Best Flatpak Apps of 2022
We make a list of the best applications in Flatpak format that we could test during the year 2022 from FlatHub
We make a list of the best applications in Flatpak format that we could test during the year 2022 from FlatHub
This is my personal selection of the best programs for Linux of the year 2022 and that can be installed from the repositories.
We list two Linux clients for Usenet. It is one of the oldest services to interconnect users with common interests.
September brings us a new version of ONLYOFFICE Docs and in this article we tell you the reasons why you should try it.
If you want to install universal Flatpak packages easily, you should know about the Flatline extension
We continue listing one more automation tool for Linux with which we can save ourselves work.
We list some graphical automation tools that we can use in Linux to save us from typing long texts.
Continuing with the enumeration of tools to automate tasks in linux we will see how to configure tasks in anacrontab.
In the third part of this series of articles in which we are using the seven deadly sins as…
We make a list of free software to commit the deadly sins. This is a different way of knowing the use of these programs.
Recently, the release of the new version of Vim 9.0 was announced, a version in which a series of improvements have been implemented...
In this article we start with a practical example of creating an ebook that allows us to participate in the Amazon contest.
WINE 7.10 has been released as the latest development version of the software with the main novelty of uploading the Mono engine to v7.3.0.
GNOME Boxes is the best alternative to VirtualBox if we are on Linux, and even offers some advantages over Oracle's proposal.
We will see how to create an ebook to participate in the Amazon literary contest using free software and complying with the publication guidelines
We continue talking about free software to participate in the Amazon literary contest. Two programs to create EPUB.
We tell you how to participate in the Amazon literary contest by writing and laying out the book with free software.
Among the hundreds of bug fixes, WINE 7.9 has come with many improvements to make it possible to play Windows titles on Linux.
Modren Store is a software store/installer that can be used on any Linux distribution in the future.
WINE 7.8 has arrived introducing more than 400 changes, among which the support for WoW64 in the sound drivers stands out.
In this article we will see how to manage wallpapers in Linux, both in image and video format, and where to download new ones.
We tell you what ClamTk is, the graphical interface of a malware scanner for Linux and why you should consider installing it.
Whether open, free or paid, the range of programming tools available in Linux is enormous. We explain the differences.
Shortwave 3.0 has arrived with many new features, among which the aesthetic tweaks or the fact that private stations can be saved stand out.
Google Chrome 101 has arrived with a novelty that will make the browser load the most important content sooner.
If you are one of those who use the PeaZIP un/compression program, then you should be aware of this new version 8.6 and its new features
WINE 7.6 has arrived as the latest development version with the most outstanding novelty of uploading Mono to version 7.2.0.
Continuing this series of articles where we are listing the least complicated of the production applications of…
In our previous article we had begun to comment on a small list of useful programs for those who want to get started in…
There are many plain text editors for GNU/Linux, and now you should add OmniaWrite to the list, a very special and new one
Although the offer of games available for Linux is not as wide as that of Windows and does not come close…
We'll tell you what libadwaita is for, the library that forced changes to Ubuntu's color palette and changes to the Budgie desktop.
A few days ago the launch of the CoreBoot 4.16 project was announced, in which about 170 developers participated...
Unlike many Linux users, I am a fan of Snap packages. That's why every now and then I do...
If you like Nintendo Wii U console video games, then you should pay attention to Cemu emulator and what is coming
KDE has released Falkon 3.2, the first major update to the browser in nearly three years with the main addition being screenshots.
WINE 7.0 has arrived as a new stable version of the software to run Windows applications on other operating systems.
The release of the new version of SDL 2.0.20 was announced in which some changes were made that improve the performance...
There are programs that are difficult to use and others that are very easy. There are also programs that are a real pleasure to use….
If you have landed on GNU / Linux and you come from the Mac world, you will surely like to know some of the best alternatives to Final Cut Pro
GNOME is stepping on the gas in the development of its next text editor, and it could be the default editor in GNOME 42.
If you do not know whether to use Chrome, Chromium or derivatives, we will tell you about the different characteristics of the browsers.
Code Club World is an interesting initiative with which it is intended that children can learn to program from home
WineHQ has released WINE 6.22, which should be the last development version before Release Candidates start to roll out.
If you need to use CAD software in your GNU / Linux distribution for your profession or for your studies, this will interest you
After ten years I went back to using aMule, the p2p download client for the ED2K and Kademlia networks. This is my opinion.
