Active@ KillDisk - allows you to destroy all data on hard disks, SSD & USB disks completely DSpeech - designed to read written text aloud Gaia Sky - a real-time, 3D, astronomy visualization software developed in the framework of ESA's Gaia mission Simutrans - an open-source transportation simulation game Startup Sentinel - gives full control over the software loaded on your PC The Dude - dramatically improve the way you manage your network environment Win10 BrightnessSlider - places an icon in your taskbar to quickly change your monitor brightness anytime
DSpeech is a text to speech program designed to read written text aloud as well as also choosing sentences to be pronounced based on your vocal answers.
It is designed to be simple but practical and includes an ASR (Automatic Speech Recognition) functionality which comes fully integrated. You have the option to save the output as WAV, MP3, AAC, WMA or OGG formats as well as a quick selection of different voices, the ability to combine them or juxtapose them to build dialogues between different voice outputs. DSpeech integrates a vocal recognition system that, through a simple script language, will permit the creation of interactive dialogues with the user. And it can also allow you to configure the voices independently including full compatibility with most vocal engines that are SAPI 4-5 compliant.
DSpeech will also permit you to change the features of the voices dynamically during the playback (speed, volume, and frequency), to insert pauses, emphasize particular words, or even to spell them out. You can additionally set up the sound quality and specific hardware for recording and will allow you to capture and reproduce the content from the ClipBoard.
Gaia Sky [152 MB+] Win XP - Win 10/OSx/Linux Freeware
Gaia Sky is a real-time, 3D, astronomy visualization software developed in the framework of ESA's Gaia mission to chart about 1 billion stars in our Galaxy.
Gaia Sky allows you to move through the cosmos and descend to the surface of any planet and even do a close-up inspection of Gaia including its movement in the sky and its altitude. All of this can be done in 3D with four stereoscopic modes; Anaglyphic (red-cyan), VR headset, 3DTV, and cross-eye.
Controllers and gamepads are also supported. You can also record and playback videos you create.
Gaia Sky has been translated into English, German, Spanish, and Catalan with more languages expected later.
For those who love cruising the solar system, Gaia Sky will keep you entertained for hours.
Simutrans [4.3 MB] Win XP - Win 10/OSx/Linux/BeOSSep Open Source
Simutrans is an open-source transportation simulation game.
The goal is to establish a successful transport company and build the necessary infrastructure to transport passengers, mail and goods between cities, factories and touristic attractions by land, air, and water.
You can challenge yourself in a normal game, trying to make your company successful and rich. Or you can just relax and have some fun playing with no hurry or money, just for your enjoyment and the satisfaction of transporting everything.
The Dude [2.6 MB] Win XP - Win 10/OSx/Linux Freeware
The Dude network monitor is an application by MikroTik which can dramatically improve the way you manage your network environment. It will automatically scan all devices within specified subnets, draw and layout a map of your networks, monitor services of your devices and alert you in case some service has problems.
The Dude includes many features like auto-network discovery and layout, device, link monitoring, and notifications, it also allows you to draw your own maps and add custom devices and includes SVG icons for devices, and supports custom icons and backgrounds. It supports NMP, ICMP, DNS and TCP monitoring for devices that support it and allows direct access to remote control tools for device management.
Win10_BrightnessSlider places an icon in your taskbar to quickly change your monitor brightness anytime.
If you find yourself changing screen brightness frequently and are looking for a free, portable, unobtrusive app, then look no further. Just run Win10BrightnessSlider.exe, and you'll be able to click the tray icon and drag the slider from 0-100% brightness. Otherwise, you can exit or run at startup. That's about it.
We did run into an unhandled exception that appears to be related to Microsoft .Net so be sure you have the latest Microsoft .Net installed. Otherwise, click on continue and the app will work fine.