Deepin System Monitor – A Stylish System Monitor Tool for Deepin OS

Deepin users must be having a field day right now after opening their PCs and getting a notification about the release of the latest addition to the Deepin application family, Deepin System Monitor. Deepin System Monitor is a modern tool for monitoring CPU, memory, and network usage as well as managing system applications and processes. It […]

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Apt Update Indicator – Get Notifications of Available Updates

Apt Update Indicator is a GNOME extension indicator for apt-based distributions. It lives in the system tray and has an app indicator that you can peek at to find out which apps have available updates. Apart from available updates, it displays when there are new packages in the repository; Local/Obsolete packages; Residual config files; Auto-removable […]

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Easy Ebook Viewer – A Simple Reader for ePub Files on Linux

Easy Ebook Viewer is a modern GTK Python Ebook Reader app with which you can easily read epub files. It’s relatively new to the Linux app scene and so is still in its early stages of development. It doesn’t have that many features yet the most basic e-book viewing functions Ebook readers have. Easy Ebook […]

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TopIcons Plus – Display All GNOME Shell Icons in the Top Panel

TopIcons Plus is a GNOME extension that moves the tray icons (usually from the bottom left of the GNOME shell) to the top panel. Although it originated as a fork from the original extension, it now features more advanced features and customization options like icon opacity, padding, tray size and position, saturation, and support for […]

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Screenlets – Easily Add Widgets to Your Linux Desktop

One method you can use to get Widgets on your Linux desktop is Conky but setting up custom configurations can be a bit too technical for some people. A simpler way to achieve the same goal, although less technically complex ones, is to use Screenlets. Screenlets is an open source Python-based tool that allows you […]

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InSync – The Most Powerful Google Drive Client Ever Built

InSync is a paid, cross-platform GUI Google Drive sync and backup client with intelligent synchronization and file matching features. It can also be used via the command line on Linux, on Windows Server, and even on the Raspberry Pi. InSync is not a free application. Apart from its free trial period for 15 days, its paid […]

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Wavebox – A Desktop Client for Gmail, Outlook and More

Wavebox (formerly WMail) is a free, open source, and cross-platform GUI desktop client for Gmail and Inbox with features like native desktop notifications and support for multiple accounts. It is built using Electron as a wrapper for Gmail and Inbox and each account can be set to have its individual notification settings and unread email […]

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QOwnNotes – A To-Do List Manager with Markdown and OwnCloud Support

QOwnNotes is a free, open source, and cross-platform note taking and to-do list application with support for Markdown editing and ownCloud integration. It features several panels with all the text entry and editing options all note-taking apps have to offer and even more. You can place all the panels wherever you want, get notified about […]

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Gping – A Cross-Platform Ping Tool with a Graph

“Ping” is a utility used by computer network administrators to test the reachability of a host on an IP network by measuring the time it takes for messages sent from the originating host to a destination computer to reach their destination and return to their originating point. It is one of the famous commands every Linux user […]

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Metamorphose 2 – Batch Rename Your Files and Folders on Linux

You may not have heard about this app before, but if you have been in need of a Linux application to automate renaming multiple files at once then read on. Métamorphose  is an advanced open source and cross-platform graphical batch file renaming program for files and folders. It ships with a variety of renaming options […]

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