Greetings and salutations intelligent people!
I am using Github to get tools and applications which are useful when using tools created here. Like a Mod manager for games, or analyse tool for Windows or applications.
I was a kid in the 80ies, and hang out with the computer"nerds", which is why I respectfully calls anyone who understands how to build anything with code, for intelligent. Because that's what they are.
I am a gamer, a user and an OS administrator. I dont understand much about creating code, but I'll understand logs, some code and what to look for (Readme?).
I am looking for newbie help, if I should get any specific tool/app from here. When I DONT CODE. I do read code to understand what the software is for. Maybe there is a simplefier for that?
In short, if I am not developing anything or are able to help with coding. Is anything useful for a user like myself?
I am a tester, for several tools connected to games. Which requires a tester one step above a normal gamer. Thats me! For some odd reason, operating systems, are an open book for me. Coding...is not.
Is there any packages/apps I should install, on my Win 10 (Home 64), that helps my browser (Dragon) or windows to function or make things easier for me to understand what I see in a tool that I am using, and testing?
And while I am at it, any tips for a tool that checks your browser for flaws/improvements?
I use debugg on webpages at times, when I either wanna check if a russian worm is hiding in the po....pictures.
Or, simply when I Am curious about a page and its source.
I cant seam to find a single tool, that scans your browser. Are there any?
I am thankful for any reaction to my post.
I wish you all a dark night. (Thats Goth speach for a good day).
-- Kurnn Hatemachine
I'm sorry, but I don't have any good recommendations for tools that you might use to accomplish your goals. However, since you're looking for help with development-related tools (even if you aren't a coder yourself), I've moved your post into the Programming Help and Discussion board so that you might get some useful answers from some of our other developers.
Hope this helps!