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18 Things to Do After Installing Linux Mint 19 Tara

Linux Mint 19 Tara was released about 2 weeks ago and it brought a handful of major improvements, fixes, and new features along, further solidifying its place as one of the best Linux distros for newbies and macOS and Windows users. The Ubuntu LTS-based distro comes with the MATE, Xfce, or Cinnamon Desktop Environment and

10 Free Open Source Tools for Creating Your Own VPN

As more people use the Internet everyday they are becoming more conscious about their privacy with regards to how much of the information they don’t want to share at all is being compromised. Tons of VPN services have been created to solidify users’ safety but that doesn’t seem to be enough as there seems to be

10 Best Screenshot Apps for macOS

macOS comes with built-in options for taking screenshots but it doesn’t offer users sufficient annotation options or advanced features like encryption, conversion to GIF, etc. Today, we bring you a list of the 10 best screenshot apps available for macOS and they all have their unique features. 1. Snappy Snappy is a beautiful feature-rich screenshot tool

Alternative Linux-centric App Stores to Google Play for Chrome OS

The native Linux experience on Chrome OS is relatively new in the form of debian Linux and was limited to the extremely unstable canary and dev channel of the operating system up until recently when it made its debut in the beta channel. The container came in the exclusive form of an interaction via the

Recoll – A Full-Text GUI Search Tool for Linux Systems

We wrote on various search tools recently like in 9 Productivity Tools for Linux That Are Worth Your Attention  and FSearch , and readers suggested awesome alternatives. Today, we bring you an app that can find text anywhere in your computer in grand style – Recoll. Recoll is an open-source GUI search utility app with

Semantik – An Open-Source Mind-Mapping App for KDE

Mindmap diagrams are a productive way to visually organize information using hierarchies and relationship links among pieces of the whole. Today, we have a mind-mapping tool ideal for students, teachers, and creative users and it goes by the name of Semantik. Semantik (formerly kdissert) is a mind-mapping KDE software for efficiently creating documents including thesis, presentations,

Endless OS – A Beautifully Unique Linux Distribution for Your Family

Endless OS is a free Linux-based Operating System that makes computers fun to use. It features a beautiful UI, a somewhat locked-down app manager, and tons of educational software. Endless OS is mostly used to teach computing all over the world so the company has made it simulate a smartphone experience. In place of an

Taskbook – Command Line-Based Tasks, Boards, and Notes

Taskbook is a simple, free, open-source, command line-based utility app for creating and managing notes and tasks across multiple boards. It uses a minimal syntax and being security conscious, automically saves all your data to the storage to avoid corruption or sharing with unpermitted parties. By default, the data is stored in JSON file at ~/.taskbook/storage. When

Vince – A Stylish GTK Theme for Linux

Vince is a beautiful modern GTK theme and it is compatible with all GTK3 and GTK2-based Desktop Environments including Xfce, Mate, Gnome, etc. It has 3 colour variants which are Materia, Materia-dark, and Materia-light and they all feature a minimalist UI with clean design elements and neat animation effects. It is based on the nana-4 Material

10 Best Linux Educational Software for Your Kids

The apps that we cover are usually ones for professionals, hobbyists, students, etc – mostly adults. But children use computers too, in fact, now more than ever, and the awesome Linux platform has a variety of software to keep them engaged and learning things. Read Also: Best Programming Tools for Tutoring Kids Today, we bring