April 20th, 2004
|10:39 pm - Vague attempt to start a meme ...|
What programs do you have running on your computer right now ?
I have :
Opera (web browser, very fast, can also be very secure (no popups, etc)).
xmms (Audio player, similar to WinAmp)
Audacity (sound editor, used for converting .wav files from tapes into MP3s, currently with 600 Mb .wav file open)
Ksirtet (silly tetris thing :-) )
3 cxterm windows (a version of xterm which allows Chinese input/output)
xsane (program for photo/slide scanning)
5 Konsole windows (sort of like xterm, but not)
(and the other PC has Mozilla, mutt (mail reader), two trn windows (Usenet reader), gramofile (currently used for recording audio cassettes to .wav files), xmms, and a whole bunch of terminal windows ... )
Your turn ...
Current Mood: geeky
|Date:||April 20th, 2004 04:58 pm (UTC)|| |
I'm in the doom of waiting for the Landlord to come do our inspection, so why not comply to your meme?
Opera, a bazillion nested windows of it, in fact
Notepad - what can I say, I love that thing. As much as one can love Windows "products"
The GIMP - Learning how to avoid software piracy is a good thing, and this sure seems to be a stable and capable graphics program
And numerous icons running quietly without my input, including:
Sophos (Uni to thank for this one, it's nice to have antivirus definitions which update every hour)
ActiveSync - for when I want to steal roleplaying notes I made on my Ipaq
Not terribly exciting, but given I'm usually at work right now, and I can't do anything fun for fear of aforesaid landlord showing up.. I'm just putzing around ;)
|Date:||April 20th, 2004 06:50 pm (UTC)|| |
All programs are running under Mac OS X 10.3.3
Finder, Safari (many windows, all tabbed), Mail, Terminal (including one running Folding@Home), Xjournal (LJ client), iTunes, iCal, Preview, iSync, Internet Explorer, Unison (usenet).
Internet Explorer, Outlook Express, and WinVi (it's a useful text editor, it's a useable text editor it's BOTH! [very nearly anyway]). Also Trend PC-cillin, Swtray, Systray, Point32, Loadqm, and Winampa, but they all started up with my computer. Wish I knew what Loadqm was, actually. Oh well.