Michael Aaron Murphy recently released confirmation that the System76 team is already in development ...
Telegram is becoming a great option for different communities, which is why Telegrand and Tok are already in GNOME and KDE.
WINE 6.21 is the third consecutive version to overcome the barrier of 400 changes, among which the implementation of MSDASQL stands out.
For a few days I have been analyzing the differences between the benefits of the software pre-installed on our computer and those that ...
A few days ago we broadly compared the advantages and disadvantages of using online software and locally installed programs. Now…
Yesterday, Darkcrizt told us that the Microsoft Edge browser for Linux is already considered stable and how to install it….
As time goes by, the differences between operating systems become irrelevant. Virtual machines, containers ...
To many people, using non-free software alternatives for Linux seems sacrilege. However, if you are not ...
The Document Foundation has released LibreOffice 7.2.2, a new point update that has arrived with 68 fixes and improvements.
WINE 6.19 has come with more than 500 changes that improve the software to run Windows apps on other operating systems.
We list some open source alternatives for converting text to speech in Linux using the command line.
Kooha 2.0.0 has come with important new features, such as the ability to save videos in MP4 and GIF formats or record a window.
WINE 6.18 has arrived breaking records, with almost 500 changes among which it stands out that the HID joystick is now activated by default.
Ventoy 1.0.52 finally includes a graphical interface (GUI) for Linux-based operating systems, among other minor enhancements.
Pacstall is a project that presents itself as the AUR for Ubuntu. But does it live up to the Arch community repository?
Google Chrome 93 has arrived with several new APIs for developers, support for cross-device WebOTP, and other new features.
If you are an electronic or maker, surely you will be interested in knowing these software projects for electronics compatible with Linux
If you want to get information about your system and your hardware quickly and intuitively, here are some of the best tools
WINE 6.16 Staging has arrived improving compatibility with high DPI themes and introducing more than 400 changes and improvements.
Several days ago the release of the cumulative application update for August (21.08) developed ...
If you like the field of robotics and you are working with a GNU / Linux distro, you will surely like to know these programs
"Applications for GNOME" is a new page on gnome.org from where we can take a look at the best apps in the project.
Weylus is an application that allows you to mirror your desktop or a window on a mobile or tablet, with support for touch input.
WINE 6.15 has arrived as the last Staging version with almost 400 changes, among which the WinSock library converted to PE stands out.
After two years of development, the launch of the new version of the Latte Dock panel has just been presented ...
Vvave is a music player developed by KDE that bets on minimalism without forgetting to collect information from the internet.
There is an old joke about a programmer who got tired of having 10 tools to do a certain task ...
PulseAudio 15.0 has been released as the last major update of this audio server with many improvements for sound on Linux.
Vivaldi 4.1 has introduced a new tab mode that they have named accordion and will help us to be better organized.
After some time in beta, ProtonVPN is now available for Linux in the form of an application with a user interface.
WayDroid is a new option to run Android applications on Linux, and they claim that it works better than the famous Anbox.
LibreOffice 7.1.5 has arrived as the latest version for those of us who want all the news by improving support with Microsoft Office.
Cambalache is positioned as a new RAD tool that allows rapid front-end development for GTK 3, GTK 4 and GNOME ...
Chrome 92 has arrived as the latest major update to Google's web browser and highlights the security developments.
If you have little ones at home or an education center, you will like to know some of the essential apps for them in Linux
WineHQ has released WINE 6.13, the latest Staging version of its software to run Windows apps on other operating systems.
HandBrake 1.4 has arrived as the latest version of this open source video editor with new features such as support for FFmpeg 4.4.
If you want to work with the PDF format in your GNU / Linux distro, you will like to know PDF Mix Tool, which now comes with new features in v1.0
The new version of systemd 249 has just been introduced which arrives almost fulfilling its predictable development cycle (approx every 4 months) ...
It was a matter of time before the new Audacity owners' decision to include optional telemetry in their ...
We reviewed some alternatives to Audacity for editing audio files. As far as we know they do not include telemetry.
WineHQ has released WINE 6.12, the latest Staging version that includes more than 350 changes that will improve compatibility with Windows apps.
Blender is one of the free and open source projects capable of competing and beating commercial alternatives….
A few days ago the guys from Cloudflare announced the release of a version for Linux ...
