Free & working software written by Michael Burns
Network Drive Controller Last Updated: June 16, 2020 (allows you to map network drives in a network sensitive manner, just like the Windows 7 default printer)
Network Printer Controller Last Updated: June 18, 2020 (Windows 8/10 program that allows you to explicitly set default printers for each network like you could under Windows 7)
DNS Cache Viewer Last Updated: June 17, 2020 (Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8/10 program that allows you to view your PC's DNS Cache contents)
Easy Wrappe Calculator Last Updated: February 9, 2019 (allows you to quickly estimate what canvas size to use when using the Easy Wrappe canvas system)
Windows Logon Message Editor Last Updated: February 10, 2019 (allows you to easily set the message shown to users before they see the Windows logon screen)
Free Space Wipe Last Updated: September 29, 2019 (very fast wiper of the free space on a drive, small so you can carry it on your thumb drive)
Star Trek (the computer game classic version of the 1970's) Last Updated: February 7, 2019
Free ancient academic software generated by Michael Burns
Psycal (Calibration Model for Peltier Thermocouple Psychrometers) (left over from a collaboration with Harvard OEB in the 1990's)
No longer supported software:
Browser Wipe Last Updated: January 21, 2009 (wipes the Internet Explorer cache, small so you can carry it on your thumb drive) (No longer supported. Does not work with modern versions of IE.)
Task Terminator Last Updated: December 27, 2007 (No longer supported)
BLAES (Burns Lab Auger Electron Spectroscopy) (No longer supported) last updated in 1991, known to still be in use a decade later
The software above that I still support/update is written mostly in a mixture of x86-Assembler & Power Basic (& Pascal), or in the case of Trek, QB64 & QuickBasic.
Other languages that I have used or currently use include Xojo, PHP, Perl, Python, Pascal, Java Script, Mathematica, MatLab, LabView, Visual Basic, Visual C++, PBASIC (for BASIC Stamp microcontrollers) & Arduino C/C++ (for Arduino microcontrollers).
There are a few others I've not used in decades, such as 6502 Assembly Language, Fortran, PL/I, MS Basic or Atari Basic.
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