Microsoft provides Windows Performance Toolkit (WPT) consisting of Windows Performance Recorder (WPR) and Windows Performance Analyzer (WPA). All that again is part of the WADK and that's where you download it. Wow, what a journey!
WPT is free (gratis) for download.
During installation, deselect everything except WPT. It'll take ~620 MB on disk.
There are ...
You should be able to download the code and run it locally (haven't tried it personally).
Easily open your image and by hovering over pixels you'll get the X,Y coordinates and their associated pixel values in three R,G,B as shown in the sample screenshot below.
I hope this ...
How about draw.io?
Can be downloaded and used offline as an installed- or as a portable program, or can be used online without an account and with saving files locally.
Canvas automatically expands
You can draw freehand lines
You can import images
Has a huge catalogue of shapes and support of custom shapes
Colors (Fill, Line, Text, Gradients, ...)
Windows Essential Photo Gallery was a good solution, and so was Picasa. But it seems that the good face tagging solutions are now cloud-based. I came across Tag That Photo and have been using it for 6 months now. Doesn't have all the features of Picasa for output, but it does do a decent job of tagging. Bonus was importing my Win Photo Gallery tags. And ...
I have used a lot of editing programs. But I chose the best one in my opinion and this is movavi https://www.movavi.com/videoeditor/. Very easy to use, no ads or any clutter like in other applications. That's why I recommend it.
It seems ClubDeck stores everything in %USERPROFILE%\AppData\Roaming\Clubdeck. So the trick to running multiple instances is to have it store it's data elsewhere.
The process described below worked for me. Note, I am not running the installer.
Download the setup file from ClubDeck's site, currently it is Clubdeck.Setup.1.6.7.exe.
I can advise you on the Movavi program https://www.movavi.com/screen-recorder/. In this program you will do everything that you need, here everything is simple and easy, very light and simple interface!
I get a partial answer from ShareX's solution on GitHub:
I have tried add date taken for jpg using exiftool as follows.
exiftool -overwrite_original '-DateTimeOriginal<FileCreateDate' DIR
Thus one trick for doing the task using ShareX is through After capture tasks -> Perform action, with exiftool and arguments as follows.
For windows there are the parental controll settings. Android also has this for some time, so you do not need a latest version. Iphones most probably also have this settings too.
Just visit the settings of their devices and configure it there. The settings might be slightly different, alt least for iphone.
My personal favorite is WindowGrid.
I too used the original sizer, and a few years ago I found it's updated sibling Sizer4, and the search eventually landed me with WindowGrid.
It splits the screen to a predefined grid, and then with a simple mouse gesture (while dragging the title bar, right-click the mouse, drag, then release) you can place the window very ...
I would start with autohotkey, It's a scripting language specifically for this type of problem. I have not used it extensively, but from what people have told me, it would allow you to script this process.
This is a partial solution. The following will remove splash screens from LibreOffice applications (and only LibreOffice applications):
Open your LibreOffice application folder.
Open the program sub folder within that folder.
Locate the file soffice.ini.
Open soffice.ini and change Logo=1 to Logo=0.
Append -nologo to the command line ...
Using a clipboard manager (CopyQ), I can view the entire URL by Ctrl+L (focus address bar and select URL) followed by Ctrl+` (invoke CopyQ window). You might be able to use AutoKey or AutoHotKey to get that down to one keyboard shortcut.
Intelligent Tab Manager
Fully customizable hotkeys (including single key shortcuts)
You can search for bookmarks using the bookmarks panel but the search isn't that user friendly.
I don't know what you mean by a text highlighter.
You accomplish your goal with SyncBackFree (portable version available here), SyncBackSE, and SyncBackPro.
You can compare the different editions here. SyncBackFree is gratis, SyncBackSE is within your price range, and SyncBackPro is at the high end of your price range.
They are all from 2BrightSparks. I have used their software for many years and find it ...
My go-to recommendation for that kind of use case is barrier - which is an open-source fork of Synergy.
Barrier allows you to drive two computers from one keyboard/mouse set. I highly encourage you to test it.