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Windows on the Web
This utility performs many tasks unattended, including connecting and disconnecting from your ISP, ftp transfers, sending and receiving e-mail messages, loading Web pages and posting Usenet news. $29.95
2. Beyond Compare 1.3a
A directory and file comparison utility wrapped up in one, Beyond Compare gives you a side-by-side comparison of two directories or two text files.
Here's a fast and easy way to view and manipulate your image files. Viewing options include browse, thumbnail, print, and zoom in and out. EZ-Viewer supports JPG, GIF, BMP, TIF, ICO and WMF files, among others.
4. FlickerFree Player
This Windows multimedia player can handle all MCI-enabled files and all files for which an FPI file plug-in is provided.
5. Hard Disk LED
Simulating a hard disk light that flashes during disk activity, the Hard Disk LED icon sits in the Windows 95 system tray and blinks every time the system accesses devices.
6. Internet Accelerator 4.1
Internet Accelerator is a full-function address book for several Internet programs, including Netscape Navigator, Eudora, Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft Internet Explorer, AOL and CompuServe.
7. JackHammer 1.0
This cool tool lets you attempt to access continually busy sites or download files in the background and notifies you when your mission is accomplished.
8. GIF Animator
This beta release of Microsoft's graphics app lets you create animated GIFs with ease. It provides thumbnail views of each frame, palette selection, dithering, looping, a variety of undraw methods, transparency options and a comment field for each frame.
9. RAS+ 95
Let this Windows 95 Remote Access Service (RAS) Dial-Up Networking enhancement drive the RAS engine for you. It supports the Dial-Up Scripting Tool and imports your current RAS entries.
10. WorldMerge 2.1
e-mail merge client application, WorldMerge allows you to broadcast customized e-mail messages to multiple recipients quickly and easily.
Compiled by David Hafke
Get pricing and product descriptions, and download the software from our online locations. Shareware programs are also available on our CD-ROM (see p. 22)
Windows Magazine, April 1997, page 311.