3ds max 2011 plus a whole slew of 3rd party plugins - saves me from boredom
Photoshop + nDo + xnormal + Nvidia plugins for PS - see above
Marmoset Toolbag - because 3ds' viewport sucks big time
The Windows Calculator - because
Laptop and Macbook
MS Word: ideal for writing, although mostly I just copy slabs of text from other sources and combine them.
MS Excel: ideal for research data and accounting, few years ago I wouldn't think I'd use it so much.
MS Powerpoint: ideal for making presentations
VPN client: to log in on the university's network
KissMac: to log in to any other network
MS Messenger: still the best chat-program round (altough the old versions where miles better)
Rain radar: ideal for driving a convertible and knowing if you'll need a coat when you go out
Facebook app: speaks for itself. utter crap, hope they'll make a better one with the cash they recieved.
Twitter app: speaks for itself
The 'Call' function on my cellphone. Apparently, hard to locate on today's "smart" phones. You youngsters and your jive talk.
Google Chrome - I used to use firefox but it's been turned into a bloated, buggy mess lately
Fraps - obvious reasons
SpeedFan - Gives me a quick readout of GPU temperatures on my taskbar
WinDirStat - Visually represents disk usage (with a graph) and allows you to see which folders take up the most space
Adobe Photoshop - Though I don't have it installed currently
Sony Vegas - Use it for movie making
could anyone point to a good application to partition Hard disks. I'm a long time Win Xp user and switched currently to Win 7. I hoped during the install of the OS It would enable me to partition my Hard disk, but it didn't . . . now I'm stuck with a gigantic 2 TB HD which I desperately need to partition.
Any advice is really appreciated.
I apologize in case it's the wrong thread to ask.
Do you like music?
Originally Posted by walker
Took out myself and two other squad mates bouncing a grenade off a wall.
Originally Posted by CarlGustaffa
Bah, I've done that since OFP I can't hit a barn when I'm trying to. But with nades, I can hit a barn when I'm not trying to
Pretty much wrong thread, i'd say, though
You're looking for this - http://www.partitionwizard.com/free-...n-manager.html
easy ( just use the sliders ) and quite excellent actually
I also wanted to add - sandboxie, very light program that allows you to run or install programs without actually changing your registry or cluttering your OS, such as unknown or untrusted programs.
Last edited by Bee8190; Jul 8 2012 at 13:08.