Timetable is a scheduling app available on flathub repositories. The app is maintained by the Elementary OS team and thus it’s User Interface looks like its own native OS. Might look a bit out of place on GNOME, KDE, Cinnamon, etc but still yet the app works like a charm. Read on below to get more done with Timetable.
If you have the time, you can read this article else you can do something else. Sounds logical, doesn’t it? Well, That’s programming for you in a nutshell. Programming is all about writing code that will give different outputs depending upon the state of various variables at the moment.
Nice sunny day, hello Linux readers! I’m glad to have you back here as I ramble about the goods and the bads of these two markdown editors: UberWriter and Mark Text. If you haven’t tried both of them, great! This article can help you a bit as you read on to discover what makes each editor unique and special. Both of them are great and I’ve used each of these two editors in turn for some time as my primary way of drafting articles for this website.
Another game review today. It’s Midnightmare Teddy! Available on flathub for all versions of Linux is a casual lightweight shooter game for kids and families. The game is cute and centers around a teddy who might be having a nightmare dreaming. You must help teddy get rid of all those evil toys or they kill you.
Fondo is a desktop wallpaper app for Linux where you can search for the most beautiful wallpapers on the Internet from within the app itself and set your preferred image as your desktop wallpaper by just clicking on the image directly. The app is simple and easy to use.
Vidcutter is a Linux video trimmer app that lets you split any video into pieces easily. Let's say you're a Meme maker, it can help save you a ton of time getting your favorite clips out of a movie.
Harvey, a color conformance app for keeping accessibility in mind when designing websites, has been released as flatpak app recently. I've tried the app and found it to be simple but effective.
Today I am going to start a very interesting series of topics, Hacking with Kali Linux. In this series, I will start from the basics of hacking with Kali Linux and go advance. I will not beat around the bush or discuss crap that's spammed all around the internet but will share real-life scenarios of hacking.
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