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Category Filter: SOFTWARE (81)

  • Software
    • The Accountability Booster
        • Andy: "And I'd like to add that your work has been a little sloppy. So Dwight and I have implemented a new program that we like to call The Accountability Booster. It registers every time a mistake has been made in the office, from a late delivery to an accounting error. Five strikes in a day equals a home run. One home run and you're out. If we as a group make five mistakes in a day, something bad happens, like we block Mindsweeper. Or in this case, an email gets sent to Robert California containing the consultant's report from last year." (Season 8 episode Doomsday)
    • ADA
        • Advanced Disaster Actuator. The computer belonging to visiting consultant Michael Clark, the severe accident phenomenologist. (Season 5 episode Worst Case Scenario)
    • ARC
        • Surveillance program Alec creates using a piece of the time travel device. It's a way to take the entire internet and distill it into one single page of information. The "ultimate window into real time data at light speed". (Season 2)
    • Arc Net Defense System
        • Defense system that K helped implement to protect Earth from the Boglodites.
    • Capture_it_O2blue
        • Software Elizabeth Harris uses to download Professor Bressler's data.
    • Career Capability Malfeasance Program
        • Also known as CPMP. Computer program that matches unassigned blanks with unassigned profiles. It compares the crime template to the personality template. If it matches, you're assumed guilty (Season 2 episode Academy)
    • Cathedral Echo Program
        • New record added 7/29/2022
        • Keystroke capture utility made by Cathedral Software.
    • Dermatology
        • Computer virus created by the SemioTech Warriors activist group, that infects video servers, altering broadcasts so that faces and bodies exhibit conditions such as acne and varicose veins. (Story: Liking What You See: A Documentary)
    • Digital Wave
        • Web browser seen in various episodes. (Season 2 episode Rosetta, Season 3 episodes Resurrection, Crisis, Forsaken)
    • E.A.R.L.
        • Electronic Automatic Robotic Lighthouse. Computer program that controls the local lighthouse in Springfield. (Season 8 episode The Mysterious Voyage of Homer)
    • Enzyme
        • Operating system made by Ubient Software. (Season 4 episode Ghost in the Machine)
    • File Share
        • Generically named file sharing program that gets installed on the office computers. (Season 1 episode Hot Girl)
    • Garelliware
        • Joe's software that he uses to created the official WNYX web page. (Season 5 episode Apartment)
    • Gatekeeper Program
        • The security program with the Trojan Horse created by Gregg Microsystems.
    • The Googleplex Star Thinker
        • One of the supercomputers that programmers Lunkwill and Fook mention when Deep Thought describes himself as the second greatest computer in the Universe of Time and Space. "Are you not a greater analyst than the Googleplex Star Thinker in the Seventh Galaxy of Light and Ingenuity which can calculate the trajectory of every single dust particle throughout a five-week Dangrabad Beta sand blizzard?"
    • GR-6
        • Computer system that Chandler mentions during his interview, shortly before talking about his duties: "I was the point person on my company's transition from the KL5 to GR6 systems." (Season 8 episode The One With the Cooking Class)
    • The Great Hyperlobic Omni-Cognate Neutron Wrangler
        • One of the supercomputers that programmers Lunkwill and Fook mention when Deep Thought describes himself as the second greatest computer in the Universe of Time and Space. "But are you not a more fiendish disputant than the Great Hyperlobic Omni-Cognate Neutron Wrangler of Ciceronicus 12, the Magic and Indefatigable?"
    • IPPA
        • Identity Processing Program of America, used to give Joe his tattoo. "Please insert your forearm into the forearm receptacle."
    • Jimmy James Web Browser
        • New computer program Mr. James promotes over Microsoft's Internet Explorer. (Season 4 episode Balloon)
    • Jurassic Park Common User Interface V1.1B24
        • Developed by Integrated Computer Systems Incorporated. Copyright Jurassic Park Incorporated.
    • Land of Ecodelia
        • Computer program consisting of list of questions that the little girl asks Angela (eps2.9_pyth0n-pt1.p7z)
    • Mack-Verbasiser
        • A Metarandom programme. Feed it all relevant pieces and it re-strings real life facts as improbable virtual-fact. (album Outside)
    • MedStation 3300
        • New record added 8/5/2022
        • Medication dispensing Software at Ridge Stone Psychiatric Facility, where Root is a patient. (Season 3 episode Lady Killer)
    • The Metro Data Center
        • Police software Eddie uses in cop car outside homeless shelter to trace vehicle registration to Leesburg Construction company.
    • The Milliard Gargantubrain
        • One of the supercomputers that programmers Lunkwill and Fook mention when Deep Thought describes himself as the second greatest computer in the Universe of Time and Space. "Are you not a greatest computer than the Milliard Gargantubrain which can count all the atoms in a star in a millisecond?"
