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Repost from another forum. Original list courtesy of chuiu@SEN, with some modifications from me. If you know any programs that aren't on the list, don't hesitate to post them!

Last updated: 2013-05-24 - Added OBS.

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Open Broadcaster Software - Free open-source streaming software that is more stable and easier to use than XSplit.
HashCheck - A shell extension for Windows that makes it easy to verify file hashes.
Dxtory - Paid alternative to FRAPS.
MSI Afterburner - Video capture and overclocking software. Works with pretty much any GPU, not just MSI-branded ones.
Mumble - Compact open-source VoIP application.
VMWare Player - Basically a "lite" version of VMWare that's free to use.
Angry IP Scanner - Simple network scanner; WinPcap/IPMon+ is an alternative.
Handbrake - Free universal video transcoder.
LibreOffice - Fork of Open Office that's actively supported and has a large community.
Start8 - Brings back the Start Menu on Windows 8.

Useful Websites

MajorGeeks - Site with a ton of software utilities. If you need something that's not on this list, MajorGeeks would be where you should look for it.
Old Version - A website with old versions of programs. Very useful for finding that 'old version' that worked better than the new one.
PortableApps - A website containing a variety of popular applications (Firefox/Chrome, 7-zip, Notepad++ being just a few of them) modified to run independent of the Windows registry and all other things not within the program folder itself. These "portable apps" will run off a USB flash drive and be fully functional on any computer you plug it into, making it nice for people who want to carry their favorite programs on the go.
WhatTheFont - Upload an image, and it will tell you what the font is, or at least give a close approximation. What Font is and identifont are also working alternatives.
SauceNAO - A tool that aids in finding the web source of an image when given a file.
HW Compare - A comparison tool of popular nVidia/ATI/AMD graphics cards. Mobile cards are unfortunately not on the list, so you will need to find the desktop GPU that the mobile version was based off of or use Notebookcheck.net.
Anandtech Benchmarks - Benchmarks subsection of Anandtech allowing comprehensive comparison of high-end CPU/GPUs.
Upload Screenshot - Exactly what it sounds like: A single click immediately turns your clipboard into an image that can be linked. Will reencode what it gets as medium quality JPEG, so do not use this site for regular day-to-day image hosting operations.
Random.org - A convenient random number generator. Also hosts simulations for coin flips and other miscellaneous situations.
Down For Everyone Or Just Me - Tells you whether or not a site is fully down, or if you are simply unable to access it.
utrace - Traces an IP to geographical location more accurately than most other GeoIP services and can provide whois info. Also tells you your own IP when you first open it.
Hulu - Watch TV or movies online with minimal advertisement.
Surf The Channel is another alternative with the same purpose.
NicoNico Douga - Japanese video hosting site.
Newegg - Definitive computer parts online store. Find most of the best deals here.
Camelegg - Newegg price tracker. Has a firefox addon.
TigerDirect - Computer parts store similar to Newegg, although lists item pricing differently and has a more painful RMA process. Other alternatives include NCIX (Canada) and SuperBiiz.
Techbargains - One of the largest sites that collects deals and coupons from popular vendors. This can easily save you several hundred dollars when purchasing hardware within just a few minutes of searching.
Giveaway of the Day - A site that offers completely free, fully registered versions of normally paid programs on a daily basis.
SourceForge - Repository of source code and open-source software. Note, however, that "open-source" does not necessarily equal "good", so exercise caution when downloading.
Filter Forge - A large database with seamless textures and the Photoshop plugin of the same name. Useful for graphics design beginners.
dafont - Get your fonts here. Other free font hosting sites can be found on the first page of Google.
Tweak Guides - Site with an optimization guide for numerous games and applications.
Requirements lab - Check to see if your computer can run certain games before you buy them. Not 100% accurate, and sometimes has trouble detecting dedicated cards if your setup has switchable graphics.
Denshi Jisho - Great site for anyone wishing to acquaint themselves with the Yamato language, or just to look up something that they are unsure about.
LucidChart - Online diagramming collaboration tool.

File Utilities

7-zip - File compression utility. Does everything WinRAR can ever hope to do, and more.
STDU Viewer - A document viewing utility that opens almost all common file formats, including PDFs.
Teracopy - Great utility that makes large file transfers in windows painless.
Ultracopier - The multiplatform alternative for Teracopy.
Recuva - Definitive file recovery program.

