By default, new application windows start at the top left of the screen in Ubuntu. If you don’t like it, you can change this behavior easily.
Internxt is one of the rare few open source projects that ticks so many boxes. It is open source and yet easy-to-use commercial cloud storage service.
One of the negatives is that Snap packages are usually bigger in size and take a lot of disk space. Here’s a neat trick that will help you clean Snap packages.
Here’s an open source clone of the viral Wordle game that you can play in Linux desktop.
Glow is a CLI tool that lets you render Markdown files in the Linux terminal. You can also organize Markdown files with it.
It’s like Visual Studio Code for Markdown and it has potential to become a true alternative to the likes of Notion.
Take a look at all the new features in the upcoming Ubuntu 22.04 LTS release.
Here are some faster, better and feature rich alternative command line tools to replace the decades old legacy Linux commands.
QPrompt is a free teleprompter software for all kinds of video creators. Built with ease of use, productivity, control accuracy, and smooth performance in mind.
GNOME Screenshot is a nifty utility that takes care of most of your screenshot needs. It’s even better if you use it with keyboard shortcuts.