Winds is an open source application with an intuitive UI that allows you to follow your favorite websites through feeds and listen to your favorite podcasts.
One of the oldest Linux distribution still in development, Debian has just turned 25. Let’s have a look at some interesting facts about this awesome FOSS project.
A quick tip on how to create M3U playlists in Linux terminal from unordered files to play them in a sequence.
MPV is an open source, cross platform video player that comes with a minimalist GUI and feature rich command line version.
Dropbox is thinking of limiting the synchronization support to only a handful of file system types: NTFS for Windows, HFS+/APFS for macOS and Ext4 for Linux.
Wonder why people use BSD? Read some of the main reasons that compel people to use BSD over Linux.
ISO rejected NSA’s weak encryption algorithm, Speck. But Google coded it for Linux Kernel and Linux Kernel 4.17 contains this controversial algorithm. Obviously, not everyone is happy with it.
Let’s have a look at some open source and non-open source CAD software available for Linux, their features and installation instructions.
A featureful native Linux email client that allows you to access Microsoft Exchange Server on Linux. Read and find what makes Hiri an awesome email client for Linux users.
Why doesn’t the popular lightweight Linux distribution Lubuntu want to focus specifically on older computers anymore?