Filemon for Windows NT/9


Filemon monitors and displays file system activity on a system in real-time. Its advanced capabilities make it a powerful tool for exploring the way Windows works, seeing how applications use the files and DLLs, or tracking down problems in system or application file configurations. Filemon's timestamping feature will show you precisely when every open, read, write or delete, happens, and its status column tells you the outcome. Filemon is so easy to use that you'll be an expert within minutes. It begins monitoring when you start it, and its output window can be saved to a file for off-line viewing. It has full search capability, and if you find that you're getting information overload, simply set up one or more filters. Filemon works on NT 4.0, Windows 2000, Windows 95, Windows 98 and Windows ME


If you are interested in accessing NTFS drives from Windows 95 or Windows 98, then you should use NTFS for Windows 98 rather than NTFSDOS. Full read/write access to NTFS drives from DOS is available with NTFSDOS Professional Edition. If you want to salvage files off a corrupt NTFS volume or repair an NTFS boot sector or partition table, see Winternals' Disk Commander.

NTFSDOS.EXE is a read-only network file system driver for DOS/Windows that is able to recognize and mount NTFS drives for transparent access. It makes NTFS drives appear indistinguishable from standard FAT drives, providing the ability to navigate, view and execute programs on them from DOS or from Windows, including from the Windows 3.1 File Manager and Windows 95 Explorer
Programmers File Editor (PFE)


A multi-file text editor, oriented towards programming but usable for general text handling. Handles large files very easily.
FlashxFXP - FTP-client


FlashFXP is one of the best ftp-clients I have ever seen. I guess I can't imagine one option that is not available. You're able to shedule downloads and instruct the way they should act when the site is not availble (retry connections) and it's possible to auto-disconnect when all sheduled downloads are finished.


When you're used to Windows NT/2000 you have used, without any doubt, the task-manager. By default, Windows 98 doesn't have a good taskmanager. With this tool it's possible to track down exacly what process is using how many CPU-cycles