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A tool to make it ridiculously easy to not just find and edit broken links, but has other features to apply to them, like changing their style.
Recommended by Internet Archive, which is good enough for me.
An audio player.
Straightforward, with few dependencies and a lot of audio format support.
A dark theme for Pale Moon.
Adds teams, notes and per-target loadouts.
Todo - as-yet untested
This concept and these notes are entirely obsoleted by dm-crypt, if you want a complete encryption solution.
It's remarkably simple.
A tool to put a LiveUSB ISO onto a USB stick.
Simple and does the job.
aka LinuxLive USB Creator
A computer cleaning tool.
All magical and stuff. I guess. I don't have a particular need for it, and I don't miss it when it's gone, but it's in my toolkit.
A straightforward and extremely powerful windows configuration tool.
Where configuring Windows involves digging through various applications and their menus, and editing the registry, by placing all the important things in one easily-navigated tool, configuring Windows becomes easy with this tool.
A web browser by Google, designed to be fast and perfectly willing to sacrifice features.
I'm only using this for roll20.net compatibility.
- Properly titled Google Chrome
Other browsers are built with some of Chrome's open source components: