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Windows program for viewing which program is using a file
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handle is a Microsoft-hosted command line tool doing just that. It was written by Sysinternals, now owned by Microsoft. You can give it a file or directory name (or any "handle") and it prints the ...

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Gratis Python IDE for commercial use
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PyCharm now has a free, open-source, apache-licensed "community edition": Community Edition FREE Lightweight IDE for Python development only Free, open-source, Apache 2 license ...

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Bulk export for Outlook emails, and cleaning up Microsoft junk HTML
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With the free and open-source libpff I could export all the data in my outlook, I hope this helps you too: If you have set up outlook to cache every message locally, you could export the data from ...

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File synchronisation tool for family
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disclaimer: I haven't tested these, but they look promosing. they are both open-source, decentralized and cross-platform. syncthing an option is to try syncthing: Syncthing replaces proprietary ...

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Wiki that allows editing (from within!) complete frontend HTML/CSS
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disclaimer: I haven't actually tried this, but sounds promising to me. maybe you could use the Mediawiki with extension CodeEditor (perhaps with Scribunto): The CodeEditor extension extends the ...

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Very simple, shared to-do list
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An alternative to keep your text file but replace dropbox with botsync botsync should synchronize your text file with your windows machine. botsync (click images for larger variants) on the ...

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