Image Utilities

Paint Tool SAI - An absolutely essential (albeit paid) program for anyone that draws digital art frequently using a tablet. The tabler sensitivity on this is light miles ahead of what Photoshop provides. Of course, anything beyond lineart should be done through Photoshop.
Corel Painter - Another fairly good application for artists, although quite expensive. Unlike SAI, Corel Painter is geared more towards people who want to draw more traditional art, and thus has a much steeper learning curve, but also comes with a much wider assortment of tools.
openCanvas - Alternative to SAI with a great feature set.
Paint.NET - Superior alternative to MS Paint.
Irfanview - Great image viewer/browser/converter, although the roadkill cat icon may be a turnoff for some.
GIMP - Free alternative to Photoshop. A lot less powerful out-of-the-box, but has plugins to expand its feature set.
PNGout - Automatically cuts out useless data in pngs for lossless compression. You can use it as an irfanview plugin or a command line interface. Similar to pngcrush, but this one actually works.
Perfect Resize - An application capable of upscaling images with minimal loss of quality. Also works as a Photoshop plugin.
Neat Image - A noise reduction program that works well for photographs, scanned images, and even poorly-compressed JPEGs.
Greycstoration - A Photoshop plugin for artifact removal.
Inkscape - Open-source SVG editor.

Video Utilities

Hi10P Playback Guide - For people who want to properly decode 10bit video.
CCCP - Combined Community Codec Pack. Lightweight codec pack which will play most anything, so long as the encoder wasn't an *******. Also comes with 2 media players.
K-Lite - A much larger and more comprehensive codec pack. Is bundled with MPC-HC.
ffdshow settings for anime - A registry file for ffdshow video decoder (which is included in CCCP and K-Lite codec packs), optimized to improve the playback quality for anime. Open with registry editor to install. This specific .reg file assumes you have CCCP installed.
Media Player Classic - Home Cinema - Abbreviated "MPC-HC". Bundled with CCCP and K-Lite and the player of choice for just about anything nowadays.
VLC - Decent media player; not as nice to use as Media Player Classic, but has superior support for some filetypes, notably .ogm files.
All to AVI - Converts everything into .avi format, great for people who just want their video converted to the legacy format without hassle.
SUPER - If you can follow the several links and somehow manage to download it, its a great video file conversion utility.
Media Coder - Alternative to SUPER that some claim to be superior.
Virtual Dub - Another conversion utility a bit more on the technical side.
Handbrake - Free universal video transcoder.
MeGUI - x264 GUI frontend for power users.

Audio Utilities

Winamp - Old school mp3 player. Sucks for anything else.
Foobar2000 - The player for people who hate Winamp. Minimalistic when installed out of the box, but has a plethora of plugins that make it extremely powerful for almost anything audio-related, including conversion. Lots of custom skins as can be expected, turning this into this).
Audacity - Great audio editing utility.
mp3tag - Batch tag editor for audio files.

Hardware Monitoring

HWMonitor - Provides most of the essential info that you could ask for. Very useful for laptop users who are concerned about temperature and undervolting.
CPU-Z - Another hardware monitoring tool from CPU-ID that is specifically geared towards providing detailed information about your CPU and related components.
GPU-Z - The equivalent of CPU-Z, for your graphics adapter. Not actually made by the same company, but functions just as well.
HD Tune - HDD Diagnostic and information tool.
Memtest86+ - Tests for bad RAM.

Boot Utilities

Hiren's BootCD - A feature-packed BootCD that has everything. Everything. Keep a copy of this on hand and you can fix almost any problem. (Download link)
Ultimate Boot CD for Windows - An extremely powerful computer diagnostics tool packaged as a boot CD. Some user setup required.

Computer Maintenance

Auslogics Disk Defrag - Far superior defragger compared to Windows's built-in one.
Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Free - The uncontested best tool for the removal of spyware, malware, viruses, or any of its kind. For live protection however, you are better off with Microsoft Security Essentials, Avast!, or Avira AntiVir.
PC De****ifier - Removes preinstalled bloatware on computers. No installation, just download and run.
Soluto - "Anti-frustration" software that really aims to improve the user experience. While the program itself is not the most lightweight (excessively fancy GUI), soluto provides a very detailed look at your PC's inner workings and can really shave precious time off important operations. Start -> Run -> msconfig - Why mess with other programs when Windows has this built into it? This lets you edit many things from your system and windows boot settings, to active services, to startup programs and shortcuts to other useful Windows tools.
Spybot - Search & Destroy - Also Spyware removal.
Hijackthis - Scans system for possible changes by spyware/malware.
CCleaner - Helps keep your computer running faster by cleaning out stuff.
Easy Cleaner - Much like CCleaner, but with a few extra tidbits. One nice part is the pie chart of folders.
System Internals - Contains some very basic tools that can greatly satisfy performance needs, development needs, or just plain curiosity.
Speccy - Simple system information tool.
Victoria for Windows - HDD Diagnostic and information tool.
Unlocker - Essentially one of the most useful programs out there, if you know what it does.

