wget is a fantastic little command line tool for downloading files and data. It’s quite popular in the Linux environment, and also easy to use in Windows as well (but you need to install it). The magic is that with wget you can download web pages, files from the web, files over various forms of
Windows and Mac… be a Text Editor power user…Ever open your text editor just to paste the clipboard contents? Maybe to view, edit, or strip formatting? Or how about opening notepad just to type a quick note, thought, or save some text? I find I’m constantly doing these throughout the day. To make this snappy,
Ditch cmd.exe. It’s ugly, limited, has hardly been updated in 20 yrs, and is just a pain. If you ever use the command prompt, you owe it to yourself to get a much better shell. Take Command is awesome powerful. Far beyond other cmd.exe replacements. I’ve used it practically daily for 15+ yrs and love
I only use my laptop and am frequently traveling, suspending the laptop, or using a MiFi hotspot ($$$ over 5GB) and so don’t want to download torrents, or even run a torrent client, on my primary machine. Instead I’d prefer to be able to select torrents at anytime from my primary machine, and have a
In my job I meet with a lot of partners and interview candidates, scheduling many meetings a day. Trying to coordinate schedules over email is painful. Typing out what times are open in an email, then getting a response back after other meetings are scheduled over that time, revising and sending, back and forth… inefficient!