This program makes it harder for someone to decompile your program with reflector. How to use: Select your .net compiled program and click patch. To make it so you are able to open the binary with reflector simply select the file and click “Restore File”
This program may throw false positives with some anti virus software.
Often times I edit files and I end up with files with (1) appended to the file name. This can get pretty annoying to have to go back and clean that up. Well that’s no longer a problem now that I solved with with an easy to use program that does the work for you.
This was something that I started maybe last year and well with work and other things I haven’t been able to really put work into it. As of now I finally got the windows portion of the program done and all that needs to be done is the web part.
The image below isn’t what the final product would look like, I just wanted to get it functional.
Set time, seconds, minutes, or hours
Able to have it load when windows starts
Minimizes after you start the cycle, all you do to bring it back is goto you tray and either double click the icon or right click restore
Since I tend to sleep with music yet need an alarm clock to wake me, it doesn’t work both ways. I’ll put a shuffled playlist on and it goes on and on and on. Because of that I couldnt hear the alarm and I wouldn’t wake up. So I came up with the idea to make a program that would (after the selected ammount of time) close the zune player so I could wake up. It’s more of a program for me but I figured there could be some people out there who may have the same problem or just want it to turn off after so long.
I am currently in the process of moving the content from the original site to this one. It was something that I should have done a while ago but I kinda forgot about it. Well with me getting several emails about the links to alot of my programs being down due to the recent closing of megaupload. I decided I would rearchive them and move them on to this server and finally close the other site down