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Simplenote is a helpful note-taking program. It allows us to write thoughts, take notes, and write down vital information. Many platforms are supported, including Windows,… Read More
Steam is a prominent cross-platform gaming engine that offers a variety of fun and popular games for Linux. You may play your favorite games as… Read More
Opera is a well-known web browser that is widely used across a variety of platforms. Opera has a distinct advantage over other browsers such as… Read More
Notepad++ is an open-source and freely available application that is used as a code editor or text editor by students and professionals. Notepad++ has support… Read More
GIMP is a free and open-source raster graphics editor used for image manipulation and image editing, free-form drawing, transcoding between different image file formats, and… Read More
Etcher also known as balenaEtcher is an open-source tool to create the bootable pen drives, and SD cards by using the ISO images of the… Read More
RTF stands for “Rich Text Type” and is a Microsoft-developed file format. It’s a way of encoding both text and pictures for usage in software.… Read More
Telegram is a widely used cross-platform messaging program that provides better privacy and encryption capabilities as well as support for big group chat features. It… Read More
Git is a FOSS (Free and Open Source Software) that is used for version control of any set of files, typically, the source code of… Read More
Dropbox is a file hosting service owned by the American firm Dropbox and has been in operation since 2007. It is based in San Francisco,… Read More
For Windows, macOS, Linux, and Chrome OS, OpenShot Video Editor is a free and open-source video editor. Jonathan Thomas launched the project in August 2008… Read More
Audacity is a digital audio editing and recording tool that is free and open-source. Audacity is still one of the most commonly used open-source apps… Read More
git-crypt encrypts and decrypts data in a git repository in a transparent manner. When you commit a file, it is encrypted, and when you check… Read More
John the Ripper is a free program for breaking passwords.  It was created for the Unix operating system, but it now runs on fifteen different… Read More
The “make” program in Linux is used to compile and manage a set of source code applications and files. It allows developers to install and… Read More

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