A dark theme for Pale Moon.
A Qt cross-platform web browser.
A tool to put a LiveUSB ISO onto a USB stick.
Simple and does the job.
aka LinuxLive USB Creator
Brave is a web browser that uses components from Chrome to build a more security-conscious browser which also has an alternate advertising mechanism with revenue sharing.
Like Chrome, it's missing fundamental things.
A simulation of space which one can fly through.
Shit controls. Pass.
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 launcher application.
These let you type in the name of the program you want to run instead of going through a menu/list.
Launchy: The Open Source Keystroke Launcher
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: