Thursday, March 1, 2012

Applications I have on my pc

I recently switched from Ubuntu to Linux Mint 12. The reason for the change was that after I updated Ubuntu to the newest version I simply didn't like it as much as the previous version but still wanted some of the new things. Here is a list of programs/applications I have on the pc:

  • 7 zip
  • Alarm Clock (timer program)
  • Caffeine (tells computer to not go to sleep or activate screensaver)
  • Gwhere (CD/DVD database program to keep track of what I have stored on DVDs)
  • Gourmet Recipe Manager
  • Redshift (Alters colors to help with sleep) if off-line type into terminal the longitude and latitude (okay really all I did was make a command shortcut that automatically launches my location) 
  • Slidewall - wallpaper manager that lets me have a slideshow for my wallpaper
  • Tomboy Notes (note taking program very convenient)
  • Tagaini Jisho (Japanese translator/dictionary)
  • Tux Typing (Typing practice program/game)
  • Aisleriot Solitaire (multiple Solitaire games)
  • Dolphin emulator (Gamecube and Wii emulator)
  • Dosbox emulator
  • Extreme Tux Racer (racing game)
  • FCE Ultra or GFCE Ultra (Nintendo Emulator)
  • Free Dink (RPG game)
  • Gens/Gs (Genesis, Sega Cd, 32x emulator)
  • Gbrainy (logic, math, and memory games)
  • hugo 2.12 (Turbographics/PCE Engine emulator)
  • Mupen64plus (Nintendo64 emulator)
  • PCSX (Playstation Emulator)
  • PCSX2 (playstation 2 Emulator)
  • QT Nethack
  • Steam (play steam games)
  • Super Tux (Mario type game with a penguin)
  • Super Tux Kart (Similar to Mariokart)
  • VBA-M (Gameboy, Gameboy Advance emulator)
  • Yabausa (Sega Saturn Emulator)
  • Zsnes (Super Nintendo Emulator)
  • MComix (Comic book viewer)
  • Gimp Image editor
  • Firefox
  • Google Chrome
  • Pidgin Instant Messenger
  • Transmission (torrent program)
  • WebHTTrack Website Copier
Firefox add-ons
  • Adblock Plus
  • Adblock Plus Element Hider
  • Adblock Plus Pop-up add-on
  • Chatzilla (currently disabled only enable it when using it)
  • Cookie whitelist with buttons
  • DownThemAll!
  • DownThemAll! AntiContainer
  • DuckDuckGo SSL (Search Engine)
  • EPUB Reader
  • FireFTP (Currently Disable only enable it when using it)
  • FlagFox
  • Flashblock
  • Ghostery
  • HTTPS-Everywhere
  • Internet Archive (Search Engine)
  • Ixquick HTTPS (Search Engine)
  • NoScript
  • (Search Engine)
  • Video Downloadhelper
  • Calibre (E-book organizer and viewer)
  • LibreOffice (word processing, spreadsheets, etc.)
  • PDF-Shuffler (PDF editing)
  • RedNoteBook (Journal/ offline blog)
Sound and Video
  • K3B (CD/DVD burning program much better than the one that installs with Ubuntu/Linux Mint)
  • Pitivi or Openshot Movie Editor
  • SMplayer or GNOME Mplayer(Mplayer frontend that plays VCD's correctly)
  • TiMiditty ++ Midi Sequencer (needed to get Wine to play Midi's in old games properly)
  • VLC Player (All around movie player)
  • Biogenesis
  • Periodic Table of Elements
  • Stellarium
System Tools
  • Bleachbit (similar to Ccleaner for windows - deletes unneeded stuff and keeps privacy)
  • FSlint (does multiple things only thing I use it for is to check for duplicate files)
  • Jupiter (power management and tells the computers internal temperature and changes screen orientation)
  • Ubuntu Tweak (slightly easier way to do some system maintenance or set settings)
WINE (windows programs installed)
  • Adobe Digital Edition - ebook viewer for some propriety ebooks
  • DVDFAB 9 (DVD copier - used to use k9copy but that stopped working so got this instead)
  • Fanfiction Downloader (google has an online version that works as well but prefer one kept on the computer)
  • Iso Buster (Iso editing program I use to save Playstation games to the computer since it works better than any of the other similar programs I've tried)
  • Several portable apps which are convenient for when I use other people's or public pcs.

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