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Kclock for Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP...

kclock-vista.exe - {version 4.00.0007}. A stay-on-top clock with a few useful add-ons:
alarm clock, calendar, contacts, directory creator, file and system information tools, text editor, text directory viewer, color pickers, screen ruler, stikky notes, wallpaper changer, screensavers...
for Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7
Updated August 25 2009
Size on disk: 2.38 MB (2,498,560 bytes)
setup program md5sum: 482813e6020222c1e5c7c28119c1bac7


an outdated screen shot
md5sum of the outdated screenshot picture: 8ee0ddfb5c60bb42ccd1a62e22892432





Note: This is not the KDE kclock. When I started my kclock project
in 1997, I didn't know what KDE was, and now I'm just too danged
old to care. Now get off my lawn ya darn kids!

Kclock for Windows 9x...

kclock-9x.exe - {version 2.00.0137}. A stay-on-top clock with a few useful add-ons.
for Windows 95, Windows 98, and Windows Me
1.33 MB
md5sum: a37c07f5a3c9a590893094729ecd57c9

KclockLite.zip, also for Win9x
8 kb zipped, 25 kb unzipped
...but of course, you'll still need vb40032.dll (411 kb self-extracting zip file)


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All programs below are for Win95, Win98 and WinMe
These are for Win95, Win98 and WinMe. Some won't work with XP or Vista.
Like all of my programs, there is no chance of anything happening to your computer, because
my programs don't touch your system files.

standalone executables (included with the clock)


Disk free space - freespace.zip  6kb zipped, 18kb unzipped


Screen ruler - ksruler.zip  11kb zipped, 156kb unzipped


Mouse trap - mousetrap.zip  5kb zipped, 16kb unzipped


Wallpaper changer - WallPaPa.zip  6kb zipped, 18kb unzipped


Create shortcuts on the desktop - shortcut.zip  6kb zipped, 18kb unzipped


www.zip  9kb zipped, 25kb unzipped


alarm clock
screen painter
calendar
contacts
editor
font viewer
colors

process viewer
directory creator
file properties
file renamer
sticky notes
task list
file date changer




All programs require vb40032.dll (411 kb self-extracting zip file), included with the kclock

And possibly:
Comdlg32.ocx
richtx32.ocx
...also included with the kclock, all of which should go into the same directory as the program requiring it.







Animated Startup, Shutdown and Wait .sys files for Win9x SYS files
Screenshot (opens in a new window)





Freeware
These were meant for Windows98 and WindowsMe and run flawlessly therein. I use them all
with Windows XP too, but there are some minor bugs feature changes, none of
which matter.

Before downloading anything from anywhere, scan it with an antivirus and have a backup system
in place. Here's a refresher course on "System Restore": http://askbobrankin.com/system_restore.html
Since you're probably Smarter and Better Looking than the average plebe, you
want a disk imaging system: http://www.langa.com/newsletters/2003/2003-07-03.htm#2

Screensavers
These all work great with Win95, Win98 and WinMe. However...the password function
doesn't always work with XP and Vista. I've kept most of these in the XP-Vista editon
of kclock, but removed the password function.

sf2.zip a Shining Force 2 screensaver
(144 kb zipped, 752 unzipped)

SSfrog2.zip dancing frog screensaver
21 kb zipped, 172 kb unzipped
For Win95, Win98 and WinMe, not tested on Win2k, runs with minor bugs in WinXP


gradient2.zip gradients similar to Setup program gradients
8 kb zipped, 52 kb unzipped
For Win95, Win98 and WinMe, not tested on Win2k, runs with minor bugs in WinXP


britney6.zip Britney Spears screen saver
1.01 M zipped
For Win95, Win98 and WinMe, not tested on Win2k, runs with minor bugs in WinXP


MeltSaver.zip Screen Meltdown
6 kb zipped, 19 kb unzipped
For Win95, Win98 and WinMe, not tested on Win2k, runs with minor bugs in WinXP


snowsave.zip Snow saver
5 kb zipped, 16 kb unzipped
For Win95, Win98 and WinMe, not tested on Win2k, runs with minor bugs in WinXP






