GameMode is a combination of various libraries and daemons that allows all the users to improve the gaming performance on the Linux system. Developed by games publisher Feral Interactive, it improves gaming performance by requesting a group of options that will be applied temporarily to the Linux system.
PDF files have become one of the most critical file formats for data sharing, especially the data that is not altered regularly. This includes books, brochures, documents, forms, etc. One of the most iconic features of PDF files is that they are not easily alterable. Everyone knows this, and this is why PDFs are so popular in more than half the cases.
If you are a programmer and have created a program to automate something that you have to do repeatedly, it is pretty easy to set it up in such a way that you can directly execute it from the command-line. But what about GUI? There are specific ways, yes, but not more comfortable than what we are introducing in this article.
Tor is a short abbreviation for The Onion Router. It is a free and open-source web browser that is used to surf the web anonymously and keep your data private. A nonprofit organization develops it. No one can trace your IP address nor your browsing activity when the application is used efficiently.
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.
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.
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.