NANY 2023: ENTER NOW!
The NANY 2023 event is now closed.
If you are a coder, any new program (or addon) that you have released in the previous year, which is freeware/donationware for home users is eligible.
And if you are not a coder, you can still participate by helping coders with ideas and testing.
To join in the adventure, visit: The NANY 2023 forum section.
Process Tamer - Free Up CPU Resources - Another Winner from DonationCoderAs I have said before I am a huge fan of the Donation Coder utilities and this is one that I have installed on all of the PC's/Laptops I use on a regular basis. [Process Tamer] is a small and efficient utility to manage the amount of CPU time being used by the programs currently running on your PC.
Hey all! For all you music listeners and iTunes users.
Download link (please unpack it to your "FARR\Plugins\FARRTunes\" directory):
Since it is quite a complex plug-in bugs are very expected. Please post on the thread if you have any trouble.
I'll be also glad to hear of your general experience with the plug-in.
DISCLAIMER: This is a program I am writing to help me learn scheme, so it is probably buggy and quite frankly it is a little below the quality that I would prefer when releasing but since it is usable and N.A.N.Y. is a better time than most to release a program...
UM is a to do list program that is used via the command line. You can either call it via um.exe <command> or just running it to enter interactive mode.
See tdl - to-do list manager (http://www.rpcurnow.force9.co.uk/tdl/) for the linux program that inspired this.
YASA is a small learning project made in C# using the .Net framework 2.0
YASA will take an source image in bmp, png or jpg format and hide any type of data inside of it and save as png.
More info: http://yasa.hollow-net.net
"c_pp" is a program for applying, testing or learning C preprocessor directives. C/C++ code can be remodeled into the preprocessed form with c_pp: preprocessor directives are removed, definitions are replaced, not defined areas are removed and macros are expanded.
c_pp can be downloaded from http://www.texttrans...mer.org/c_pp_en.html
There are some additional explanations too.