A Qt cross-platform web browser.
An archival utility.
I've been using this for a hell of a long time.
A program to present a GUI dialog, that lets a scripter get user input.
I didn't use this for anything notable enough to form an opinion. It seems nice, but I didn't want to have yet another application, especially one with a dependency, when there's something commandline already (dialog).
An archival program.
- p7zip is a port of 7za.exe for POSIX systems like Unix (Linux, Solaris, OpenBSD, FreeBSD, Cygwin, AIX, ...), MacOS X and also for BeOS and Amiga.
I used to use RAR.
I don't really care about this, but I do use it occasionally to cut apart videos.
Quite straightforward to use for simple video editing and appending. It took me almost no time to learn.
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The king of video players.
On Windows, this is especially-king because the user doesn't have to figure out and download various shady codecs.
- Properly titled VLC media player.
- Alternative, on Windows 10, for audio: Audacious
- VLC alternate audio track from a separate file
Can play various Oldschool music formats.
TODO - make a proper page
An incredibly capable (and therefore very convoluted) image editor.
I use this:
- For converting .svg files to .jpg or .png
- (On Windows For editing .png files which have transparency, since
mspaint.execan't do that.
- For importing a page from a PDF, as an image.
- For transparent backgrounds
GNU Image Manipulation Program
I don't know where I heard of this music player, but I had recently bookmarked it. I took a moment to check it out.
It failed my review.