Tray It!
Introduction TrayIt! allows to save precious Taskbar space for minimized windows. For each application which applies TrayIt! it creates a small icon in the System Tray. (System Tray area is located near the Clock). When application’s window is minimized this icon represents the application on the Taskbar instead of the regular “minimized rectangle”. It is particularly useful for background tasks you typically keep running on your PC all day long like your favorite E-mail client, Real Player, etc..Using TrayIt! TrayIt! runs on Windows 95/98/Me, NT/2000/XP and does not require any installation.
Simply create a new folder and place TrayIt!.exe and TrayIt!.dll there. When started, TrayIt! will show a dialog box with a short explanation how to use it. You may choose to load TrayIt! on system startup by selecting “Option” and checking “Load TrayIt! on StartUp” box. Major application Options Load TrayIt! on StartUp – creates a shortcut to the TrayIt! application in the user’s Startup folder
– Single click action – when turned off you need to double-ckick on icon in the System Tray to activate an application. Group similar tray icons for each application – TryIt will group similar windows displaying only one icon in the tray to access the group. Minimize when in Foreground, activate when in Background – whith this option turned on, Clicking on the System Tray icon will minimize associated window when only if it is in already in the foreground and put in the foreground otherwise. Major options for the window profile: Match pattern with the window title when creating a System Tray icon – when this option is activated you can specify a pattern that TrayIt will mach with an application window. TrayIt! looks for a substring in a window title that matches a pattern. TrayIt! applies patterns from left to right and stops when first match is found. Patterns are not case sensitive. Use ” to separate patterns, ‘*’ and ‘?’ wildcards are allowed in the pattern specification. ‘^’ as a first symbol inverts meaning of the pattern. Example: My ComputerControl Panel added to the explorer specification will create a System Tray icon only this two folders. Minimize on start – TrayIt! will minimize the selected window on start. The effect of this option is very similar to selecting “Run:Minimized” for the application shortcut. Please use it when the latest doesn’t work correctly. Handle SDI-type applications like MS Excel, PowerPoint or MS Project TrayIt! will correctly handle applications that have only one application window but create multiple tabs in the taskbar areacorrectly. If you start TrayIt! manually and would like to suppress the startup dialog box, just create a shortcut and run TrayIt! using /H switch.


PocketKnife PeekPocketKnife Peek is an Outlook add-in for screening your e-mail as plain text before opening it in Outlook. The add-in can be used to view all Outlook message formats, but is aimed particularly at averting the threats lurking in HTML mail. A convenient tabbed view lets you easily examine the: Message in plain text, HTML source (if any), Internet header, and Attachments. Key Features: Screen incoming messages without opening them in Outlook Converts HTML messages to plain text Review HTML source without using Notepad or opening the message Examine Internet header with one click See destinations of links in HTML messages View list of attachments (including the contents of ZIP files) Reply to and forward HTML mail in plain text Reply to Some feature gives greater control over who replies are addressed to Circumvents security message introduced with Outlook 2002 SP3

TClock Lite
Requirements Windows 95, 98, Me, NT 4.0, 2000, or XP.Install
Place following files and “lang” folder into same folder. If using an old version of TClock, exit it before copying. tclock.exe : main program (required) tcdll.tclock : DLL to customize task bar (required) tcprop.exe : TClock properties (required) tcsntp.exe : time synchronizer tctimer.exe : timer tcplayer.exe : music player also can remove tcsntp.exe, tctimer.exe, tcplayer.exe, if you don’t use them. TClock modify neither registry nor any other Windows setting to customize Taskbar. TClock only customize Taskbar while running. “lang” folder (2004-05-10 or later) In “lang” folder, language files (tclang*.txt, tcmenu*.txt) are put. TClock Light checks language setting of Windows, reads language files, and changes text of menu and dialog. For example, in case of French, tclang-fr.txt and tcmenu-fr.txt are used. It also can move language files to folder where tclock.exe is. And can customize right-click menu of TClock Light by editing tcmenu*.txt.
INI file TClock Light creates tclock.ini automatically, and keeps user setting in it.Registry TClock creates the following key in registry: HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareKazubonTClock TClock Light uses INI file to keep settings, but creates this key,too.

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