Using Microsoft 365 and Edge is an excellent alternative if you need an office suite to use with any Linux distribution.
One of the challenges of leaving WordPress to switch to Jekyll is how to do the things that WordPress ...
Color and learn Linux with these three free Red Hat books that will teach you how to use SELinux and container concepts
WINE 6.0.1 has arrived as the last stable version of the software with support for WINE64 on computers with Apple's M1 processor.
Blender 2.93 has arrived as a new Long Term Support version adding a good group of new features to improve the software.
After some time in development, OBS Studio 27.0 has arrived, and Linux users in Wayland will now be able to record their screens with guarantees.
Kdenlive's Voice to Text tool, which comes to maturity with the latest version of the video editor, is an interesting first.
Microsoft Edge is now available in beta form for Linux users, so we have a more mature and stable version.
Vivaldi 3.8 has arrived with the main novelty of having an integrated function that acts as the I Don't Care About Cookies extension.
MuSe 4.0 has arrived and among its most important changes we have a redesign of its user interface and a version in AppImage.
WineHQ has released WINE 6.7, a new development version that improves support for Plug & Play drivers and adds almost 400 changes.
Vivaldi is a browser that has become popular among the most demanding users, and here we explain everything that is special about it.
Many people need to have a constant background noise, either to be able to concentrate or to fall asleep. In the…
Chrome 90 has arrived in the form of a stable version without really outstanding news, beyond full support for AV1.
cpufetch will allow you to see information about your CPU in the terminal, just as we see system information with neofetch or screenfetch.
Mousai is a small Linux application that identifies the songs you listen to. Use the AudD API to recognize what it sounds like.
LibreWolf is like Firefox, the browser on which it is based, but which already includes tools for greater privacy and security by default.
Upgrading a computer or laptop traditionally causes difficulties and errors for various reasons ...
Oracle recently released the release of the second functional update for Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel R6 ...
As it happens every month, the new update for Visual Studio Code has been presented and in this new version 1.55 presented ...
After three months of development, the launch of the new version of GTK 4.2.0 was presented in which about ...
Continuing with a predictable development cycle, after 4 months of development the release of the new version was unveiled ...
The launch of the first version of the Mesa 21.0.0 branch was announced, which has an experimental state and that after the ...
Microsoft Edge for Linux continues to add functionality. Still in development, it allows you to synchronize data between browsers
Bottles is a PlayOnLinux-type software that aims to simplify the task of installing and running Windows apps on Linux
Hydrogen is a drum machine that we can use in our Linux operating system and that we can program in just a few steps.
Linux App Summit is a great international event about Linux applications that you will already know. This year returns in May
Steam Link, which allows us to play Steam titles remotely, is now available to install on Linux operating systems.
Video Trimmer allows you to cut videos quickly and easily without recoding the original file, perfect for new users.
Transmission, the famous app to download torrent files, has arrived as an official application to the Ubuntu Touch OpenStore.
WINE 6.2, the latest development version of the software, has arrived with the main novelty of updating Mono to version 6.0.
Packages in Snap format. A short list of apps that I like the most from the Snap store and want to share with readers.
Vivaldi 3.6 has added a second row of tabs, updated its engine to the latest version, and added visual tweaks.
Krita 4.4.2 has been released as the second maintenance release in this series to continue adding features that enhance the software.
WINE 6.0 has been released with many changes, notably the initial support for the ARM64 architecture of Apple's macOS.
The Dissenter browser is one based on Brave that assures us that we will not suffer any type of censorship and we will be able to comment on any website.
Tux Paint 0.9.25 has come up with interesting news, but highlights the possibility of creating animated GIFs from this alternative to Paint.
SuperTux 0.6.2 has been released and among its highlights is a new map to celebrate the game's 20th anniversary.
Frozen Bubble 2 is an open source version of Puzzle Bobble that you can play on your Linux-based operating system.
If you have a large amount of data and you want to visualize it in a graphical way, you will like to know OpenDX for Linux
Pamac 10.0 has already arrived as an update to Manjaro, and the new version has an interface that is more like a software center.
The Kubuntu 21.04 Daily Build has introduced two of the apps that the final version will use: Plasma System Monitor and Plasma Disks.
Spectacle 20.12 has come with a very special surprise: a tool that will allow us to annotate our captures.
