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change user & preserver environment (.bashrc&co)

Customer Friendly free
makes more sense to customers XD

Quick calculator at the terminal
Useful for quick calculations at the command line. $math_expr is any arithmetic expression (see sample output): 4.5*16+3^2 s(3.1415926/2) More options in the bc man page.

extract element of xml
Prints the value of a XML node rather than the entire node.

Use AbiWord to generate a clean HTML document from a Microsoft Word document.
Credit goes to @Porges from http://stackoverflow.com/questions/67964/what-is-the-best-free-way-to-clean-up-word-html.

Install pip with Proxy
Installs pip packages defining a proxy

Show device drivers and their properties (Windows XP)
Show device drivers and their properties, including digital signatures /si and in table format /fo.

Rename files in batch

Big Countdown Clock with hours, minutes and seconds
Figlet is easy to find for download on the internet, and works for any text. Quite cool.

Lists all files and directories with modified time newer than a given date
This is great for looking for files that have been updated recently. Logs especially or monitoring what files were added during an install.


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