Sigil is an open source EPUB editor available for Linux, Windows and macOS. With Sigil, you can create a new ebook in EPUB file format or edit an existing EPUB ebook.
getting CPU details in the Linux terminal is nothing new. Displaying it beautifully with ASCII art is a different thing. CPUFetch does that for you.
Code Blocks is an open source IDE written in C++ and ideal for C, C++ and Fortran development. Learn to install it on Ubuntu-based Linux distributions.
In a surprise move, Red Hat has announced RHEL Stream, a rolling release version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
If you dual boot Windows and Linux, you’ll notice that often one of them shows incorrect time. Here’s why that happens and what you can do to fix it.
Want to try the features of Fedora 34 like GNOME 40 right now? You can upgrade to Fedora 34 beta. Here’s how.
Make command not working? Here’s some troubleshooting tips on making make work in Ubuntu-based Linux distributions.
Plausible is an open source web analytics tool with focus on two things: privacy and simplicity. Here’s what you need to know about this Google Analytics alternative.
Sleek is a modern looking, Electron-based GUI frontend for todo.txt. You can use this open source software on Linux and Windows.
Similar to ncdu in user-friendliness but faster in performance, gdu can be a good choice for disk usage analysis in Linux terminal.