The RecentQuicklist script allows you to add recent files quicklists to Unity Launcher in Ubuntu. Here is how you can use it to improve your productivity.
Cryptomator is an open source app that encrypts files before uploading to the cloud. Here’s how to use it to apply client-side encryption to cloud files.
EncryptPad is an open source text editor for Linux with the ability to encrypt files and encrypt/decrypt binary files. Here’s how to install and use it.
Lynx is an open source Web browser that lets you access websites from the command line; it only displays the text part of a Web page. Here’s how it works.
If you’re looking for a distraction-free writing experience in Ubuntu, look no further. QuiEdit is a full-screen text editor focused on writing in Markdown.
By default, Ubuntu’s Unity desktop only has four workspaces. If this isn’t enough or too many, here’s how you can tweak the number of workspaces in Unity.
Longing for a native and friendlier way to access your Gmail and Google Inbox on Linux? Meet Wmail, an open-source desktop email client.
Indicator-Stickynotes is a sticky notes app for Ubuntu, written in Python3 and GTK3. It lets you make notes that can act as reminders. Here’s how to use it.
The clear command or CTRL+L can be used to shift Terminal output upward, but what if you want to totally clear the terminal screen? That’s where the reset command comes into play.
Time flies when you’re on the computer. If you find it hard to tear yourself away, “Take a Break” will force you to take periodic breaks in Ubuntu.
Looking for a Notepad++ alternative for Linux? Notepadqq is the one you are looking for.
There hasn’t been a way to access or upload images to Flickr from Ubuntu until now thanks to Frogr, a Flickr upload app for the GNOME desktop environment.
Double Commander is an open-source, dual-panel file manager that’s available for various OS platforms including Linux. It is inspired by Total Commander. Check it out.
Nautilus-copypaste-images is a plugin that lets you copy an image file in Nautilus and directly paste it as an image to an image editor like Gimp. Here’s how it works
Sometimes you just want things to stay between you and ….. you! Luckily, you can even hide the Linux Command Line History by using Incognito Mode. Here’s how.
Did you know it’s possible to get weather information via the Linux Command Line without installing a utility? It is, thanks to WTTR.IN! Here’s how.
Like any other software, Linux systems and apps can freeze and stop working at times. Here’s how you can handle App/OS Freezes in Linux.
Want to display keystrokes in screencasts on Ubuntu? Meet Screenkey: a command line app that makes sure your keystrokes are better displayed.