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I have been on the lookout lately for some good tools to fill up my flash drive and I thought I would ask the Server Fault community for recommendations on good tools that will fit onto a thumb drive.

Some I use are Driver Packs, CCleaner and the portable apps suite.

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If this were SO I would say notepad++. But, alas, I am at a loss. –  jjnguy Apr 30 '09 at 9:48
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A good text editor is critical for server admin too I think –  Glenn Slaven Apr 30 '09 at 10:18
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Wish that people would add items individually to a question like this because otherwise everyone posts huge lists which everyone eventually just gives up reading. –  Rory Becker Apr 30 '09 at 12:22

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I would probably find windows boxes unusable with FAR manager, or any OFM.

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