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Popcorn Time is a BitTorrent client with multi-platform, free software that provides an integrated media player. A free alternative to subscription-based video streaming services, such… Read More
nload is a console-based application which monitors network traffic and bandwidth usage in real. It provides information about incoming and outgoing traffic using graphs, and… Read More
Swapping or swapping space is a physical memory page placed at the top of a disk partition or a special disk file that is used… Read More
If you are a Linux system administrator then you would definitely want to monitor the interactive activity of all system users, like monitoring the Linux… Read More
Vivaldi is a Customizable web browser that lets you customize everything in that browser. It is a good customizable, freeware, cross-platform web browser that was… Read More
Git is an open-source version control system. It means that whenever a developer develops some project (like an app or website) or something, he/she can… Read More
When you switch to private-browsing mode, all your extension is automatically disabled. This prevents data from being saved to your computer, but it also leaves… Read More
Git is an open-source version control system. It means that whenever a developer develops some project (like an app or website) or something, he/she constantly… Read More
Linux provides Zip command to work with a file like compressing the file and decompressing with a password. It’s not come with built-in you need… Read More
ntopng is an Open Source Tool to monitor the network. It is a security network monitoring tool, also monitors web activities passively. It is also… Read More
Linux Mint is the second-largest Linux-based distro used in the world. Linux Mint is a community-driven Linux distribution based on Ubuntu which itself is based… Read More
Files are either uploaded or downloaded to the FTP server. The files are moved from a personal computer to the server when you upload files.… Read More
For many top-tier Linux desktop distributions, such as Ubuntu and Fedora, GNOME is a common desktop environment that is the default desktop option. Nearly all… Read More
The strategy design pattern is intended to provide a way to choose from a variety of interchangeable strategies. Classic implementation includes an architecture to be… Read More
Manjaro Linux is an arch-based Linux, with all the features that provide a good user interface, all other tasks that are done on the other… Read More