The common theme here, as with the first one, is that these are all cool free Windows “enhancements”: i.e. apps that tweak or change the way we work with the system environment itself, whether it is working with files, folders, or applications; they are, to quote my first post “apps that brings functionality to the Windows environment that could or should have been built-in options in Windows”.
And I'm proud to say one of my applications (Find and Run Robot) made the cut.
Also, Apathy's QuickCliq made it as well.
Elsewhere on this blog I mention the excellent Launchy, another excellent searchbox-style indexing launcher which I used for a long time, but Find and Run Robot (henceforth referred to as FARR) just may be the best of its class. This is because of the range of add-ons that are available for it, created by a very active user community over at donationcoder.com.
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