[AI] E Utilities

Syed Imran syed.fame at gmail.com
Wed Aug 22 19:01:23 EDT 2007

Dear Prashant

You can protect your files using winzip password option. You can either make 
those files as EXE or ZIP, but distribution of EXE files I think, is 
illegal. I still have to search for proper, accessible, free encription 
tool. Our other members might have come across such encription utility, 
which I feel they are going to share in a couple of replys to this mail.

With best regards
Syed Imran
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Prashant Naik" <pranaik at gmail.com>
To: <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
Sent: Tuesday, August 21, 2007 8:58 PM
Subject: Re: [AI] E Utilities

Hi Imran,

Can you also suggest some good softwares or utilities (free or paid) for
encrypting or copy protecting files when we want to write them on CD or pen
drive.  A very good copy protection software/utility i am looking for.


Prashant Naik

On 8/22/07, Syed Imran <syed.fame at gmail.com> wrote:
> Deccan Herald » Cyber Space » Detailed Story
> E Utilities
> N S Soundar Rajan
> Sendago
> Sendago is a desktop cum web utility to share files that are too large for
> sending as email attachments. Sendago is not an online file storage 
> service
> but a good alternate to email attachments. You can either use Sendago as a
> standalone application or integrate it with Outlook - emails are sent via
> Outlook but the files are uploaded to Sendago servers. Among the other
> features of Sendago are: a 10 GB of online storage for free - this means
> files of virtually unlimited size can be shared; the desktop uploader cum
> file manager keeps of track of all files that you have sent via Sendago - 
> if
> you wish to send the same file to a different set of people there would be
> no need to it upload again, Sendago would just use the existing file;
> thumbnails of pictures makes it easy to make selections; Sendago can track
> the number of times a file has been downloaded by the recipients - this 
> info
> can be seen on the desktop itself, no need to open Sendago website. How 
> does
> it work? Sendago V1.1 can be downloaded at
> http://www.sendago.com/downloadsendago.aspx. An FAQ of Sendago can be
> found at http://www.sendago.com/faq.aspx
> Madotate
> Madotate can prove to be a useful alternative to minimizing Windows. It is
> a simple tool that adds 3D effect to your inactive windows. Once you run
> Madotate it adds another function button to all the windows, right next to
> the minimize button. Pressing this button causes the window to acquire a 
> 3D
> effect and the window moves aside. You can change the position of the 
> window
> using your left mouse button and as you move, it maintains the perspective
> with relation to the original position. By using the right mouse button 
> you
> can change the perspective or even change the axis. Madotate offers quite 
> a
> few settings to customize the appearance as well as behavior of the 3D
> windows, like setting the transparency, zooming in/out the windows, adding
> sound to the transitions etc. Madotate can be downloaded at
> http://davc73.free.fr/madotate/Madotate_2.02.02.zip (Source : Dang Quoc
> Khanh)
> LocalCooling
> With LocalCooling you can help the fight against global warming from your
> desktop. LocalCooling is an advanced power management tool that helps
> conserve resources by powering down your PC when it is not in use.
> LocalCooling is a free tool that automatically optimizes your PC's power
> consumption by using a more effective power save mode than the Microsoft
> standard. LocalCooling offers several advantages over the standard Windows
> power manager, provides an overview of the estimated PC power usage, and a
> statistical report that shows how much power has been conserved over time.
> The program can automatically turn off your monitor, shut down or 
> hibernate
> your PC after X minutes of inactivity, and also offers an option to 
> suspend
> the shutdown if a certain program is running or if the shutdown would 
> occur
> before a specific time of day.  LocalColling requires Windows XP to
> run,  can be downloaded at
> http://download.uniblue.com/localcooling/localcooling-1.04.exe
> Volumouse
> Details of a older version of this utility was carried in this column a
> year ago. Now, Volumouse has been updated and its version 1.50 is
> available. What can Volumouse do? It can provide a quick and easy way to
> control the sound volume on your system - simply by rolling the wheel of
> your wheel mouse. It allows you to define a set of rules for determining
> when the wheel will be used for changing the sound volume. For example: 
> You
> can configure Volumouse to use your mouse wheel for volume control when 
> the
> Alt key is hold down, when the left mouse button is down, when the mouse
> cursor is over the taskbar, and so on. System Requirements: 32-bit Windows
> operating system: Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, 
> Windows
> XP, Windows Server 2003, or Windows Vista, Wheel mouse and Sound card. 
> There
> are 2 methods to install Volumouse on your system: Manual Installation 
> (For
> advanced users) and Automatic Installation . You can download Volumouse 
> for
> manual installation at http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/volumouse.zip and the
> self-install executable one for automatic installation at
> http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/volumouse_setup.exe
> http://www.deccanherald.com/Content/Aug222007/cyberspace2007082120522.asp
> With best regards
> Syed Imran
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