July 31, 2004
Due to overwhelming demand (you know who you are), I have decided to launch EvilSoft, the software devision of Evil Team Inc.™, with an initial release of my first Visual Studio programming project, DoNothing.
DoNothing is available as a win32 executable that has been tested extensively under Windows XP, and which is assumed to work under all versions of Windows, or, really, any other operating system, for that matter. DoNothing was written in C or C++ or C#, but it’ll probably compile in a few other languages too. DoNothing is a lightweight and efficient solution to the problem of annoying programs that automatically run other programs when launched, and you can’t turn that shit off. Just replace the other programs with copies of DoNothing.
Minimum Installation Requirements for DoNothing
- DOS or Windows version 1.0 or later
- 76K free disk space
If you like DoNothing, make sure to donate to support its further development. Future plans for DoNothing include
- An icon with the little null set symbol Ø
- Graphical installer
- Larger version numbers!
DoNothing is hereby released into the public domain. The source code of DoNothing is available by FTP, semaphore, carrier pigeon, or by reading the lines below
DoNothing is released in the hopes that it will be helpful, but without any other warranty, expressed or implied. Offer not valid where prohibited by law. Because this is the 0.1 release of DoNothing, there may be bugs. If you think you have found a bug, first make sure that you are using an up to date version of the source, then