'Shell Enhancer', and 'Lansweeper'

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Shell Enhancer

ShellEnhancer is an application designed to enhance the default shell of Windows and to make your life easier. ShellEnhancer includes two types of taskswitcher (Enhanced TaskSwitcher and Mosaic TaskSwitcher) which you can use to replace the default Windows Alt+Tab taskswitcher. The Enhanced TaskSwitcher supports live previews. ShellEnhancer allows you to make your own tasks. Tasks consist of a number of commands which get executed one after the other. Available commands include: insert text, send keystroke, manipulate windows, run program, start screensaver, lock workstation and many other. Tasks can be executed with hotkeys, mouse gestures or screen corners. An On Screen Display (OSD) can be shown when a task is run. With X-Window style moving and resizing you don't have to move your mouse to a corner of a window to move or resize it. Other features include: rolling up windows, making any window transparent, always on top, keep focus, This can also be automated with the Auto Managed Windows feature.



New version: Lansweeper is a freeware solution to make a complete software and hardware asset inventory of your Windows network. Lansweeper does not need to install a client on your workstations; all scanning is done through the use of WMI, file shares and remote registry access. This freeware software is used in many universities, schools and companies. Features in Lansweeper 3.1 include: run the server application on as many servers as you like; use with unlimited clients (no restrictions); reporting: over 75 hardware, software, network & server reports included; software and operating system licensing reports and license cost calculation; launch custom commands and programs from the web interface to support your clients (remote control, ping, event viewer, remote screenshot,); Win32 Gui to make easy configuration changes; intuitive new web interface; asset tag vendor integration, and Wake On Lan support (WOL).


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