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ProcessMonitor by Microsoft (originally by Sysinternals, they were bought by MS) shows file, registry, network and process activity and has filters so you can set it to just show activity due to one process. It is free and powerful. It comes with a help file (.chm) The author demonstrates it's use in this video at 24m. You can find extensive tutorials ...


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I use Bvckup2 to mirror drives. The author is also concerned about bit-rot and currently has a small mailing list to discuss prevention, with the view to producing a tool. If anyone interested contacts him, he will (I am sure) be happy to add you to the discussion. This is the closest to an answer that I have been able to find


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I do not know if it is a medical condition. But let's explore some options: 1. Put a lamp near your desk One reason the brightness of a screen hurts our eyes is that we have "too much dark" around the screen. Putting a lamp near our desk will increase the overall amount of light and making our pupils close a bit, reducing the perceived light from ...


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If this is not a laptop computer, you will find there is a power button on the monitor that one can press to turn off the screen. It will not impact the operation of the computer.


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'too bright' you feel is actually 'too blue'. f.lux can solve your problem. After using it, I can keep working for hours without feeling my eyes a little bit of hurt.


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You can use the free Android emulator BlueStacks (works on Windows and macOS but not Linux) and install WhatsApp on it. It'll just send a verification code to your phone number: https://www.quora.com/How-can-I-use-WhatsApp-on-my-laptop-without-using-my-phone-I-cannot-verify-my-number/answers/23524866?share=1 (mirror) gives more details, but it should be ...


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Since Atom has not been mentioned yet, here you go: https://atom.io/ Some benefits: cross-platform free and open-source extensive customization lots of packages (add-ons) not limited to the Python language No experience with PyCharm so I can't really compare the two.


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Ones that I have tried and are Free & worth taking a look, in no specific order: VS Code with Python extensions PyCharm Community Edition WingIDE 101/personal (Personally I liked this enough that I shelled out for the pro edition) Spyder Included in Anaconda Distributions PyDev Eclipse Plugin Eric IDE there is a pun in the name if you know why python is ...


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Since you do not have many requirements, I suggest starting with Windows Performance Toolkit (WPT). WPT is not available as a standalone tool. It is part of the Windows Assessment and Deployment Kit (WADK). WPT is not a single tool. It's made of two parts: Windows Performance Recorder (WPR) and Windows Performance Analyzer (WPA). By default, the recorder (...


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I suggest taking a look at VLC Skins you can either find a minimal one that you like or design your own using the Skin Editor. Note that Skins do not work on OS-X


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You can fast h264 encoding with Intel Quick Sync Video. You can examine the DXGI Desktop Capture project to capture the screenshot. I hope this is what you are looking for.


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Movavi Photo Editor Nice and simple program for photo editing. There you can find all that you need: retouching, object removal, crop, change background, add text, frames, denoise, rotate, resize, add effects and etc.


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There few online video converters, that I like to use (simple and free): Video Converter Cloudconvert ConvertFiles


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Potentially Mapbox Studio or Scribble Maps may meet your needs. The former is more feature rich, but can cost more and might not be as easy to use. Both allow customization of the map down to removing streets, etc. Scribble Maps appears to allow more removal of layers than Mapbox but I am not for sure.


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Registry Finder Free Portable Windows XP-10 View all search results in a list. Undo actions.


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Automation Workshop Free Edition can do that and much more - https://www.automationworkshop.org/ Free for personal use GUI It supports RegEx, but also works without it It works on all Windows versions Tasks created with AW can be reused The Text Actions you may find useful: Read from file Find and replace text Write to file


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LightningChart .NET is the performance leader in WinForms charts. Visualization of millions of data points is effortless, real-time scroll and sweeping modes are built-in, and data is instantly load from huge data sets, and downsampling is not needed, the data is presented in full quality. The chart can visualize over 10 billion data points in extreme cases. ...


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If Plex is gone (like crashed; no longer running) it can be achieved by built-in mechanisms of Windows. All you need is a file with .cmd extension and this content: @echo off :checkagain REM Check if Plex is running tasklist | findstr "plex" | find /c /v "" > NUL REM If found in the task list, this will have errorlevel 0 REM If not found in the task ...


