Read/write filesystem support for Android.
While it doesn't offer pure read/write access like you'd expect, this lets you mount things. You can use any other file manager (I use ), and it prompts to download it
Has a free version, but I don't know what the difference between that and the pay version is.
NTFS, exFAT, HFS+, FAT32, extFS
A BitTorrent client.
Meant to be an open-source clone of uTorrent, it does do a very good job of mimicing it.
Lets you easily create links from within explorer.
The commandline equivalent is ln - command line hardlinks
A GPU stress-tester, important for understanding temperature under full use.
A free, powerful, multi-purpose tool that helps you monitor system resources, debug software and detect malware.
A beautified text editor with the widgets around the edges removed.
I started using it because I couldn't trivially get Geany spell checking working.