Suggest me software!

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Level 37
Feb 4, 2016
here is a list with audio/video and graphic software that i'm using on all my machines:

AIMP: audio-player
Jet Audio VX plus: audio/video player with an integrated media manager (paid version)
Jet Video: free audio/Video player
Media Monkey Gold: Audio/video manager and player (paid version)
Foobar: Audio/video manager and player
DFX audio enhancer: sound enhancement tool (paid version)

ZONER Photo studio 18 Pro: photo manager/photo editor (paid version)


Level 5
Oct 9, 2016
A few other suggestions:
Free Download Manager: for downloading files over the Internet, it has all the features I need. There's a portable version in case you don't want to install it.
Calibre: ebook management, for those who eventually read books. MS Paint replacement.
Veracrypt: Disk encryption tool.
qbittorrent: Bittorrent client, open source, lightweight, no bloats, no adware
FFMpeg: comprehensive video/audio encoding tool. Command line only. If you prefer a GUI front end, you can try Handbrake.
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Level 2
Jan 29, 2015
Some software i use:
Directory Opus
VLC Media Player
Visual Studio Code


Level 37
Feb 4, 2016
basic/system tools:
*) Free File Sync (file synchronisation tool)
*) ACRONIS true image 2018 (crates complete HDD images) (paid version)
*) Ashampoo Burning studio 2015 (paid version)
*) 7zip
*) Seatools for windows (HDD diagnistics for SEAGATE drives)
*) Data Lifeguard diagnostics (HDD diagnistics for WD drives)
*) REVO uninstaller Pro (paid version)
*) Hard disk sentinel Pro (paid version, HDD diagnistics software)
*) Crystal Disc Info portable (a popular SMART utility)
*) HW monitor (informations about your hardware: temps, clocks, power consumption, wear level of your laptops battery etc..)
*) process lasso (running tasks/processes on your PC)
*) disk mark 64 portable
*) CPU-Z x64 portable
*) GPU-Z portable
*) AS SSD benchmark
*) speccy64 (informations about your hardware)

Customization software:
*) GUI customizing software (from WindowBlinds, Fences 2, Object dock, WindowFX, Start8
*) rainmeter

Game clients:
*) steam client
*) uplay client (UBI soft game client)
*) client

*) Spotify premium (music streaming service, paid version)
*) Skype
*) Microsoft OneNote 2016 client

*) Kaspersky Internet security 2017
*) Malwarebytes anti malware Premium (paid version)
*) Zemana anti malware Premium (paid version)
*) adw cleaner
*) online Virus scanner (bookmark only): VirusTotal and Jotti's malware scan
few minutes ago i found this upload tool that can be installed on your PC: you dont need a browser anymore if you want to upload files to VirusTotal :
Winja 3.0.6248 Build 52517 at

description from
Winja uploads files to VirusTotal and can retrieve reports, scan running processes, startup, services, and more. It is the replacement for Phrozen VirusTotal Uploader.

The program was redesigned from scratch and uses VirusTotal API in a much more efficient way to save network resources and time. It can check for a previous existence of a scan in the archives of VirusTotal before uploading the file itself.

Winja takes Phrozen VirusTotal Uploader and turns it into much more of an all-in-one system utility that can look at startup files, scheduled tasks, processes, and services to check suspicious files on VirusTotal. This can be handy for anyone cleaning malware who might be unsure if a file is legit or not.

a thread about this tool:
Winja Virus Total uploader from Phrozensoft at

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Level 7
Jul 1, 2017
Example of application:

I just used 7zip yesterday to create a .tar bootloader to flash with Odin.


Level 5
Mar 1, 2014
not all of these are daily... WhoCrashed...
Yeah, you are right about this one not being a daily. But it's good to keep it around. :)

Foobar: Audio/video manager and player
Kudos to the one who named it. :)

And there is another one with a strange name i recommend: SUMo (short from Software Update Monitor). I also keep LightShot around. And IObit Uninstaller, for it helps me delete leftover files/folders. Previously i used to use much more programs, but lately my mantra is something like "If you don't use it, ditch it".
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