• How to download videos from YouTube to your computer for free

    There are many situations in vivaciousness same to you may dependence to download videos from YouTube. Some users acquire your hands upon this for extra meting out, bitter handsome moments, or recording reactions to viewing. Others just hurt to accumulation taking place more or less a enjoyable amount of charming content nevertheless to be a long vacation, during which there will be no Internet admission. still others deficiency to get upon your own the audio track that accompanies the music video. Regardless of the fiddle with comment on that makes you search for a preserve or software to download videos from YouTube, in most cases, the believer wants to get…

  • Wanna – A Modern Eye Candy To-Do List App

    Today, we introduce to you a new project that is described in its GitHub page as an implementation of a 21st-century to-do list app. And who will beg to differ when the app is so spectacular it comes along with its own workflow and well-stated philosophy. Wanna is a modern cross-platform and open-source Electron-based To-Do list application with a focus on time management. It features a User Interface that adheres to Google’s Material Design guidelines to offer both a colorful and intuitive application window. Wanna’s Workflow: An idea occurs to you. It can be any type of idea; listening to a great music, doing your school homework, plan for running, reading…

  • Medleytext – An Intuitive and Stylish Note-Taking App for Programmers

    We have written on a couple of note-taking apps for developers before and one such app is Boostnote . Today, we have another note-taking app that is just as good and it goes by the name Medleytext. Medleytext  is a free and open-source cross-platform note-taking application with functions aimed at developers. It features support for a handful of languages including Markdown, HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. Medleytext Note Taking App in Action It features a beautiful and modern User Interface with a two panels before the text editor. The leftmost panel houses button icons for adding notes as well as sharing and importing them. The next panel lists all the notebooks…

  • CodeBlocks – A Free & Cross-Platform C, C++ and Fortran IDE

    CodeBlocks is a free and open-source IDE for C, C++ and FORTRAN development. It features a consistent User Interface across all desktop platforms with a class browser, a tabbed interface, and its functions can be extended using plugins. It also features keyboard shortcuts, smart indentation, code folding, and a to-do list management panel that different users can use, among others. It is written in C++ and it does not require any interpreted languages or proprietary libraries. CodeBlocks IDE in Action The IDE gives developers a lot of control over the code they write and how it is executed. For example, users can choose which compiler to use. Features in CodeBlocks Freeware: Code…

  • devRantron – An Unofficial Desktop Client for devRant Programmers

    devRantron is a free, open-source, and cross-platform (unofficial) desktop client for the famous Dev Rant Android and iOS social media application for programmers, developers, and designers. Before now, devRant was only accessible on the mobile phones, but now users can post complaints and follow up on rants by developers from all around the globe even while working on their desktops and it’s thanks to a group of friends who concluded that devRant was taking too long to deliver a desktop client. Devrant Desktop Client As at the time of writing devRantron has been launched a total of 11324 times: 1200 so far this month and 1 time today. 30% use Linux, 59.4%…

  • Cutegram – An Unofficial Telegram Desktop Client

    Do you remember Telegram ? The cross-platform instant messaging that features self-destructing messages, VoIP, and Gifs? It has desktop apps for the 3 most popular platforms but in the open-source community, no one is happy with just one option – thus we have Cutegram. Cutegram is an open-source cross-platform (but unofficial) desktop client for Telegram. It was put together using Qt5, libappindication, QML, libqtelegram, Faenza icons, Twitter and emojis graphic sets AsemanQtTools technologies and it supports all file types just like Telegram. Cutegram Telegram Client The app was developed by Aseman, a non-profit company that created to support and lead the FOSS (Free Open Source Software) projects and research with the goal to provide “free and secure products…

  • Mailspring – A New Open Source Cross-Platform Email Client

    Mailspring is a fork of the now-discontinued Nylas Mail client. It does, however, offer much better performance, and is built with a native C++ sync engine instead of JavaScript. According to the development team, the company is sunsetting further development of Mailspring. Mailspring offers virtually all the best features housed in Nylas Mail, and thanks to its native C++ sync engine it uses fewer dependencies which results in less lag and a reduction in RAM usage by 50% compared to Nylas Mail. Mailspring Desktop Email Client Features in Mailspring If you used Nylas Mail then you already know the main features Mailspring offers. They include: Freemium service – Free for…

  • Brisk Menu – An Efficient Menu for the MATE Desktop

    Brisk Menu  is an open-source menu designed for the Mate desktop environment which usually ships with Solus OS as its default menu applet. That notwithstanding, Brisk has functionalities on its own e.g. a built-in search feature that simulates the Windows start menu while still providing optimum performance. It features an adaptive UI which is themeable and put pressure on your battery and memory that is friendly and this comes to me as no surprise especially after learning that Brisk-menu is a collaborative project between Solus and Ubuntu MATE . Brisk Menu Features in Brisk Menu Freeware: Brisk Menu is free for everyone using the Mate Desktop to download and use. A…

  • KaOS – A Modern, Beautiful & Lightweight KDE Distribution

    There are a thousand and one distros to choose from if you’re seeking to switch to a new Linux distro but not all OSes are created equal. Not all distros can provide you with a consistent workflow but KaOS can; And if you haven’t used this Operating System before then read on so that I can tell you why. KaOS is a modern, open-source, beautifully designed, QT and KDE-focused Linux distro. It is a rolling release that ships with KDE Plasma as its default Desktop Environment, uses Pacman as its package manager, and has a 3-group structure repository on GitHub. KaOS Desktop KaOS was first released in 2013 as an independent distro,…

  • Fans of “Unity Desktop” Are Working on a New Remix

    In the last year, one of the biggest announcements in the Linux world was Canonical’s discontinuation of the Unity desktop environment. Now, it looks it is coming back. The Situation Thus Far Originally created to improve Ubuntu’s usability on smaller netbook screens, Unity became the default desktop environment on Ubuntu after Canonical had a falling out with the GNOME team. However, after seven years of development, Canonical Founder and CEO Mark Shuttleworth decided to switch from Unity back to GNOME 3. Since that announcement, Unity 7 has been put in maintenance mode. Canonical planned to support Unity until 2021 because that’s when support was scheduled to end for the 16.04…