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Any suggestions for a good portable clipboard manager?
I've been using Ditto, both the portable and desktop version.
Winamp portable? why not foobar2000?
By the way.... Do you REALLY trust portable apps ?
Do you know who made them ? Do you ? I would only trust a copy of Firefox directly from MOZILLA
Don't forget Total Commander for a file manager.
I like SumatraPDF too. Fast and lightweight. Wish it had annotation and highlighting feature, but that would add bloats to the software.I strongly disagree with Foxit Reader portable for pdf viewing! It used to be a good lightweight pdf viewer until v5.x, but nowadays it's a spyware-riddled piece of hugely bloated software almost as bad as Adobe Reader.
For a good portable and truly lightweight pdf viewer, use SumatraPDF or muPDF instead (for both the portable editions are supplied by the developer themselves).
CopyQ looks great. I'll give it a try. Thanks for the recommendation!I can also recommend CopyQ, which I personally prefer over Ditto (CopyQ also has an official portable version).
1. Sublime Text Portable?? Hmmm.... nope. Visual Studio Code is the new standard among power users. Sublime is losing its customer base. Visual Studio Code is packed with options, easy on the eye, cross-platform and has a portable mode too.
2. What about a video converter, such as SuperSimple Video Converter?
3. No audio editor either? How about Audacity portable?
4. Don't forget Paint.NET portable photo editor.