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TBTray is an open source program that minimizes Thunderbird to the system tray

TBTray is an open source program that minimizes Thunderbird to the system tray

A few months ago, I told you about a neat little program called ThunderBirdTray. It's an application that minimizes Thunderbird to the system tray instead of closing it completely with the help […]

Tabs Aside is a Firefox extension that lets you save and restore browser sessions

Tabs Aside is a Firefox extension that lets you save and restore browser sessions

Microsoft Edge (not the Chromium one) has a cool feature that lets you set tabs aside. Basically, it saves your session and lets you restore it at a later time. Tabs Aside […]

Grab text that isn't clickable from dialog boxes using GetWindowText

Grab text that isn't clickable from dialog boxes using GetWindowText

There are times when we may want to click on an application's window and copy some text from the interface. Except sometimes it may not be possible as text may not be […]

Exaile is an open source and cross platform music player for Windows, macOS and Linux

Exaile is an open source and cross platform music player for Windows, macOS and Linux

Today we'll be looking at Exaile, an open source and cross platform music player for Windows, macOS and Linux. Some of you may recognize the program, as it has been around for […]

Batch resize images, edit them and add watermarks with rEASYze

Batch resize images, edit them and add watermarks with rEASYze

Have several pictures that need to be resized or watermarked? Using a batch tool like rEASYze might help you save some time. It's a freeware batch resizing tool with some basic editing […]

MediaInfoXP context menu shell extension

View the technical information of multimedia files using MediaInfoXP

Organizing a media library requires patience, especially if your files are available in different file formats, resolutions or other differentiating factors. Opening them one by one, to check their quality can be […]

Folder Painter is a freeware tool that lets you quickly change the color and icons of folders

Folder Painter is a freeware tool that lets you quickly change the color and icons of folders

I remember using Folder Colorizer many years ago from a giveaway. It was a cool way to organize things around, you can set a different color for each folder. Martin reviewed a […]

Refresh tabs automatically in Firefox and Chrome with Tab Reloader extension

Refresh tabs automatically in Firefox and Chrome with Tab Reloader

Waiting for an online sale or video stream to start, or an auction to end, but don't want to be constantly refreshing the tab? You can use a Firefox and Chrome extension […]

qView is a minimalistic image viewer for Windows, Linux and macOS

qView is a minimalistic image viewer for Windows, Linux and macOS

We have reviewed quite a few image viewers here, from ImageGlass, qimgv, FocusOn Image Viewer, and more recently, Wildbit Viewer. This time we tested something that offers a minimal approach, qView. It […]

Customize the mouse pointer's movement and behavior with WinMouse

Customize the mouse pointer's movement and behavior with WinMouse

How much do you rely on your mouse everyday? If you're like me, the answer is probably a lot. Take into account everything you do with the mouse, from opening applications, taking […]

Capture screenshots, delayed shots, scrolling snapshots, and edit them with Screenpresso

Capture screenshots, delayed shots, scrolling snapshots, and edit them with Screenpresso

Screenpresso was my go to screen capturing option for many years, until a friend recommended that I try ShareX a couple of years ago. We have covered plenty of such tools in […]

AZip is a basic, lightweight and portable archiving tool

AZip is a basic, lightweight and portable archiving tool

7-Zip is the king of archiving tools, the only competition to it in my opinion is WinRAR.  Wanting to try something different, I gave AZip a try to see how it stacks […]

DownZemAll is an open source download manager for Windows, Linux and macOS

DownZemAll is an open source download manager for Windows, Linux and macOS

Recently, while casually browsing GitHub, I came across a name that seemed familiar at first; it turned out to be a new download manager called DownZemAll. The program's name is very similar […]

Stick notes on your desktop and get reminders with Alarm Stickies 3

Stick notes on your desktop and get reminders with Alarm Stickies 3

Alarm Stickies 3 is a freeware application that displays sticky notes on your desktop. It also has a reminder functionality, hence the "alarm" in the name. The program starts in the tray; […]

Tab Manager Plus dark mode

View all your tabs in one place, search, move them between windows with Tab Manager Plus for Firefox and Chrome

There are plenty of add-ons that make tab management easier in Firefox. Tab Session Manager, Foxy Tab, Tree Style Tab are some good options that come to mind. Tab Manager Plus is […]

Hekapad dual clipboard

Hekapad is a text editor that can encrypt text, has a built-in clipboard and more

Hekapad isn't your average text editor; it has a few built-in tools that are unique or quirky in their own way. The program's GUI is fairly simple: a toolbar and a menubar […]

Minimize any program window to the system tray with MinimizeToTray

Minimize any program to the system tray with MinimizeToTray

Having a bunch of programs opened at the same time can affect your productivity, especially if you're constantly alt + tabbing between some of those. The taskbar does a better job, but […]

Filelight is an open source disk space analyzer for Linux and Windows

Filelight is an open source disk space analyzer for Linux and Windows

What do you do when you're running low on storage space? I run disk cleanup to clear the updates and system files, purge the browser data, and if that doesn't help I […]