Vivaldi. It is my main browser, and I couldn’t live without it.
MS Office. It’s a fantastic toolbox for a student.
Scrivener. It’s a text editing program I use to edit my longer texts, and what I use to write if a text is going to be longer than average. The only problem with it is that the way the files are built it is horrendously bad at syncing, which is why I still use Word as my go-to text editor.
Twitter. My main way of keeping up with the people I want to keep up with. (Apart from this community of course)
Tablet Pro Probably the best thing ever invented for touchscreens.
Spotify. My go-to music player. I use the program because the web version can’t play local files, which make up around a third of the music in my main playlist (599/1844).
Norsk Dvorak. Because I am too lazy to create my own kb layout I download one from the internet.
GeoGebra. A program for doing math.
Rainmeter. I use a skin for easy access to Spotify.
Kobo eBooks. Kobo is my go-to ebook store.
Konversation. It’s an IRC client I’ve taken a liking to.
My extra browsers in case something happens. Brave, Firefox Developer edition, Nightly, Opera 12, Opera Beta, Opera Developer, Opera Neon, Pepsi (Latest stable Opera build), Vivaldi Stable.
When I started writing this I thought this would easily be a simple 5 item list. Turns out I use more software than I realise