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land,

It’s on the side of the desk

land,

Non. 😂 it smells nice so it’s always there.

land,

I’m using the Ikea UTESPELARE. It has a cable management fabric net also did some cable management on the wall, so you don’t see many cables hanging (I’m new to cable management). I’m using a Monitor mount saving me even more space.

(It’s still cluttered in the pic but usually it’s more cleaner).

land,

You’re not wrong about that. It can be challenging to work, especially in RGB. I usually have different mood sets for work or gaming.

I usually use Hue Focus scene for work + use that throughout the day, and at night, I use some RGB.

What apps would you love to have open-source alternatives for?

It seems like the FOSS community is continuing to grow, and FOSS apps keep getting better (Immich reallh blew my mind recently), which is a big win 😎 but there are still many apps I use that I would kill for an open source alternative. I am curious what you guys think? Are there any apps you’d love alternatives for?

land, (edited )
  • Parallel Desktop
  • Arc Browser
  • X
  • Discord
  • Copilot
  • Vivaldi Browser
  • Unread RSS Reader
land,

I have used them all. None of them comes closer to Parallel desktop. (Qemu a little bit)

land,

Sorry for lack of clarification. I meant bing AI or they call it copilot now

land,

Partially, not entirely.

land,

Do you recommend using it, though? (It used to be one of my favourite browsers) especially when we have other browsers such as librewolf, Floorp, etc.

land,

When they killed off third-party app support, and Apollo developer exposed Reddit CEO.

land,

Flow launcher + Everything even better.

land, (edited )
land,

Cheers for recommendations.

I use:

  • proton VPN
  • Portmaster
  • Wintoys = Windows debloater (I also have another tool that has almost all debloaters for Windows)
  • Xnviewer = image viewer (will be checking out the one you’ve suggested)
  • CopyQ (Clipboard manager)
  • Start11 (Not open source but a good tool for taskbar customisation)
  • QuickLook (selecting a file or folder then pressing the space bar, you can view a document, video, folder, or song without having to open it)
  • HotKeyP - App launcher (I turn off all start-up apps and use this tool to launch all the desired apps with a single hotkey)
  • Flow Launcher - I can’t use Windows without Flow Launcher; it’s my universal search engine for everything.
land,

It’s not that powerful but does the job, but if you want more advanced ones. This tool has almost every single one of them. With one click, you can download any debloater.

github.com/xemulat/XToolbox

Edit: it also has windows optimiser tools.

land,

I’m looking for an alterntive to this for windows. If anyone knows people lemme know.

land,

It’s not just a reader for web browsers; you select any text and press the hotkeys, and it takes you to a different window where you can read without any distractions.

Here is a preview of it (First app): www.youtube.com/watch?v=sPPTZ2nX1C0&t=20s

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