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10 BEST Linux Applications (2022)

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Featuring the excellence of open source. These are the 10 best cross platform pieces of software that is freely available today. Visit 🤍 for 10% OFF my favorite t-shirts! *Obsidian is NOT open source. My apologies. *Obsidian: 🤍 OBS Studio: 🤍 RStudio: 🤍 MPV: 🤍 OpenRGB: 🤍 Goverlay: 🤍 Blender: 🤍 QGIS: 🤍 FreeCAD: 🤍 Inkscape: 🤍 Marktext: 🤍 EasySSH: 🤍 YOUTUBE MEMBER: 🤍 BECOME PATREON: 🤍 JOIN DISCORD: 🤍 FOLLOW ME: 🤍 INSTAGRAM: 🤍 My Workstation (PAID LINKS) ASUS ROG M16: 🤍 DeepCool MATREXX 40: 🤍 AMD 3700x: 🤍 ASRock B550M: 🤍 G.Skill Trident Z Neo: 🤍 Radeon RX 580: 🤍 Sceptre 32" QHD Monitor: 🤍 . 00:00 - Introduction 00:35 - Obsidian 01:47 - INTOTHEAM 02:38 - OBS Studio 03:31 - RStudio 04:27 - MPV 05:00 - OpenRGB 05:50 - Goverlay 06:37 - Blender 07:00 - QGIS 08:07 - FreeCAD 08:57 - Inkscape 09:51 - BONUS

The 12 Linux Apps Everyone Should Know About

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This is a top 12 list of Linux apps that I think everyone should know about, and probably should be using. Most of the programs I list are cross-platform, so you could use them on Windows/Mac as well. All of the programs I list will be free and open source software. REFERENCED: ► 🤍 ► 🤍 ► 🤍 ► 🤍 ► 🤍 ► 🤍 ► 🤍 ► 🤍 ► 🤍 ► 🤍 ► 🤍 ► 🤍 ► 🤍 ► 🤍 ► 🤍 WANT TO SUPPORT THE CHANNEL? 💰 Patreon: 🤍 💳 Paypal: 🤍 🛍️ Amazon: 🤍 👕 Teespring: 🤍 SOCIAL PLATFORMS: 🗨️ Mastodon: 🤍logy/🤍distrotube 💬 IRC: irc://freenode #distrotube 👫 Reddit: 🤍 📽️ LBRY: 🤍 DT ON THE WEB: 🕸️ Website: 🤍 🐿️ Gopherhole: gopher://distro.tube 📁 GitLab: 🤍 🔊 Audio Podcasts: 🤍 FREE AND OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE THAT I USE: 🌐 Brave Browser - 🤍 📽️ Open Broadcaster Software: 🤍 🎬 Kdenlive: 🤍 🎨 GIMP: 🤍 🎵 Audacity: 🤍 💻 VirtualBox: 🤍 🗒️ Doom Emacs: 🤍 Your support is very much appreciated. Thanks, guys!

