AudioLink is a tool that makes searching for music on your local storage media easier and faster. Your searches can include a variety of criteria, like male artists, female artists, band, genre, etc. It is flexible: you can use a command line interface or your choice of multiple GUIs, design your own search criteria, etc. You can search MP3 and Ogg files and use AudioLink to categorize your music collection.
DragStacK is a kicker applet, a stack of files. It was inspired by the drop stack of the PathFinder file manager for OS X. Users can drop as many files on it as they want. To get the files out of the stack they just need to be dragged out. The last file that was dropped on the stack is the first file that can be dragged out of it. It does not keep the files themselves in the stack, only their paths. It can also handle stacking URLs and directories.
OwenShow is an open-source file browser demonstrating various techniques/failures in Borland Kylix/Delphi code, including fork, drop/drag, and much more. Unlike other browers, directories are scanned explicitly and, if desired, to full depth, i.e. to get detailed descriptions of directory trees. Finding directories/files is supported by inexact/exact cumulative search.
DiskSearch is a tool for searching for files on all your removable media disks, including CDs, ZIP disks, and backup tapes. It allows you to search for songs on your MP3 CDs or for a document on your backup DVDs. For advanced queries, a regular expression search mode is provided. Searches are based on a simple database file, which needs to be filled once by adding all your disks to it.
segusoLand is a file manager and desktop environment that enables users to specify any kind of action in a very uniform way, with an artificial intelligence feature that aids by showing only the relevant options. It features a completely new user interaction paradigm called "reciprocal list narrowing".