An ardent RSS feed user? Here’s a new, modern feed reading application for desktop Linux. You can easily bring all your feeds from Feedly and NewsBlur here.
You can run commands in any terminal in Linux but some terminals provide either additional useful features or some interestingly different looks. Here are some terminal emulators you may try.
gImageReader is a GUI tool to utilize tesseract OCR engine for extracting texts from images and PDF files in Linux.
Struggling with Nvidia and Linux Mint? Here’s a detailed beginner’s guide that explains plenty of things around installing Nvidia drivers on Linux Mint.
Quickly access your terminal that is customizable and powerful for a variety of users with Guake Terminal emulator in Linux.
duf is a terminal tool meant as an enhancement to the traditional “df” and “du” Linux commands. It lets you easily check for free disk space, sort the output, and present it in a user-friendly manner.
youtube-dl is an exceptional tool for downloading videos from websites like YouTube. If you don’t like using it in terminal, here are some GUI apps built on top of youtube-dl.
A cross-shell prompt that makes it easy to customize and configure the Linux terminal prompt, if you care too much about the looks of your terminal.
Viper Browser is a Qt-based browser that offers a simple user experience keeping privacy in mind.
Want to beautify your Linux terminal and give it a different look? Here are a few ways you can customize your terminal.