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5 Best Download Managers for Linux

We often need to download large files that can go corrupt due to various reasons such as slow internet or interrupted download. Using a broken downloaded file is not something one wants. Download managers make sure that the downloaded file maintains its integrity and also presents you with the ability to pause and resume downloads, provided the server supports it. When you are downloading a massive file, it's recommended to use a download manager.

SuperTuxKart 1.1 open-source 3D Kart Racing game released

STK is a popular free and open-source 3D kart racing game similar to Mario Kart.  STK is distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License (GPL) 3.0 with plans to dual-license under both GPL and Mozilla Public License (MPL) 2.0.

CopyQ – Advanced clipboard manager for Linux

We have all had that moment when we copied a text, but we first needed another one, and in the process, lost the first one. If you're lucky, you can get it back quickly with a bit of work.

Googler – Google Search from your Linux Terminal

What if you are on your Linux terminal, executing some commands, and you need to google something without leaving the terminal? Is it possible to perform the internet search right from your terminal?

Scrcpy – Control Android devices from a Linux desktop

Scrcpy is a desktop program that can be used to access your Android phone's system and interface through your computer. The app is quite convenient, and some of its best features are highlighted below.

RipMe – Bulk image downloader for Linux

RipMe can be used to download images in bulk from all major image-hosting websites. Among others, these include Imgur (most importantly), Reddit (yes, you can download pictures of a full sub-Reddit), Twitter, Tumblr, Flickr, Instagram, etc. A complete list can be found here.

Gammy – Adaptive screen brightness utility for Linux

Gammy is a program that adjusts the level of screen brightness and the amount of blue light emitted automatically. The way it works is that Gammy takes a screenshot after a very fixed period, and gradually adjusts the brightness based on that.

Enabling GameMode on Linux for best gaming performance

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.