15 AWESOME Linux apps for GNOME

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Try OnlyOffice, the best open source office suite for Linux: 🤍 Get your Linux desktop or laptop here: 🤍 👏 SUPPORT THE CHANNEL: Get access to an exclusive weekly podcast, vote on the next topics I cover, and get your name in the credits: YOUTUBE: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍 Or, you can donate whatever you want: 🤍 You can also protect your privacy by using this extension from Startpage, each install helps the channel with a small commission: 🤍 🏆 FOLLOW ME ELSEWHERE: Linux news in Youtube Shorts format: 🤍 Join us on our Discord server: 🤍 Twitter : 🤍 My Gaming on Linux Channel: 🤍 📷 GEAR I USE: Sony Alpha A6600 Mirrorless Camera: 🤍 Sigma 56mm Fixed Prime Lens: 🤍 Logitech MX Master 3 Mouse: 🤍 Bluetooth Space Grey Mac Keyboard: 🤍 Logitech Brio 4K Webcam: 🤍 LG Curved Ultrawide Monitor: 🤍 Logitech White Speakers: 🤍 Xbox Controller: 🤍 *Amazon Links are affiliate codes and generate small commissions to support the channel* 00:00 Intro 00:23 Sponsor: The best Open Source Office Suite 01:17 Getting Things GNOME - Todos 02:59 Shortwave - WebRadio 04:06 Fragments - Torrents 05:14 Cozy - Audiobooks 06:12 Deja Dup - Backups 07:13 Boxes - Virtual Machines 08:04 Drawing - Paint for Linux 09:01 Pitivi - iMovie for Linux 09:55 Mousai - Shazam for Linux 10:31 Text Pieces - Text Manipulation 11:06 Font Downloader 11:35 Curtail - Image Compression 11:54 Identity - File comparison 12:16 Blanket - Sound Ambiance 12:43 Metadata Cleaner 13:31 Sponsor: Get a Linux laptop or Desktop 14:06 Support the Channel Let's begin with Getting Things GNOME, a productivity app to enter all your todo lists and make sure you actually do something. It lets you create tasks, of course, with start dates, and due dates, as well as tags, that you can create on the fly by preceding any word with the 🤍 symbol. Shortwave is a handy app that lets you browse webradios, and listen to any music genre you want, for free. It shows you the top voted stations first, as well as trending radio stations, but of course you can search for anything you might want, whether it's a genre or a station name. If you like books, but reading makes you sleepy, maybe you have some audiobooks lying around? In that case, Cozy is going to be amazing for you. Just point it to the directory where you store them, and it will auto detect them, or you can simply drag and drop files. Cozy will auto detect the metadata for each book, and add some nice cover art. You can filter books by recently listened to, by author, or by the person reading the book, or search through your library. Fragments is a torrent client. It lets you download these nifty little files using that wonderful peer to peer network. For Backups, we have Deja Dup. It's made to backup your home user directory, not your whole system, but it's still pretty important to have backups of all your personal files. GNOME Boxes lets you run virtual machines. Not only does it let you create a VM from the ISOs you already have in your downloads folder, but it also lets you download some ISOs directly from the app, or select one yourself. Sometimes you just need a very basic app for drawing a few thins on top of a screenshot, or create a pixel art masterpiece. Drawing does just that. It's basically Microsoft Pain, but for Linux. If you want to start your own videos, but don't want to use something super complex, Pitivi should be right up your alley. Mousai is basically Shazam for your Linux desktop. If you have to interact with text a lot, Text pieces might come in handy. If you're a graphic designer, or you just like fancy fonts, Font Downloader will be a cool program to add to your applications grid. You might want to compress images, and for that, Curtail is perfect. If you want to check how much that compression process has affected your picture, you can use Identity. If you prefer working with a bit of noise, but music distracts you too much, Blanket might have a solution. it lets you select a few "white noises" like rain, storms, wind, waves, or birds, and tune each one of them to get the ambiance you want to work or relax. Let's finish this with metadata cleaner, a super handy tool to let you remove any metadata from any file type you have.

10 BEST Linux Applications: Must Have Software (2021)

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This is the Top 10 MUST HAVE Linux apps going into the year 2021. All of these applications are free and open source, some do have optional paid features. This list is my opinion of the top Linux applications. Make sure you check out the 2020 video for 10 more great applications. 🤍 Info/links: Downloads: 🤍 Librewolf - Privacy web browser. Joplin - Text and markdown editor. Bitwarden - Open source password manager. KDE Connect - Link your phone to your PC. MailSpring - 🤍 bpytop - 🤍 Lutris - Play your games on Linux. Fluent Reader - 🤍 VM Virtualbox - 🤍 Ardour - 🤍 (unfa) SUPPORT #TECHHUT 🤍 SUBSCRIBE ON LBRY! 🤍 JOIN OUR DISCORD! 🤍 My Workstation (PAID LINKS) RYZEN 7 3700X: 🤍 ASUS PRIME X570-P: 🤍 Phanteks Eclipse P400A: 🤍 GIGABYTE GeForce GTX 1650: 🤍 G.SKILL Trident Z Neo: 🤍 WD Blue SN550 1TB: 🤍 Seasonic FOCUS GX-650: 🤍

