Most software developers working on Windows have a pretty standard roster of tools: a code editor or IDE; Git or another version control system; a messaging client (whether Slack or one of its clones), and so on. And with most developer workflows being online, the web browser has obviated many other tools we might normally install on the desktop.
But there are still a number of desktop apps that programmers can benefit from, whether for managing one’s day-to-day workflow or for creating content that is adjacent to the job of building software (like video walkthroughs or screencasts). Here are six such tools that deserve a place on any developer’s desktop.
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