In order to block a lot of unwanted content, such as tracking and malvertising, I usually install uBlock Origin.
This extension is a ‘wide-spectrum blocker’ which has proven to be very versatile and effective.
For managing all passwords, secure notes, and to maintain a good attitude of ‘password hygiene’, I use Bitwarden.
Bitwarden is available in both a paid and free plan. The paid plan offers a few welcome extras.
For easy but comprehensive file management, Total Commander can be considered a ‘Swiss knife’ for file management.
It also offers ‘side by side’ comparison of two files, a feature which I use a lot for creating the different scripts of UltimateKEYS.
As comprehensive image viewers, Irfanview (and XnView) can be considered the ‘Swiss knives’ of image viewers, supporting a wide range of formats.
Overall, IrfanView feels somewhat a bit snappier, although only XnView MP has support for AVIF at this time...
In the past, I used different antivirus products on Windows. Since 2017, I use Windows 10’s built-in security.
For a second opinion, in case of doubt, I use VirusTotal, which allows uploading a file for scanning through 59 different reputable antivirus/antimalware engines.
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