My favorite tools
I will try to keep an updated list of my favorite tools here.
It will be split as follows:
- Tools that I want to give a massive shout-out for. These are tools that I think are amazing and more people should know about them and use them. I will add to each item a short description and some reasons why I like them so much.
- This will be followed by a list of tools I use, grouped by category. These tools are chosen by me as the best in category for the job I use them for. However they are either already very well-known, or just not good enough to deserve a massive shout out.
Big shout out for these tools 📢 #
These are tools that I think are amazing and more people should know about them and use them. The tools are listed in no particular order.
PDF-Xchange Editor (Freemium) #
I like it because:
- It is pretty, light-weight, featureful and very easy to use.
- It is actively maintained & developed.
- Tracker's customer support is something I have not seen anywhere else. The support personal are knowledgeable, friendly and very responsive. No question in the support forum is left unanswered, no email is ignored. Just overall amazing.
- They have a buy-once licensing scheme instead of a subscription model.
Everything (Free, Proprietary) #
Everything is an amazing file search tool from voidtools. Now, I would have thought (and still do think so...) that Everything is a terrible name for a tool ("Hey, have you heard of everything?", "Heard of what??? 😕"). But apparently it is good enough to come out first in a Google search for the word "everything".
My favorite use for it, is something it wasn't designed for. I
I like it because:
- It is very light-weight, extremely fast and very featureful.
- It is actively maintained and seems to be of very high quality code.
Process Hacker (Open source) #
Windows Terminal (Open source) #
Mini shout out for these: #
The full unabridged list of stuff I use #
to be continued...