September 10, 2003
A useful gadget
I found a useful Windows gadget today. PowerMenu allows you to minimise windows to the systems tray, to alter their application's run priorities, and to force them to stay on top of other windows. A less useful (though rather cool) feature is that it allows you to make (just about) any window transparent.
Via Scott Hanselman, via Ted Leung. Scott links to a whole bunch of stuff, some of which is really only useful to .NET developers, and some of which I already knew about. Worth a look.
Posted to Software by Simon Brunning at September 10, 2003 11:26 AM
All well and good, but they don't work on my Debian box ;-P
Actually, what I want is a utility which tells me what the heck is happening the other side of my ADSL router. Connectivity is patchy at best today and I get the distinct impression its me rather than t'internet.
Look on the bright side - at least you know your Debian box isn't infected with Sobig.F.
they don't work on my iMac either :-(
Not so long ago, you know, I would have been able to snarl "Get a real computer" at Mark. But with the advent of OSX, those days are gone.
We Windows users used to be able to console ourselves with the fact that, though all those Linux users were looking down on us, at least we could look down on the Mac users. Now what can we do? It's just not fair!
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