Incidentally, I found this one via the monthly newsletter from tinyapps.org. If you have to use Windows, look for your utilities on tinyapps. From the tinyapps FAQ:
To qualify for TinyApps, a program must:(n.b. the hyperlink on the word "free" is from the original. I haven't read the target page in its entirety, but it looks pretty good.)
- Not exceed 1.44mb
- Not be adware
- Work under at least Windows 9x (this does not apply to non-Windows apps, of course).
- Not require the VB/MFC/.NET runtimes. Also, preference is given to apps which are 100% self-contained, requiring no installation, registry changes, etc.
- Preferably be free, and ideally offer source code. Shareware will only be listed if there is no freeware alternative.