Back in February 2009, I wrote the “21 programs I always install on my work PC” post.
It’s time to revisit that, as I’m supporting Windows 7 & Windows XP environments these days.
||Everything on the web seems to be Flash based now.|
||Syncs my Lotus Notes calendar entries to my Google Calendar|
|CD Burner XP||
||A freeware CD/DVD burner which is really good.|
|Google Chrome / Enterprise version||
|Group Policy Management Console||
||Group Policy Management|
|HTTPS Everywhere plugin||
||Lightweight CD/DVD image burning application.|
||For creation of self extracting archives.|
|KB SSL Enforcer||
||A free image and photo editor for Windows.|
|Password Manager XP||It’s the password manager I use for work related passwords.|
||The best VBscript editor and debugger I have ever used.|
|SCCM Client Center||
|Systems Management Server 2003 Toolkit 2||
||I work with SMS servers …|
||It’s backup software. I use it to keep my portable hard drive synced my work computer.|
||Like Adobe Flash, everything seems Java based as well.|
||TrueCrypt is a disk encryption program, which I use to secure USB memory sticks , and my portable hard disk, with.|
||A text file search tool. Very handy for searching log files quickly.|
|W2K3 SP2 Admin Tools||
||Active Directory tools|
Only installed when I need it.
Used for comparing files and directories to see what is different.
A countdown timer program which I use to remind me to check things at intervals.
Takes a screenshot of your screen every x seconds. As I have to fill in a timesheet, it helps me to remember what things I’ve done during the day. The product itself can do a bundle more than what I use it for.