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Uwe Sieber's commandline tool RestartUsbPort can list present USB devices: C:\>RestartUsbPort -L RestartUsbPort V1.0.3 (Win32) - Restarts a USB Port Freeware by Uwe Sieber - www.uwe-sieber.de List of USB ports with a device attached: Name : Generic USB Hub DeviceID : USB\VID_8087&PID_0020\5&15BBD570&0&1 Location : Port_#0001.Hub_#...


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Have a look at gitg. It is a GNOME program that is also available for Windows and is very similar to gitk but using the gtk/gnome tookit.


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git-cola seems to come with a tool named "git dag" you might wish to take a look at. You can find some screenshots here, let me pick the two most relevant: git dag (left) and git cola (right), source: GitCola (click images for larger variants) The two rawly correspond to gitk (git-dag) and git-gui (git-cola), but have a fresher design. You can ...


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I tried the other suggestions above but I found this guitar tuner that worked nicely. I was even able to accurately hum a range of notes. https://tuner-online.com/


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