Pine Tools – A Treasure Chest of Useful Online Tools
Our site pick this week is literally a treasure chest of tools – a toolbox extraordinaire. There are so many tools on Pine Tool we’re not even going to try to list them all.
To give you some idea of the kinds of online tools you’ll find in the literal treasure chest of great online tools you’ll find at Pine Tools we submit the following for your perusal:
Single rule of three direct
Single rule of three inverse…
Color picker, tools for modifying or generating colors
Change color saturation
Greyscale/desaturate a color
Invert a color…
TEXT AND LISTS
Work with lists and texts, sort, randomize, reverse
Add text to each line
Remove extra whitespaces…
Work with numbers, generate, filter, sort
Generate a list of numbers
Minimum and maximum of a list
Average of a list…
DATE AND TIME
Measure time, calculate distance between dates, chronometers
Add to a date
Subtract from a date
Resize images, crop, optimize and more
Generate random numbers, randomize lists, common distributions
Random number generator
Gaussian random number generator
Tools for programming and web development
Convert, compress, join or split
Random file generator…
What more can we say? If looking at the tools above does not make your fingers twitch to click and visit Pine Tools, there’s nothing more we can do!
If you’re looking for one great site where you can find dozens and dozens of online tools that can help you do just about anything you need or want to do, then take our advice and visit our latest Cloudeight Site Pick – Pine Tools. It really is one amazing site!
Is this just for windows 10?
Do you know where a perpetual calendar program can be found? Maybe this is a tool on Pine tool! Calendar plus was a DOS program that was a perpetual calendar.
May, I didn’t check out every tool on Pine Tools, but I checked out a couple dozen of them. The site is for anyone, not just Windows 10 users. I did a search on Pine Tools and didn’t find any perpetual calendars. Perhaps someone else with similar interests could make a suggestion.
Neat site! TFS