Every Linux distribution comes with a document viewer app that lets you read PDF and other documents. Most of the time, it is Evince from GNOME that is displayed as Document Viewer in Ubuntu and some other distributions. Evince is a handy
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There are countless open-source solutions (including website creation tools and forum software) that power the web, and a helpdesk system is one of the vital areas that can benefit from it. UVdesk is a free and open-source PHP based support ticket system
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Love minimalism? You’ll love Clapper. Clapper is a new video player for Linux. Actually, it’s more for GNOME than Linux. Built on top of GNOME’s JavaScript library and GTK4 toolkit, it blends naturally in the GNOME desktop environment. It uses GStreamer for
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There are many open-source messaging applications available, especially if you are looking for WhatsApp replacements on both desktop and mobile. Element is one of them, which is a decentralized alternative for private messaging that you can use to interact with individuals, communities,
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When it comes to photo management software in Linux, Shotwell is perhaps the most famous of them all. No wonder it comes preinstalled in many distributions. But if you are looking for a Shotwell like application which is a bit faster, Fotoxx
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There are a variety of BitTorrent applications available for Linux. But finding a good application that offers many features should save you some time. KTorrent by KDE is one such BitTorrent app built for Linux. While there are several torrent clients for
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Screen sharing or screen mirroring apps available out there aren’t that good. Even though most of the dedicated options are only available for Windows/Mac, you may have a tough time finding an open-source solution for Linux. With such an app, you can
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When it comes to terminal based text editors, it is usually Vim, Emacs and Nano that get the limelight. That doesn’t mean there are not other such text editors. Neovim, a modern enhancement to Vim, is one of many such examples. Along
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Subtitles make the experience of watching a video seamless. You do not need to necessarily understand the language of the video, the subtitle helps you figure out what’s happening with a text version of the audio in your preferred language. You get
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