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Windows Startup Manager

Windows Startup Manager 3.0

Take total control over your Windows startup. Manage all auto-start programs, create profiles to choose from during startup. Anti-virus protection. Turbo Mode to get the best performance of your computer as possible. Advanced access control.

Rohos Welcome

Rohos Welcome 1.1

Rohos replaces typical Windows login screen and allows to access your system via USB flash drive; Automatically lock your desktop upon removal of an USB drive; Estimate the time you spend on the computer; Control access to shared folders and more.

Taskbar Manager

Taskbar Manager 2.3

Hide and Rearrange applications on your taskbar, Manage the startup programs and Schedule automatic system shutdown.

Update Pack

Update Pack 1.70

Substitutes Windows logos...

Windows Gold Edition Splash Pack

Windows Gold Edition Splash Pack 1.0

This is a set of Logo (Startup) Screens I've created for Windows 95.

Cindy Crawford Splash Screen Pack

Cindy Crawford Splash Screen Pack 1.0

This is a set of Logo (Startup) Screens created for Windows 9X/ME using images of Cindy Crawford.

Too Happy Splash Pack

Too Happy Splash Pack 1.0

This is a set of Logo (Startup) Screens I've created for Windows 95 based on the "Happy Face" image

Logo Organizer 2000

Logo Organizer 2000 5.00

  • Shareware
  • 18.00$
  • 08-May-2009
  • 1.3 KB

Are you tired of always seeing the same boring clouds when you start and shut down your PC? Now you can change your life! With Logo Organizer 2000 you can change them easily and quickly. You only have to define a logo set (a group of three images tha...

WinFront: Mountain marmots

WinFront: Mountain marmots 1.0

Replaces your current MS-Windows startup screen with an photo of two mountain marmots. A copy of your old startup screen is kept.

BootBot

BootBot 2.0

An enhanced version of the Windows shut down screen that lets you shut down and restart your computer in a specific version of Windows. If you have ever restarted your computer with the intention of booting into a different operating system, walked a...