Next Level Productivity Tools In Analysis!

Early on in this blog I was talking about tools that would help accelerate productivity. Some I continue to feel a lot of benefit from using, such as XYplorer, while some I just couldn’t fit into my own workflow easily and stopped using, such as PhraseExpress. Since then I have also gone on to review and use Read More

How (And Why) To Stop Wasting Time Looking For Files On Your Computer

Here’s a tip that has proven more useful than having a tabbed file explorer like XYplorer or even nifty customisable shortcut buttons in that explorer. Create shortcut links for all your frequently visited folders and put them in your own favourites or special folder, then put links to THAT folder everywhere. If your work is spread Read More

Productivity Boosting Tools (for Windows): Third Week Rundown

  Another week has gone and I’m still using most of the tools I started off with, excluding QTTabBar which I replaced with a full windows explorer replacement, XYplorer. XYplorer XYplorer has been very useful in my day to day work, and I am getting accustomed to the different interface for accessing and navigating the folders Read More

Productivity Boosting Tools (for Windows): Second Week Rundown

  A little under two weeks ago, I started using some new tools to try and make my work flow smoother and hence more productive. I had felt like the standard tools we use in Windows were limiting my productivity potential, and I reviewed how things were going after using them for a week. Now that Read More

File Explorer Face Off And Keyboard Short-cuts

As I mentioned in my last post, I would like to try out some other file explorer alternatives besides XYplorer. Remembering this, I decided to give Directory Opus a chance, as that was my second favourite option from reading articles about it. I was also impressed by the history of the application, having started way back Read More

Productivity Boosting Tools (for Windows): First Week Rundown

It has been a week since my first post on here, so I thought I would do a summary of how things have progressed, in order of how much I liked/used the tools. Desktops V2.0 This has been the most used tool this week by far. I have no idea how many times I’ve used the Read More