Top 5 Linux Apps for June 2022

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It's time for the Top 5 Linux Apps of the Month for June 2022. 👇 PULL IT DOWN FOR THE GOOD STUFF 👇 Patreon - 🤍 Liberapay - 🤍 Youtube - 🤍 = Follow us 🐧🐧 Discord - 🤍 Odysee - 🤍 🤍 🤍 Mastodon- 🤍 🤍 Subscribe at 🤍 Contact us email🤍thelinuxcast.org Telegram Group - 🤍 Amazon Wishlist - 🤍 Merch Store - 🤍 Logo Courtesy of - pedropaulo.net Referenced Toipe - 🤍 Gpick - 🤍 MetadataCleaner - 🤍 Github Destkop for Linux - 🤍 Amberol - 🤍 = Thanks to Our Patrons! Tier 7 - Tux Level - Patrons Robert M. Tier 6 Patrons Syd A. Tier 5 Patrons Devon, Patrick, Fred, Kramer K., Tri-Devil Tier 4 Patrons Antoine, Unkle Bonehead, KB, Griffs Lounge Tier 3 Patrons Maeglin, Jackson Knife and Tool, Steve A, CyberGuyLinux, Garrick, Samuel, TGB, Keith, Andy P., Gary A., Ross Tier 2 Patrons Mitchel, Joris AKA JDawg, carbondated, Shaun, Jeremy, Odin, Martin, Eduardo S., archsinner, Elliott F., Mislav Tier 1 Patrons Marek, Camp514, Joshua Lee, Peter, Crucible, Darkbadits6, Primus, PM, rlocone, Phillip Time Stamps 0:00 Intro 0:26 Toipe 1:57 Metadata Cleaner 3:38 Gpick 6:11 Github Desktop for Linux 8:29 Amberol 10:41 Conclusions #top5 #apps #thelinuxcast

Linux Apps I Use Daily

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In this video, I go over all the Linux distributions and apps that I use every single day. I could not imagine my life without any of this software. Support My Work - ►► Get notified of videos or live streams ➜ 🤍 ►► Chris Titus Tech Digital Downloads ➜ 🤍 ►► Product and Service Recommendations ➜ 🤍 ►► My YouTube Gear and Computers ➜ 🤍 Other Places to Find Me - ►► Titus Tech Talk ➜ 🤍 ►► Titus Tech Gaming ➜ 🤍 ►► Chris Titus Crypto ➜ 🤍 ►► Twitch ➜ 🤍 ►► Twitter ➜ 🤍 DISCLAIMER: This video and description contain affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission. This helps supports the channel and allows us to continue to make videos like this. Thank you for your support!

Kali Linux APPS on Windows in 5min (WSLg)

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Using WSL 2 is fun, but having people spy on your internet traffic isn't , use a VPN to keep yourself safe: 🤍 (3 years subscription + 4 extra free months for only $1.98/Month) In this video Chuck shows you how to get Windows and Linux married on your own computer using WSL 2!. But that's not all! Chuck will also show you how to install WSLg on Windows 11 so that you can run GUI versions of your favorite Linux apps right on your Windows 11 desktop! Walkthrough and guide: 🤍 🔥🔥Join the NetworkChuck membership: 🤍 Sponsored by Private Internet Access SUPPORT NETWORKCHUCK - ➡️NetworkChuck membership: 🤍 ☕☕ COFFEE and MERCH: 🤍 Check out my new channel: 🤍 🆘🆘NEED HELP?? Join the Discord Server: 🤍 STUDY WITH ME on Twitch: 🤍 READY TO LEARN?? - -Learn Python: 🤍 -Get your CCNA: 🤍 FOLLOW ME EVERYWHERE - Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Join the Discord server: 🤍 0:00 ⏩ Intro 0:53 ⏩ What do you need?? 2:01 ⏩ How to Enable virtualization 2:48 ⏩ Installing Wsl 2 3:43 ⏩ Setting up Ubuntu 4:10 ⏩ Getting WSLg set up 4:52 ⏩ Launching your first Linux GUI app 5:15 ⏩ Ad read 7:43 ⏩ Installing other Linux distros 8:41 ⏩ How to really install Kali 9:10 ⏩ Setting up Kali 9:35 ⏩ How to install Win-Kex 11:00 ⏩ Using Win-Kex on Windows 10 11:39 ⏩ Outro AFFILIATES & REFERRALS - (GEAR I USE...STUFF I RECOMMEND) My network gear: 🤍 Amazon Affiliate Store: 🤍 Buy a Raspberry Pi: 🤍 #PrivateInternetAccess #Wsl2 #Linux

