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This collection of executables allow to control Winamp. They are ideal to put on a desktop toolbar. The commands include: Previous, Play, Pause, Stop, Next, Load and Load URL.
This very simple program allows to use WIN+L to lock the workstation on Windows 2000. On Windows 9x, it starts the screensaver.
This program displays a clock on the desktop, and the transparency/color of the clock can be set.
This program was born because of my inability to find a decent password generator that was simple and small. It has lots of options to control the password generation process, and can also do bulk password generation (just tell it how many).
This program allows to hide the Tab bar and ad in MSN Messenger 6.0/6.1. The program is not up for download anymore since it was pretty messy and I discovered since then there was an option to remove the tabs.
This is a very simple telnet server to learn to use listening sockets, services and a couple of other APIs. Since it's probably very insecure, it's not up for download.
Tiny Process Killer
This is my first Win32 program in assembly. It's a process killer that has an unique feature: the ability to mass-kill processes. There are two versions: a Windows 9x and Windows NT version. The Windows 9x version has an option to restore the Ctrl-Alt-Del and Alt-Tab keys in case they've been disabled, and the Windows NT version can show under which user account the process is running (and, contrarly to the Windows Task Manager, Terminal Services don't need to be running for this to work).