2019-10-26 - Using TT-RSS on my server now.
I used to use Outlook for my RSS feed reading, and before that IE7. Outlook was definitely a step up from IE7 as I could group feeds into folders (Microsoft, Tech News, Other, etc.) and then just read all the articles in that folder one-by-one. However, it was annoying to have to change the location it saved the feed every time that I added a new feed; it would otherwise create a separate folder for every feed.
I re-did my Outlook setup a couple weeks ago due to losing Exchange connectivity, and figured out an easier way to set that up. I just let each feed create its own folder, and then set up a rule to move all RSS articles into a new "RSS" folder outside of the "RSS Feeds" folder that Outlook uses by default.
However, I just re-installed Windows Vista and found myself setting up Outlook again, but this time the Rules menu is not there. I think this is because I have no mail account setup. I can't get Outlook Anywhere to connect through 95% of the NAT routers that I connect from behind, including the one here at home. Outlook won't connect over Hamachi, and I didn't want to fiddle around with OpenVPN for the seemingly endless hours which that will eat up. So no Exchange setup in Outlook for now (believe me, I want to get this working so badly but can't figure out anything simple to do it).