DRK web site has been online for about seven years now. Offering free open source software for Windows and applications for other operating systems too. We have and undergoing project for porting DRKSpider C++ tool to Java. Making it avilable for non-Windows platforms. You will also find source code, technical articles, pictures and a process database.
I am proud to recommend Daphne task manager replacement. It's a small application for killing, controlling and debugging Windows processes. It was born to kill a windows process and became almost a task manager repalcement. You can kill a process by dragging the mouse over the windows, by right-clicking the process in the main process list, or by typing its name. Available in several languages, for Windows 32 and 64 bits. More about Daphne...
Lately we've been working hard to port DRKSpider (a website crawler) to JavaSE in order to make it available to different operating systems users outside Windows world. The original application is written in C++ and has a lot of features not present in the Java version yet. However, we are changing the focus in the Java version to include SEO (search engine optimization) features like sitemap generation. DRKSpider was born to be a link checker but today's webmasters have different needs. Creating high-quality sites is a very comprehensive task, which involves not only fluid navigation but search engine friendly content.
In this next generation of DRKSpider we are adding SEO checking controls to the old navigation link sanity check. And the ability to create sitemaps compatible with major search engines.
In the projects section there are three other applications: DRKap is a small tool for taking snapshots with a webcam (usb camera). TCP/IP Builder which is a Windows Socket testing tool. You will be able to create a socket manually, connect it (or listen for connections), send and receive data through it.
And WatchMan (Linux), a process killer daemon. Is intented for killing process which may become a problem due to several reasons, like taking too much time in user or kernel mode. But it's been discontinnued a long time ago.