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Get color into your batch jobs! AnsiEcho supports standard console colors as foreground and background, bash-echo-like extensions -n and -e to suppress final CRLF and use of escape sequences, as well as multiple texts in different colors. By default console color is reset between texts and at end of sequence, but you can avoid this with -k to colorize output of multiple texts, as well as for coloring next command.
See help screens above for details.
Tired of removing read-only attributes from all directories copied from a CD-ROM? Use this Explorer to set and clear files' and directories' attributes (Archive, Read-Only, System, Hidden), optionally recursively! File mask for processing implemented, scan mask for directories yet unsupported. Remebers last setting after execution, to process another directory the same way.
bpwin.exe"Batch Programmer 5.9.8 D7 WinXP" creates text files operating on directory trees.
Available in german language only!

Useful to make complex operations on filenames, such as prefixing and suffixing the names on renaming (which may be executed directly from within BPWin or saved to disk for later usage), but also to create any other text files that include parts of file names, stored somewhere on your disks. Think of creating C makefiles or renumbering your digicam's image files!
It scans a given tree, optionally compares files to another tree, and filters the results by defined options (e.g. all *.exe with archive-attribute set).
The resulting list of files then may be manually modified to change selection.
This list then is processed, and for every file a given "template" is evaluated. The template may contain placeholders for file name, path, drive letter, file number (position in list) etc.. These placeholders are replaced with the appropriate parts of each file while the file list is processed.
Some special replacement options such as e.g. "filename up to its first contained underscore", or "the second to fifth letter of filename", or "use path, with any comma replaced by a dash", or an uppercase/lowercase conversion.
In addition to this, the processing of the file list can be repeated using an independent counter, which may count up from -32767 to 32768 or from A to Z, resp. down vice-versa. Automatic replacement of "&" by "&&", "%" by "%%" and "\\" by "\" is optionally available.
Screenshots and it's german help is available online!
Creates CRC32 of (e.g., *.exe); output as Excel-usable CSV file, including short (DOS) and long path and file names, as well as CRC32.
Fill selected drive by creating large files with random content; does "sync" (flush cache) at end. With speed and progress bar. Created files are not removed automatically, but on request (click a button), to optionally keep drive filled. Files are in :\~~fill~~.~~~\tmp#####.tmp, each max. 256MB, numbered from 11111; automatically uses uncompressed files, even on compressed NTFS drives. Useful to erase all data from a disk before "eBaying" it. Overwrites only unallocated areas, so drive and trash have to be empty to kill all data! No warranty!!!
Fill all your memory with nonsense! Fills even page files! For testing purposes and the paranoid! Allocates blocks of memory until all memory is used. Use Taskmanager to keep track of it! Watch the ""used memory" chart while running and see how allocation from page files slows down memory allocation in compare with real memory. Having page files on different drives, watch the differences!
Command line tool to do some "calculations" on IPv4 addresses: Ever counted the mask bits to figure out which /x to add to an address to get the right network? Ever asked if /26 has 64 or 32 IP addresses? Is /26 the same as / "ipinfo /26 -m" will show! What is the base or broadcast address of "ipinfo -ba -br" will answer! How many bits has the host part of a /15 net, and how many host addresses? "ipinfo /15 -bin" will show! What /X to use to have a network with at least 6 addresses? "ipinfo !6" answers! IPInfo will answer much more! How to use? IPInfo will answer, try "ipinfo --help --pause"! Automatically detects all own IP adresses, too: try "ipinfo */24 --bin --zer --lab", which shows all of you IPs (try 1/24 instead of */24 for your first IP), filling octets with zeros (attn: no octal numbers!), including binary format for easy bit counting on ip, netmask, hostmask, base and broadcast. Try ipinfo -info to get some other network information from your machine (DNS, Default gateway etc.)!
Usage help is available online!
Simple GUI, doing DNS name lookups (A, MX, NS, CNAME records, reverse-lookup of PTR records) from any nameserver; dumping also raw name server answers.
Quickstart for Simon Tatham's PuTTy, using hotkeys to start a stored session or the PuTTy config dialog. Saves assigned hotkeys to PuTTys registry entries. Now takes care on unique hotkeys, and hopefully supports all characters in session names that putty does. Tested in Windows XP x86 and Windows 7 x64.
Converting RGB <--> CMYK (linear) in Hex, Dec and %, with color picker and windows color dialog, uses (zoomed!) image from clipboard, shows selected color as window's background color. Converts even color to gray, which is lossy, so conversion back to color will lose color info.
Show some useful system infos on CPU, OS, Fonts, Memory, Environment, Drives, Disks (Registry), own IPs; can mail all this as a text report to your administrator, using integrated mail/smtp client!
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