There are tools which let you magnify the screen, there are tools which let you remote control windows. Now there's a tool which lets you do both together. WindowWatcher for Windows Vista, 7, and 8.


DisAsm is a simple command line disassembler for Windows. Using the built-in WinDbg disassembling engine, it handles PE format files produced for x86, amd64 and IA-64 along side ARM and Thumb binaries produced by eMbedded VC no matter which bitness or architecture your version of Windows is.

Chroot for Windows

Chroot is a popular Linux tool that allows you to run a program that cannot access files outside of a specific file system folder tree. Now, using undocumented features, a native Windows version is available that doesn't require the usage of Cygwin or any additional software.


AudRecord is an audio recording and capture dll library for Windows Vista and up. It takes raw audio samples from a device and moulds them into WMA files for playback, network streams for communal listening, etc, their application is only limited by your imagination.


MsgHookLister outputs information about windows and their threads, including details of pending messages such as what they are, who sent them, when, and by which method.

And now, that's not all. In this jazzed up version 2.0, MsgLister has grown to love another Win32k/User object type, the simple hook. The ability to scan the system for any and all active global or per-thread Win32 hooks

Boost C++ Libraries - x64

Prebuilt 64-bit binaries for the Boost C++ library versions 1.45, 1.46.1 and 1.47.0 are now available for Visual Studio 2008 and 2010

Desktop Heap Monitor for Vista, Server 2008, and 7

Desktop Heap Monitor is a tool for querying the usage of an important area of memory in Windows based computers. This package can be used to inspect how much memory has been used or to give you a status report on the amount of memory left to be used.


QueryDACL is a tool for querying the security details of standard securable objects such as files in Windows 2000 and later. It allows you to quickly and easily see which accounts have what level of access to a particular securable Windows object without the need to open a GUI.

Undocumented Windows Functions

An ever increasing database of documentation on undocumented Windows functions can be found at out sister site Undoc'd

Airesoft Blog

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