Lingo Home has a few Win 2000/XP utilities, <img src=/S/free.gif border=0 alt=free width=30 height=15> for non-commercial ventures.

OpenWide was written to avoid a few [more] minor annoyances with Windows. This program allows you to specify the position and size of Windows' Open and Save dialog boxes, and also to specify where the initial focus should be and which view will be the default.

PathEd is designed to simplify the editing of the %PATH% environment variable on Windows 2000 and up.
If you don't know what the path is or why you would want to edit it, then this program is not for you!

Pro was written to save time with creating prototypes for C and C++ code. This evolved into the second version, which was almost a complete rewrite, becoming Pro2, which goes much further, acting as a virtual database for functions. Pro2 will scan a file or directory, and index all the functions defined. You can then copy the source, the prototype or a call to any function indexed. You can also view the source of a function, compare different functions, search by regular expression for a function, and launch an editor to open the source file. There is also a text-only mode, useful for integration with your favourite editor. This can allow you to list the functions in a file you work on. This can be very useful with PellesC for instance.

Not tested by me... I'm just the messenger! <img src=/S/smile.gif border=0 alt=smile width=15 height=15>