Great software which makes your life much easier

konfab

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  1. VS code and its various extensions, I have about 37 installed.
  2. VS code server (allows you to run a full version of VS code on a remote machine via SSH, the frontend is then rendered on your local browser.) https://github.com/cdr/sshcode. I can't tell you the quality of life difference it makes fixing a problem on production in VS code vs using vim.
  3. Lastpass
  4. Asciidoctor - wonderful plaintext markup language that renders beautifully into lots of other formates
 

digitalis

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Oct 27, 2013
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Notepad++
Internet Download Manager.
Remote Desktop Connection Manager. Not sure how I survived so long without it.
Lastpass.
 
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Dylan_G

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Nov 12, 2011
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Teamviewer
Everything
Autohotkey (This thing is magic)
Tasker
AutoApps
TickTick
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Sublime Text
Ublock Origin
Enhancer For Youtube
 
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AdrianH

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VS code server (allows you to run a full version of VS code on a remote machine via SSH, the frontend is then rendered on your local browser.) https://github.com/cdr/sshcode. I can't tell you the quality of life difference it makes fixing a problem on production in VS code vs using vim.
Thanks for this.

I have similar plugin to execute Golang on my Raspberry Pi from my Windows VS Code installation.
 

mh348

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Jun 2, 2006
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PhraseExpress - It's a text expander / AutoText application, I use it daily on my PC's and Mobile.
Robotask for Simple Automation tasks
UiPath (still learning this)

Microsoft OneNote, only recently started using it, amazing app
Slack
Everything (voidtools)
SyncBackPro for syncing, moving files both local & to the cloud
 

krycor

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Will do a more comprehensive list but one thing I have mention..

Cron

Even the most basic find query to clean build folder off my disk after a few hours so I save space etc is awesome. I still want to do a few fun stuff with it kicking off scripts that pull things from internet and based on location etc but yea.
 
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