Process Explorer, part of the Sysinternals suite, does everything you want.
Alter priority levels simply by right-clicking on the process and selecting a priority level.
Suspend/resume processes by right-clicking, and selecting suspend/resume.
See what the process does/is by looking at the columns in the program next to the processes. If that doesn't work, ...
Windows 7 includes Snipping Tool as standard.
You should be able to find it on Start menu > Accessories. You can assign a key to the shortcut. ie if you set it to S, you just have to press Ctrl + Alt + S to run it. Then you can use the mouse to select the area you want, and it will be copied to the clipboard. Or you can draw on top of the image, or save it ...
The best software which may fulfill your requirements is Trillian, filled with features, user friendly/enhanced UI, free (premium if you need some extra features).
Facebook - Yes
IRC - Yes
Skype - Yes
Whatsapp - No
I will come to the Whatsapp later, but as far as the features go for Trillian its packed with the ones you would expect from a decent "all in ...
When forced to use Windows, Greenshot (free and open source) is my choice for this task. It allows you to...
capture a region as you described, by simply pressing the Print key
capture the active window by pressing Alt+Print
do some basic editing to your screenshot (annotate, arrows, etc.)
upload to several image hosters, including Imgur, Flickr – but also ...
Calibre does that - and lots more;
For any book in your Calibre library just right click->Convert Books->Convert Individually (or bulk but here's instructions for individually).
A dialogue will pop up:
Just select PDF for output format over at the top-right.
There are lots of options but you can just use default and usually get a reasonably output.
You can use FFmpeg:
Free, open-source and widely used
Supports most video formats
Runs on Windows, Linux and Mac.
Allows to cut:
Running ffmpeg two times:
ffmpeg -i input.avi -vcodec copy -acodec copy -t 00:30:00 output1.avi
ffmpeg -i input.avi -vcodec copy -acodec copy -ss 00:30:00 -t 00:45:00 output2.avi
Or in one command:
ffmpeg -i input.avi -vcodec ...
You can use Kiwix:
free and open source
Windows, OSX, Android, Linux and most other OSes
offline reader for web content. It's software intended to make Wikipedia available without using the internet.
No kid filters though AFAIK, and no auto-update last time I tried
FYI: Wikipedia:Database download.
I also like Process Hacker on Sourceforge which is an open source and very advanced task manager. Pretty much the open source implementation of SysInternals Process Explorer. The interface is a little different, but pretty much the same idea as ProcExp.
I have even used it for recovery on a munged Windows 7/32 Ultimate system so broken SysInternals Process ...
It is the responsibility of a ntp server software to do this. After setting up the ntp server on your PC enter the IP address of your PC onto each classroom PC and your done.
I found a link with some detailed instructions.
Other ntp server products exist if you don't like that one.
Can convert from mp4 to gif. You can apply some effects or resize the video to balance between quality and file size.
You haven't posted your mp4 sample, so I am using my own.
ffmpeg -i sample.mkv -y sample.gif
Result 12M (Note: it won't be hosted foverer here):
According to this article.
John's Background Switcher (aka JBS)
Is a program you install on your computer
Works on Windows 98 to 8.1 (so also Windows 7) 32 and 64-bit
Did I mention that JBS is completely free? Well it is! It will work happily on all 32 and 64-bit versions of Windows from Windows 98 up to Windows 8.1 (except Windows 7 Starter Edition). It uses Microsoft.NET 2.0 ...
Fortunately, Facebook itself has an easy way to do this:
Go to https://www.facebook.com/settings
Click on Download a copy of your Facebook data
Click on the green button Start My Archive
Enter your password
You will receive two emails, the second one containing a link like https://www.facebook.com/dyi?x=iefuwiefuw
Open this link
Enter your ...
You can use Ditto:
works on Microsoft Windows 7
extend the clipboard to hold 2 or more items
unsure how often it flushes the keyboard history to the hard drive, but it's pretty much lag free.
there is a portable version.
No idea how people can use a computer without some clipboard manager.
You can use Avidemux:
freeware / open-source
can also be used for cutting, encoding videos
compatible with many formats
After you install it, open the video file, then go to Video - Filters and choose what you want. It also has preview.
Here is an example:
And the filter options:
This tool is free:
free (GPLv2), although the pre-compiled versions require a donation be made
uses Java for cross platform goodness
split functionality - page by page, n pages at a time, split by size, by bookmarks
merge functionality - select a set of PDF files and merge them
It's predecessor was quite ...
RegexBuddy for analyzing and tweaking regular expressions. This is one of my most important tools.
RegexMagic for hand-held creation.
There's also a big list of tools at the bottom of the Stack Overflow Regular Expressions FAQ.
RegexBuddy (this is the part I use the most by far--analysis):
Regarding scripting, I know of the RegReplace ...
If you would like a gratis but full fledged and easy to use installer creator you will not go far wrong with Inno Setup.
Support for every Windows release since 2006, including: Windows 10, Windows 10 on ARM, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows Server 2012, Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2008, and Windows Vista.
IrfanView is my personal favorite file viewer.
Its free for personal use (and cheap for commercial use)
Covers all common (and some not so common image files)
Includes a variety of plug-ins ranging from standard video formats to cad support.
Easy to use, intuitive/user friendly.
On the drawbacks side I don't know that it will do office extensions (doc, xls,...
This kind of ad-hoc task tends to be best solved by a generic automation framework to provide basic building blocks (e.g. commands to retrieve window geometries and move windows around), with a small script that implements your specific requirement.
On Windows, AutoHotkey is a general-purpose desktop automation scripting environment for Windows. It's open ...
You could take a look at UltraMon by Realsoft. This meets and exceeds all of your requirements other than cost but there is a 30 day trial version available so you can test it out beforehand:
supports Windows 7 (32 and 64 bit)
supports every monitor detected by Windows
plethora of options to determine where windows launch
relatively light on resources
has a ...
You can use Miranda IM:
free and open source
supports IRC, Facebook (via plugin) and Skype (needs running official Skype client)
over 500 addons
Regarding Skype, this is issue is that Skype retired their desktop API in December 2013... (official M$ post)
You can use Memtest86+:
Bootable program (so that it can fully test the RAM without being annoyed having some OS in RAM at the same time)
Note that if you have 1 RAM at 1333 and 1 RAM at 1600, it would just run at 1333: RAM will always run at the speed of the slowest stick. Same for the latency: the highest latency will be used by both RAM sticks. ...
Facebook chat is basically XMPP - any jabber client which has logs like pidgin would log any conversation you had using it (facebook chat is dead, and was a HTML5 'application' which had no logs). An XMPP client as such would be a drop in replacement for FB chat on the desktop- many even have server settings pre-installed for your use.
This has a few ...
I finally found a program to do this, I'll post it here in case anyone in the future looks for a similar program (for free).
VSUsbLogon allows to login Windows in a secure way via USB device, replacing the password based Windows login. You don’t need to remember and type your Windows password (but your system is still password protected). ...
Process Lasso provides some advanced process monitoring options:
You can configure rules inside a process watchdog that triggers an action (e.g. terminating the process) when the memory usuage becomes greater than defined.
Here is a screenshot:
You can also disallow specified processes from running, log all
You can always use netsh - it can be called from the command line or can be put into a set of batch files with appropriate names, you can then create desktop short-cuts for each of them. In the batch files you can load a batch of commands and execute them within netsh.
Do both the following:
set up your account to auto-login: (below is quoted from that link)
Click Start, type netplwiz, and then press Enter.
In the User Accounts dialog box, click the account you want to automatically log on to.If it is available, clear the "Users Must
Enter A User Name And Password To Use This Computer" check box.