NitroShare allows you to wirelessly and painlessly transfer files between Linux, Windows and OS X. Read and find out how to use it.
Elegant, modern looking Square icon theme has recently been upgraded to version 2.0, which makes it more beautiful than ever. Square icon packs are compatible with all major desktop environments such as Unity, GNOME, KDE, MATE etc. Which means that you can use them for all popular Linux distributions such as Ubuntu, Fedora, Linux Mint, elementary […]
In last post, we saw an open source to-do app Go For It!. In a similar article, today we’ll see an open source note taking application Papyrus. Papyrus is a fork of Kaqaz note manager and is built on QT5. It brings a clean, polished user interface and is security focused (as it claims). Emphasizing on […]
How do you manage tasks and remember things in desktop Linux? I preferred using sticky notes in Ubuntu for a long time. But the problem I faced was syncing it with other devices, especially with my smartphone. This is the reason why went on with Google Keep. Now, Google Keep is feature rich app and […]
Apple has announced new products that include Macbooks and Apple watch. As a tech enthusiast, I keenly followed the news to see how people are gonna waste their money in year 2015. As you know the trend, as soon as Apple announces new products, lots of memes and trolls come up on social media to take […]
If you followed my last post on new features in elementary OS Freya, you would know that it is ‘introducing’ a new terminal feature. This new feature is desktop notification when a command completes in terminal. I particularly liked this feature because some command takes quite some time in complete and I get distracted in […]