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Add shortcuts to the toolbar and context menu in File Explorer using StExBar

Add shortcuts to the toolbar and context menu in File Explorer using StExBar

Windows may have evolved over the years but the file explorer that ships with it has not evolved all that much. We have seen plenty of replacement File Managers like Altap Salamander, […]

Glow settings generator for mpv

Glow is a settings generator for mpv CONF files

Back in July 2019, we told you how to customize the settings in mpv which involved setting up a CONF file from scratch with the options that you want. Though it is […]

Draw.io is a free Flowchart and diagram creation software

Draw.io is a free Flowchart and diagram creation software for Windows, Linux, macOS and your browser

Flowcharts are incredibly useful diagrams to explain process flows. Remember the phishing flow chart that Martin created in 2011? Or the flowchart about flowcharts? If you took a computer science class in […]

Beeftext is an excellent open-source text expander tool for Windows

Beeftext is an excellent open-source text snippet tool for Windows

If you liked Quicktext for Thunderbird, but wanted a similar text snippet tool for other applications, you may want to take a closer look at the free open source application Beeftext as […]

Audacious is an open source music player for Windows and Linux

Audacious is an open source music player for Windows and Linux that supports Winamp skins

Once upon a time, the world of Windows music players was ruled by Winamp. It was resurrected a few months ago and works quite well even though it has not received much […]

Ghostwriter Windows

Ghostwriter is an open source markdown editor with a polished interface

Ghostwriter is a distraction-free open source markdown editor that is available for Linux and Windows. Windows users can install the Ghostwriter program on their device or use a portable version instead that […]

Sidebar Diagnostics open-source

Sidebar Diagnostics is an open-source application that displays hardware information on your desktop

Do you want a resource friendly program to keep an eye on your computer's hardware? You should give Sidebar Diagnostics a try. It is a free and open source application that is […]

What is Todo.Txt and how to use it.

What is Todo.Txt and how to use it?

Have you ever written down a list of things to do or buy? Things have changed over time, and paper and pen lists have paved the way for modern alternatives like to-do […]

Tablacus Explorer file manager

Tablacus Explorer is a file manager with a tabbed interface and a ton of add-ons

We have reviewed many file managers here, the most recent one was an old-school looking one called FAR Manager. Let's take a look at a different file manager: Tablacus Explorer. Tablacus Explorer […]

Advanced Renamer is a free batch renaming utility for Windows

Advanced Renamer is a free batch renaming utility for Windows

Renaming a lot of files is a chore, even more so when the names are very different from each other. Windows Explorer / File Explorer features some basic mass-renaming options, but these […]

ImageGlass is free image viewer for Windows

ImageGlass is a free image viewer for Windows

Windows 10's photos app is horrible and slow but it is the default application to display images on the operating system. You can bring back Windows Photo Viewer optionally if you are […]

tomboy-ng is a note taking app for Windows, macOS and Linux

tomboy-ng is a note taking app for Windows, macOS and Linux

If you want to jot down notes quickly, you shouldn't use notepad or Wordpad in most cases. It's better to use a note taking application and there are plenty of these to […]

currports

Blast from the Past: Nirsoft's CurrPorts

We are revisiting great applications in this series that we reviewed in the past. In this episode of Blast from the Past: Nirsoft's CurrPorts application. We reviewed the freeware CurrPorts back in […]

Xtreme Download Manager is an open source download accelerator

Xtreme Download Manager is an open source download accelerator for Windows, macOS and Linux

Most people prefer to use their browser's built-in download manager. Whether you're using Firefox, Edge, Chrome, or something else, a basic tool to manage downloads is always included. The built-in download manager […]

Buttercup desktop

Buttercup is an open source password manager for Windows, macOS, Linux, Firefox and Chrome

There is no shortage in supply when it comes to password managers, but not all of them are open source. Buttercup is a free password manager, which is open source and offers […]

How to set up an SFTP server in Windows using OpenSSH

How to set up an SFTP server in Windows using OpenSSH

Transferring data wireless over local network isn't something new, people have been doing that for a long time. You may be aware of what I'm talking about: an FTP connection. With an […]

How to customize the settings in mpv

How to customize the settings in mpv

The free media player mpv is an incredible program despite its simple interface. The one thing it may appear to lack is customization when you look over what it has to offer […]

QuickHash GUI for Windows, Linux and macOS

QuickHash GUI is an open source hashing tool for Windows, Linux and macOS

QuickHash GUI is an open source hashing tool which is available for Windows, Linux and macOS. If you're a security conscious person or want to verify file integrity, e.g. for backups, you […]