Curtail is a nifty open source GUI tool for compressing images in Linux. You can also bulk compress multiple images at once and set compression levels.
Rocket.Chat is an increasingly popular open-source team communication app, is it better than Slack? What are the differences? Let’s take a look.
A simple, Eclipse-like IDE for Python programmers. The features are more suited for teaching Python to students in schools.
Amberol is a stunning-looking music player for Linux users with a focus on playing music, not managing it.
An open source GUI tool for monitoring network to the tiny details. Consider it an alternative to the popular Glasswire app.
An interesting open-source private messenger that utilizes Tor to keep your communications secure and private.
Extension Manager is an interesting alternative to GNOME’s official Extensions app to help you manage GNOME shell extensions. Let’s take a closer look.
HydraPaper is an impressive wallpaper manager for Linux users that also supports multi-monitor setups.
Notepad Next is an interesting replacement for Notepad++ users on Linux, along with its cross-platform support. Let’s take a closer look.
GNOME 42 introduces a new terminal application that is simpler and more user-friendly. Here’s an overview of the new GNOME Console.