Desktop Themes

ThemeSimpsons.zip the Simpsons desktop theme

(465 kb zipped, 1.02 mb unzipped)
For Win95, Win98 and WinMe, not tested on Win2k, runs with minor bugs in WinXP

simpcons.zip Simpsons icons not included in the theme (80 kb zipped, 172 kb unzipped)



For Windows98 & WindowsMe:
Startup and Shutdown .sys files










*nix
The Linux fortune file

Linux installation notes

crypto



Windows 95, Windows 98 and Windows Millenium icon notes and tips

Blank icon titles on the Desktop:
Right-click a shortcut on your Desktop and select Rename from the shortcut menu. While holding down the [Alt] key, type 0160 and press [Enter]. Special characters can also be used for icon title text. This is much better if you've selected 'Underline icons only when I point at them' in the Folder Options menu.








Display Full-Color Icons
Now that you've got all those glorious new icons on your desktop, you'll want to see them in their best light. By default,older versions of Windows displays icons in 4-bit color (16 colors). To display icons in photo-realistic 16- or 24-bit color you must change a Registry key. To do so, click your Start button, click Run, and type regedit. Navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\ControlPanel\desktop\WindowMetrics. If you don't have a value in the right pane called Shell Icon BPP, select Edit, New, String Value, then type in Shell Icon BPP, and press Enter. Double-click on Shell Icon BPP and change it to 16 (for 16-bit color) or 24 (for 24-bit color)...pick the one that matches your monitor settings. Restart Windows to make the change stick.

A word of caution: regedit doesn't have an Undo. If you change something, it's changed. If you change something Windows needs to run properly...it won't. On the other hand, Windows is a lot more fun if you poke it (if you're a geek like us, anyway). My advice: make a backup of the registry and learn how to restore it from DOS. See how to do it and look over my registry, explorer and windows tips at notes, and take note of the disclaimer at the top of the page before bitching at me complaining. Thanks!

 

To change the icon associated with My Computer, find the Registry key HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CLSID\{20d04fe0-3aea-1069-a2d8 -08002b30309d}\DefaultIcon. Double-click on the (Default) entry (in NT it's <No Name>: REG_EXPAND_SZ) and change it to the icon you want. For example, if you used Shell32.dll,13, you'd get the globe icon from Shell32.dll.
Similarly, you can change the Network Neighborhood icon's picture by looking for CLSID {208d2c60-3aea-1069-a2d7-08002b30309d}; Microsoft Network with CLSID {00028b00-0000-0000-c000-000000000046}; Inbox with {00020d75-0000-0000-c000-000000000046}; and Internet Explorer with {fbf23b42-e3f0-101b-8488-00aa003e56f8}. Restart Windows or hit F5 to put your changes into effect. For some reason, sometimes a restart won't show the new icons...they're being cached. If you have TweakUI installed, go to the Repair tab, and click the Rebuild Icons button.
While you're revamping your desktop icons, you'll probably want to change the Recycle Bin icon. Doing so is slightly more complex. In both Windows 95 and NT, the picture that's displayed on the Desktop is located in the CLSID {645ff040-5081-101b-9f08-00aa002f954e}\DefaultIcon key's (Default) value. Whenever you empty the Recycle Bin, the picture stored in the empty value of this same key gets copied into the (Default) value--and that picture appears on the Desktop. As soon as you dump one file into the Recycle Bin, the picture stored in the full value is copied into the (Default) value. So you must make sure to change both values.

Of course, later editions of Windows will let you change these without playing with the registry.



Speaking of the Recycle Bin...

To add Rename and Delete to the right-click context menu, open Regedit and go to:
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CLSID\{645FF040-5081-101B-9F08-00AA002F954E}\ShellFolder
and edit the Binary value to:
70 01 00 20

If you don't see the Recycle bin at that key, try:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\CLASSES\CLSID\{645FF040-5081-101B-9F08-00AA002F954E}

Note: Editing a binary value is a little more tricky than editing a string value. Export the key to safe place before trying it for the first time.

