Mozilla Firefox 21 web browser for desktop and mobile were released a few days ago, the Desktop and Mobile releases are packed with some new features, several enhancements and security fixes. Check How to install/update Mozilla Firefox 21 for many Linux distribution such as “Fedora, CentOS, RHEL, Ubuntu, Linux Mint, …” and the release notes down below. Continue reading
Many Linux users prefers using the command line to schedule shutdown the computer, while, other users would prefer using a graphical user interface to do so, and here’s an extension for Gnome shell user interface will help you to easily set a time for auto-shutdown the computer. Continue reading
Ubuntu 13.04 Raring Ringtail was released a few days ago. It comes with many pre-installed applications for several purposes. However, these applications won’t be enough for some users to be able to effectively use Ubuntu 13.04 Raring Ringtail. So, here’s a list of recommended applications for Ubuntu 13.04. Continue reading
Terra is a GTK+3.0 based terminal emulator, it supports running multiple terminals using split feature which allows you to split Terra’s terminal window vertically or horizontally like Terminator or Yakuake terminal emulators.
Screen capturing and sharing has never been easier using ScreenCloud application. ScreenCloud supports uploading screenshots to many cloud services such as Ubuntu One and Dropbox. Check the rest of ScreenCloud features and installation instructions down below. Continue reading
Indicator Stickynotes is a simple note application written in python and GTK3. It originally developed to work on Unity user interface and it has been tested on GNOME Shell, GNOME classic “fallback”, XFCE/Xubuntu, KDE/Kubuntu, MATE/Mint, and Cinnamon/Mint interfaces. Check installation instruction on Ubuntu 12.10 Quantal Quetzal and Ubuntu 12.04 LTS Precise Pangolin using PPA. Continue reading
Zim is a great text editor for taking quick notes, creating multiple wiki pages “wiki style”, adding and managing to do lists, including attachments along with plain text format, and many more features. Check the installation instructions and a list of the main features for Zim text editor down below.
Terminator is an advanced terminal emulator supports multiple terminals layouts, arranging terminals and change its sizes in a single window layout. In this tutorial, I will show you how to configure Terminator layout and customize it fit along with your desktop environment. Continue reading
aTunes is a free and open-source audio player and organizer for cross-platforms “Linux, MAC OS X and Microsoft Windows”. aTunes supports many features such as multiple playlists, editing tags, advanced audio file organizer, OSD support, supported audio formats “mp3, ogg, wma, wav, flac, mp4″, ripping audio files from CDs, and many more features. Continue reading
Wine is a free and open source software, it allows you to run Microsoft Windows applications on Linux, BSD, Solaris and Mac OS X. The weekly development release version 1.5.22 has been released, which brings several bug fixes and new features since Wine 1.5.21. Continue reading
Amarok 2.7 has been released with a code name “A Minor Tune”. This release brings many new features have been developed during last year’s Google Summer of Code, and fixed several issues since the earlier stable release 2.6 release. Continue reading