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Atom is a free, and open-source application that has been designed from scratch to act as a hackable text editor and programmer's editor application. The main intent with which it is built is to help developer to write code easily. It has a feature-rich and highly customizable user interface.
Google Drive is great for storing your data in the cloud, so that your data is synced across several devices for instant access. Unfortunately, Linux Mint 18.1 and even the latest 18.2 doesn't come installed with GNOME Online accounts. Therefore, you can't add Google accounts by default settings.
This guide is for all the Android developers who make new apps for Android smartphones, and also for end uses who do rooting and unlocking bootloader stuff on their Android Phones.
Pitivi is a free and open-source video editor for Linux. It packs very attractive features, and an intuitive user interface. It is highly polished editor, providing cutting-edge multimedia transcoding and encoding functionality.
Zorin OS team has announced the release of Lite edition of their popular Zorin OS 12 operating system. Zorin OS 12 Lite can be termed as their biggest ever release, specifically designed for the low-end computers. Let's checkout what new features it has to offer.
Now that Linux Mint 18.2 is released, let's see how to update Linux Mint 18.1 to 18.2, and also see how to install the included Linux Kernel 4.8.
Krita 3.1.3 has been released with some new features and important handy UI changes. The team took nearly 2 months to bring this version to Linux, Windows, and Mac OS X. The most impressive new feature is the ability of the program to run several instances of it in parallel.
Fedora Design team has finalized a set of 16 supplemental wallpapers that will be released with Fedora 26. As usual the wallpapers are based of user submissions. As many as 92 wallpapers were submitted by the community. Let's take a look at the winning submissions!
The Budgie Desktop is a intuitive and modern desktop, designed to use less system resources and you will see a heavy integration with the GNOME stack. Solus OS uses Budgie as its default desktop environment. This tutorial explains you how to install it on Ubuntu 17.04.
Canonical has released Ubuntu 17.04 Zesty Zapus, which comes with latest technologies like driverless printing, Linux Kernel 4.10, and other plenty of new features. Remember, this is not a LTS (Long term Support) version, so those on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS are not recommended to update. This tutorial will guide you on how to upgrade Ubuntu 16.10 to Ubuntu 17.04.