Midnight Commander Development Revived
Norton Commander was great until it hit ver. 5, when it became bloatware. It felt sluggish and ate a ton of memory, which was still pretty important then (especially for those that still sported 640K-1M of RAM)... Volkov Commander became a great substitute, since it was written in assembly and the executable was quite a bit less than 100K in size (comparing to ~300K or so of NC executable).. It was so common in some places (like Russia) that people thought there was something wrong with a PC if NC or VC wasn't installed.
*sigh*... The screen covered up by two big blue panels is forever etched onto my retinas... :-)
Using Photographs To Enhance Videos
This software, if it actually works as described, could also be used to easily fabricate video "evidence". An average viewer would not be able to tell the difference.