These tools are all free, written for the .NET Framework (in C# or VB.NET), and the source code is available on GitHub under the GNU General Public License version 2 (GPLv2) - i.e.: free to use!
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Show an interactive dependency graph from a .NET solution file.
Analyze a folder structure to determine where security has explicitly been set.
Inspect the differences in the contents of two folders at a glance, and optionally synchronize in one or both directions.
A sleeker and faster way to hunt down those large files and folders.
Hard disks never seem big enough. Even that huge new disk fills up in no-time. You need some space - but where do you start? With MOBZHunt, hunting down disk hogs is a snap!
Simple but surprisingly powerful tool to quickly try out .NET fragments in C#, VB.NET and JScript. Includes a library to compile and run .NET code fragments in your own applications.
Displays the availability and response time of a series of hosts graphically. Very useful for tracking down connection problems, or simply monitoring a number of hosts simultaneously.
Very simple but surprisingly useful tool that displays a grid on screen. Great for lining up screen elements, measuring screen distances etc.
A simple yet powerful zoom tool that supports saving captured images in a host of formats, including Windows icon files.
Employ the full power of the .NET framework's regular expression engine to search for patterns in text files and directories.
A small yet flexible regular expression based file rename tool. Supports both a graphical and a command-line interface.
A command shell tool for testing and running batch files, with a host of other options: timestamping output, saving error and output log files, marking error output in red, etc.
Use .NET languages for scripting! Run .NET code (C#, VB.NET or whatever is installed on your machine) as a console application wihout generating an executable file on disk.
MOBZHash is a command line tool to display MD5 and SHA hashes for files. It can also report files with identical hashes, which is useful in tracking down likely duplicates.
A simple editor for cmd scripts. Press F5 to save and run your script using the regular cmd interpreter.
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