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UrlSnooper / Re: EAccessViolation
« on: January 02, 2006, 04:20 AM »
dear mouser,
i just finished the experiment, newly installed xpsp2 without nlite fixed the problem.
i really dont know how to solve prob in my main installation. :(

Mp3tag is the most popular tag management freeware, give it a try.

Post New Requests Here / Re: explorer extensions
« on: December 31, 2005, 07:52 PM »
i use these:
Piky Basket - collect files to move or copy

Piky Basket is a handy utility that extends the copy/move capabilities of Windows by allowing you to collect files into a virtual basket, and then copy, move or paste them at once. It makes file management and organizing easier, rather just add all the files via the new Explorer right-click option (Add to PikyBasket) and then process them later. This can be a great time saver when you want to collect files for backup, sharing, CD burning and so on. In addition, the program allows you to copy file paths to the clipboard and allows you to launch a command prompt from any folder. A nice add-on for Windows, that is there when you need it, and does not use up any resources otherwise.


FileTargets - move or copy files
FileTargets is a shell context menu extension that adds a sub-menu with all your favorite folder names to the context-menu of all files and folders in your system so you can copy/move selected files to pre-defined, most used folders with the click of a mouse. FileTargets menu is similar to the standard SendTo menu but is much more advanced since it allows you to create subgroups, automatically add new folders, copy file path names and much more.


Context Menu Editor - remove items from the right-click menu

Context Menu Editor allows you to remove non-standard items from the right-click menu of files, folders and Internet Explorer. The program can come handy if previous software installation failed to remove a context menu item, or if you wish to (permanently) remove an item that you dont need.

Finished Programs / Re: IDEA: Windows system tray clock replacement
« on: December 31, 2005, 07:14 PM »
i use tclock2:

have tried nearly all of them, tclock2 gets my vote as the best.

that's awesome, thanks again Phil, i will install .NET and try again.

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