Tools List

I had to reinstall my home desktop computer recently, and at least one good thing coming out of it is the list of tools I install right away. So here it is…


Total Commander – My favorite file manager for a long time, it’s configurable and super fast in file operations.

Dropbox – File synchronization across devices, I keep everything I need to get started.

Keepass – I really can’t remember all the passwords for all the devices and services I use. So I use Keepass to remember those for me, and I need only one to access the others.

ClipX – Clipboard history manager, something Windows is still sorely missing.

AutoHotkey – Automation galore, I love this thing – I’ll have to make a post with the scripts I use to make life a bit easier.

English US Serbian Latin Keyboard Layout – Multicultural keyboard layout. ;)

Notepad++ – A much better Notepad.

WinMerge – File and folder comparison utility. Good TortoiseSVN integration.

Avast – Antivirus software, register to get the personal licence for free.


Winamp – I use it since forever, the keyboard shortcuts still kick ass.

The KMPlayer – This video player comes with all the codecs I need, plus a great subtitle support.

XnView – Great multimedia viewer, also simple image editor with batch options.


Free Download Manager – The name says it all.

Google Talk – Internet messenger, rather good, but I hate the fact that it doesn’t support Ctrl + C to copy the text from the previous messages. Fix it already Google!

Mozilla Firefox – The browser I love. Lately I find myself using Google Chrome more and more because of speed, but I hope version Firefox 4 will improve in this field. Still, the best browser, and of course – FireBug can’t be replaced.

Feedly – The only RSS reader that got my love. Works as a browser plugin, which is a big plus for me.

Skype – Talk over the Internet, call mobile and land lines, create conferences.

µTorrent – Light bit torrent client.

I use more applications of course, but these are some essentials I can’t live without. So, any of these on your list? Find other applications to do the same thing better? Comment below.

Published by Bojan Bjelić

Working hard on bunch of stuff, positive future above all. I'm blogging mostly about software, productivity and digital world.

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    1. Thank you Dejan, you’ve got a great list as well.
      Your English US Serbian Latin Keyboard Layout is on my list as you can see. ;)
      Ninite looks like a great tool, I’ll give it a go on the next occasion for sure. Which by the looks of my laptop will be soon. :|

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