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LibreOffice 6.3 released, here are the new features

As a result of the efforts by the Document Foundation, LibreOffice 6.3 is here with improved performance, better interoperability, and a variety of new features.

How to send files using Teleport on Linux

Linux has come a long way when it comes to file sharing. A user no longer has to configure an SSH or set up an FTP server. They can now use a nifty app called Teleport. This tutorial will explain how to install Teleport and how to start sharing those files with it.

How to install Dropbox and setup sync on Ubuntu

Dropbox is one of the most popular and powerful online file hosting services. When you drag some files/directories to your Dropbox directory on your computer, those files/directories will be synchronized automatically to your online cloud account and any other linked devices to your account.

Krita 4.2 released, here are the exciting new features

Krita is an open-source painting tool, mostly used by concept artists, webcomic creators, and even the VFX industry. It is quite beginner friendly, which is the reason that is helpful for amateurs as well as professionals and has many useful and standard features.

Install Maya Autodesk on Ubuntu

In this tutorial, we are going to cover installing Autodesk Maya on Ubuntu. Though it is a little bit tricky process, we will try to keep it simple as we can.

Foxit PDF Reader – Features and Installation on Linux System

Portable Document Format (PDF) is one of the most commonly used digital document formats. People in all parts of life, students, business-people, power users, administrators, or just your average Joe, they all need a good PDF reader for various purposes. In this article, we want to tell you about a light-weight PDF reader, by Foxit.

Nvidia 430.09 now available for download, supports GeForce GTX 1650

Nvidia has announced the release of version 430.09 of their display drivers for Linux platforms. The most significant update in this release is that the new NVIDIA Linux driver now supports the GeForce GTX 1650 with its Max-Q Design and GTX 1660 Ti Max-Q Design.

Stellarium – Planetarium App for 3D simulation of the night sky

The advancement of science and technology has had its effect on practically everything. Some fields have experienced an impact more significant than the others, like medicine, education, and more than anything, space technology. Stellarium is a program on Linux that can be used to explore the galaxy, and right at our desks. Here are the features and how to install it.