Found 78 software entries in Applications beginning with: "W"

Wacky Gravity

Wacky Gravity (1992)

Wacky Gravity is a very crude BASIC experiment where a black square bounces around the window in a weird gravity fashion.  It's B&W, not full screen, doesn't have sound effect or anything else.

WannaBe 1.0b14

WannaBe 1.0b14 (2001)

WannaBe is a limited text-only web browser for PowerPC or 68k Mac OS computers. Very useful if you only need the text of web pages, or HTML files on your computer. The aim was not to create a full-featured browser. Rather, a browser allowing to...

Wapp Pro

Wapp Pro (2002)

Wapp pro is a freeware windows/applications switcher. It's stable and very customizable (supports diiferent positions on menubar and also hotkeys, also features exclusion lists). It's a good companion for those that want more features to...


Watson (2003)

Watson is a new breed of software application that we call a desktop web productivity application. From a functionality perspective, Watson is more like a web browser than a desktop application. Much of the functionality of a web browser comes from...

WDEF Tester

WDEF Tester (1999)

WDEF Tester is a tool that lets you load resources files (containing a WDEF resource) and then create/open customized windows to test their look and feel.  WDEF Tester lets you change the window's properties like: its position on screen,...


WeatherPop (2001)

WeatherPop was a popular menu bar application that displayed current temperature and weather conditions in a beautifully unobtrusive manner. To install, drag WeatherPop to your Applications folder and double-click. If you have...

Web Archive Converter

Web Archive Converter (1999)

Web Archive Converter is a super small utility that takes a MS Internet Explorer for Mac archive (when you save a whole web page as a single file) and converts it to ZIP format, for use universally (Windows, DOS, Mac, etc...)  

Web Dumper

Web Dumper (2003)

With Web Dumper you can download entire Web sites off of the Internet, and save them on your hard drive for later offline browsing. Downloaded Web sites are saved on your hard drive with their directory structure intact.  Web Dumper...


WebMap (1994)

Back in the mid 1990's, right when the WWW Internet was emerging, there was a thing called HTML maps.  What that allowed a webmaster to do is to define clickable zones in an image, so that any arbitrary shape could be a different HTML...

WebObjects 4.0.1

WebObjects 4.0.1 (1998)

For Apple Rhapsody, or OS X Server 1.0-1.2 v3, this image represents the developer tools for this OS. I created the toast image using Toast Titanium v10 under OS X El Capitan. If there is some issue, please let me know and I'll try another...

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