Codex (James Scholes)
eBooks are a great resource for everyone. Unfortunately, if youâ€™re blind or visually impaired (or even if youâ€™re not), accessing them using the software or devices of your choice can be a challenge. That is the challenge Codex aims to overcome.
With Codex, you can take the books youâ€™ve legally purchased from sites like Amazon, Smashwords, popular eBook stores using Adobe Digital Editions or Barnes & Noble via NookStudy and convert them to a format of your choice, be it ePub for reading on the latest devices, plain text to read in good old Notepad or any of the of the other supported output formats. This involves automatic removal of software protection imposed on such files, and a separate conversion process. However, the two steps can be performed with one convenient menu command, right from Windows Explorer. Alternatively, if no conversion is required, you can choose to remove the protection and leave the original format intact.
Copy File Names Utility
This very useful utility allows you to copy file names, the full file path and more, your choice. Our members report it to be very accessible.
Works with Windows 2000 and later.
We recommend reading the Read Me before using it.