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My workstation at uni was just upgraded to Windows 7, thus it is an opportune time to make an inventory of the software that I use and how to install it:

Adobe Reader X

Apple QuickTime 7.7

GPL Ghostscript 9.00

Matlab 2012a

MS Office 2007

MS Visual Studio 2010

SSH Secure Shell 3.2.9

Stata 11.2

VLC Media Player 1.1.11

JabRef 2.8.1

R 2.15.2

TeX Live 2012 (with TeXworks)

Linux Mint Debian Edition (on a new partition)

Foxit Reader (but make sure it doesn’t install any crappy browser plugins!)

Intel Parallel Studio XE 2013 (Intel Visual Fortran 13.1 as well as C, C++ & MKL)

RStudio (a bit flaky, but useful)

Rtools216 (includes both 64bit & Win32 versions of gcc & gfortran)

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Also add to this JDK 8u101 with NetBeans 8.1 for Win64: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/jdk-netbeans-jsp-142931.html

pandoc is useful for R package development:

https://github.com/jgm/pandoc

PuTTY might be preferable to SSH Secure Shell, especially if you need to use the same private key on Linux and Mac OS

http://www.putty.org/

WinSCP 5.9.2 gives a graphical interface for secure copy: https://winscp.net/eng/download.php