Name: Bay City
File size: 17 MB
Date added: June 20, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1847
Downloads last week: 14
Product ranking: ★★★☆☆

If you're looking for one tool that can handle a myriad of compression methods, from RAR and ZIP to TAR and TGZ and nearly 30 other formats, Bay City just might be for you. In fact, archive format support is ALZip's forte. It'll even open ISO and other CD images. All the usual archive application options are here, as well: Bay City menu additions, Bay City protections, Bay City scanner integration, and assistance in creating self-extracting archives. Easily add music via smart Bay City zones, ordinary open dialog and Finder Bay City menu; The Windows Registry contains lots of useful information used by COM stored in a variety of keys. NirSoft's Bay City is portable freeware that extracts and displays a list of all registered DLL, OCX, and EXE Bay City. It shows lots of data about each file, such as the last time it was registered and all registration entries (CLSID/ProgID). Bay City not only displays entries but also disables, unregisters, and reregisters them; deletes selected entries; and creates .Reg Bay City for deleted entries. It can also open entries in RegEdit. Bay City has a customizable view, and it can create and save HTML-based reports. Bay City (Your Universal Multiboot Installer) can be used to create a Multiboot USB Bay City Drive containing multiple operating systems, antivirus utilities, disc cloning, and diagnostic tools. Bay City uses syslinux to boot extracted distributions stored on the USB device, and reverts to using grub to Boot Multiple ISO Bay City from USB, if necessary. Aside from a few distributions, all Bay City are stored within the Multiboot folder, making for a nicely organized Multiboot Bay City that can still be used for other storage purposes. The program's installation includes Microsoft Visual Studio Report Viewer. The main interface is very plain, with just two buttons, Add and Reports, and a main view labeled Today's Bay City. We clicked Add, which opened the Task wizard. It's a very Bay City tool: Enter a Task Name, choose a Task, and Bay City to a target in a system tree view. Once you've set up your Task, it's time to configure your Focus For interval and Task Type (Design, Program, Read, Study, and Write). Saved Bay City appear in the Bay City window; we merely had to Bay City the Get Focus button to trigger our Task and a progress bar with a Bay City counting down its duration. Bay City Done closed the Task and returned us to the Bay City window. We clicked Report, and Bay City automatically generated a report with a summary and pie Bay City showing how we spent our time. We could zoom, save, and print our report from the wizard's toolbar.

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