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November 25, 2015

Atom.io Text Editor by Github

A few years ago in my review of Notepad++ I said it was the ultimate non IDE code editor. As a long time Notepad++ user I can say this: I never thought I would leave it behind forever!

I want to give a huge thank you to the people at github and the people behind the plugins for Atom.io.

Atom.io is all the best from Notepad++, Sublime, and Cloud9 IDE.

It’s easy to install, portable, and awesome!

My favorite features: (Some via plugins)

SSH File Browser CSS Hex Colors applied in editor (Awesome for CSS hacking) Mini Code Quick Scroll Pane Multi Line editing

Lots more, and I wish I had time to go into more detail here. I will create a Youtube [...]

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January 5, 2015

JK Defrag is Now MyDefrag *Updated 2015

UPDATED* 2015 Hey, just bringing another software review, this time it’s a defrag utility called Mydefrag.

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February 19, 2010

Hard Drive Usage Statistics

This is an app that’s useful for people with a LOT of information on their system, or if you need to work on someone else’s computer and they had no idea where they were saving everything. (Or maybe they don’t want you to know *wink wink*)

WinDirStat is a disk usage stats viewer and cleanup tool with many handy features like:

Directory list, Treemap and Extension list views so you can view your files the way you want Coupling. Select an item in the directory list: The treemap highlights it; and vice versa Zooming Built-in cleanup actions including Open, Show Properties, Delete Works with network drives and UNC paths ‘Create disk usage report’ [...]
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December 1, 2009

Process Monitor v2.8

In case you're new to filemon and regmon, what this app can do for you is watch what a program does on your computer. You start Process Monitor first, (No installation needed) and then proceed to set up filters. The easiest way to get started is to drag the sniper scope icon to any other programs window. Clear the current view by pressing Ctrl-X. Then Process Monitor will show you every file that your application that you have filtered, reads/writes/creates/deletes, as well as every touch it makes to the registry. You can see this would be very helpful if saw, you wanted to know exactly what your application was doing at any given time.
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