Curtail is a nifty open source GUI tool for compressing images in Linux. You can also bulk compress multiple images at once and set compression levels.
A simple, Eclipse-like IDE for Python programmers. The features are more suited for teaching Python to students in schools.
Amberol is a stunning-looking music player for Linux users with a focus on playing music, not managing it.
Noticed a “package set to manually installed” message in Ubuntu? Here’s what it means and why you see it for some packages only.
The Grub Customizer is a handy GUI tool that lets you configure various aspects of the Grub bootloader. Learn to install it on Ubuntu using a PPA.
A trip down the memory lane. Take a look at this collection of the mascots of all the Ubuntu releases so far.
Want to install a specific version of a package in Ubuntu or Debian? Here’s how to do that with the apt command and troubleshoot the possible issues with it.
DuckDuckGo has some cool features most users are not aware of. If you are an ardent DDG fan, you may enjoy enhancing your search experience with these tricks.
Using GNOME Boxes tool for virtual machines but cannot figure out how to share files between the host OS and the OS in VM? This tutorial will help you with that.
AppImage applications not running in Ubuntu 22.04 LTS even with the correct file permissions? You need to install the missing library and try again. Here’s how.
GNOME 42 introduces a new terminal application that is simpler and more user-friendly. Here’s an overview of the new GNOME Console.
Ubuntu’s default video player is not very good at handling video codecs by default. Here’s what you can do for playing various media files.