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Find and Run Robot Opinions on FileForum

It [Find and Run Robot] is the most feature-complete and most advanced launcher out there! It simply rocks! I love it, and even I use only a minor amount of features and plugins it has (because it requires someone to remember the syntax of the commands-plugins) it greatly simplifies computer usage..
FileForum
Useful, quirky or specialized Windows programs

It's obvious that the programmers at the Donation Coder site work best under deadline, as they've once again turned out a surprising number of useful, quirky or specialized Windows programs in the space of one month, available free for download.
K.Purdy at Lifehacker Blog
Try Out 10 Free Productivity Apps at Donation Coder

Free software site Donation Coder challenged its code-savvy users in November to write small, simple programs that help users better manage their time and tasks. The results are in, they're free, and some of them look really darn useful.
K.Purdy at Lifehacker Blog
Lifehacker Download of the Day: GridMove

I work on a 21" widescreen monitor, so I rarely maximize windows to cover my full desktop. In fact, I find that working with two windows side-by-side is a major productivity boon for me. As such, I'm loving GridMove, which makes it easy for me to snap windows into clean, pre-defined spaces so that I don't have to resize them and drag them around to make the most of my screen real estate.
A. Pash at Lifehacker Blog
Lifehacker Download of the Day: fSekrit

Much like previously-mentioned LockNote, fSekrit's even better because 1.) it weighs in less than the LockNote file size at a mere 40KB and 2.) it allows you to save it as a different file name for different notes. For example, you could have a passwords.exe and an addressbook.exe file on your thumb drive passworded by fSekrit without having to go through the whole save and rename rigamarole. This one should've originally gone into the Carry your life on thumb drive article.
G. Trapani at Lifehacker Blog
Screenshot Captor: The most full-featured screenshot app I've seen

Screenshot Captor is an advanced, full-featured screenshot application boasting an impressive feature set that rivals the shareware favorite, SnagIt. In all, Screenshot Captor may be the most full-featured screenshot app I've seen, freeware or otherwise. On the other hand, it does have a slightly steeper learning curve, so if there's a downside, that may be it.
A. Pash at Lifehacker Blog
You won't find a more full-featured screen capture program for less

There are many professional tools that streamline this process, but their cost seems hard to justify for taking the occasional screen grab. Fortunately, there is Screenshot Captor, which is full of features and is free. In addition to warm fuzzies, donations garner small perks at the site and guaranteed free access to future software, should it become commercial. Neat idea.. After you use SC a while, you'll probably want to make a donation; it's that good.
CompiterPowerUser Magazine
Bursting with other useful functions

Slip a little virtual ginseng into Clipboard with Clipboard Help+Spell. This powerful program automatically stores every item you select and Control-C. It marks every entry with the date and lets you sort the entries into groups. The Quick Filter function searches for entries containing the words you specify.. This program is bursting with other useful functions, such as the ability to type Clipboard text directly into Clipboard Help+Spell and a button to paste the text to the last open window of any program, when possible. Clipboard Help+Spell is easy to configure to the way you work, making it an excellent companion on any PC.
L.Blackwell at PCWorld Magazine

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