Sep 19 2010

Software I use

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This is a page where I list the software I use\used just so I can remember what and where I got it and why I stared or stopped using it. Why do I do this? I like to burn my system down about every 3 to 4 months (with VMs that is more like 6 months now) and it’s painful some times to try to recall what I had on the last build of my system.

I have started to use ninite.com for the software it has, it really help make getting a box up and running quickly. I have asked them to add several of the apps that I have listed below. I hope they can accommodate me soon.

This list is in no particular order and dose not include most of my dev tools & SDKs as I will only install them as needed.

My modifications to the Default (Windows).sublime-keymap for my user is:

[

{ "keys": ["f7"], “command”: “toggle_setting”, “args”: {“setting”: “spell_check”} },
{ “keys”: ["ctrl+f7"], “command”: “next_misspelling” },
{ “keys”: ["ctrl+shift+f7"], “command”: “prev_misspelling” },

{ “keys”: ["f6"], “command”: “build” }

]

This makes the key bindings stranded to MS spellcheck and VS build

Windows Live Writer Plug-ins:

FireFox Add-ons:

  • Firebug
  • Screengrab
  • Site Information Tool
  • DownloadThemAll
  • YSlow

Chrome Extensions:

  • BuiltWith Technology Profiler
  • Chrome SEO
  • Domain Details
  • Download All
  • Firebug Lite for Google Chrome
  • Google Mail Checker Plus
  • Google Voice (by Google)
  • Screen Capture (by Google)
  • Speed Tracer (by Google)
  • iReader
  • YSlow

Random Tools\Utilities:

Deprecated:

While you are at it you should check out the Lifehacker Pack for Windows: Our List of the Best Windows Downloads article, there is a little overlap but they have some stuff there that I have yet to try out.

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2 Responses to “Software I use”

  1. Praveen says:

    Seriously. very helpful for me. all i ever need is at one place :)

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