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AutoPowerOptionsOK v4.11
AutoPowerOptionsOK v4.11 Automatic Energy Options Customization for Windows is the right tool for Windows if you want to increase energy efficiency! Key features of the automatic energy plan adjustment! Activate at keyboard, controller and / or mouse events with adjustable timer: ◆ Customizable Auto turn off timer for the monitor! ◆ Customizable auto sleep timer for the computer! ◆ Auto switching to another energy plan! ◆ Detect Xbox Controller and / or Joystick events Other specifications: ◆ Very small in size great in power save ◆ Low CPU and Memory Usage ◆ Fast access via To-Tray ◆ Visually impaired friendly (zoom feature) ◆ Multilingual ◆ Portable ◆ etc. ... New in version 4.11 // 12 May 2021 • Small corrections and adjustments for the new MS Windows 10 update • Update of the language files in the energy efficiency improvement tool Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 4,553 May 12, 2021
Nenad Hrg
FileList v4.11
FileList v4.11 Create Lists of Files on Your PC FileList is a command line utility providing a list of files of the selected path in the CSV format. The list includes the file name, the size, the file path, the last access and change date, date of creation etc. You can easily import all results to a spreadsheet or database. FileList runs on any current Windows operating system starting with Vista. Filter Lists as Needed Filter the lists by various criteria like file name, file extension, time stamps, directory level, file size or file attributes. Create File Lists on the Command Line FileList can print or export lists of files of a folder or directory tree including metadata of the file. Include Various Metadata FileList may include any metadata that Windows Explorer supports, like camera model, artist name or number of pages. Read full manual here. Changes: Version 4.1.1 FileList will no longer calculate extensions for folder names which contain periods. The prompt to close FileList when starting without parameters is now written to the error stream. 23 July 2018 Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 3,136 Dec 21, 2021
JAM Software GmbH
RBTray v4.11
RBTray v4.11 RBTray is a small Windows program that runs in the background and allows almost any window to be minimized to the system tray by: Right-Clicking its minimize button Shift-Right-Clicking on its title bar Using the Windows-Alt-Down hotkey Note that not all of these methods will work for every window, so please use whichever one works for your needs. Please download the zip file for either the 64 bit (x64) binaries or 32 (x86) bit binaries (depending on your Windows version). If you aren't sure which one to use, probably you should use the x64 one. It's recommended that you use the latest version. Extract the contents of the zip file to a folder, for example "C:\Program Files\RBTray". From that folder, double click RBTray.exe to start it. If you want it to automatically start after you reboot, create a shortcut to RBTray.exe in your Start menu's Startup group. If you want it to automatically start after you reboot, create a shortcut to RBTray.exe in your Start menu's Startup group, which is located at "%APPDATA%\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup", or by pressing "WIN + R" then typing shell:Startup. Using To minimize a program to the system tray, you can use any of these methods: Right-click with the mouse on the program's minimize button. Hold the Shift key while Right-clicking on the program's title bar. Pressing Windows-Alt-Down on the keyboard (all at the same time). This should create an icon for the window in the system tray. To restore the program's window, single-click the program's icon in the tray. Alternatively, you can Right-click on the tray icon which should bring up a popup menu, then select Restore Window. In some cases the first two methods cause problems with other software because of they way ...
5/5 2,732 Jan 07, 2021
Benbuck Nason
   
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