Some may choose to believe that RSS readers are dead, but they’re here to stay. Especially when you don’t want the Big tech algorithm to decide what you should read. With a feed reader, you can choose your own reading sources. I’ve
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There are plenty of to-do list applications available for Linux. There is one more added to that list in the form of Sleek. Sleek to-do List app Sleek is nothing extraordinary except for its looks perhaps. It provides an Electron-based GUI for
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There is not a single decent screen recording software for Linux that supports Wayland display server. GNOME’s built-in screen recorder is probably the rare (and lone) one that works if you are using Wayland. But that screen recorder has no visible interface
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Brief: gImageReader is a GUI tool to utilize tesseract OCR engine for extracting texts from images and PDF files in Linux. gImageReader is a front-end for Tesseract Open Source OCR Engine. Tesseract was originally developed at HP and then was open-sourced in
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Thanks to the desktop environments, almost all Linux distributions come with a task manager application. In addition to that, there are several other system monitoring applications for Linux that have additional features. But recently I came across a task manager created for
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