    • Mind Frisk
        • New software that provides Lakeview with searchable access to their uploads' thoughts in real time as they think them. (Season 2 episode Mind Frisk)
    • Moss 1
        • The first version of Pete's Moss 865 software that burned down his dad's garage. (Season 3 episode The One With the Ultimate Fighting Champion)
    • Moss 2
        • The second version of Pete's Moss 865 software that would only schedule appointments in January. (Season 3 episode The One With the Ultimate Fighting Champion)
    • Moss 865
        • Software Pete Becker created, used in offices everywhere. (Season 3 episode The One With the Hypnosis Tape)
    • The Multicorticoid Perspicutron Titan Muller
        • One of the supercomputers that programmers Lunkwill and Fook mention when Deep Thought describes himself as the second greatest computer in the Universe of Time and Space. "You're surely not thinking of the Multicorticoid Perspicutron Titan Muller are you? Or the Pondermatic?"
    • My 1st Video Editor
        • Software that Lisa uses to help Homer making Ned Flander's dating video after Maude passes away. (Season 11 episode Alone Again, Natura-Diddly)
    • Nakatomi Socrates BSD 9.2
        • Software program on Nakatomi computers.
    • The Narwhal Virus
        • Computer virus mentioned on the news: "Georgian rebels claimed responsibility for the Narwhal virus that brought Russia's financial infrastructure to near collapse. (Season 2 episode Be Right Back)
    • NASDA
        • The new strategic defense system that malfunctions, resulting in the destruction of the world's civilizations by a series of nuclear strikes.
    • Neural Net Package
        • State of the art intelligence software. It learns and adapts on the fly. It monitors your brain activity and try and work out how best to frighten you and then adjust to your experience accordingly (Season 3 episode Playtest)
    • The Null Worm
        • New record added 8/7/2022
        • FBI Trojan Horse from 2009, a virus that Root used to infect over 7 million computers worldwide in less than a week, which she mentions to machine number and estate investigator Timothy Sloan's foster brother and former Vigilance member Jason Greenfield at a CIA black site. (Season 3 episode Mors Praematura)
    • Ono-Sendai
        • The name of the OS on Robert's computer, a reference to the fictional Japanese corporation in William Gibson's Sprawl trilogy (Season 4 episode Callister)
    • PEARL Autopilot System
        • Experimental software installed at Logan Airport that allows planes to land by itself. (Season 1 Pilot episode)
    • Pike's Peak System
        • Software Jack's bank is running on their servers.
    • Plague Ver. 8.1
        • The name of the computer virus that Viktor uploads to destroy the Simulation One computer program.
    • The Pondermatic
        • One of the supercomputers that programmers Lunkwill and Fook mention when Deep Thought describes himself as the second greatest computer in the Universe of Time and Space. "You're surely not thinking of the Multicorticoid Perspicutron Titan Muller are you? Or the Pondermatic?"
    • PrintMatchPro 2.1
        • New record added 7/29/2022
        • Law enforcement fingerprint matching software.
    • Search & Seizure
        • Bryce obtains a a global government program from highly placed sources, designed to locate illegal video substances (Season 2 episode Whacketts)
    • Simulation One
        • Simone's computer program, created by Hank Aleno.
    • Sirenum's Training Protocol
        • The fastest and most efficient way to develop the abilities you always wanted.
    • Starr-Ware Database System 5.0
        • Software that Chloe uses to track her Wall of Weird data. (Season 3 episode Extinction)
    • TINA
        • Telecom Intelligence Negotiating Algorithm. New sales software at TelAmeriCorp with celebrity voices, including Tom Green. (Season 3 episode The Future is Gnar)
    • Trip Star Navigation System
        • When star football player Geoff Johns kidnaps Lois, Clark and Chloe call his vehicle's navigation system company to get his location - the corner of 3rd and Grant, an empty warehouse for Hamilton MFG. (Season 4 episode Recruit)
    • Ubient Software
        • High tech software company whose CEO may be a double agent from the future. At least according to 4400 returnee and low budget horror movie director Curtis Peck. (Season 4 episode The Marked)
    • Vidident Vers 2.01 Rev A
        • Identification software Theora uses to track down the body thieves (Season 1 episode Body Banks)
    • World Builder Software
        • OASIS software containing templates for structures, such as the Tyrell building from Blade Runner.
    • Zenotek AnywAir
        • A subroutine for duplex compression, and the future of Zenotek - you can pull the internet wirelessly from anything that's connected to the power grid. Your appliances. Street lights. A light bulb. You're never out of range and you're never low on signal. It's AnywAir.

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