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TICK v1.10 :  747Kb  Homepage
TICK (previously called TICK98) is probably the ultimate freeware dial up enhancer for Windows 95/98/NT4/ME/2000/XP. Logs all dial up networking calls including length and cost of call and the amount of data transferred. Uses no runtime files and has POP3 mail checker, finger, ping, web notify tools, popup digital display, password database, IP Address finder, context sensitive help and lots more--
Trillian v0.74 :  2.25Mb  Homepage
Just about everybody has AIM or Yahoo! Messenger already so NoBuck$ hasn't posted these communicators. But this one is different. Trillian is everything you need for instant messaging. Connect to ICQ, AOL Instant Messenger, MSN Messenger, Yahoo! Messenger and IRC in a single, sleek and slim interface. This Skinable instant message client for Windows 95/ 98/ Me/ NT/ 2000/ XP is completely free with no nag screens or built-in ads. Easy importing of your existing contacts. See Homepage for full features--
Logitech® IM Video Companion™ v1.0.1.1184 :  1.52Mb  Homepage
The Logitech® IM Video Companion™ for all Windows versions works with Logitech Web cameras or any compatible capture device and your AOL Instant Messenger (AIM) or MSN® Messenger. With just a few clicks, you can start sharing live video right away. Best of all, your friends don't need to manually install special software to view the live video! If your friends have a webcam and IM Video Companion, you can both share live video with each other. Depending on the speed of your Internet connection, you can even get full-motion video. Available in 14 languages--
DcShare v3.1 :  186Kb  Homepage
DcShare for Windows 95, 98, ME, XP enables two computers to share Internet using parallel or serial Direct Cable connections. Create a high-speed local area network that doesn't require any networking hardware. Compatible with Dial-Up, Cable, DSL , AOL. Browser: Internet Explorer, Netscape, Opera. Programs supported: Practically all including Mail, FTP, Media, Games, etc. Supported Protocols: HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, SOCKS 4, SOCKS 5. See Homepage or Help31.html included in zip file for installation and operating instructions--
Hostess v2.10 :  448Kb  Homepage
The Hostess program for Win9x,2K,ME,NT has been designed to help you easily maintain your Hosts file for the purpose of blocking servers rather than for its original purpose of quicker DNS lookups. It stores the hostnames in an indexed database, eliminating duplicates and placing hosts into logical groups that can be ordered for efficiency. Hostess has powerful import, export and search features. The focus of the Hostess program is on blocking hosts for the purposes of avoiding the bandwidth-hogging download of advertising graphics. These failed requests mean that the advertising graphics don't get downloaded and your pages load much faster. No registry changes are made, and any program settings are stored in an INI file in the local windows directory! To learn more about using the Hosts file and how it works, please see the Links section on the website. The documentation included with Hostess can give you a general overview of how the Hosts file works as well--
MyIM v2.1.0 :  46Kb  Homepage
MyIM for Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP is a multi-purpose plugin for AOL Instant Messenger. It not only removes the advertisements and blank spaces from the Buddy List, it also prevents them from even being downloaded. It also allows you to configure which toolbars are displayed on the Buddy List, provides optional IM/Chat logging (save all/some of your conversations - logs conversations of unlimited length), provides the ability to run multiple copies of AIM at once, includes support for transparent windows (Windows 2000/XP only), and allows you to edit your profile directly (the raw HTML). MyIM is written entirely in C, using Microsoft Visual C++ 6.0. See Homepage for full features--
Stay Live 2000 v2.7 :  82Kb  Homepage
Keeps your Windows 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000, XP Internet Dial-Up Connection active and on-line by periodically sending a small TCP/IP packet to one of the many Atomic Clocks maintained by the United States Government. You can also have it update your system clock when these packets are returned from an NIST Time Server and has new facilities to edit Time Server IP addresses. This is a maintenance release. Simple to use--
IE_Kill v2.0 :  224Kb  Homepage
IE_Kill 2.0 for Win 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP with IE4 or later, is a simple utility that closes all running instances of Internet Explorer. It resides in the system tray on your taskbar. Left-clicking on the icon closes all open IE windows. Right-click on the icon for the configuration menu. Great for clobbering runaway pop-ups, or quickly closing multiple IE windows--
Toss Your Cookies :  493Kb  Homepage
Now you can remove unwanted Internet cookies quickly and easily. Of course, you can do that manually too. With Toss Your Cookies for Win 95/98/ME you can mark the cookies you don't want removed to avoid accidental deletion. That way the cookies that enhance your experience at your favorite sites won't be mistakenly deleted. Toss Your Cookies will also remove your temporary Internet files and empties your Windows temporary file folder with just a button click --
CookieWall v1.01 :  228Kb  Homepage
AnalogX CookieWall allows you to quickly and easily decide which cookies can stay on your system, and which cookies should go. Once you let CookieWall know which ones are unwelcome, it does the rest. CookieWall can be configured to delete cookies as soon as they arrive, to notify you of any new ones, or just que them up for you to check out at a later date. Note: CookieWall is currently only compatible with Microsoft Internet Explorer or derived versions (such as NeoPlanet); Netscape support should be available in the near future--
Netstat Live v2.11 :  257Kb  Homepage
Have you ever wondered just how fast your network connection is? Not just how fast the modem is connected at, but how much data you can actually get? Does your internet connection sometimes seem slower than normal? AnalogX Netstat Live (NSL) is a small, easy to use TCP/IP protocol monitor which can be used to see your exact throughput on both incoming and outgoing data - whether you're using a modem, cable modem, DSL, or even local network! NSL doesn't just stop there, it lets you see how quickly your data goes from your computer to another computer on the internet; it even will tell you how many other computers your data must go through to get there! NSL also graphs your CPU usage of your system! This can be especially useful in identifying if your computer is what's slowing things down, or if it's your internet connection--
EasyMTU v3.0 :  358Kb  Homepage  or  Here
Internet Connection "Tweaker" for Dial Up connections. Support for Windows 95, 98, NT and AOL users. A unique FindMTU and benchmark utility included. If you have a dial-up modem (56K) and your bandwidth speed is less than 4.5K bytes/sec (go here or here to find out) try this out! Excellent documentation and information on registry settings--
BableFish Translator :  This is a free Alta Vista service  :  Homepage
Ever come across a web page in a language that you don't understand? If you have a pretty good idea of what language it might be, or you can keep on trying until you find out, this site is the place to go. Just copy and paste the web address to the translate bar and the entire site will come up in whatever language you pick--


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