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Linux Apps

Are you looking for an app for your Linux system? We have already reviewed plenty of apps, mainly free and open-source software (FOSS) from various categories, including System Tools, Desktop enhancements apps, Multimedia editors, and more. The list is growing as you read this!

How to download and install iTunes on Linux

iTunes has always been a convenient platform for downloading, organizing, playing, and syncing media between your Apple devices. It also gives users a large pool of media to buy or stream millions of songs using Apple Music.

Tux Paint: An award-winning drawing app for children

When it comes to children, drawing and sketching is something they love to do. Even on computers, drawing programs are highly used in schools by the kids in primary classes. Schools teach how to interact with the systems through it, and even some programming tutorials for children work based on drawing programs.

Beaker Browser: A P2P web browser you must try

I think we can all agree on the fact that the web browser is an integral part of our Linux systems, or any computer system, for that matter. We have had several fulfilling options for browsing the web, like Firefox, Brave, Vivaldi, Tor, etc. and they have worked pretty well, but also pretty much in the same way, except for Tor, which is much better for anonymity.

The 5 Best OneNote Alternatives for Linux

Microsoft OneNote is a popular note app that is often used as a collaborative tool for Windows operating system. If you have taken a plunge to the Linux ecosystem, you might be on the lookout for a possible replacement for the OneNote app. We did all the research for you, and here we present you with the best Note-taking app for your Linux system.

The 6 Best Download Managers for Fedora

It is a well-known fact that using download managers can help improve download speeds as compared to web browsers. Apart from the inbuilt download manager wget on Fedora, just as on any distribution that is based on GNU/Linux package, there are more options to explore.

Nutty – A network monitoring app for Linux

After the internet revolution, it's important to be connected with the cyber world to get things done. Skipping the complicated intricacies of how the internet works, on a personal level, we connect to the internet through various ways, like WLAN (Wireless Local Area Network) or Wi-Fi to put it simply, or some kind of a wired connection to a router, or in some cases, cellular networks.

GNS3 – Network simulator to configure virtual networks on Linux

Nowadays, Network Engineers and students studying for their CCNP, CCNA, CCIE, etc., make use of network simulation software to run topologies and interact with sophisticated network devices. One of the popular network simulation software in the market is GNS3.

Whatever – Lightweight Evernote App for Linux

Organizing and managing day-to-day tasks or assignments has never been easy. Currently, there are several applications available in the market to help you organize your tasks. They come along with various features like note-taking, listing, sketching, etc.