Enpass – The Perfect One Password Alternative for Free

Not too long ago I wrote on Buttercup password manager and tagged it an excellent free alternative to 1Password especially for Linux. Today, I came across an even better alternative that is not just free but available for all OS platforms in the market. It goes by the name of Enpass. Enpass is a beautiful […]

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Fedora Media Writer – A Necessary Tool for the Fedora User

Suppose that you have decided that you want to give the new Fedora release a try. You download the ISO and then you have to pick a method of putting that ISO on a thumb drive. You could choose to use the dd command or you could pick from a series of applications. However, with […]

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Fotoxx – A Photo Editor and Collection Manager for Linux

Fotoxx is an open source image editing and collection manager robust and powerful enough for professional use. With a focus on editing images taken with a digital camera, it is excellent at managing large photo collections while packing alongside a thumbnail browser, image search using any meta data and (partial) file names, support for batch operations, RAW file import, and a comprehensive set of […]

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Gnome Pie – A Circular Application Launcher (Menu) for Linux

You know about Dash to Dock and Dash to Panel . But do you know about Gnome Pie? It’s a completely different concept from the app launchers typical of Windows, Mac, and Linux systems because it implements an idea known as “Fitts’ law”. Fitts’ Law is a model of human movement primarily used in human–computer […]

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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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Gratipay – Help Companies and Others Pay for Open Source Projects

I don’t know if you have heard of Patreon  before because we are about to introduce you to a Patreon-type service for open source projects – Gratipay. Gratipay  is an open source startup founded with the purpose of providing project supporters with an avenue to financially help open source projects. You can find a long list […]

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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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JumpFm – An Electron-based File Manager Focused on Performance

We have covered a couple of Linux file managers recently and the genre doesn’t seem to be ending anytime soon. Today, we bring you a file manager that is so skilled at navigation that it had to contain “jump” in its name and go by the name of JumpFm. JumpFm is a cross-platform dual panel file […]

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Kalendar – A Minimal Calendar App for Efficient Time Management

Kalendar is a cross-platform Gregorian calendar application with a focus on simplicity, ease of use, and KDE desktop. It is written in C++ and has its GUI built with the Qt5 library. The project was started from scratch by echo-devim who after being inspired by gnome-calendar, aims to keep the app simple in order to avoid “annoying dependencies (so you […]

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