Acovel is a cross-platform media player (currently running on Linux and Windows). It features an intelligent algorithm that will analyze both ID3 (v1 ahd v2) tags and filenames to fill up its music collection database. Its search feature is very fast. It is currently limited to playing albums, but upcoming versions will make it a full-featured media player.
AcpiTool is a Linux ACPI client. It's a small command line application, intended to be a replacement for the apm tool. The primary target audience are laptop users, since these people are most interested in things like battery status, thermal status and the ability to suspend (sleep mode). The program simply accesses the /proc/acpi or /sysfs entries to get or set ACPI values. A computer running a Linux kernel from the 2.4.x or 2.6.x series with ACPI enabled is needed. It also supports various extensions for Toshiba, Asus, and IBM Thinkpad laptops.
Acrony is an online multiplayer word game that you can play either through your browser (any OS with Shockwave) or a Windows/Wine executable. The game consists of making the most entertaining phrase that matches a provided acronym, and then voting on who did the best job of it. An example for “F.B.A.” might be “Free Beer Anyone?” Integrated features include chat, a forum, user stats, and more.
Actim allows you to send and retrieve files, and to call command line programs on a target machine via emails. The application can handle both synchronous and asynchronous requests with basic security features. It has both command line and graphical user interfaces. This can be useful if, for example, your home PC does not have any access to your office workstation which is behind the company firewall.
ActivDesk adds a powerful and feature rich help desk system to your Web site. It was created to streamline customer communications and support with a ticketing system. It was created to be user friendly in every aspect. It is highly customizable to be completely re-brandable so that it can fit the look and feel of your Web site. It eliminates spam and related problems. It also comes with built-in knowledge base functionality to turn resolved tickets into knowledge base entries, and has many more features.
ABISS (Active Block I/O Scheduling System) is an extension for the Linux kernel that implements priorities for disk IO operations, and that provides a means for applications to use these priorities to obtain real-time (e.g. a guaranteed data rate) and prioritized best-effort services. The kernel code is supported by a user space daemon and a library.