Bittorrent/File Sharing programs

uTorrent - Minimalistic bittorrent program. Migrating towards the bloated end, but earlier, minimalistic versions can be found on the web. Still better than bitcomet and the other popular alternatives.
Vuze - Bittorrent program with a built in community. Has been full of bloat by default ever since Azureus turned into Vuze, but the bloat can be disabled.
Xunlei - Chinese BitTorrent client/download manager. Ridiculously fast: significantly faster than uTorrent, but comes bundled with tons of adware and possibly malware. Is required if you want to download anything from China, for some odd reason. If downloading from China is unavoidable, install this on an XP VM and it should work nicely.
DropBox - A simple file sharing program that is very easy to use, and starts you off with 2GB of storage.
puush - An alternative file-sharing program similar to Dropbox, conferring some advantages in ease of use as well as the short length of its URLs.

Browsers

Firefox - Plugins easily make this the most feature packed browser.
Opera - Faster than Firefox but lacks the flexibility.
Chrome - Faster than FF and Opera and minimalistic.

Firefox Add-ons

Greasemonkey - Allows you to customize the way a webpage displays using small bits of JavaScript. Great for modifying commonly viewed sites with bad layouts like Youtube or danbooru.
Lazarus - Ever type up a long post only to have a power outage or a browser crash destroy your hard work?
Lazarus solves that problem for you. Anything typed into a form is recoverable even if Firefox crashes or your computer loses power, saving you the pain of data loss. Passwords, credit card numbers, and other sensitive data are, of course, not stored.
NoScript - Easily block javascript/flash through the use of a whitelist. Has a fairly steep learning curve, but easily improves security on the internet. Blocks some advertisements as a side effect.
RequestPolicy - Should be used in a bundle with NoScript; controls inter-site requests that block most attacks, with the side effect of blocking most advertisements. Note that RP will mess up site formatting on a lot of sites since it blocks requests by default, so permissions adjustment is required to get sites to display properly.
Ghostery - More easily understandable alternative to RequestPolicy, specifically for detecting invisible trackers placed by companies on websites.
Adblock Plus - Blocks ads via a blacklist. Really though, ads are what keep the internet free.
Firebug - The respite of all web developers; an absolutely amazing plugin with a plethora of development tools.
FireGestures - Another popular gestures addon, apparently better if you don't use diagonal gestures.
Tab Scope - Produces a preview of a Firefox tab's contents when moused over.
DownloadHelper - Downloads flash movies with ease. It's gotten a whole lot better, but doesn't work on obscure sites.
FlashGot - Mass-downloader plugin. Extremely useful for people who need to batch download.
IE Tab - Allows you to open up an emulated IE tab. Works with windows update. The back button is a little funky though. (You may notice that ytmnd sucks on Firefox, but not on IE.)
RefControl - Allows you to control whether or not referrers get sent to target websites. Bypasses referrer-based hotlinking blocking and improves your privacy online, if configured correctly.
Check4Change - Periodically checks a webpage to see whether or not it has changed, saving you the trouble of refreshing it manually. Quite useful if you want to keep yourself up-to-date with several things at once.
https everywhere - Makes your connections more secure by using https whenever available.
Add-on compatibility reporter - A Firefox add-on that is especially useful for people using Aurora or the nightly builds. This add-on bypasses the "______ is incompatible with your version of Firefox" message that may appear if you use a very new version, and gives you a way to report whether or not the add-on still works in the latest versions of Firefox.
ImageTweak - A Firefox add-on that is essentially Irfanview in plugin form. Much better than the default image display.

Greasemonkey Scripts

Danbooru: Miscellaneous Tweaks - Many small fixes that can really streamline the danbooru browsing experience.
NoDelay - Don't want to install JDownloader? This script will remove the long waiting period before downloads from most popular file hosting websites.
StealthKiwi - Do you lack adamantine self-control? StealthKiwi will make your productivity skyrocket by blocking all the time-wasting websites during the workday (9AM - 5PM).
Google Account Multi-Login - Lets you simultaneously sign into multiple Google Accounts without having to log in and log out each time. A true lifesaver.
Remove Facebook Ads - Don't have ABP, NoScript, or RequestPolicy but still want to get rid of Facebook advertisements? This script does exactly that.
Helvetwitter - Turns twitter into an extremely minimalistic site, without all the flair.
BugMeNot - Provides anonymous logins to popular websites to save you from registering a free account that you will never use again.
Better Loopy for Youtube - Best script to provide looping functionality for Youtube.
Don't Track Me Google - Removes Google's annoying link conversion tracking.

