Latest Version: 1.1.4:
BASeCamp Network Menu is a small program which I wrote primarily to address what I found to be shortcomings in Windows 10 implementation of VPN and Wireless network management, mostly the former. The Windows 10 VPN implementation will have yo click the network icon in the notification area, click the desired VPN- and then it will open Network Settings, requiring you to once again find and click the desired VPN and then finally click connect (or disconnect).
This program attempts to simplify this process. When you click a VPN that is connected, it will disconnect; if you click a VPN that is disconnected, it will connect (it may show a log-in dialog, so it’s not perfectly concise). Wireless connectivity is added largely for completeness sake, to roll the same functionality into the menu to serve to replace- at least in some cases- the default network notification area.
The Source Code for this program can be found on github.
A simple command-line program intended to allow for retrieving and setting the Windows Master Volume.
BASeBlock 2.8.1, A Block-breaker/’Arkanoid clone’ of sorts.