TagSpaces has seen some heavy development since our last review. Let’s see how TagSpaces 2.5 performes compared to its previous version.
Corebird is a desktop Twitter client for Linux that integrates seamlessly into your Gnome or Unity desktop. Here’s how to install and use this handy app.
VeltOS is an Arch-based Linux distro that comes with a custom desktop environment, a unique selection of packages, and a core philosophy that sets it apart. Let’s take a closer look.
Tagspaces is a non-cloud note and file organiser for all major platforms. It works offline, is open source, uses plain file formats & uses simple tagging. Here’s a closer look.
Flacon, a software for Linux, can extract single audio tracks with all relevant information from CD images and convert them into various file formats. Here’s how.
Simon is for Linux what Siri is for iOS. The difference is that Simon is a lot more controllable. It can be fully trained to recognize voice commands. Here’s a closer look.
Citadel is a powerful email and collaboration suite that uses a ‘rooms’-based architecture for a unique workflow. Here’s an in-depth look at how it works.
The creators of Pinguy OS have created a fork of the old Remastersys source called Pinguy Builder & turned it into a utility for making bootable ISO images.
Lumina is a super-light, user-friendly and very customisable desktop environment. Let’s check out how it performs in our review.
Pinguy has grown to become a unique distro that just works. Let’s check it out and see how is it different from others.
Mangaka is a Debian and Ubuntu based Linux distro, specially developed for the specific needs of the anime and manga community. Let’s see what it’s about.
Flashcards are a powerful tool that can help you memorise just about anything. Here is some software that allows you to use flashcards on Linux.
When on a 64-bit system, you might come across 32-bit RPM packages that you want to convert to DEB (or vice versa). Here’s how to convert RPM packages to DEB.
Bodhi Linux has recently severed ties with Enlightenment DE developers. The creator of Bodhi has instead forked and created a new DE: the Moksha desktop.
Ever wanted to create your own Linux distro? Distroshare Ubuntu Imager creates an installable Live ISO from an installed Ubuntu or derivative distribution.
If one would expect a great OS, such as GNU/Linux, to excel in a discipline, it would be Math. Linux offers many excellent math tools. Here are a couple.
Did you know GRUB2 can be configured so you don’t need to burn ISO files to disk or USB? Here’s how to run a live environment directly from the boot menu.
There are only two geography-related appls readily available in most Linux repositories: Kgeography and Marble. Here’s how to use them to learn on Linux.
Rely on heavy GPU usage? Want to know how your Graphics Processing Unit performs under extreme stress? Here’s how to benchmark your GPU on Linux.
Learning music is a great pastime. If you’re interested in learning music on Linux, here’s some exceptional software to help you along your musical journey.
Most Linux users won’t need to defragment their disk thanks to its excellent journaling filesystems, but when you need to defragment, here’s how to do it.
Swap is a special partition used to write pages from memory and read back pages into memory as well. This guide shows how to manage swap usage in Linux.
Aegisub is a simple subeditor with advanced functionality. It allows you to easily edit video subtitles and adjust them. Here’s how to use it on Linux.
Standard hibernation was disabled in Ubuntu 12.04. Fortunately there is a way to enable hibernate in Ubuntu. Here’s how it’s done.
Linux offers many tools for scientists to support or conduct experiments. This article focuses on a few that will make learning physics easier or more fun.
Using Linux as your default OS and interested in learning how to type? The following two applications can help you learn the basics and master the keyboard.
Forgetting the password to your important PDF documents can be disastrous. pdfcrack is a Linux command line tool that can crack the password of any PDF file. Let’s check it out.
Antergos is an Arch Linux-based distribution featuring a live environment & a user-friendly graphical installer. Find out how easy it is to install & use.
Voyager X8 is a Debian-based distribution, based on stable Debian 8(.1), with the newest “experimental” version of XFCE and great software. Let’s check it out.
Systemd provides a standard process for controlling what programs run when a Linux system boots up. Here’s everything you need to know about it.
MKVToolnix is a suite of applications to work with Matroska video and audio files. Here’s how to use this software to create and edit MKV files on Linux.
Celestia for Linux allows you to discover the stars and planets of a considerable chunk of the universe with very detailed images. Here’s how it works.
Tickr is a GTK+ based RSS feed reader that displays all your favorite feeds as a simple & useful headline ticker on your desktop. Let’s take a closer look.
Stellarium is a free & open source planetarium software available for all major operating systems. Today we’ll show you how to install and use it on Linux.
Ready to set up RAID in Linux? This guide will suit anyone with a home system who’d prefer files to be safe or those running small self-hosted servers.
Netrunner OS is a KDE plasma-based Linux distro. It comes in two flavours: standard (based on Kubuntu) & rolling (based on Manjaro). Let’s take a closer look.
Deepin Terminal is a python-based terminal emulator with many useful features you often can’t find in default Terminal. Here’s how to install it in Ubuntu.
htop is a terminal-based system monitoring app that presents data of various system processes & resource consumption. Here’s all you need to know about it.
Sunflower is a dual-pane file manager for Linux that offers powerful features that usual ‘built-in’ file managers lack. Here are some of those features.
TimeLine is a free timeline creator, written in Python, that runs natively on Linux, Mac, Windows & Apertures. Check out its features & see how to install it.
Microsoft will soon release a cross-platform code editor called Visual Studio Code for ASP.NET & Node apps. Here’s a closer look at the Linux version.
Looking for distraction-free writing software for Linux? You’re in luck. Here are three applications for you. Check them out.
Canonical has released a new cloud operating system called Ubuntu Snappy Core. Wondering what it’s all about? Want to try it out? This guide is for you.
Fan of Mario Kart? If so, you’ll love SuperTuxKart, a similar racing game for Linux. It has seen a major overhaul in its newest release. See what’s new.
The following five user-friendly terminal based applications in this article are proof that the terminal can be intuitive, easy to use & even fun at times.
Zimbra Collaboration Suite is a collaborative software suite that includes an email server and web client. Use this guide to install it in Ubuntu server.
Redshift, free software for Linux, automatically adjusts your screen’s colour temperature based on your location and the time of day. Here’s how it works.