CD/DVD/Bluray utilities

Daemon tools - Mount and emulate virtual drives on your computer. Supports almost everything.
Virtual Clonedrive - Simpler alternative to Daemon Tools, but fails to properly mount some uncommon filetypes, specifically .mdf/.mds.
DoISO - Great for quickly turning anything into an ISO. ANYTHING.
Nero Burning ROM - Ultimate disk authoring tool, but costs $50. The Lite version is quite lacking in features, so alternative freeware tools may suit your needs better.
ImgBurn - A very powerful, simple-to-use disc burning utility.

Document utilities

LibreOffice - Fork of Open Office that's actively supported and has a large community.
Open Office - Free alternative to Microsoft Office, but quite lacking in comparison. No longer maintained.
Notepad++ - Great source code editor. The abundance of plugins easily makes this the most powerful text editor for developers.
Metapad - Minimalistic editor but has many features.
Textpad - Mix of the above two, choose your flavor.
EditPad is another alternative, but the lite version's feature set is restricted.
SciTE - Very lightweight and slim source editor.

Personalization

UltraMon - Tweaks program designed to increase productivity and provide personalization for multi-monitor setups.
Actual Multiple Monitors - Another multi-monitor productivity solution. The free version's functionality rivals that of UltraMon, and the full version has a lot of small features that make it feel more "natural" (A start button on every task bar, for instance). It is more glitchy and has a beta feel to it, however.
DexPot - Creates "Virtual Desktops". A nice productivity tool for those who benefit from multiple workspaces.
Free Commander - Alternative windows file manager.
Launchy - Launch programs with a couple keystrokes.
Executor - Alternative for Launchy.
Rocket Dock - Windows dock application that mimics ones on a Mac.
Rainmeter - Customizable resource meter that can display various performance data in different formats.
A screenshot is worth a thousand words. Its very customizable, but usually is a pain to configure properly for the uninformed.
Logon Screen for Windows 7 - Exactly what it says. Replaces the dull Microsoft logon screen with your own.
Start8 - Brings back the Start Menu on Windows 8.

Chat/IM programs

Skype - Popular IM/VoIP/Video chat client.
Mumble - Compact open-source VoIP application.
Teamspeak - Popular voice conferencing program used by gamers.
Ventrilo - Another Popular voice conferencing program.
Google Voice - Telecommunications service by Google. Allows you to pick one phone number that rings all of your phones, and get free unlimited texting from anywhere.
ICQ - Popular IM service.
Miranda IM - Open-source chat multi-protocol chat client.
Messenger Plus! - Addon for Windows Messenger.
Pidgin - Many-in-one chat client. Connects to many chat networks and IRC, although not the most aesthetically-designed program.
mIRC - Decent Shareware IRC client (which you can continue to use even when the trial expires), with the drawback of mIRC scripting and color code parsing being nonstandard.
irssi - Alternative IRC client for more advanced users.
Qu***el IRC - If you can read the front page and understand what it does, then Qu***el is the IRC client for you. It's a well-done compromise between mIRC and irssi, to describe it roughly.
KVIrc - Highly customizable IRC client.

FTP programs

Filezilla - Great FTP agent.
winscp - Another FTP agent.
FireFTP - A Firefox plugin that allows FTP access from within the browser.

PDF utilities

Foxit Reader - PDF viewer. Opens much faster than Adobe Reader.
Cute PDF - Create PDF files.

Emulators

DOSBox - x86 emulator. Play those old games found on abandonia and Home of the Underdogs.
BlueStacks - Emulator for mobile applications that run on Android. Works better on AMD CPUs than Intel.
PCSX2 - Emulates Sony PlayStation 2.
Dolphin - Emulates Nintendo Gamecube and Nintendo Wii.
Project 64 - Emulates Nintendo 64.
Visual Boy Advance - Emulates Game Boy Color and Game Boy Advance.

