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A MUD game server. It supports traditional Telnet/MU* clients, and also comes with (optional) web server software that creates a complete web-client for user who surf to it with their web browser.
I thought this was a separate server with a separate client which used a web browser as its GUI. It is not that.
The default fancy text editor GUI from Windows.
It's probably awesome, but I've basically never used it.
The default boring text editor GUI from Windows.
It's a piece of shit, but it's always available.
my fork: https://github.com/spiralofhope/luamacros (documentation)
A tool which listens to keys and, using the Lua programming language, lets you remap them to other features.
It is useful for Using a second USB keyboard for macros.
You'll definitely want to see key remapping.lua which is a complete tutorial.
Since every desktop environment needs one, for whatever reason, this is a terminal emulator for LXQt, which comes with Lubuntu.
It works fine.
A GPU stress-tester, important for understanding temperature under full use.