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The 10 Best Linux Anti-Spam Tools and Software in 2020

Reliable anti-spam software is an important addition to everyone’s application collection irrespective of how the sensitivity level of the data that they handle because they exist to ensure that one’s inbox is not flooded with unsolicited messages, especially malicious ones. Would you be surprised to know that 45% of all emails are spam? Well-established companies, […]

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SSD vs HDD: Which Storage Device Should You Choose?

Today’s article focuses on the main differences between SSD and HDD without getting into unnecessary technicalities. Newer computer systems ship with SSDs. In fact, all Apple laptops ship with SSDs, but PC users have the option to choose for themselves in some cases. Both storage devices have their merits and demerits when considering factors such […]

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Solus OS 4.1 Released with Brand New Desktop and Other Improvements

Free and Open-source Solus OS recently released its most significant upgrade to version 4.1 (Fortitude) and now features a brand new desktop experience, updates to its software stacks, and hardware enablement. Desktop Environments Solus offers a multitude of desktop environments, ranging from the feature-rich and modern as follows. Budgie Desktop Solus ships with the latest […]

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Signal – Beautiful Secure Multi-Platform Instant Messaging App

Signal is a free beautiful, open-source, and secure multi-platform instant messaging application. It features a modern design with controls that are easy to use thanks to its familiar user interface that is consistent across the different platforms. It employs state-of-the-art end-to-end encryption powered by its open-source ‘Signal Protocol‘ which keeps user communication secure. While there […]

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Shells – Powerful Cloud Computer in Your Browser

Shells is a multi-platform virtual environment that enables you to turn your Playstation, Tablet, Smartphone, Xbox, or Oculus into a computer. With only a single click, you can turn the Shells virtual environment into a powerful, cloud-driven workspace for both personal and professional tasks without leaving your browser! You might be asking by now, “what […]

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Sayonara Player – Fast, Lightweight Audio Player for Linux

Sayonara Player is a free and open-source audio player written for Linux and BSD operating systems using the C++ programming language. It is built with support for the Qt framework and it uses GStreamer as its audio backend. From the moment you launch Sayonara for the first time, you will notice that it is built […]

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Plots – An Open Source Graph Plotting App for GNOME

In our world of today, spreadsheets function mainly as a means to provide quick and easy plotting methods for numerical data in various kinds of graphical charts. Graphs provide us with an effective way to visualize data and demonstrate the relationships between large data sets no matter their size. You can use Plots to create […]

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Pitivi – A Free and Open Source Video Editor for Linux

Pitivi is a beautiful, powerful and intuitive free and open-source non-linear video editor and it just received the biggest update since its first release. As time will have it, the latest version of Pitivi, 2020.09 is its first major release since 2018 which, as you must have noticed, features a year and month as the […]

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Peek – A Simple Animated Gif Screen Recorder for Linux

Peek Gif Recorder is the perfect screen capture tool for short and sharp video clips. It was designed to use ffmpeg and ImageMagick to take screencasts of your desktop and animate them to make them Gifs. It’s that nifty tool for those who might want to demo a bug or a brief gameplay session quickly. […]

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