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Why didn't anyone tell me about: Htop (Linux), monitors all processes, memory, and processors, and lets you manage processes
Guake (Linux), terminal that drops down when you press F12
ShaperProbe (Windows), Shows ISP speed limiting information about your Internet connection
Thread stealing but are you the neo with crazy watercooled rpi?
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Thread stealing but are you the neo with crazy watercooled rpi?
Well it says so in his sig so i quess so biggrin.gif
link to the build, Please.
nvm, found it
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This is one of the greatest threads ever! Kip, you're brilliant to have thought of this! 多謝!^_^

I'd like to add Bulk Rename Utility.
Like the name says, it helps you rename files in bulk quickly. The UI leaves much to be desired and is intimidating at first, but this is a powerful little program. Other renamer programs don't have the versatility this one has.

For advanced users, you've probably heard of Xcopy and robocopy (robust copy for those of you that don't know), but did you know instead of having to use the command prompt for these advanced copiers, someone from Microsoft made a GUI for it? (Okay, some of you might still prefer the command prompt.) There's also something called RichCopy, for even more control. I wish I knew about these when I was copying data from a dying hard drive. Damn thing kept dropping out on me and screwing up TeraCopy.
Click the link at the top of the article, where it says "download the code for this article." Took me a while to figure out that was the download link.

A lot of you probably remember TweakUI on XP. Well, Microsoft never released a Windows 7 version, but there is an unofficial version out there by The Windows Club called Ultimate Windows Tweaker. If you're not familiar with TweakUI, it allowed you to change settings that you wouldn't have been able to change without diving into the registry, such as getting rid of that awful arrow in shortcut icons and many more powerful things to tweak Windows to your liking. If that's not enough, they have another program called Ultimate Windows Customizer, which along with some basic tweaks that might be found in UWT, allows you to change your icons, login screen, start orb, even the startup sound. (The sound change didn't work on mine but that's OK, cause I found another solution.)

Apparently, Microsoft hard coded the startup sound into a system file. They supposedly did this because malware would do weird things in XP. (I'm not buying it.) You can go through the registry to change the sound that way, but it's a lot of work and you know, messing with the registry by hand is risky. Startup Sound Changer is an easy alternative to this. Just point it to your new sound, and replace. You can also restore the default at any time, but why would you want to?

The Windows Club site also has tons of other programs, but these are the only ones I've used.

Advanced users might know how to troubleshoot a problem, and if you get a BSoD, you'd normally have to write down the hex code and look it up. BlueScreenView takes the notation part out of the sequence. It allows you to read the dump files and displays information on the driver or module that caused the crash. The site also has a plethora of other utilities.

Tagging music is a pain, but then I discovered Picard from a site called MusicBrainz. This is the best tagging program I've ever used. It tags music by album and does so extremely well. It will even tag music in other languages, such as Japanese (for you J-pop and J-rock fans). Make it so and engage.

No idea why they named it Picard. What does Star Trek have to do with music?

I sure could use a better search program. I just tried to do an image search by resolution and I could only search by one resolution at a time. I could do a "name:*" and then sort by resolution, but that's a pain in the butt. There has to something out there that searches by the categories you can list in the detailed view mode of Explorer.

It's a shame. After the NSA leak and the news about how intrusive Windows 8.1 will be, I'm probably going to switch to Linux in the near future, so many of these programs you guys mentioned will be of no use to me anymore, as well as the ones I've listed.
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No idea why they named it Picard. What does Star Trek have to do with music?

everything man....cryingsmiley.gif
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post #105 of 242
Are you referring to the Picard Song?




Okay, looks like I can't embed YouTube videos.

Yay, I got it!
Edited by Pakeo - 8/8/13 at 4:48pm
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I've used Bulk Rename extensively. SOO many options. Works very well.
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I use Multi File Renamer myself: http://sourceforge.net/projects/multifilerename/
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QTTabBar adds tabs (and a lot of other features I don't need) to the Windows Explorer. It really boggles my mind how tabs haven't been implemented natively in Windows yet. Even OS X has only just recently added native tabbed Finder support. This makes switching from my Linux partition to my Windows partition a little less painful.
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https://extensions.gnome.org/
tens of extension (system monitors, clocks, task bars, for ex) for gnome shell 3.4 and up
Whitelist site in browser to install straight from the website!
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QTTabBar adds tabs (and a lot of other features I don't need) to the Windows Explorer. It really boggles my mind how tabs haven't been implemented natively in Windows yet. Even OS X has only just recently added native tabbed Finder support. This makes switching from my Linux partition to my Windows partition a little less painful.

Oh wow, this is awesome!

Thanks for sharing thumb.gif
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