Windows Explorer Plugins


The Aim of this post is to provide info. about Windows Explorer plugins that are FREE and small in size but providing some ‘useful’ (yeah, literally) functions that we can use in daily life. I think we can all agree that Windows Explorer is one the sh**tiest explorers around. When you try to move a folder and an error occurs, you can’t do anything about it. When you need to open multiple folders in a single window, there is no such thing.
Plugin Fac ecerocks

(Don’t you wonder Why the heck did I put that box there…. was just playing around in Photoshop when I ended up with that…. Also see the Coloring I tried at the end of this post… it turned out to bee good… atleast better than this box up here… hehe…)

Windows Explorer Plugins provide that extra-needed functionality, thanks to those jobless (or rich) programmers out there…. hehe….
The description to each of these plugins is given at the bottom of the table…

Name

Purpose

Size

Download

Folder View

Shows sizes of folders and files in the same column in Explorer

224 KB

Download

QTTabBar

Tabbed Browsing/Folder Navigation using Mouse, and many more

494 KB

Download

TeraCopy

Copy and Move files at the maximum possible speed, with Pause/Resume support

1.53 MB

Download

DM2

Floating Box, Hide Windows and Applications,Minimize to tray, Opacity, etc

152 KB

Download

Explorer BreadCrumbs

Quickly see and navigate through the entire folder hierarchy without leaving the current window

333 KB

Download

iColorFolder

customize the color of every Windows XP folder

1.4 MB
6.9 MB

Download
SkinPack

Lyrics Plugin

View lyrics automatically in Windows Media Player or Winamp when a song is played.

78.1 KB
62.4 KB

MediaPlayer
Winamp

The Word - ‘F***’

I’m sorry for this ‘F-Word’ Post, but people, this is one heck of a clip. I laughed to death when I first heard it in my Intermediate in a friends house (when ‘having an internet connection’ and ‘being in heaven’ were considered the same). I searched for it high and low from then but I couldn’t find it because I remember the content of the clip but I didn’t know anything else. Anyways, I am also posting a description of the caption below the player…. (and the process in which I included the mp3 player also at the end… hehe…. )

Mind you, I’ve changed the spelling of the word to - “Fcuk”. I just don’t want to spoil the kids out there (or rather, I don’t want the ratings of my site to go down in google.com…hehe)

If You Printed the Internet…

Paper SketchHere’s a funny thought. What would happen, if someone decides to print “The Internet” (I mean Literally) ?? I can’t imagine of a purpose for doing this silly thing, but IF someone decides to do that… then the cause and effect would be as follows….

 

If You Printed the Internet: Inkjet

 

Amazing Art – 3D Murals

Here’s Artist JOHN PUGH, one heck of a guy who paints 3D Murals on the Walls of Buildings. What’s so special about this guy? See for yourself…

Creative & Funny Advertisements

Here are some of the most Hilarious (yet Creative) Commercials that found their way to me (through mails of course). I hope the advertisers don’t mind me using their images without their Permission… I’m advertising afterall, and I think I’m the one who needs to be paid… :D.

There are a lot of Images. So Patience is one of the Key Virtues when viewing this…. :)

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This is THE best Conversation…. …

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I would like to see the expressions on those Chickens …

One of the Best Answers

I absolutely LOVE this one. The guy who answered seems like my type, that is the same way in which many of us answer our JNTU Question Papers, full of reasoning and Bakwaas… :) Read and ENJOY.

The following is an actual question given on a University of Washington Chemistry mid term. The answer by one student was so 'profound' that the professor shared it with colleagues, via the Internet, which is, of course, why we now have the pleasure of enjoying it as well :

Bonus Question: Is Hell exothermic (gives off heat) or endothermic (absorbs heat)? Most of the students wrote proofs of their beliefs using Boyle's Law (gas cools when it expands and heats when it is compressed) or some variant.