An advanced interface for Stable Diffusion.
A mod manager I use for The Elder Scrolls V꞉ Skyrim - (2011 game)
Allows one to modify various Windows 11 features, most notably to get a usable taskbar with full program names.
Allows the creation of custom resolutions and settings for your monitors, notably to overclock a monitor's refresh rate (Hz).
A "Safely Remove Hardware" feature which also works on fixed disks, to dismount and spin them down.
I have nothing but positive things to say about this game. Except for the negative things.
I haven't done a proper review, and might bother some time later.
- Preceded by Borderlands - (2009 game)
- Followed by Borderlands - The Pre-Sequel
Full ultrawide support, even in windowed fullscreen. It's a big difference.
An ad blocker.
A utility (primarily) for those with multiple monitors.
I got it to stretch my bottom bar across into the other screen, and it also has a feature to fix
alt-tab so it only shows/includes the current desktop. Also of interest is putting a proper screensaver on alternate monitors.
It has a huge array of features. Of note is a configuration backup/restore feature, so I don't have to make any notes on it.
I'm using the for-pay standard version, and can't review the without-cost version. So while I can say I highly recommend this, I don't think it's really valuable to recommend something with a price tag.