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https://www.sdcard.org/downloads/formatter_4/ just like the hp flash driver formatter but for sdhc cards....works like a charm for all those raspberry pi distros!
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Nice list, I'm going to check out a few.

Also for remote desktop situations, there are a couple other good ones.

LogMeIn - Free and Commercial offerings for professional remote desktop work
Join.Me - Quick and painless remote desktop, download a small program on the remote computer, launch and pass a code to the viewer, then view from browser.

I was going to suggest Ninite, but that was posted early biggrin.gif

Maximum PC does a writeup of useful apps one or more times a year, might be worth checking those articles too.

I'm also a big fan of UltraMon, though it's not free it is an exceptional multi-monitor utility.
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Nice list, I'm going to check out a few.

Also for remote desktop situations, there are a couple other good ones.

LogMeIn - Free and Commercial offerings for professional remote desktop work
Join.Me - Quick and painless remote desktop, download a small program on the remote computer, launch and pass a code to the viewer, then view from browser.

I was going to suggest Ninite, but that was posted early biggrin.gif

Maximum PC does a writeup of useful apps one or more times a year, might be worth checking those articles too.

I'm also a big fan of UltraMon, though it's not free it is an exceptional multi-monitor utility.


UltraMon is great.

DisplayFusion is also pretty good and has more features than UltraMon though it uses more resources. The download comes with a 30-day trial license, though the free version still provides basic functionality. A Pro license for a single computer is $18.25 and for as many computers as you want is $26.25.

 

I only use free software with the exception of Windows and Visual Studio. If you didn't want to pay for UltraMon or DisplayFusion I'm sure you could figure it out. :p


Edited by Ecstacy - 9/6/13 at 5:24pm
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http://www.truecrypt.org/
Free open-source disk encryption software for Windows 7/Vista/XP, Mac OS X, and Linux

I personally use it for offsite backup encryption at work. I utilize the hidden volume method. A visible outer container, with it's own password as a decoy. Then there's a hidden inner container that you only get to by using the "real" password. Pretty neat stuff.
    
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http://ehiti.de/katmouse/

 

This program is awesome. It offers universal scrolling so you can put your mouse over a window and scroll down without having to click on the window to make it active first (helps a lot with multitasking and dual monitors.) You can assign a mouse button (I use middle) to move windows up or down in the Z-Order (Alt-Tab order). You can also set specific applications to have their own properties (say you want to scroll down X lines globally, but have it scroll down Y lines in your web browser or PDF reader or whatever you want.)

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http://ehiti.de/katmouse/

This program is awesome. It offers universal scrolling so you can put your mouse over a window and scroll down without having to click on the window to make it active first (helps a lot with multitasking and dual monitors.) You can assign a mouse button (I use middle) to move windows up or down in the Z-Order (Alt-Tab order). You can also set specific applications to have their own properties (say you want to scroll down X lines globally, but have it scroll down Y lines in your web browser or PDF reader or whatever you want.)

Awesome! Just like in Linux!
Will make sure to download it once I'm back home.
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Awesome! Just like in Linux!
Will make sure to download it once I'm back home.

 

Np.

If you're looking to bring some Linux functionality to Windows then check out Cygwin which pretty much brings the UNIX terminal to Windows. There is also Chocolatey which is a package manager for Windows (kind of like apt-get). Personally, I don't use it as I'd rather download a program from the official site so I can choose the version (x86/x68/portable/lite/ect.) and configure it during install, but it's an option. If you decide to install Cygwin you can install WinScreeny which is like Archey and Screenfetch for Windows.
 

Checkout these posts on Lifehacker:

http://lifehacker.com/5834755/how-can-i-make-the-windows-command-prompt-better

http://lifehacker.com/5942417/chocolatey-brings-lightning-quick-linux+style-package-management-to-windows

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I'm enjoying the thread I think I've actually used everything recommended on here before I read this thread but its always nice to be reminded about some of them

my contribution (very similar to pendrive linux) is unetbootin, a program thats been aroudn a long time but still really useful
http://unetbootin.sourceforge.net/

oh and I dont remember if anyone has mentioned Notepad++ http://notepad-plus-plus.org/
an amazing source code editor I came across about 2 years ago makes coding soo much nicer
I did, it's also just great as general text editor. Haven't touched Notepad since!

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http://www.truecrypt.org/
Free open-source disk encryption software for Windows 7/Vista/XP, Mac OS X, and Linux

I personally use it for offsite backup encryption at work. I utilize the hidden volume method. A visible outer container, with it's own password as a decoy. Then there's a hidden inner container that you only get to by using the "real" password. Pretty neat stuff.
I think I heard of that. It's been around a long time. So wait, does this mean you have to enter two passwords (the dummy container and the real one) just to get to your stuff, or can you just bypass the decoy by pressing a key combination?


Two Three other programs I found out about...

Belarc Advisor
Belarc Advisor gives you a very detailed audit of your system, from hardware, software, and networking, to the strength of your security measures. Don't worry if your rating's not as high as you expected. There are a lot of criteria that don't apply to home users (though you may be surprised at what could be). No information is sent out. Results are written to a local html file.

RAMMon
RAMMon gives you a ridiculously lengthy report on everything you ever wanted to know (and some you probably didn't) about your system's memory, even the date of manufacture!

ShaperProbe
Slow connection? Files taking forever to download? Do you suspect foul play? Is your ISP throttling your bandwidth? With ShaperProbe, you can determine if your ISP is being a bastard and shaping your internet traffic.
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I did, it's also just great as general text editor. Haven't touched Notepad since!
I think I heard of that. It's been around a long time. So wait, does this mean you have to enter two passwords (the dummy container and the real one) just to get to your stuff, or can you just bypass the decoy by pressing a key combination?


Two Three other programs I found out about...

Belarc Advisor
Belarc Advisor gives you a very detailed audit of your system, from hardware, software, and networking, to the strength of your security measures. Don't worry if your rating's not as high as you expected. There are a lot of criteria that don't apply to home users (though you may be surprised at what could be). No information is sent out. Results are written to a local html file.

RAMMon
RAMMon gives you a ridiculously lengthy report on everything you ever wanted to know (and some you probably didn't) about your system's memory, even the date of manufacture!

ShaperProbe
Slow connection? Files taking forever to download? Do you suspect foul play? Is your ISP throttling your bandwidth? With ShaperProbe, you can determine if your ISP is being a bastard and shaping your internet traffic.

sharper probe url not working

you can use here:

http://shaperprobe.softpedia.com/

even though I hate softpedia
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