Desktop Apps

KSnip: Free Screenshot Tool With Annotation Feature for Linux, Windows and Mac

Although popular distributions of Linux usually have pre-installed software for taking screenshots, but if you want some advanced features such as annotation then you can try KSnip. Ksnip is a free and open-source cross-platform...

Linux Mint Announced a Fast New File Transfer Software

If you want to transfer files between any two computer machines, then pen drive, Bluetooth or Samba share can be used. But Linux Mint is bringing a new app for you. Linux...

Differences between Ubuntu Desktop and Ubuntu Server

A server is a computer that provides data and other services to other computers in the network (Local network or Internet). Any computer becomes a server when we install Server software in it. Any...

Can open source kill Microsoft?

When software is developed, its source code is written in a language like C, Java. These programming languages ​​have English words that any programmer can easily understand. But the computer cannot understand...

Google has banned the Zoom app from all employee computers

Zoom app has become popular among various employees working from home during the lockdown, on the other...

Linux diff Command

On the Linux operating systems, the diff command analyzes two files and prints the lines that are different. In short, it outputs...

Download Ubuntu Linux 20.04 Beta

Ubuntu Linux 20.04 beta release is now available for download. Through this beta version, various enthusiastic testers will be able to see...

Easily measure Internet Speed using Linux Command Line

In order to verify that our internet service provider is providing us the same speed that he had promised, we need to...

Microsoft released the video of exciting UI changes in Windows 10

Microsoft's Windows 10 operating system passed one billion active users earlier this week, and the company is now marking this occasion with...