No mention of CrystalDiskInfo? It tells you the health of your hard drives, and has a really nifty email alerter for when a drive gets too hot or starts having bad sectors. I consider the alerts essential for headless computers where you might not check drive health very often.
I wonder why didn't anyone suggest ShapeShifter (or any other clipboard manager). It's 6 years since I first used it, and, now is one of the first tools I install on a new computer/windows installation. I use version 5, although there is a version 6, which is open source (github repository), but is still beta.