5 AWESOME LINUX APPS - GNOME Circle

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Set up your own Linux server with LINODE : 🤍 $100 - 60 day credit on new Linode accounts for TechHut viewers. GNOME Circle contains applications extending the GNOME ecosystem. It champions the great additional software that is available for the GNOME platform - 🤍 Downloads: 🤍 Tangram: 🤍 00:00 - GNOME Circle 01:02 - Fragments 02:37 - Blanket 03:35 - Font Downloader 04:55 - Tangram 07:22 - Metadata Cleaner YOUTUBE MEMBER: 🤍 BECOME PATREON: 🤍 JOIN DISCORD: 🤍 FOLLOW ME: 🤍 INSTAGRAM: 🤍 My Workstation (PAID LINKS) ASUS ROG M16: 🤍 DeepCool MATREXX 40: 🤍 AMD 3700x: 🤍 ASRock B550M: 🤍 G.Skill Trident Z Neo: 🤍 Radeon RX 580: 🤍 Sceptre 32" QHD Monitor: 🤍

Top 10 Linux Apps: Essential Software Everyone Needs

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10 Best Linux Applications that You MUST HAVE whether you run Ubuntu, Mint, Pop!_OS or any other Linux Distro. This is of software will add functionality and a better overall user experience. Top 10 Linux Apps: 1. Ulauncher – Application Launcher 2. Stacer – Optimizer And Monitor 3. Timeshift – System Snapshot 4. Kdenlive – Best Non-linear editing 5. Simplenote – Clean Note Taking 6. VLC – Play anything! 7. Gnome Tweak – Change Anything 8. Etcher – USB Image Writer 9. GIMP – Professional Image Editing 10. Notepadqq – Source Code Editor All SUDO commands and installation links here: 🤍

10 Best of the Best Linux Apps (2021)

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The first 1000 people to use the link will get a free trial of Skillshare Premium Membership: 🤍 I would like to show my favorite 10 Linux programs. These are the most impressive Linux app for me. They are free and yet as powerful as their commercial alternates. What is your to 10 Linux apps? How I made my intro animation in Kdenlive 🤍 How to make lower-third animation in Kdenlive 🤍 PDFsam 🤍 Arch Linux installation guide 🤍 How install Windows 10 in VirtualBox 🤍 My Linux PC: 🤍 My other hardware: 🤍 ############################################### Website: 🤍 LBRY.tv: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 ################################################ Time codes: 00:00 Intro 00:06 Darktable 01:01 Skillshare (sponsor) 01:46 GIMP 03:17 KColorChooser 04:02 Kdenlive 05:55 PDFsam 06:25 Thunderbird 07:43 VirtualBox 09:18 KeePassX 11:11 Yakuake 12:12 Dolphin Tags: #Linux #Darktable #Kdenlive This video was sponsored by Skillshare

BEST LINUX APPS You Should Know About

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Linux has more software options than you’ll ever need and these five applications are essential for work, creativity and entertainment. Original Article: 🤍 Make sure to check out our website where we post daily tips and tricks that you won’t find on the YouTube Channel. Have you signed up for the OTT newsletter? Sign up in the right-hand side bar on: 🤍 Follow Online Tech Tips on Social Media: Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 - New to the Channel? - Hi! My name is Sydney Butler and I’m part of the writing team at Online Tech Tips, an online tech magazine that provides daily useful computer tips in an easy to understand format. We’ll have new videos posted to the channel twice a week in which I’ll cover a wide range of tech topics, including reviews, how-to guides, tips and tricks, and lots more. For business and advertising inquiries, please contact Aseem Kishore at akisore🤍online-tech-tips.com. [Video produced for AKIC by 🤍Midnyt_Cartoon] Notice: [Paid Links] As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases and these help support our YouTube channel. Online Tech Tips is a member of the Amazon Associate Program, and we can earn fees from links to Amazon.com.