Miscellaneous / Not enough for its own category

HashCheck - A shell extension for Windows that makes it easy to verify file hashes.
f.lux - Automatically changes the brightness of your screen depending on time. Available on Linux as well.
Open Broadcaster Software - Free open-source streaming software that is more stable and easier to use than XSplit.
Angry IP Scanner - Simple network scanner; WinPcap/IPMon+ is an alternative.
Cain & Abel - The best password recovery program out there that cracks almost everything. The program itself is 100% legal, as long as it is used for ethical reasons.
Large Address Aware - Allows 32-bit applications to use more RAM, even on a 32-bit operating system.
Keytweak - Excellent key remapping tool. Simple to use and does exactly what it says on the box.
KeyScan - A pretty handy utility to figure out what keys on your keyboard can be simultaneously pressed. Quite useful. Developer website with a newer version.
FRAPS - Video capture of games. Also serves as a FPS counter when it is not recording video.
Taksi - Free alternative to FRAPS.
Dxtory - Paid alternative to FRAPS.
MSI Afterburner - Video capture and overclocking software. Works with pretty much any GPU, not just MSI-branded ones.
VirtualBox - The best virtualization solution out there for people who want to run Virtual Machines. Vastly superior to Windows Virtual PC both in feature set and performance.
VMWare is a paid alternative ($189!) with better 3D and 64-bit guest OS support, but worse overall performance.
VMWare Player - Basically a "lite" version of VMWare that's free to use.
WeFi - Finds the best WiFi spots near you. No more looking for "Free WiFi" signs in front of stores.
Blender - A free 3D modeling tool that serves as an alternative to the professional Autodesk Maya/3DS Max, with a ton of plugins.
Swiss knife - Partitioning tool, when Windows fails this thing picks up the slack. Link broken at the moment.
Driver Sweeper - Removes display driver leftovers from your system, useful if you need to reinstall or roll back your GPU's drivers.
nVidia Inspector - Powerful standalone tool for people who have an nVidia GPU.
RadeonPro - Gaming profile tool for people who own an AMD graphics card and don't want to deal with CCC's profiles.
DxWnd - Can force anything which uses DirectX to run in Windowed mode. It's surprisingly useful , and can give a substantial FPS boost to Taito Type x2 games for people running arcade rips on their computer.
3D analyze - Emulates a graphics card capable of pixel shading. Fairly outdated software, but is useful for opening old games.

Special Mentions:

dd-wrt - Linux-based router firmware for significantly improving feature set and performance, primarily designed for Linksys/Cisco routers but with support for products from other brands as well.
Wolfram Mathematica - One of the most useful mathematics programs out there; discounted or free licenses may be available if you are a college student. The online alternative for basic tasks is
WolframAlpha.
MATLAB - Advanced mathematics program favored by engineers.
roadkil.net - Several free pieces of software that do various things.Special mention is "Roadkil's Unstoppable Copier", which I used to recover data from a scratched/corrupted CD(Starcraft 1.00).
Default Password List - List of common passwords. Quite useful for connecting to routers.

Post some good additions and I'll throw them in the list.
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This list is missing Mumble, Handbrake, Avanti, MSI Afterburner(for video recording and overclocking), Dxtory, HashCheck Shell Extension, WinCDEmu and probably a bunch more I can't remember off the top of my head.


Open Office can be removed seeing as Libre is on there already.

Also isn't ICQ kind of pointless now?
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wow good list satella. that must have taken some time :)

Thanks to jhoijhoi for my signature!

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Someone bugged me to add ICQ, so ┐(´~`;)┌

Also updated.
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Add these

Emulators:

Dolphin
Emulates Gamecube and Wii

Project 64
Emulates Nintendo 64

Visual Boy Advance
Emulates Game Boy, Color and Advance

EDIT:

Add Quivi
It's a spectacular software for reading manga.
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tl;dr x3
I'll finish reading later, though, really neat idea!


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MrCuddowls wrote:

Add these

Emulators:

Dolphin
Emulates Gamecube and Wii

Project 64
Emulates Nintendo 64

Visual Boy Advance
Emulates Game Boy, Color and Advance

EDIT:

Add Quivi
It's a spectacular software for reading manga.

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Skyward Sword looks spectacular on PC using Dolphin emulator.

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MrCuddowls wrote:

Skyward Sword looks spectacular on PC using Dolphin emulator.

Pfft, compare Wind Waker instead. That is truly amazing considering that the game was made for 10years old hardware.
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Searz wrote:

Pfft, compare Wind Waker instead. That is truly amazing considering that the game was made for 10years old hardware.

I don't quite understand. If it was designed for older hardware, wouldn't it naturally look better on newer hardware?

EDIT: Open Broadcaster Software is a wonderful free streaming software.
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