These are my old AutoIt-scripts that I wrote when I was still using Window$. I have abandoned both the platform and the language, so don't expect these to work properly nor any support/fixes whatsoever.
This is a Sudoku solver/creator I wrote as a final paper in the "Gymnasium" (similar to a High School). It has it's own webpage.
You won't need to click four times to open a program. Just hit "win-space" or "ctrl-alt-space" to open the window. Then you can type the first letters of the program you intend to launch. A list of matching programms will appear, choose one by clicking, tabing or just keep typing 'till there's only one left in the list and hit enter. That's it. No more stupid clicking and searching.
Window$ has only one Desktop. Where Linux has as many as you wish, M$ still hasn't done squat. This script simulates 4 Desktops.
Switch between the desktops by using the following hotkeys:
This is a small tool to store informations. It works like a Post-It, you can stick it to the desktop of let it vanish by hitting esc. Moving the cursor to the right end of the screen will make it reappear.
This is an UDF for AutoIt. Similar to a library, it adds the possibility to add "HTML-style-tables" to your GUI.
Syntax: _GUICtrlCreateTable($left, $top, $rows, $cols, $width, $height, [$border])» Source