LinuxAppFinder lets you find Linux alternatives for any Windows or OS X software. You can also request a software through the forums if you don’t find what you need.

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Faster Firefox

Today, I will talk about the most widely used application, the terminal. These three applications let you have Quake and Unreal Tournament style terminals.

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RecordMyDisk

Ever wanted to create a video tutorial in Linux? You have tried every software on the internet and it does give results but far from good? Check this out, RecordMyDesktop.

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Unstoppable Copier

Recover data from damaged media (hard disk with bad sectors or scratched optical disks) using Roadkil’s Unstoppable Copier.

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crontab_generator

Cron jobs are basically scheduled tasks for Linux based OS, that are supposed to run at certain intervals, users can manually add cron jobs to their system by using the command “crontab –e” and editing the file to add new cron job.

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Recovery Stolen Laptops with Prey

Prey is a free open source software which can help you recover stolen laptops. Prey automatically e-mails a wide range of information including the picture of the thief from a stolen laptop.

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f11release

Fedora the popular Linux distro has finally released Fedora 11 an update over Fedora 10 which was just released around 7 months ago, this new release includes several changes to Fedora Desktop

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gjay

Surprise yourself with a list of songs from your favorite genre and those that match in frequency. GJay is a smart playlist creator, which will search your collection of songs, gathers information about each song using the frequency ‘fingerprint’ methodology and beats per minute and create a smart playlist of songs that match in frequency and beats.

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Linux commands are not that easy, however there are websites which come up with brilliant tutorials that make learning Linux that more easier, just like our Linux Tips have been useful in the past, the Geek Stuff has been coming up with useful tips and tricks that would help make you a better Linux user. […]

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Viewing your IP configuration in Windows is quite easy and you can do it with a simple command like ipconfig, you can also view all connected applications and services using ipconfig /all. Linux on the other hand also has a similar command that shows you the IP configuration of the machine. To view the IP […]

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openoffice-org

Many good softwares are either too costly or simply unaffordable, but that does not mean every good software out there requires you to shell out absurd amounts of money. There are 100s and 1000s of softwares that are completely free and perform as good as if not better than their paid counterparts. This is the […]

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Tabbed Putty

I asked a couple of months earlier if PuTTY can get any Snazzier? I am going to have to take that back and admit that it just did. And more. PuTTY is one of the most loved tool for anyone connecting to a Linux or Unix server from Windows. It helps to easily save connection […]

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If you’ve tried Linux before, chances are you found this frustrating. The NumLock key on your keyboard is by default OFF when Linux boots. There’s a way to enable NumLock key stay in the ON state when Linux starts up. Here’s how to do it if you’re in Ubuntu: Using the shell, install NumLockX by […]

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Did you just switch to Linux and realise that pressing Win Key + D shortcut doesn’t take you to the desktop? Yes, by default this keyboard shortcut for ‘Show Desktop’ doesn’t work in Linux.

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Digg!

If you dual boot with Windows and Linux, and have data spread across different partitions on Linux and Windows, you should be really in for some issues. It happens so sometimes you need to access your files on Linux partitions from Windows, and you realize it isn’t possible easily. Not really, with these tools in […]

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