SongRec is an app for Linux with which we can identify what is playing, based on Shazam, open source and written in Rust.
WineHQ has released WINE 6.0-rc2 with fewer fixes than usual, but it makes sense considering how close to stable it is.
GNOME Souk is a store currently in development with which we can install Flatpak packages, but will it be worth it?
If you are looking for a Chromium Browser exact to the official one, but without the ties of Google, the answer is this new ungoogled-chromium.
Qt 6.0 has arrived with improvements in the main libraries, graphics and 3D management, among others, in this major release.
Vivaldi 3.5, as always, has come with outstanding news, but the most interesting have been disabled by default.
Pamac 10.0 has been released in beta form and introduces many improvements to the package manager that Manjaro develops.
This is how you can configure full dark mode in your LibreOffice office suite on your GNU / Linux distro
WINE 6.0-rc1 is now available for testing, and it comes with many changes and preparing for the next year of emulator development.
Pluto TV has arrived on the OpenStore in the form of a webapp, so Ubuntu Touch users can now enjoy it ... more or less.
More about LibreOffice. We review the strengths for which you should know the best open source office suite
What's behind the code. We tell the story of one of the most successful examples of the open source development model. LibreOffice.
This is my take on OpenShot and Kdenlive, two of the most popular non-linear video editors for Linux
About Kdenlive and OpenShot. We run through the salient features of two of the video editors
The project formats that open source non-linear video editors OpenShot and Kdenlive work with. A short explanation
Non-linear video editors. We explain the basics of how it works and list some options for Linux.
WINE 5.21 has arrived as the latest development version of the software, and it has done so with fewer changes than in previous weeks.
Three programs to write for ourselves. We recommend 3 ideal applications for a practice to improve productivity
The 1Password beta is now available for Linux. Here we show you how to install it on your distribution in different ways.
Open source solutions to prevent one of the most harmful yet easy to perpetrate attacks on services and websites.
We knew Microsoft Edge would be coming to Linux this October, and now we know that it will make it to Ubuntu and Debian-based distributions first.
Krita 4.4.0 has arrived since v4.3.0 introducing many improvements, such as the possibility of using Disney's SeExpr, among others.
WINE 5.19 has come with interesting changes, such as updating the Wine Engine to v5.1.1 or a DSS cryptographic provider.
There is a very interesting program that perhaps you did not know. This is Linux nnn, which allows you to manage files from CLI
I invite you to know Apostrophe, an interesting Markdown text editor without distractions that you should know
GIMP 2.10.22 is now available with improvements such as improved support for the HEIF format and other new features that we detail here.
Creating forums for clients. Although the popularity of forums is no longer what it used to be, they are still a very useful tool.
After a year of development, the stable version of the package manager "RPM 4.16" was finally released ...
Some tools for entrepreneurs who prefer open source solutions instead of proprietary web services.
The release of the new version of the open drivers "Mesa 20.2.0" was recently announced ...
Touchégg 2.0.0 is a tool that will help us to be more productive in Linux by adding gestures such as "Pinch to zoom".
Linux Mint has launched a beta of Web Apps Manager, which in Spanish will be called Web Applications and will be used to install them on the system.
Managing employees with MintHCM. It is a very complete open source tool ideal for human resource management.
The launch of the new version of the htop 3.0 diagnostic utility is presented, which was developed by a new team
TELEports is an unofficial but native Telegram client that Miguel Menéndez has developed for use in Ubuntu Touch.
DrMIPS is the next program in the series of little known software articles that I will be presenting, and that is interesting
If you want to get started in the exciting world of neural networks, you should know the Neuronify app for Linux
Gazebo is a very peculiar app, since it allows simulating various types of robberies in an open world outdoors
There are many totally unknown open source projects, some of them very important like Akraino
WineHQ has released WINE 5.15, a development version that comes with new features as an initial implementation of the XACT engine libraries.
If you have an AMD Ryzen microprocessor with a Wraith Prism RGB fan, you can control its colored LEDs from Linux like this
The KDE Applications August Cumulative Update (20.08/XNUMX) released by the KDE project has just been released ...
Collabora Office 6.4 may be a great stranger to some, but here we reveal what you should know and what's new in the new version
WINE 5.14 has arrived as the latest development release with two new beginnings, such as the Webdings source and the PE conversion of the MSVCRT libraries.
Creating podcast on Linux. We look at some open source tools that are useful for producing this type of content.
