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Everything you need and nothing you don't. Transmission includes critical features such as a block list function, global bandwidth limits, speed limits, NAT & manual port assignment, Remote desktop management, Seeding and Queue limits (I suggest stop seeding at ratio: 2.00 or a greater ratio) , and the ability to call a script when a download completes. In short, it works out of the box with little to no configuration, but has power and features should you want to set them/ utilize them. See More
You can share your notes by inviting people with an e-mail, or by giving them a direct URL. You have control over what kind of access the user has on your note (read only, edit) and can revoke it at any time. OneNote will alert you when a chance in made on your shared note. See More
it can extract huge archives, something The Unarchiver cannot do See More
RAR 5.0 format introduced in 2013 uses a new compression algorithm that is not compatible with previous versions of the format. As such, all software needs to be updated to include support for RAR 5.0 and Keka is one of the first archive tools to have added support it. See More
AppTrap installs a daemon that runs in the background monitoring the trash, when you drag an app to the trash it will search for associated .plist files that have been left behind and ask to move them to the trash. In other words, AppTrap launches and does the work for you automatically. All you have to do is uninstall apps the old fashioned mac way by dragging apps to the trash. See More
Best app for MacOS PERIOD! I can't even imagine how many hours if not days this has saved me over the years. It's hard to understand the true power of this software until you really dig through it's feature set and play around with things. You can literally do anything imaginable to trigger anything (or many things) imaginable. It's as simple as that. See More