Decompiler and disassembler are essential tools for any sharp-sighted programmers. No matter which programming languages, they have their corresponding decompilers. For compiled Java binary class file, there are two excellent decompilers: they are freeware Java Decompiler and commercial software DJ Java Decompiler (AppNee will release its related resources later).
People who like to watch movies probably have encountered such a situation: the cineframe or sound track is not synchronized with the subtitles. Watching films like this is wasting the film itself and our time, and that's really a mental torture at the same time! While don't worry, we can use some software to easily adjust/correct the movie subtitles.
Developing C# applications, there is no better IDE than Microsoft Visual Studio this super fatso (but I do prefer the lightweight and fast Microsoft Visual Studio Express or SharpDevelop, MonoDevelop, QuickSharp)! Once you've installed this colossus, your Windows is basically discarded. At least, users with disk maintenance OCD will agree with me.
It was originally written in C++ by Christophe Dumez (from France) in 2006 when he was a student. Now it's maintained by worldwide volunteers on their spare time. qBittorrent is a free, open-source and cross-platform BitTorrent client (torrent file downloader) with nice UI based on Qt and built-in search engines.
The original design intent of Universal Extractor is to provide a simple and convenient way to extract files from installation packages (Inno Setup or Windows Installer package, for example), without having to use the command line every time. Afterwards, it gradually evolved into a universal extractor that can automatically extract files from almost any type of archivers with one click, no need to consider their source, compression method, etc.
Aegisub (successor of the original SubStation Alpha and Sabbu) is a free, open-source and cross-platform advanced subtitles creating & modifying tool. Recognized as an industry standard of all subtitle editors, it is widely used by numerous subtitle groups and subtitling fans for the subtitling and translation of concert, OP, PV, TV, animation and some other aspects like video post-production.
Free online file hosts are good place to share our resources. However, these websites generally use the browser's built-in downloader to download files, and their download methods are widely different. Even a few ones support multi-threaded downloading, you often need to enter verification code, wait dozens of seconds to tens of minutes, and have to fight with the flying ads, popups first for finding out the real download button. More exasperating is, once the Internet connection is broken, all has to start from scratch (because many file hosts do not allow you to continue file transferring from breakpoint)... Therefore, for most of us, downloading files from online storage space has become a painful thing. As a consequence, JDownloader came into being many years ago.