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Smallware:  those little utilities that do one thing (maybe two) but do them very well.  They typically have no installation- just a EXE file that you put where you want and execute from there.  They are always free, always small and written to accomplish a specific […]

Smallware:  those little utilities that do one thing (maybe two) but do them very well.  They typically have no installation- just a EXE file that you put where you want and execute from there.  They are always free, always small and written to accomplish a specific task the creator needed to do.  Marktaw has compiled a good list of smallware that is listed by category:

  • File Management
  • Networking and Chat
  • Security
  • Graphic Design
  • Macro
  • Information Management
  • Games
  • Project Management/ Getting Things Done
  • Misc.

There are dozens of little programs in this listing from this web site with a lot of other useful information and I recommend checking it out.

  1. This is cool! The only other smallware list I knew about prior to this was http://www.tinyapps.org , another great one. It’s nice to know that people are still working to making more space-efficient code, even in this day of 400GB drives!

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