TAG | Random software
That was hell of a long title. Holy damn. Anyway, lets show you guys some pictures! What’s Simple MiniUPnPC? WHY DO I ALWAYS WRITE THAT IN THE BEGINNING. Oh god. I’m getting tired. To be honest, just recently I’ve just made 3 blog posts and scheduled them later this week so something actually will happen […]
Congratulations! I have saved your a**. No, not really, but this little neat software may help you on your way! It randomly picks out a question once-in-a-while and asks you it. If you fail, you get another question, and so on until you actually answer right. You may also choose to take another question, undepending on if you’re right or wrong. It comes with an automatically generating timer, which you set to an interval (in minutes), say, you want a question each 4-8 minutes, you got it! There’s also a nice little debug text, a totally unnecessary quit button and a test button. The little checkbox at the right of the first timer interval shows if it’s enabled or not. So does the little debug text under debug & quit, too, but it also shows what the timer’s at (in minutes). Please note that it does not count down automatically, so don’t worry if it doesn’t change. If you press the test button several times, you may also get a cookie!
(that was a joke, haha, fat chance)
What’s dSuite, you might ask? Well, the answer can be made really simple. It’s an upgraded version of StartupTracker (which is a autostart tracker and manager that makes it easy to find anything that gets onto your system directly on boot or login), combined with a powerful hostsmanager (manager of the hosts file that may redirect DNS-names to certain IPs on your local computer). Okay, powerful might be a little too aggressive word for what it does (and the bugs it includes), however, you may still find this pretty useful!
It also includes an absolutely wonderful and astonishing little embedded Internet Explorer window that, when activated, shows you my latest tweets. It’s totally unnecessary but I love it anyway.
You computer engineers / scientist that help people with their computers may find this very useful. I’ve used it on a bunch of people, cousins, girlfriend, best friends grandmas dog, petcetera and so on.
I feel like I’m funny. I’m not. Download it here!