KDE desktop is a popular desktop in the Linux world. They build and release different apps to complete your basic experience when using the desktop. I personally use KDE on the Manjaro operating system, and to be honest, it is the best in terms of usability and the apps they provide. Here today, I am going to share KDE apps which are also available for Microsoft Windows free of cost, and they are open source too.
Keeping balance in things is necessary and having choices is how the human psyche works. Now you may have came across a lot of applications and online services in your life that are built to make life easier for you. But not all are free.
When it comes to designing, most of us know about a thing or two about Photoshop or GIMP in some cases. GIMP is an open source and free tool available for all platforms. But here today we are going to explore two free online photo editors which may work for most of your use case.
Ever wondered if there are free or maybe open source alternatives to two of the most popular code management tools like GitHub and GitLab there? Yes there are and it does the job pretty well with less resources too. I am going show you some free alternatives to GitHub and GitLab in this article.
Thunderbird is an old horse on Linux and most will agree with that. Now if you like it or not UI wise, but it has almost everything one would need in an email client. Here in this article I am going to discuss another two alternatives to Thunderbird if you are on any Linux distribution.
Working on Android applications mean a lot of files and lots of imports in each package. These imports can be cleaned up easily if you have Android Studio installed. Read on how to optimize imports in your Android applications the easy way.