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Move The Navigation Buttons Back To The Left In Nautilus 3+ [Linux]

Move The Navigation Buttons Back To The Left In Nautilus 3+ [Linux]

 With the ever-changing world of Linux, you can expect things to be different for no apparent reason. Some changes are good, and some just cause trouble for users. In this case, it can just flat-out be annoying. Most people will instinctively look to the left of the file manager for navigation links, such as back […]

Best Lightweight Linux Distribution for Older Computers

Best Lightweight Linux Distribution for Older Computers

The problem with advancement of technology is that it makes the old gadgets almost obsolete. And it happens mostly in case of computers. We do not buy computers/laptops every six month or every year, well most of us don’t. But the fast pace of software development always make our six-months old PC looks old and […]

10 Of The Best Gnome Shell Extensions

10 Of The Best Gnome Shell Extensions

Ever since Gnome started the extensions site where developers can submit their extensions to the library, there have been a great number of useful extensions that appear in the list. With the new extension site, installation of extensions is simply a mouse click. Gone are the days where we still need to add a custom […]

Airdroid: Connect Your Android Phone to A Linux Computer

Airdroid: Connect Your Android Phone to A Linux Computer

I’ll start with the cliché that Android smart phones are currently the most popular and widely used smartphones. Built on the top of Linux kernel, Android operating system gives the user a freedom in the same sense as a Linux operating system. One of the first problem a new (or experienced as well) Android user faces […]

Be A Gimp Expert With AdaptableGimp

Be A Gimp Expert With AdaptableGimp

Gimp is one of the most features complete open-source image editor around. It is often touted as the best alternative to Photoshop and is the best choices for people who need comprehensive image editing features and can’t afford Photoshop. As good as it seems, Gimp is not easy to master. All the tools and options […]

How to Check Your Gmail Account with Kmail

How to Check Your Gmail Account with Kmail

Email has changed dramatically over the years. What was once a single program on your computer that occasionally shouted “You’ve got mail” is now on the web, on your smartphone, and probably with you wherever you go. As easy as it is to dismiss the past necessity for having a standalone email client, there are […]

Toggl: A Web Based Time Tracker For Everyone

Toggl: A Web Based Time Tracker For Everyone

Being a developer, it is important and necessary for me to track the time spent on a project so I can bill my client accordingly. I have tried several desktop Time Tracker apps and TimeSlotTracker seems to be the best for Linux desktop. The problem is, while it is cross-platform compatible, the data is not […]

How to convert XLS file to CSV in Command Line [Linux]

How to convert XLS file to CSV in Command Line [Linux]

Converting Microsoft Excel sheet (XLS file) to a Comma Separated file (CSV) is relatively very easy while using an Office product, but it could be a tedious task for programmers to do it in command line. The situation may arrive when you have a XLS file and you need to fill the database from it […]

Using Marlin File Manager As Nautilus Alternative [Linux]

Using Marlin File Manager As Nautilus Alternative [Linux]

Regardless which OS you are using, the file manager is one of the most important app that you have to use everyday. Without a file manager, you won’t be able to find and open files, or even move them to another location. In Linux, there are plenty of file manager applications that you can use. […]