Windows 7 includes Snipping Tool as standard.
You should be able to find it on Start menu > Accessories. You can assign a key to the shortcut. ie if you set it to S, you just have to press Ctrl + Alt ...
You can use Kiwix:
free and open source
Windows, OSX, Android, Linux and most other OSes
offline reader for web content. It's software intended to make Wikipedia available without using the internet.
John's Background Switcher (aka JBS)
Is a program you install on your computer
Works on Windows 98 to 8.1 (so also Windows 7) 32 and 64-bit
Did I mention that JBS is completely free? Well it is! It ...
Fortunately, Facebook itself has an easy way to do this:
Go to https://www.facebook.com/settings
Click on Download a copy of your Facebook data
Click on the green button Start My Archive
Enter your ...
You can use Ditto:
works on Microsoft Windows 7
extend the clipboard to hold 2 or more items
unsure how often it flushes the keyboard history to the hard drive, but it's pretty much lag free.
Facebook chat is basically XMPP - any jabber client which has logs like pidgin would log any conversation you had using it (facebook chat is dead, and was a HTML5 'application' which had no logs). An ...
You can always use netsh - it can be called from the command line or can be put into a set of batch files with appropriate names, you can then create desktop short-cuts for each of them. In the batch ...
NPackd is an open source package manager for windows, it is able to install/remove/upgrade programs unattended.
NPackdCL is the command line tool that comes with NPackd, you can for example run this ...
You can use RPNcalculator:
free and open source (BSD License)
if you need portability just copy the files CommonLib.dll, RPN_Calculator.exe and WPFToolkit.Extended.dll, no need ...