Advanced driver for Apple Mac USB- and Bluetooth-attached mice. Additional functions include allocation of shortcuts to mouse buttons and scroll wheels, and to set cursor speed. Also works with Windows mice.
Runs scheduled backups of SQL server databases. Zips and encrypts these backups and saves them onto networks or FTP servers (depending on which version you are using). Available in several versions (Free, Lite, Standard Pro).
Graphical development platform for synthesising and manipulating streams of graphics and data in real time. Designed for the development of multimedia applications and software prototypes. Enables the integration and addressing of external devices like sensors or MIDI controllers. Supports a multitude of standards including DirectX, MIDI, XML and HTTP.
Tool for extracting text and metadata from PDF documents, based on the Text Extraction Toolkit (TET). You can use it with programs that support Microsoft’s IFilter interface, such as SharePoint or SQL Server, to create a full-text index for PDF archives. Non-commercial use on desktop systems is free.
Allows you to view the file structure of iOS devices so you can copy data via USB from a mobile device to a PC and use the device as a USB stick. Provides direct access to photos, videos, music and ringtones. Contains adware.
Modifies the bitrate of MP3 and MP2 files to reduce file size. Retains ID3 tags and folder structure, and settings can be accurately adjusted as needed. Advanced tasks such as downsampling and changing the used channels are also possible. No installation required.
Multi-platform programming language designed for web and database use. Supports HTML and XML as well as databases such as Oracle, Sybase, Postgre and MySQL. Offers interfaces to external C/C++ libraries.
Web browser with minimal menu and tool bars. Supports searches from the address line using the WebCore component of the Webkit rendering engine as its kernel. Offers activated pre-rendering ‘instant pages’ that load and build entire web pages in the background so they’re ready should the user access them.