FuryBSD is a new BSD distribution based on FreeBSD and tweaked for desktops. Here’s more information about this new project.
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Open Book is an open source eBook reader that you can tweak to your liking. Free from proprietary stuff, Open Book is a dream come true for open source enthusiasts.
Joplin is an open source note taking and to-do application. You can organize notes into notebooks and tag them. Joplin also provides a web-clipper to save articles from the internet.
Popular multiplayer racing game Rocket League is ending support for Linux and Mac starting March 2020. Here’s why they are doing it and what you can do about it.
Mozilla Firefox has a dark theme. Learn how to turn on the dark theme in Firefox and use it on every website you visit.
A new major release of Wine is here. With Wine 5.0, running Windows applications and games on Linux is further improved.
The Kubuntu Council, MindShareManagement Inc, and Tuxedo Computers teamed up to come up with a premium Kubuntu-powered laptop for power users: Kubuntu Focus.
ProtonVPN becomes the first VPN provider to open source its client applications and undergo an independent security audit.
Syncthing is an open-source peer-to-peer file synchronization tool that you can use for syncing files between multiple devices (including an Android phone).
One of the most popular notes organizing tools Evernote has a good news for Linux users. They will be releasing an Evernote desktop application for Linux this year.