Xfire (only used for taking videos and talking to my friend when I don't want to use steam)
IE is useful if I want privacy, because I can be sure it won't remember any history, and I also am more used to IE.
Flash (for games)
Java (for games)
RPG Maker (haven't used this in a while, but I used to play it all the time about a year back)
FPS Creator (fun when you are bored and just want to mess around)
Windows Media Player (needed for listening to band CD's on my comp, obviously)
Team Speak (although I haven't used in a while, useful for listening in on TheOne's meetings)
-Photoshop *CS3 at the moment*
I'd add Xfire but I really don't use it much anymore. I use iTunes because I do have an ancient iPod, not to mention my favorite local radio station has a stream set up through iTunes radio, and I've gotten very used to the organized music listing.
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Command line progs are great for automation. You can specify all the params/args in a config file or on the command line and then execute it automatically via batch file or whatever.
And this is why I really don't care about whether or not iTunes has a command line, seeing as I have NO idea what any of that really even means.
1. Synergy/Quicksynergy (allows using the same set of mouse and keyboard across multiple PCs using wlan or eth-connection)
3. Netbeans (for Java, RoR)
4. Paint.net (sadly, it isn't crossplatform - duuuh)
5. All compilers/interpreters I use
6. Firefox (freeeeeedom)
9. Steam (and in consequence: Windows)