Allows you to pick and choose from a large selection of commonly used programs like Steam, winwar, and random other things you need/want while setting up a computer. The awesome part is that once you’ve selected all the programs you would like. It will simply install them all with no bullshit. No ads. No cost. No boxes. Nothing!
https://imslp.org/wiki/Main_Page A library of public domain classical sheet music. You can pretty much find any classical music over 100 years old. I stopped buying sheet music when I discovered it. Plus, its pretty easy to send music to students during e-class in lockdown.
It’s basically a text to speech site that lets you copy and paste passages into a text box and then the computer will read it back to you. I use this when I need to type out papers, short stories or any other lengthy piece of writing as a way of proofreading. It’s nice to use this way because then you can hear your errors read aloud.
This site has a pretty cool collection of free ebooks without registering
DeepL for translations instead of google translate. Although language options are still limited, the results are more natural and elegant. I’m a bilingual chinese/english speaker and use this whenever I can’t remember how to say a phrase in the other language.