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I'm pretty sure you have heard this over and over again, but I'll say it myself: Bitcoin mining with your CPU will not earn you money. However, if you want to try, minerd (your computer will detect it as a virus, but it's not). It works pretty well on other coins too, although I am not sure if it does Bitcoin (it should, as it has SHA256). I recorded a video ...


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It would probably take some doing to set it up, enough that it would probably only be worth it for a fixed set of windows and it will take a lot of digging through the documentation. Free Solution You could use FFMPEG and the built in GDI screen grabber to: Capture a specific window by title at a specified frame rate, as in ffmpeg -f gdigrab -framerate 30 ...


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I don't know the TI Delfino, but I've worked with embedded systems and most probably what you need is that someone creates a runtime for your hardware that can accept your PLC program. Isagraf is very well known industrial automation software for which runtime are available for a lot of platforms. If Arduino and/or RPi are an option, there are software that ...


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FreeFileSync offers what you are looking for, you csn create the rules of how you want the files to be copied and it can detect automatically if a file needs to be copied or not


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You can use paint.net, which has the function that is called the magic wand. It will select the area e.g. the red area and you can delete it. The cutting can be modified as you wish so areas where it overlaps to background not intended to be removed, can just be changed by dragging the wand. You can also zoom in and remove pixel wise. I have made an ...


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You can use Third Eye for Android. Their feature list includes, quoted from their list: The app automatically takes a photo while someone enters the wrong PIN, Pattern or Password. Notification about wrong attempts while you unlock the lock screen. Last Unlock Time feature will show you the previous lock screen unlock time. With that, you can easily find ...


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SyncBackPro, SyncBackSE, and SyncBackFree by 2BrightSparks all meet your requirements: No Internet required - YES! No file transfer limit - YES! Mark certain folders (and files!) as "Never Sync" - YES! Newest changes to a file are carried over to all devices - YES! New files are copied to all devices - YES! Deleted files are deleted across all devices - YES!...


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rsync can copy files between disks without Internet, and it has a variety of exclusion options. For example, the option --exclude node_modules will exclude all your node_modules directories.


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Sounds like a good job for any personal wiki or outliner application. TiddlyWiki is a single file browser based local wiki where you can among other things create pages and tag them. Pages can have arbitrary custom fields and be searched, filtered and organized. You can create custom fields for your "exe name" "software name" and any other data and search ...


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It isn't very clear from your question if you are looking to just make layout i.e. wireframe or you want to create the whole website by drag and drop. Assuming the latter, you could try https://grapesjs.com/ GrapesJS is an open-source, multi-purpose, Web Builder Framework which combines different tools and features with the goal to help you (or users of ...


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For creating "windows with forms, buttons, labels, etc" as you say, sounds like this may meet your needs: www.python-gui-builder.com It's not super complex, but can certainly make buttons, labels, progress bars, and other things. It lets you create Python 3 Tkinter GUIs right in your browser, and displays the Python code in a column on the right-hand side....


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have you tried : FreePDF for Windows - A simply and free virtual PDF printer https://freepdf-xp.en.softonic.com/ or https://freepdf.en.lo4d.com/windows I have been using this for >10 years. It will install a printer service(i.e. virtual printer) and if you click on menu-> printer(e.g. word or any), it will pop-up as a real printer and print your content ...


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It might be too late to reply to this thread. But try Graphy https://graphy.studio if you haven't found anything good yet.


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A screen capture program such as SnagIt can be configured to capture a specific area of the screen (user defined) and save it to a user-defined folder, while prepending a user-defined filename with advancing numerical components. The default hot key for SnagIt is the print-screen key but nearly any combination can be used. The program runs on Windows and ...


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CudaText is gratis. It can do it via custom Python plugin. Plugin should show dialog via dlg_input_ex() or dlg_input(), user enters a number there, then plugin reads all lines via ed.get_text_line(i) and finds needed lines. Then it places caret via ed.set_caret() or shows found lines in msg_box().


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Duplicity runs on MSYS2 which has a better Windows integration than Cygwin. But you have to install it with PIP, it is currently not in MSYS2's pacman repository manager. I have described the install steps in this gist.


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