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Standard Notes is a straightforward and private note-taking tool. It securely syncs your notes across all of your devices, including Android, Windows, iOS, Linux, and… Read More
7-Zip is a free and open-source file archiver, which compresses files and saves them in compressed containers known as “archives.” Igor Pavlov designed created and… Read More
Apache Cassandra is an open-source  NoSQL database engine with fault tolerance, linear scalability, and consistency across many nodes. Apache Cassandra’s distributed architecture allows it to… Read More
OpenCV stands for open-source Computer Vision Library. It is a library that provides infrastructure for computer vision and machine learning applications. It has more than… Read More
Eclipse is an open-source and cross-platform integrated development environment(IDE) and is used for developing applications in Java, C/C++, PHP, Python, Ruby, etc. Since 2001, it… Read More
IntelliJ is a cross-platform integrated development environment(IDE) developed by Jetbrains and is available as an Apache 2 Licensed community edition and a commercial edition. It… Read More
PyCharm is a cross-platform integrated development environment (IDE) developed by JetBrains, specifically for Python Programming Language. It is one of the most popular Python IDE… Read More
My Weather Indicator is an excellent application built just for Ubuntu users to offer weather updates from anywhere in the globe. It uses a desktop… Read More
In this article, we will see how to install and configure LibreOffice on Arch-based Linux Distributions. LibreOffice is a free open-source office suite that allows… Read More
A VPN is a tool that acts as a middleman between you and the Internet that you browse. Whatever you do online, the VPN acts… Read More
File synchronization is a phenomenon that allows you to keep your data up to date across numerous devices. For example, suppose you have a file… Read More
Krita is a picture editing and digital painting program that is free and open-source. Krita is a cross-platform application that is primarily designed for KDE… Read More
OpenOffice is a free and open-source office suite that runs on a variety of platforms. The Java and C++ programming languages are used to create… Read More
Nagios is a free and open-source monitoring program that was created to keep track of various networking software, their sources, and Linux-based devices. We can… Read More
The Tiled Map is a free and open-source level editor that runs on a variety of platforms. It allowed us to alter tile maps in… Read More

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