MD5 checksum: F27B6E5B62CE52CA677D02DC925C1C20
compares the contents of the current
directory with the contents of the target
drive. This is useful when a subdirectory
tree has been burned to CD.
CHECK will also verify the integrity of
each file on the target drive.
Directory comparison can be skipped.
CHECK can log everything it does to disk.
MD5 checksum: 889C5ADD64EC93ABF4747F81F3408783
obtains total and free diskspace
from a list of drive letters. It then
reports to screen and/or to disk. Useful
for remote monitoring. Includes automode.
Supports FAT-16/FAT-32/NTFS and mapped
MD5 checksum: CDA61897332EC2B32FB1139A7C150E9C
is a network connectivity scanner.
It can scan a list of IP addresses, and
resolve their computername, name table,
and shared resources. It can do a quick
ping, just to verify connections. It can
also verify that the TCP/IP stack, LAN
and internet connections are functional.
All test results are logged to file.
MD5 checksum: 5B20EBEBC52B56B5E8213E0BBCC15869
displays and optionally tests
Windows' TCP/IP network settings. It is
intended to simply, quickly and easily
check internet connectivity on client
workstations. nettest autodetects all
required settings and requires no user
nettest supports an optional INI file,
and optional logging.
MD5 checksum: 04717FEAE92F03B8DD0DCC89F0840EFE
converts decimal numbers to
binary, hex and octal, converts binary
numbers to decimal, hex and octal,
hexadecimal numbers to decimal and to
octal, and encoded hexadecimal strings to
It can also display a formatted table of
ASCII characters and their codes onscreen;
pressing a key at this point will display
the keycode associated with that key.
Supports extended keypresses (eg. Home,
NUMSHOW can also measure its performance.
MD5 checksum: 874EE23E7692C16F92A301BF1A8F7A66
is a DOS batch file that automates
archive management. Features in brief:
- converts archives from ACE, ARC, ARJ,
LHA, LZH, PAK, RAR, SDN, ZIP and ZOO
to ZIP or RAR; can also create new
archives from scratch
- supports subdirs and nested subdirs
- supports long filenames
- deletes headers from source archives
- maximises compression/minimises space
- strips attributes from all extracted
files and scans them for viruses
- can log to disk; has "auto" mode
- configuration via variables
- solid error handling
- batch conversion capability
MD5 checksum: 74E8F37BFA10D3D3AFE0C99619D7BC27
PGPSHELL is an easy-to-use front-end
for PGP and GPG. Supports major
functions, including symmetric encryption
MD5 checksum: BC5A6C6787DCFB66EE0794E1FC883740
is a simple tool to create logfile entries with timestamps. Often a script (or batchfile) will want to report at various stages of its progress. STAMP allows the script to make a one-line entry to STDOUT (the console) which can then be redirected to a logfile.
STAMP automatically prefixes the current date and time to the logfile entry.
STAMP also inserts a single "flag" character at the very beginning of the entry.
Finally, STAMP can insert a "program identifier" into the entry, so that the script making the entry can identify itself.
STAMP is fully command-line driven, requires no extra files, and does not need to be installed in any particular location.
MD5 checksum: 09B9E742977BA564275935219AFA608B
is a directory archiving and backup
tool; compresses a source directory into
an archive/optionally remove original
files. When the files are next needed,
STORE extracts the archive/optionally
deletes it. STORE can also be used for
layered periodic backups, and for backing
up critical system files. It can report,
and also logs everything it does to disk.
STORE supports ZIP and RAR compression,
long file names, subdirectories and
nested subdirectories, and has solid
error handling and HTML-based
documentation. Includes management tool.
MD5 checksum: E6544A8DC5ECBABADD5DFEC6A4552EF0