Receipts and warranty information have a tendency to get lost, usually when you need them most. You throw them all into a folder on your hard drive (or if your older than sin, a physical box), and have to search through countless PDFs and e-mails to find what you need. It might be a simple model number, purchase date, or even purchase price.
Minder Softworks has a fantastic piece of software that keeps track of all of your stuff, that is predictably titled MyStuff. MyStuff is a centralized location to keep all of the information relating to pretty much everything you have in your house. Okay maybe not everything, but close to it.
There are various “filing cabinets” for categories of stuff, such as auto, computer, electronics, tools, as well as any custom categories you want to make. You can make a record of each item, where you bought it, how much it cost, even warranty information. You also have the option of adding PDFs of the receipt, owner’s manual, or anything else you might need to know. Even pictures to make it easier to find devices. There are also multiple locations you can assign things too, meaning you can keep stuff from work, home, and your underground lair all separate.
MyStuff is currently on version 1.0, and is only available for Mac OS 10.5 and up. $29 to download immediately.