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Free PDF comparison tool
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When comparing PDF files, you have the choice between: comparing the contents (i.e. the actual text) comparing the pages as a whole (visual comparison). While you might be looking for the first ...

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A "registry explorer" that works like Windows Explorer
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Have a look at Altap Salamander. The Registry features are described here. The only requirement where it fails it that it's not delivered as a portable applications. But if you have a look at the ...

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Up-to-date Fiddler equivalent for OS X?
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Two alternatives come to mind: Charles, which is actually multi-platform as it uses Java. So it's not native OSX. It's frequently updated, has a wide range of features and good support. Cellist, a ...

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Portable FTP server for 32 bit Windows XP with no admin rights
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Have a look at Baby FTP Server. This Baby FTP server has only the most necessary features and is yet powerful enough to be a basis for a more complex server. It's a single executable that requires ...

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Creating a "virtual disk" using multiple storage devices
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You could try creating a spanned volume, which is a built-in feature of Windows. Have a look at the instructions detailed here.

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Tag & Rename Mac OS X equivalent
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Have a look at Media Rage. While visually not the most attractive OSX app around, it does the things you're looking for: A collection of powerful tools for media enthusiasts with a Macintosh ...

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HTTP server (portable) for 32 bit Windows XP which requires no admin rights
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You could either try Baby Web Server or HFS. Both as single executables that require no admin rights nor an installation. Just download, double click and you're good to go. Baby Web Server This ...

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Screenshot Centric Documentation Tool
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While not free (so you can stop reading here if that's really a must), one of the best applications out there to assist in creating step-by-step documents, is Clarify. I've been using it for years now ...

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