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WinSCP – Free, open-source, and award-winning FTP/SFTP client

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WinSCP (short for Windows Secure Copy) is a free, open-source (S)FTP, WebDAV, Amazon S3 and SCP client for Windows, developed by Martin Přikryl from Czech Republic in 2000. It’s mainly used to securely transfer files between local and remote computers, but it also provides features as a simple file manager and file synchronizer. In order to realize secure file transfer, it uses Secure Shell (SSH) to establish connections and provides support for SCP and SFTP (SSH File Transfer Protocol).

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gEDA – Free, open-source and cross-platform EDA software suite

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gEDA is a free, open-source and cross-platform (but mainly designed for Linux) EDA project. It provides a mature electronic design solution, including schematic diagram capture, property management, BOM (Bill of Materials) generation, 20 grid tables, analog and digital simulation, and printed circuit board layout (PCB suite, free software application).

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KiCad – Cross-platform and open-source EDA suite

In the process of learning PCB design technology, many people may want to know what EDA design software is the most appropriate one? If it was several years ago, I would not hesitate to recommend Altium Designer to everyone. Because it was very popular, came with all kinds of supporting resources, and if you had any problem, you could always find someone familiar with this tool to ask for help. But today, KiCad has become a better choice.

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[v89.0, v86.0] Latest Portable versions of Google Chrome & Chromium

The research supported by real statistics indicates that, Chrome, its source Chromium and countless homologous varieties browsers have overwhelmingly occupied the market of web browsers. Although this is true and not always a good thing.

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diagrams.net – Diagram with anyone, anywhere

diagrams.net (formerly called Draw.io) is a completely free, open-source, cross-platform and stand-alone flowchart drawing application that can be used as a browser-based web application, desktop application and plug-in for some other software. That’s to say, you can use its web edition directly in a web browser (no registration required, no limitations, no catches), or use its desktop edition offline under Windows, Mac or Linux OS.

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MyFirefox – Make portable version of Mozilla Firefox of your own

MyFirefox is a plug-in nature of tiny app for Mozilla Firefox, written and compiled using AutoHotKey and AutoIt, developed by cnjackchen (Jack Chen/Chen Jian/甲壳虫) from China. With MyFirefox, you don’t need to install any version of Firefox. Instead, it automatically downloads your desired version of Firefox and extracts the installation files inside to make your own portable version of Firefox. You won’t have to reconfigure Firefox even if you reinstall the system in the future, and the bookmarks are there too.

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