Qalculate! – An Open-Source Multi-Purpose Calculator

Qalculate!  is a robust cross-platform desktop calculator that is simple to use and equally capable of performing complex math calculations as well as other calculative tasks like percentage calculation and currency conversion. What is awesome about Qalculate! is that it works with a library that features tons of customizable functions which make it excellent at unit conversions,

Nitrux – A Beautiful, Portable Apps-Focused Linux Distro

Nitrux is a free, beautiful, open-source Ubuntu-based distribution with a focus on beauty, user efficiency, and portable universal app formats. It currently ranks #76 on DistroWatch’s popularity hits per day chart. It supports portable universal application formats including AppImage and Snaps and is based on the latest Ubuntu development branch and the latest KDE Plasma desktop

ClickUp – An Awesome Project Management and Productivity App

ClickUp is a productivity platform that provides a fundamentally new way to work. More than just task management – ClickUp offers notes, reminders, goals, calendar, scheduling, and even an inbox. Fully customizable, ClickUp works for every type of team, so all teams can use the same app to plan, organize, and collaborate. ClickUp Features Assigned

Colibri – A Unique Minimalist Browser Without Tabs

Today, we’ve got a somewhat non-conventional app for you and depending on how ready you are to jump on a new idea, you might just fall in love with it. This new idea is bundled in the form of Colibri, a browser that was not available for Linux until recently. Colibri is a free, proprietary, secure,

Chronos Timetracker – An Open-Source Desktop Client for JIRA

If you have worked with teams in the past over the years then you must have come across AGILE (an iterative approach to project management and software development) methodology. Don’t Miss: 9 Productivity Tools for Linux That Are Worth Your Attention JIRA is an Agile-based management tool that provides developers, designers, and team members with bug tracking,

LinuxAIO – Test All The Ubuntu Flavours at Once

We recently released an article wherein I discussed which Ubuntu flavour you should choose , and if you checked it out you will notice that there are well over 5 flavours to pick with varying main features. Would you like to try all of them for yourself but have limited time and resources? Today is your

Devuan is a Linux Distro Without systemd. Why Should You Use It?

Devuan is a fork of the popular Debian Operating System upon which Ubuntu is based. It was first released in November 2014 with the aim of providing Linux users with a distro that doesn’t have the systemd daemon installed by default. Although Devuan started when Debian adopted systemd but didn’t have a stable release until last year,

8 New Raspbian Features to Start Using on Your Raspberry Pi

Some 2 years ago, we published an article on the future of Raspberry Pi after millions of sales  and the Raspberry Pi Foundation has been doing an excellent job since then. It is used in several of the most complicated projects including big data analysis, A.I research, and making both smart homes and modern robots, to mention

Steam Update Now Runs Windows-Exclusive Games on Linux

Valve has been doing a lot of good work for the Linux community since its announcement of Steam Play – a way for users to access Windows, Mac, and Linux versions of games with a single purchase in 2010 and over 3000 of the added games have Linux support. Read Also: 40 Linux Games That

12 Easy Steps to Speed Up Ubuntu Linux

If you have been paying attention to your system’s performance you might have noticed that it is been dwindling with time. This is due to a variety of factors that typically affect systems all over the world whether they are owned by beginner or master Linux users. Read Also: Things To Do After Fresh Ubuntu