|TVicPort is a toolkit for direct port I/O
from Win32 applications. TVicPort includes transparent support
for Windows 95/98/Me and Windows NT/2000/XP/XP 64-bit, providing
programmers with standard methods for real-time direct access
to port and memory mapped I/O - without requiring you to write
a custom virtual device driver for Windows 9x/Me or a kernel-mode
driver for NT/2000/XP/XP 64-bit. Brand new 64-bit offers intelligent
support for 64-bit solutions.
|TVicRes is a 32-bit Delphi class allowing
you to get info about the hardware resources (port i/o areas,
physical memory areas, IRQs, DMA channels) used by any hardware
device installed to the system. TVicRes includes transparent
support for Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000.
|MultiRes provides the home user with a
free and simple solution for changing resolution, color depth
and refresh rate under every operating system from Windows
95 to XP. Its support for command-line parameters make it
an effective tool for the home administrator trying to satisfy
conflicting family preferences. Moreover, a robust scripting
facility make licensed versions of MultiRes a handy tool for
network administrators on a tight budget.
|Monitor Asset Manager serves a dual purpose.
Free for personal use, MonInfo captures and translates all
the data passed by the monitor to the display driver and on
to the operating system - revealing, for example, the reasons
behind limitations on resolution and refresh rate, and the
monitor manufacturer's recommended timings. For the enterprise,
licensed versions of MonInfo fill a gap in existing asset
management software by silenting generating SMS-compliant
reports on connected display devices.
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