One thing I use a lot on my computer is the “open command window here” context menu entry. By default, you have to hold shift when right-clicking on a folder to get it to show up, but you can hack it such that it always shows up when you right-click on a folder (delete the registry entry at HKCR\Directory\shell\cmd called Extended) or when you right-click the empty space inside a folder window (delete the registry key at HKCR\Directory\Background\shell\cmd called Extended).
The Windows version of git comes with a version of bash that’s set up all nice-like with git integration. I found myself often opening a bash console, switching into some directory, doing something with git, and then closing the console. That’s somewhat tedious, though, so I ended up making an “Open in Git Bash” context menu entry. If you want to use it, you’ll need two files: bash.bat and bash.reg
<Me> Good news: I finished my app! Bad news: the internet is dead, so I can’t post it.
<Jon> awesome, what app? And the world can wait another day for greatness.
<Me> It draws POLYGONS.
Elyscape Software is proud to announce the release of its first mobile application: the Polygon Viewer for Windows Phone 7. Here at Elyscape Software, we understand that the need for an inexpensive tool that can easily visualize a variety of shapes, and this app was created to provide for this emerging market. Offered at the low cost of nothing, the Polygon Viewer creates not just regular polygons but star polygons and star figures as well. It even tells you what to call everything.
The Polygon Viewer is available now in the Windows Phone Marketplace. My next app is in development and will actually be useful.