You could always plug the Android device into your computer with a charger cable to pull the file over from the device directly. If you're worried about the file having something happen to it, like being stolen from the computer, encrypt it on the Windows end.
For Android phones, you can use MyPhoneExplorer that can sync between multiple android phones and its Windows Desktop app. It is free, even though the developer accepts donations. It can backup SMS, files, audio, etc. (It can also sync with user's outlook if required).
You can set "archive calls" length in its settings e.g. 6months, 1 year, ...
I found Graphviz to be a wonderful solution, especially since you don't have to worry about where things are (though you can), you just worry about the information that it conveys.
The only catch is it's not very easy to install on windows (and to be honest GVEdit isn't that great). The best workaround is to use a different tool compatible with the "dot&...
A similar question was asked at the wrong forum almost a decade ago. I probably didn't find it before because it asks about MBOX and not EML, but they're not too different from each other.
As it may be, one the answers there actually survived time and even supports OAuth - the free and open source Got Your Back (GYB). Beware it's Command Line though and a ...
One quick and dirty way could be to map the admin share (eg C$) of the server on your computer. You can then see disk space utilisation through Explorer, or even use RainMeter and other software to monitor it.
Xpadder can configure your controller to turbo any key, adjustable rate. I believe reWASD can also do this but the turbo option costs extra.
here is a comparative review
You could go with gocryptfs:
It's a FBE (file based encryption) inspired by EncFS. I use it on Linux, and it works fine. Files are only stored in encrypted form, their decrypted "presence" is established via FUSE (Filesystem in Userspace) on-the-fly, and shown like a "mount point" (i....
I use CloneSpy.
Besides lack of dark mode, it ticks the rest of your requirements so would be worth a look.
You can set it to prompt (like the pic below), or just delete all duplicate files without confirmation.
I can't think of an ideal solution, but:
Treesize can show you directories sorted by size - it would give you an idea on which folders are similar. It also shows number of files/folders within each folder
I use CLCL - free clipboard app. It allows you to have "templates".
For example, when I hit the CLCL hotkey, tap T for Template, I know if I press 6 it will paste my email address, and 5 will paste my phone number.
It's a little confusing to setup, but worth it, and totally portable so can run from USB.
Windows PowerShell (built-in to Windows) has a ConvertTo-Json command that you might be able to wrangle:
You could do this over SMB (setup a file share on the computer), then use the Solid Explorer Android app to "map" the share. Then you could copy all files (.nomedia should be hidden by default on Android) via Solid Explorer to the SMB share.
You could leverage ROBOCOPY on Windows to copy folders and exclude the .nomedia files too.
There may be ...
FreeOffice TextMaker supports read/write of rtf, doc, docx. Sometime they played with limitation to docx saving. Version of 2016 works fine and very fast, new versions works too. Just try, it is not free, it is limited freeware.
LibreOffice/OpenOffice Writer is too big weight for your tasks, I agree. It is mainly for docx (2007-2013+), doc (97-2003+) and ...
What about AntiDupl? It's free.
It can find and display duplicate images in the main graphic formats: JPEG, GIF, TIFF, BMP, PNG, EMF, WMF, EXIF, ICON, JP2, PSD, DDS and TGA. The comparison is based on the contents of the files, so the program can find not only almost identical, but similar images. In addition, the ...
If the goal is data recovery then in-place repairs are not recommended. If you decide to try anyway, first clone the drive using something like ddrescue. This is my fist and final warning ;)
There is no way to repair a severely damaged file system in-place for the purpose of data recovery!
First, if MFT is damaged there realistically is no way ...
Disclosure: I made some of the tools I will be proposing! These are not free but trials save recovered/repaired photos as scaled down BMP files
If files are available (not deleted or lost):
JPEG-Repair can be used to repair corrupt JPEG headers, edit raw JPEG data but also extract JPEGs from for example damaged RAW photos. I added the JPEG extraction option ...
Records to .webm (need to change in settings as default is .mp4)
Runs on Windows
Supports display scaling
Capture custom areas, windows
Records to .gif, and multiple video formats (encodes using FFmpeg)
Can upload to multiple destinations, such as imgur, twitter, dropbox, ...