I've been using Cygwin for some time now and it seems to do the job. It was very easy to install and I could choose from many different packages to install like vim, wget, etc.
Get that Linux feeling - on Windows
Cygwin is a Unix-like environment and command-line interface for
Microsoft Windows. Cygwin provides native integration of ...
It combines ConEmu, a Windows console emulator augmented with bash-like capabilities by Clink and msysgit. Some notable features include:
Bash shell, through msysGit
GNU C Compiler & GNU Make
In-built SSH agent
Aliases (with the same syntax as bash)
Paste from keyboard with CTRLV
If you're looking for a package ...
Cygwin, already listed is a good solution.
However, there is another alternative: MSYS.
MSYS is much lighter weight than Cygwin, however it might not have everything you need. Obviously, you will have to evaluate that yourself. It definitely does meet all 5 of your bullet points. It's free, is has a Bash shell, you can interact with your current ...
I'm surprised nobody mentioned Babun, "a windows shell you will love". It's a preconfigured Cygwin that "just works", generally quite awesome out of the box.
For a long time I used Git Bash (prettified with Console2), but I felt it quite lacking. I wanted more, but I was quite intimidated by Cygwin: I was afraid, perhaps unreasonably, of the bloat, ...
What I use is a combination of Git Bash, which comes when you install Git, and ConEmu. Git Bash uses MinGW, and ConEmu provides the option to have multiple tabs and good colour schemes, the option to have a full screen terminal, and more.
Windows 10, with the 2016 anniversary update, now provides a Bash Linux binary running on Windows itself. It can be accessed through any command prompt and can run UNIX-style commands (like ls) as it would with any other command. For more information about this, read the MSDN posts on the Windows Subsystem for Linux page.
MSYS2 is a fork of Cygwin created with the intention of being an updated environment to support building with MinGW. (That is, it's meant to serve as a better maintained alternative to the ever more out of date MSYS. See here for some details.) It functions well as a bash shell with Linux tools on a Windows machine.
bash is the default ...
You can use msconfig, which is a built-in utility of Windows, and turn off CPUs:
Go to the tab "Boot"
Select your boot configuration (on normal user's PCs, there's only one)
Click "Advanced options"
Check "Number of processors"
Check "Maximum memory"
Enter 2048 (or a value which you get by experimenting)
Do not use any of the debug settings, since ...
@obe recommended NirSoft HotKeysList. I will try to rephrase his recommendations in a form more suitable for this forum:
Unfortunately, this program will tell you that a hotkey is in use, but it will not tell you by what process. It could be quite valuable if you paired this with the troubleshooting processes recommended in this SuperUser link. As an ...
I would also would like to add the program I currently use called everything. It again meets my requirements but something to note is that the results are instant. It's easy to use and takes up little disk usage as-well. You can search for both folders and files.
Everything Search Engine
"Everything" is an administrative tool that locates files and ...
An application that I have used in the past is called Agent Ransack. It is a free application and meets most of my requirements. It is very fast at finding results and has many options when searching for files.
Agent Ransack is a tool for finding files and information on your hard
drive fast and efficiently. When searching the contents of ...
You can use WhatPulse:
Most features are free
Stats are available online as well as on the desktop client (from which you can export them as CSV).
Support several computers
It records the number of keystrokes per application:
I would like to test ...
Being a Test Manager I'd say you don't need a single product but many products in order to test whether your anti-keylogger works well with any of them and not only with a single one. Other than that, it seems there's no need to find out the most suitable one, since they are only used for the purpose of being detected. Any other ...
Gratis: yes. It has Personal and Professional Edition. The professional edition mostly just adds a support contract and deployment tools AFAICT). You can use the personal edition at your workplace
Uses Bash: Yes. I am using MobaXTerm 8.6 and that is using Bash 4.1.17(0)-release. Newer versions of MobaXTerm may user new Bash
Not an emulator: Yes, ...
As of 2015 and Python 3.4's release, there's now a reasonably complete user-interactive shell available at: http://xon.sh/
The demonstration video does not show pipes being used, but they ARE supported when in the default shell mode.
Xonsh ('conch') tries very hard to emulate bash, so things you've already gained muscle memory for, like
env | uniq | sort ...
Alright, I found what I'm looking for, it's called ShellExView (Shell Extensions Manager) and it was able to get to entries that programs like Easy Context menu was not able to get to. It meets my requirements of being,
Works with Windows 10
I have tried it
Shell Extensions are in-process COM objects which extend the abilities
I'd recomment VirtuaWin for this, which I'm using myself for years whenever I'm forced to work on a Windows machine (grin). VirtuaWin …
can pin applications to desktops (see first screenshot below)
runs stable and reliable (I've used it with Windows XP, Vista, and Windows 7 and no issues)
is even ...
There is a free and basic tool called CryptSync which is something like a cross between 7Zip (for compression and encryption) and SynchToy (for scheduled synch).
You can synch compressed and encrypted copies of specified files and folders to your locally stored cloud folder which in turn synchs with the cloud storage.
Although I like it, for me there are ...
Why looking for another app while this functionality is baked in into Cortana on Windows 10?
After launching, Cortana says “Ask me anything.” Simply ask her any
one of the following questions: What song is this?, What song is
playing?, What’s the name of this song?, or What’s playing right now?.
Use Cortana’s Music Shortcut
It is Firefox based. I've tried many Firefox and Chromium based browsers and Pale Moon is my favourite out of all of them. It's much lighter than Firefox. Finding addons compatible with Firefox 25 may be a bit hard, but all you have to do is search within Firefox addon version history list and find ones compatible with Firefox 25. I use my ...
I would definitely suggest Team Viewer version 10 (Version 11 auto logs out user on ending remote session). Team Viewer is free for non.commercial use and is quite easy to use. More details here: http://www.teamviewer.com/en/features/
Link to download (version 10): https://www.teamviewer.com/en/download/previous-versions/
Link to download (latest version): ...
Remote Utilities is a free solution to allow you remote to computers (up to 10 machines) for support. Some of the main features are:
Ability to save and export connections
Ability to remote install agent on PC's silently using NT Permissions
Ability to run Command Line, Task Manager, Full Control, Blank Screen and Disable Keyboard and ...
You could use IndieVolume. It has the features that you have mentioned in the question. Here is a screen shot.
However, the software is not free. You can download a trial version and check if this works for you.
Not all softwares play well with IndieVolume. So check all the softwares that you wish to use before buying(if you plan to).
First an online resource for you is Open Street Maps which you will probably find quite useful.
The main resource that I would suggest taking a look at is QGIS which is a suite of desktop applications that lets you import geographical data from various sources, (including Open Street Maps), select which layers of data you wish to display and at what scale, ...
For a cross platform git GUI you could try GitKraken:
100% standalone, i.e. just install it and it runs (you don't have to even install git).
Built in merge tool
Free (Gratis) but closed source (possible non-free pro version in the pipeline)
GitHub & BitBucket integration.
The program in the video that you linked to is called Rescue Time
Features you requested:
tracks which programs I use for how long
A.Tracks time spent on applications and websites, giving you an accurate picture of your day.
Has a categorizing feature and shows me my usage
A.Gives you detailed reports and data based on your activity.
I have never used ...