Shell icons
You already know you can go to:
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Paint.Picture\
double-click the DefaultIcon, replace it with "%1" (so its ""%1"" when you click 'OK'), and Windows will show the bitmap as the icon instead of using the default icon for all bitmaps. You can also do the same thing with HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\dllfile\DefaultIcon for .dll files and HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\cplfile\DefaultIcon for Control Panel icons.




Custom folder icons

Navigate to the folder whom's icon you want to change, right-click and select New -> Text Document, and rename it to:
desktop.ini
Here's a two line desktop.ini file pointing to an icon:

[.ShellClassInfo]
IconFile=c:\windows\cursors\icon.ico


Here's a three line desktop.ini file pointing to shell32.dll:

[.ShellClassInfo]
IconFile=C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\Pifmgr.dll
IconIndex=35

Now open a DOS prompt (Start Menu -> Programs -> MS-DOS Prompt) and type:
attrib +s c:\path\to\foldername
This makes it a system folder, which you can see by right-clicking and selecting 'Properties'. To remove the System folder attribute, enter:
attrib -s c:\path\to\foldername
at the DOS prompt.





You can change shell icons through the registry at:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\explorer\Shell Icons
ZDNet has a tool called (a href="http://www.zdnet.com/pcmag/pctech/content/17/13/ut1713.001.html")DecoMenu(/a) that will slice up a picture, make it into icons, and put it on the Start Menu. The icons can be anywhere on your disk. In this example, I've changed the open folder icon also:
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\explorer\Shell Icons]
"19"="C:\\PROGRAM FILES\\DECOMENU\\p1.ico"
"43"="C:\\PROGRAM FILES\\DECOMENU\\p2.ico"
"20"="C:\\PROGRAM FILES\\DECOMENU\\p3.ico"
"21"="C:\\PROGRAM FILES\\DECOMENU\\p4.ico"
"22"="C:\\PROGRAM FILES\\DECOMENU\\p5.ico"
"23"="C:\\PROGRAM FILES\\DECOMENU\\p6.ico"
"24"="C:\\PROGRAM FILES\\DECOMENU\\p7.ico"
"4"="c:\\windows\\linux.ico"
If you create a shortcut to a file, right click the shortcut and select 'Properties', there's a button labeled "Change Icon". Clicking it brings up a window with the icons in C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\SHELL32.DLL . You start counting at the top left as 0,1,2,3, second column is 4,5,6,7, etc. So to display a different icon representing an open folder, go to the registry location above and select New -> String Value, name it 4, and enter the path to your new icon, such as c:\windows\linux.ico (case insensitive, no quotes)
You need to refresh your icon cache before it'll show up using TweakUI or (ahem) my clock program's Icon Refresher


Note for Windows XP:
To change shell icons in Windows XP you have to edit explorer.exe




From Microsoft:

http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q132/6/68.asp
SYMPTOMS
Some icons in My Computer, Windows Explorer, on the desktop, or in the Quick Launch toolbar may randomly change.
CAUSE
This behavior can occur if the icon cache is not properly updated.
Using Registry Editor, add the "Max Cached Icons" (without quotation marks) string value with a value data of "500" (without quotation marks) to the following registry key:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer
and then restart your computer. If the icons are still incorrect, delete the ShellIconCache file. The Max Cached Icons value data range is between 100 and 2000. The default value is 500.



</Win9x icon notes>














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          12) "Specifications are for the weak and timid!"
          11) "This machine is a piece of GAGH! I
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          and they ALWAYS WIN THEM."
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          They will not concern us again."
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more bug cursors
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There's a few good ones, a few so-so ones, and a bunch of bad ones in each file.
These were frickin' awesome in 1996, grandpa....


To install in Windows:
Click the link and save the file to disc. Run your standard virus scan and unzip it into C:\Windows\cursors
Click the Start button, Settings, Control Panel, then Mouse, then the Pointers tab. You can delete the original .zip file after you've unzipped it.

 

 





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