I've mentioned RawBeans before, but wooo -- it's been updated and it's unbelievably easy and powerful now. And it's got a paper now!
For real, it's super simple. You can get it here. And this is all you have to do (finding where Windows10 hides your MSConvert.exe is the hardest part).
What can you do with a Lumos file in 101 seconds? (I have a weird mouse glitch but I ziptied all my PC wires together so they look really neat and I can't talk myself into replacing my infuriating mouse and redoing it all).
(Click to expand, if you need to see the amazing output reports you can get). All of this populates into an HTML file.
Did you get low IDs and you're wondering why? Run your file through RawBeans. If you maxed out your ion injection time then rerun the sample with a higher max ion injection time (also called fill time on other instruments).
Best of all, it's vendor neutral!