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Free Software May 11, 2002 posted by

Zoom

Zoom is a neat little desktop magnifier for the Windows operating system. It could be useful if you find yourself wishing you could magnify an on-screen map, graphic or other less-than-clear element. Freeware. [via MajorGeeks]


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Free Software February 26, 2002 posted by

A couple of nice little utilities for MP3 users from Mpesch3. 1by1 is a quick and dirty and very tiny (19K) playlist player. Just fire it up, point it at your directory (or even a whole disk) and it will play the MP3s. It even has an audio enhancer. ‘Triffic, this is destined to become my standard player as I’m tired of bloatware. Is this the smallest MP3 player ever? MP3DirectCut is an MP3 manipulation utility. You can use it…


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Free Software January 18, 2002 posted by

Found a nice little utility yesterday. Cures that niggling problem with the Caps Lock triggering when you’re typing. You know so youR WORDs suddenly go large. First Cap by Fabio Falsini is a great little freeware product which lets you turn Caps Lock off (and Num Lock and Insert) at will as well as other stuff. Neato.


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Free Software January 3, 2002 posted by

I remember looking at a bit of software called Sensiva a while back which let you control your computer using a nifty method of on screen commands with your right mouse button. It was very cool, but didn’t work brilliantly and seemed a little too big to hover around in memory. Now I’ve just come across this neat little alternative freeware called Stroke-it! which does it better, is smaller and doesn’t cost the $19.95 of Sensiva. It’s the first cool…


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