Necromancer's Dos Navigator is a "Norton Commander" clone. It uses a well known text-mode interface, is highly customizable, and has a lot of features. Its key features are a text editor with syntax highlighting, horizontal/vertical blocks, multiple codepages, undo/redo, bookmarks, powerful searching, and regex; a file viewer with text view, asm/dump/hex edit, raw blocks, header viewer, search, regex, and unlimited filesize; a powerful filepanel with higlighting, VFSs, and filefind with textsearch and regex; a calculator; and more.
Kallimachos is a simple Web-based digital book-catalog intended for personal use. Books are indexed by title, author, translator, edition, genre, page number, and ISBN. You can insert a new book, enter the library, and search by any item. It also provides a system-info viewer. The installation is quick and simple, and the program has a user-friendly interface.
The LTOOLS are a set of command line tools for reading and writing Linux ReiserFS, ext2, and ext3 filesystems from DOS, Windows, Solaris, or Linux. The LTOOLS are useful for dual-boot configurations and system recovery. It features Java-based and .NET graphical interfaces, an Explorer-like interface in a Web browser, and a method of providing remote access to filesystems.
Xerver is a fast, tiny Web server which allows you to run CGI scripts (Perl, PHP, etc.), create aliases (virtual directories), allow/deny directory listings, create your own error pages ("404 Not Found"), allow/deny CGI scripts, password protect folders, choose your own index file extensions, share/unshare hidden files or files with certain file extensions, share unlimited folders, etc. It supports HTTP/0.9, HTTP/1.0, HTTP/1.1, and all HTTP methods (GET, POST and HEAD).
reversible hexdump is a hexdump/hex2bin-toolkit that dumps to a special readable and reversible hexadecimal byte-dump, where you can not only change bytes, but also insert or delete bytes. It has a flush-switch, where it will output hexbytes for each single char it reads. This is especially useful (imho) for watching output from slow devices (e.g., serial devices like mice). The hex2bin-utility (the reverse-hexdump) not only accepts hexbytes for input, but also double-quoted strings with most of the escape-chars known from C and makes good attempts at undumping even hexdumps with repetition-lines (a "*" on its own line). It's written in ANSI C.