How to Reduce Image File Size with Shotwell

There are many desktop-based tools to work with images. By default, all modern operating systems like Windows, Mac OS and Linux come with a built-in image viewer to enable you preview images...

How to Install Remember the Milk in Linux

There is no guarantee you will be more productive if you adopt a to-do list app like Remember the Milk, but your chance of being more productive will even smaller if...

6 Ways to Check Disk Usage in Linux

By default, all Linux distributions have been bundled with a tool to handle the task of checking the disk usage. From CLI-based tools to GUI-based ones. While seasoned Linux users commonly...

How to Install pCloud Drive Client on Linux

Today, the market of cloud storage service is being controlled by Dropbox and Google Drive. If you don't like the two and want to use another cloud storage service, pCloud is...

12 Best Markdown Editors for Linux

Though Markdown is basically has a simpler syntax than HTML, it's much easier to write a Markdown document using an editor that was built specifically for writing Markdown than regular text...

7 Popular Open Source Licenses That You Need to Know

Open source is the opposite of proprietary software. A work that is intended as an open source software should be available for free and users should have the ability to read...

Beginner’s Guide: How to Use the Find Command in Linux

Want to be a Linux master? One of the basic commands you need to learn is find. Just like the name suggests, this command is used to perform a find over...

How to Cut Audio in Audacity

Audacity is a popular open source audio editor. You can use this tool to get done audio-related tasks, including removing unnecessary part of an audio. Removing audio parts itself is a...

List of the 7 Best Archive Managers for Linux

The vast majority of Linux distributions already come with an archive manager to allow you work with an archive file in a wide range of formats. Be it ZIP, TAR or...

How to Extract ISO Files in Linux Using Command Line

ISO is one of the types of archive file format. An ISO file is intended to be burned into an optical disk (CD/DVD). The distribution of Linux distros is the best...

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