System Customization - Windows

Software that can be used to customize the Windows user interface.


  • KatMouse

    Free Windows Website

    The prime purpose of the KatMouse utility is to enhance the functionality of mice with a scroll wheel, offering universal scrolling: moving the mouse wheel will scroll the window directly beneath the mouse cursor (not the one with the keyboard focus, which is default on Windows OSes). This is a major increase in the usefullness of the mouse wheel.

    Another feature involves the wheel button. Since the wheel button is not consistently used in Windows, KatMouse can use it for a kind of task switching: with a click of the wheel button you can push a window to the buttom of the stack of windows that is your desktop, making a recovered window the active window.

     

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  • Ext2Fsd

    Free Windows Website

    Ext2Fsd is an ext2 file system driver for Windows (2k, XP, Vista and Win7). It’s a free software. Anyone can modify or distribute it under GPL2.

    Features Ext2Fsd supports:

    ext2/ext3 volume reading & writing
    ext3 journal replay when mounting
    various codepage: utf8, cp936, cp950 …
    mountpoint automatical assignment
    large inode size: 128, 256, …
    large file size bigger than 4G
    CIFS sharing over network
    htree directory indexing
    ext4 extent read-only, no size truncating and expanding support
    Fast fsck (uninit_bg) and group block checksum support
    64k block-size, support compatible to Linux ext4 and e2fsprogs
    OS: 2k, xp, vista, server 2003/2008, win7

    Features Ext2Fsd doesn’t support:

    fully ext3 journal support
    ext4 extent support
    LVM and Linux raid (md)
    NT4 is no longer supported.

     

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  • ContextConsole Shell Extension

    Free Windows Windows Explorer Website

    The ContextConsole Shell Extension adds an "Open Command Prompt" menu item to the context menus (right-click menus) in Windows Explorer so that you can open a command prompt in the selected directory (or directories) or in the current directory that you are viewing.

     

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  • AudioShell

    Free Windows Windows Explorer Website

    AudioShell is a freeware MS Windows Explorer shell extension plug-in which allows you to view and edit ID3 metadata tags directly in Windows Explorer. It supports all files and tags standards supported by Tag&Rename - mp3 tag editor. AudioShell adds ID3 tag editor and viewer tabs to the music files properties menu (you can edit ID3 tags file by file or in groups); detailed music files hints with tag and file information; and additional columns in the Explorer files list. Full Unicode support.

    Great tool for mp3 players owners! You quickly and easily fix file tags in Explorer before uploading to your iPod/Creative or any other mp3 player.

    Supported files and tags formats:
    mp3 (all ID3 tag versions)
    wma, asf and wmv (including DRM protected files)
    Apple iTunes and iPod aac (m4a, m4b, m4v and m4p) and mp4 files
    ogg, flac (vorbis comment tags)
    mpc, mp+ (APE/APEv2 tags)
    monkey's audio (APE/APEv2 tags)
    wav pack (APE/APEv2 tags)
    optim frog (APE/APEv2 tags)
    wav (ID3v2 tag in 'tag ' RIFF chunk)

     

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  • Default Programs Editor

    Free Windows .NET Framework Website

    Default Programs Editor is a powerful but simple file association utility for Windows 7, Vista and XP. This free utility has three main functions: context menu editor, auto-play editor, and default programs association editor.

    With context menu editor you can add, edit, and delete context menu items, edit file type information (such as icon and description) and change an extensions associated file type.

    The auto-play settings lets you add, edit, and delete auto-play handler programs, change which auto-play options are available for any media type, and change the default auto-play handler.

     

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