Looking for Figma alternatives but want free and open-source solutions? We have some suggestions!
A GUI program to help you manage chroot(s) with ease. Take a look at Atoms here and get started with it.
CrossOver lets you run Windows software on Linux, macOS, and ChromeOS. Read the complete review to know if it’s worth getting the ‘paid version of WINE’.
Kommiku is a feature-rich manga reader available exclusively for Linux. Try it out!
Wondering how to compare files in Linux? You can use these command line and GUI utilities to compare files and folders.
Open source library management software are the best! Let’s take a look at some of them here.
I have experimented with a number of markdown editors and there are plenty of good ones there. However, I took an instant liking to Marktext. Here’s why!
Want to control your music using a beautiful widget on Linux? Sunamu is for you to try! It can even detect and show lyrics for currently playing music.
Koodo is an open source, cross-platform eBook reader application with tons of features to improve your reading experience.
It isn’t rocket science to play music on Linux, but you should have a great experience with a good music player!