Software, not otherwise classified, that is likely to be of interest to most computer users.
A “BitMap Painting Program by Bill Atkinson”. MacPaint was one of the very first applications available for the Macintosh, written by the author of QuickDraw, the core Macintosh graphics library.
A "powerful black-and-white paint program".
A "full featured drawing application", for "System 6.07 or later".
GIF Converter (hosted)
Displays and converts between "several graphic file formats, including GIF, TIFF, RIFF, PICT, JPEG(JFIF), MacPaint, and Thunderscan."
View Picture (hosted)
A utility for viewing and cropping pictures.
An “outline processor”.
“Spelling checker that is also LaTex aware”.
NCSA Mosaic (hosted)
“first popular Web browser”
A “text-only browser”.
An email client.
Hypercard Player (link)
Hypercard Stack Viewer.
Address Notebook (hosted)
“For saving addresses and notes”.
Address book with configurable pop-up keys.
Big Al Address Book (hosted)
An “easy to use personal address book.”
Dali Clock (link)
A “digital clock. When a digit changes, it ‘melts’ into its new shape.”
A full screen clock program “with both analog and digital displays.”
A simple analog clock application.
An analog clock in a circular window.
A "very small application (7494 bytes) for System 7 that displays a digital clock in a small window."
True Clock (hosted)
A “small time utility for Macintoshes running system 7.0 or higher. It displays up to 64 clocks on the screen, round or rectangular, with analog or digital display.” Each clock can be given a title and an offset (i.e. time zone).
"A simple stopwatch utility".
A "desk accessory: A Macintosh version of a desktop calendar."
Birthdays and Such (hosted)
“Meant to be launched on daily startup, to remind you of the important birthdays and anniversaries”.
Network Calender (hosted)
Single user calender and calenders shared over network.
“schedule appointments, maintain your to do list and remind you of important events.”
A calendar accessible with user definable Hot Keys from any application.