Here are some Windows programs I wrote a while back. Usually I just write quick and dirty programs for performing some task or other, but occasionally I finish something so other people can use it. I've not written Windows software for a while.
A program to extract individual JPG images from the MPO file created by the Fuji FinePix Real 3D camera.
Have you ever had a file which has lost its extension or got the wrong extension, and you don't know what kind of file it is, or what program to open it with? This program will add the correct extensions to files based on an analysis of the file contents. It detects over 200 different popular file-types.
Benford's Law is an equation used in statistics to detect fraud, among other things. This program does a simple Benford's Law Analysis.
This is a small program for creating and editing POK files. These are files used by ZX Spectrum emulators to hold 'poke' values, which allow you to cheat at games.
TrueType Font Renamer
It annoyed me that the fonts on my computer had cryptic filenames, rather than the name of the font, so I wrote this program to rename TTF files to something a bit more user-friendly. Get it here (8K).
File Extension Count
This is a quick and dirty program to discover how many files are on a drive, listed by extension (fewest to most). Get it here (8K).
Just a little program that lists your environment variables. Get it here (4K).
These programs are a bit pointless now. They were written in Turbo Pascal in the mid-nineties, to run on MS-DOS. I'm only really including them for the comedy value.
A replacement for the DOS command DIR. This version colours files depending on the extension. Get it here.
This stops people 'undeleting' files, by overwriting them with garbage and renaming them before being deleted. Get it here.
This allows you to import 2-colour Windows bitmap images into ZX Spectrum snapshot files. Get it here.