Free Software Tools!
Here is some useful software to make your computing life easier.
Since these are free, no personalized technical assistance is available.
By downloading this software, you agree to the terms of the License Agreement
(no implied warranties of any kind are included).
Works on all 32 and 64-bit versions of Windows.
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so that we can continue to create new future software.
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Our most popular freeware, TinyTask provides quick & easy automation by recording/playback.
It is a case study in minimalist programming: the entire program is only 33k
-- and over 14k are graphics, which means the executable portion is very small and efficient.
It is used as the test harness for the "Recording" feature of vTask Studio.
New: now includes an EXE compiler!
Turn your recordings into standalone programs.
There's no installation, required files, or anything unnecessary...
just a tiny program, which doesn't touch your registry or system folders. Enjoy!
Increase your efficiency by automating your keyboard with TyperTask!
This tool simulates keyboard typing,
and can be used to instantly type common phrases.
Use it to automate chat conversations,
programming code blocks,
or anything else you can imagine.
It even has advanced automation features, including
and mouse clicks,
so it's capable of performing complex tasks.
Configuration is easy with simple text files.
It has vTask's powerful keyboard simulation engine,
so it can handle international codes and system keys such as <Control>.
The included help file demonstrates many TyperTask uses.
No installation required.
QwikMark provides fast and easy benchmarking.
Many excellent benchmark tools already exist, but QwikMark is unique because it tests everything on a single screen.
It was used to test Hardware commands for vTask Studio.
As with all benchmarking utilities, hardware performance measurements are an inexact science,
however QwikMark closely matches results from industry standards like
SiSoftware Sandra, and
The download is just a single file, no supporting files are required.
WhatChanged is a system utility that scans for modified files and registry entries. It is useful for checking program installations.
There are two steps for using WhatChanged:
1) First, take a snapshot to get the current state of the computer;
2) Second, run it again to check the differences since the previous snapshot.
WhatChanged uses the "brute force method" to check files and the registry.
* v1.07 update includes speed enhancements for better performance.