The probably the best alternative to Shutter, Ksnip has come to Flathub, so we can install their Flatpak package.
Developer transforms MacOS 8 into an app to be able to run it on Linux, Windows and macOS just like it did with Windows 95
There are quite interesting alternatives to the Apache web server, and they are open source like it. Here are some of the best
Mozilla has released Firefox 79, a new major update with very little news and a very unsafe one on Linux-based operating systems
How to play Naddando on Linux. It is a Spanish game for the Commodore 64 that was recently developed and is based on Commando
Microsoft has been contributing some of its administration tools for Linux for some time, such as PowerShell, among others. ProcMon is the next episode
Dot Browser is a browser that is currently under development and that, despite being based on Chromium, focuses on privacy.
WineHQ continues to deliver with Swiss precision with its releases. This Friday he launched a development version again, more specifically ...
SoftMaker Office 2021, a professional suite for Linux that can replace Microsoft Office, but is not open or free
If you follow this fantastic free office suite, you will know that LibreOffice 7.0 version will be released soon. So far everything ...
The new version of GNUnet 0.13 has already been released and is generally available to everyone. In this new version, one of the main ...
Shutter, the famous screenshot tool that Canonical removed from its official repositories, is now available as Snap.
PhotoGIMP is a patch that will make your GIMP look the same as Photoshop, to make things easier for you if you are used to adobe software.
Alex Larsson has released Flatpak 1.8, which will make many preferred next-gen packages even better.
Fragments is a very simple app that will allow us to download torrents at the highest speed and without distractions. We show you how it works.
WINE 5.11 has come with over 300 changes and updating the Mono engine to version 5.1.0, which includes support for the WpfGfx library.
Looking for a new WhatsApp Web option for Linux? Gtk Whats is one written in Rust and gtk-rs that also has a button for dark mode.
The release of a new update of "KDE Applications 20.04.2" was presented in which in this June update a series were consolidated ....
Vivaldi 3.1 has arrived with few but important new features, such as its new version of a full integrated note manager.
Ventoy is a relatively new tool that allows us to create bootable USB just by dragging the ISO to the pendrive drive.
The new version of the popular OpenGL and Vulkan implementation “Mesa 20.1.0” has already been released and this is the…
Ardor 6.0 has arrived as the latest version of this audio creation and editing software with many interesting new features.
Microsoft Edge Chromium for Linux has been seen in the last software conference of the company. When will it officially land?
Google has released Chrome 83, the latest version of its web browser that has come with security improvements and even changes in its design.
The release of the new version of the DXVK 1.7 layer has just been announced, which provides the implementation of DXGI, Direct3D 9, 10 and 11 ...
WINE 5.8 has arrived with outstanding new features, such as notifications for Plug & Play devices or a GIF encoder, among others.
A system is being developed to be able to run Microsoft Office on Ubuntu 20.04 without the need to install Wine and it works quite well.
Kesty WhatsApp is a new WhatsApp web client for Linux that, among other things, comes with the novelty of a dark theme.
Wine 5.7 comes with important improvements, such as the incorporation of a new USB driver so that we can use our pendrives, among others.
Creating study cards. Some open source options that may be useful for using this useful learning technique
Do you miss the Unity desktop? With this Linux distribution you can have the classic Canonical desktop again, yes. It is paid.
A few days ago the guys who are in charge of the development of Wine, announced the release of a new version of the development branch
WARP is a Cloudflare tool that makes connections more secure. It will soon come to Windows and macOS and later it will come to Linux.
A few days ago the new version of the DXVK 1.6 layer was released, which provides the DXGI implementation ...
Recently the news of the launch of the new version of the composite server "Wayfire 0.4", which uses ...
Menu Z is a new application launcher for Plasma that will make your Linux operating system a carbon copy of Microsoft's Windows 10.
OBS Studio 25.0 is out, the great program to record video of what happens on the screen and stream comes with new improvements in this version
Sosumi is a Snap package with which we can install a macOS virtual machine on Linux. We explain how to get it.
The developers behind the Simple DirectMedia Layer project or better known as "SDL" unveiled ago ...
Raspberry Pi has presented Raspberry Pi Imager, an official tool that facilitates the installation of images to use them in their simple boards.
The creators of games for Linux were increasing over time. We continue to review the best according to the Gaming On Linux portal