- Monodraw: https://monodraw.helftone.com/
- Postgres.app: https://postgresapp.com/
- Lungo: https://sindresorhus.com/lungo
- Duet: https://www.duetdisplay.com/
- Magnet: http://magnet.crowdcafe.com/
What do you like?
-- Typinator - text expander / autocorrector - https://www.ergonis.com/products/typinator/
-- Keyboard Maestro - indispensable macro program - https://www.keyboardmaestro.com/main/
-- PopClip - use this 50 times a day - https://pilotmoon.com/popclip/
-- HazeOver – dims inactive windows/monitors – https://hazeover.com/
-- Paste – clipboard manager - https://pasteapp.me/
-- ScreenFloat - screenshot app - https://www.screenfloatapp.com/
-- Spectacle - window manager https://www.spectacleapp.com/
-- Window Tidy - another window manager (I use them both) - https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/window-tidy/id456609775?mt=1...
-- Dash - developer docs browser - https://kapeli.com/dash
-- Cold Turkey - Internet distraction blocker - https://getcoldturkey.com/
-- Bartender - https://www.macbartender.com/
Klipper - Clipboard manager for Linux. It's part of KDE so I'm not sure if it counts but it doesn't seem to be well known. Basically the same as Ditto for Linux but a bit clunkier.
7+ Taskbar Tweaker - Tool that modifies the Windows taskbar. My favorite two features:
1. Hiding the Windows logo/start button so Win+1 correlates with the first icon, Win+2 with the second, etc.
2. Making it such that if I click an application icon with multiple windows, the first window will just come to the front (and the second if the first is already at the front, etc.) instead of having to click from a list of windows.
SharpKeys - Windows tool to remap keyboard keys. Equivalent to using the Registry but more pleasant.
So for example I copy my password, then my username, then you can press, say, ctrl-shift-v and it will paste your password and remove the topmost item so the next paste will be my username? Or something like that?
Edit: it would be easy enough to whip this up using Autokey (Linux) or AutoHotkey (Windows), but I wouldn't be too keen on having a password in plain text in a script... At least with a clipboard manager you can clear that password right after use.
Anyone using it? Not my thing, but I thought I might mention it, maybe somone finds it useful.
- KeePassXC https://keepassxc.org/
- GNOME Calendar https://wiki.gnome.org/Apps/Calendar
- GNOME Screenshot https://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/gnome-screenshot/tree/master/
- Darktable https://www.darktable.org/
- Xlaunchpad http://www.xwidget.com/ (mimicking OSX Launchpad feature on Windows; I'm using it with double-click the desktop to invoke setting)
- Everything https://www.voidtools.com/ (default W10 files indexing and search replacement)
- Notepad2-mod https://xhmikosr.github.io/notepad2-mod/ (Notepad replacement)
It does lossless and lossy image compression, removes metadata, the UI is excellent, and it's FOSS. It's effortless to use - just drag in images from any directory and it'll replace them with the optimized versions.
- chocolatey (Windows): https://chocolatey.org/ Package manager for Windows which means I only rarely need to manually download and install programs anymore. I can even tell it to update all installed programs, which is a decent time saver.
+1 for Everything mentioned in another comment.
It works well, does everything I ask of it, and it’s just totally free of bloat. Hasn’t changed in years in fact. Just does what it says on the tin. Renames your files in bulk.
- BetterTouchTool https://folivora.ai/
- Sip https://sipapp.io (even tho the new pricing isn't great)
- Spectacle https://www.spectacleapp.com/ (if you want a Magnet alternative)
- Calibre https://calibre-ebook.com/ (not sure if this counts)
Dash - Snippet Manager and API Doc Browser
Flycut - Clipboard Manager
Spectacle - Window sizing Manager
- Chunkwm https://github.com/koekeishiya/chunkwm
- 1Password https://1password.com/
- Bartender https://www.macbartender.com/
- Clipy https://github.com/Clipy/Clipy
- Karabiner-Elements https://github.com/tekezo/Karabiner-Elements
MidniteCommander (apt-get install mc) not as good as totalcommander but still way better than simple bash/whatever commands
While I cannot comment on how it stacks up to Total Commander, I've ended up liking it quite a bit.
Maps to print screen key. Let's you draw a box around what you want to snip, then you can send it straight to the clipboard, or open in a quick editor for notes, or go straight to imgur or a myriad of other programs.
Click.to http://www.clicktoapp.com/ is also super useful (I use it mostly for looking up German translations & wikipedia stuff)
On Linux, Guake: http://guake-project.org/
- ByWord for macOS https://bywordapp.com/
One of the Best cross platform password managers at the moment!
brew cask install fluor
- Dash (macOS)
- Daemon Tools (Image Mounting)