6 Most Useful Software Tools For PC Users 1
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Last Updated on June 27, 2019 by Aether

Nowadays PC users can find lots of useful software tools designed to boost productivity, perform specific tasks, or even provide fun enhancements. In fact there are so many tools available that you may not even know what you should look for.

If you want a good place to start you should go over this list of the most useful software tools for PC users – on all fronts.

Movavi Video Converter

Movavi Video Converter is a tool that will let you easily convert the formats of your video, audio, and image files. It supports a huge range of formats and has presets for most devices and platforms.

Its features will let you prepare your media files in other simple ways, such as by compressing video files, creating animated GIFs, extracting audio tracks, resizing videos, or using basic editing tools. Visit the site for more information on its features and what they can do.

VLC Media Player

VLC Media Player is a simple, fast, and powerful media player that has tons of built-in codecs and will be able to play pretty much any media file you throw at it. Having it on your PC will ensure you don’t run into video or audio formats that you can’t play and you can customize it further with skins or extensions if need be. For more information, click here.


Wox is a simple yet very effective launcher that will help you to find apps, web content, and files much more easily. It is definitely a step up from the default Windows search tool, and is more like the one that Mac users love so much. Support is available for plugins and themes, as you can see on the official site.


EarTrumpet is really just a volume control app, but it is very powerful. It will let you control the individual volume levels from any app, and to any device that you may have connected to your PC. In short it is the best audio volume management you can get, and you can find it on the Windows official store.


LastPass is an effective password manager that is easy to use, supports two-factor authentication, and will let you manage your passwords across any device that you require. Its intuitive approach and excellent free plan is its biggest draw, and you can read more about its features on the website.


Franz is a unique messaging app for Windows that combines the chat and messaging services from multiple platforms – including WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, Telegram, Google Hangouts, WeChat, Skype, GroupMe, and more. Each service will be given its own tab, allowing you to easily communicate across all of them at the same time.

The features in Franz are fairly impressive and you can add multiple accounts for each service, synchronize across various devices, and even create plugins. Find out more about its capabilities at its website.


See how useful the 6 tools listed above can be? Regardless of whether you’re a beginner or a power user, each software will be able to benefit you in a unique way.

On your part the best thing to do would be to give any of the tools that you find interesting a whirl so that you’re able to see firsthand what it brings to the table.

Aether has been playing World of Warcraft since 2006. In his youth he raided 7 days a week, but now just plays with friends doing Mythic dungeons and Arena. He swaps his main more often than he should.
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