktops within a virtual screen and easily and quickly (one mouse move) switch from one desktop to another one.


Open Subfolder – added 9/2/2005

Open Subfolder is a contextual menu extension which adds the ability to open a folder located inside of the currently selected folder.


Context Edit – added 8/10/2005

ContextEdit lets you control which items appear on your context menu; the menu that appears when you right-click on an item in Windows Explorer.


Fresh UI – added 4/18/2004

Fresh UI brings you a fresh solution for configuring and optimizing Windows. Loaded with hundreds of useful hidden settings in Windows XP/2000/ NT/98/95/Me, this software covers the customizing and optimizing techniques that you’ll be glad to know.

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