A very nice collection of programs from this fellow

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  1. bgoodman4

    bgoodman4 Registered Member

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    I just came across this beautiful collection of little, highly utilitarian programs created by what sounds like 1 person (there are many dozens of programs to pick from so this fellow seems rather prolific to me).

    I did a search and the last post/thread about this site was in 2006 (and the 1 before that was in 2003). I think its a gem. Check it out.

    http://camtech2000.net/index.html

    PS: I have no connection to the site or its author.
     
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    It says that all herein is freeware--maybe. But the links are not all so!!!

    Some offering only trialware-- so beware so called--freeware--.
     
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    bgoodman4 Registered Member

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    The author is very clear about this on the home page
     

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    It's nice to see that Camtech2000 is still around.
    I used some of the programs long ago at W98SE, at least (as far as I remember) Copy This Path and RefreshEm.

    Yes, there is a very old (more general) thread from 2003:
    https://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=13098

    I don't use programs from Camtech2000 anymore at the moment.

    PS-1:
    Hey bgoodman4,
    Why not say in your thread title "Camtech2000" instead of "this fellow" ;) ;)

    PS-2:
    I mentioned "Copy This Path" from Camtech2000.
    I have replaced it long ago with "Ninotech Path Copy 4" on my XP-home. It is one of those programs I would not want to be without.
    http://www.novell.com/coolsolutions/tools/13986.html
    I really don't know whether it works on modern Windows OS like Vista or Win seven
     
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