How to get Linux App Store on Chromebook

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Today I'm going to make installing Linux apps, on your Chromebook, much easier by showing you how to get a Linux app store on your Chromebook. This will allow for one click, easy installation. ☀ Commands: sudo apt update - look for software / system updates sudo apt dist-upgrade - upgrade your system files Install Gnome Software - sudo apt-get install gnome-software gnome-packagekit Install KDE Discover - sudo apt install plasma-discover ☀ Chromebook featured in the video: Dell Inspiron Chromebook 14: 🤍 Chromebooks on Ebay: 🤍 ☀ Gear used for my videos: AverMedia Live Gamer Portable 2 Plus: 🤍 Deity V-Mic Pro 3: 🤍 Panasonic Lumix G7 Camera: 🤍 Panasonic Lumix G85 Camera: 🤍 Panasonic 25mm f1.7 lens: 🤍 Limo Studio Lights: 🤍 ☀ Social Media: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 #chromebook #chromeos #linux

5 Essential Linux Apps Everyone Should Use

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Today I talk about a few Linux apps (kinda) that I think everyone should use. 👇 PULL IT DOWN FOR THE GOOD STUFF 👇 Patreon - 🤍 Liberapay - 🤍 Youtube - 🤍 = Follow us 🐧🐧 Odysee - 🤍 Mastadon - 🤍drmdub🤍distrotoot.com 🤍 🤍 Discord - 🤍 🤍 Subscribe at 🤍 Contact us email🤍thelinuxcast.org Telegram Group - 🤍 Amazon Wishlist - 🤍 Merch Store - 🤍 Logo Courtesy of - pedropaulo.net Referenced 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Albert Launcher - 🤍 Neomutt video - 🤍 = Thanks to Our Patrons! Tier 7 - Tux Level - Patrons Robert M. Tier 5 Patrons Syd A. Tier 4 Patrons Devon, Patrick, Fred, Kramer K. Tier 3 Patrons Maeglin, Jackson Knife and Tool, Steve A, CyberGuyLinux, Garrick, Samuel, KB, TGB Tier 2 Patrons Mitchel, Joris AKA JDawg, carnondated, Shaun, Jeremy, Odin, Martin, Andy P., Ross Tier 1 Patrons Marek, Camp514, Joshua Lee, Peter, Crucible, Darkbadits6, Primus, PM [Time Stamps] 0:00 Intro 1:21 Bitwarden/Password Manager 3:27 Thunderbird/Email Client 5:20 Rofi/Launcher 7:50 Pulsemixer/Pavucontrol 10:40 Vim/Text Editors #top5 #apps #thelinuxcast

5 Linux Terminal Applications You Need To Have

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5 Linux Terminal Applications You Need To Have Become smarter in 5 minutes by signing up for free today: 🤍 - Thanks to Morning Brew for sponsoring today’s video Ben Awad’s Vim tutorial: 🤍 Awesome vim lecture: 🤍 Get access to my programming courses: 🤍 Follow me on instagram: 🤍 LiveCoder channel: 🤍 "Clean Code Friday" If you want to receive one short email from me every week, where I go through a few of the most useful things I have explored and discovered this week. Things like; favourite apps, articles, podcasts, books, coding tips and tricks. Then feel free to join 🤍 CONTACT: contact🤍kalletech.com Follow me on: TWITCH: 🤍 INSTAGRAM: 🤍 TWITTER: 🤍 GITHUB: 🤍 DISCORD: 🤍 PATREON: 🤍 VIDEO EDITOR: 🤍 (use coupon code KALLE to get 50% off your first month) GEAR: 🤍

15 Best Linux Applications that You MUST HAVE!

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We will be exploring the top 15 Linux apps of 2019. These apps greatly enhance the functionality of your PC by bringing innovative features to You. Free cloud storage, Android messaging and Whatsapp, Photoshop for Linux, TV, Wireless file sharing and many more features will be discussed in this video. Help me make more Linux videos by supporting me on Patreon: 🤍 Connect with me on Instagram: 🤍 Rambox : 🤍 Stacer : 🤍 Timeshift : 🤍 Synaptic: sudo apt install synaptic Mega : 🤍 Simplenote : 🤍

Another Way to Install Linux Apps on Chromebook

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Installing Flatpaks is another way to install linux apps on a Chromebook and it's SUPER easy to do. Probably one of the easiest ways to get Linux apps installed and running in Chrome OS. ☀ Timestamps 00:00 - Intro 1:03 - Setting up Linux 2:30 - Installing Flatpak 3:59 - Install Flatpak apps from Flathub 5:45 - Launching a Flatpak 6:39 - Fix 'exit status 256' error 9:07 - Wrap up ☀ Commands: sudo apt update - look for software / system updates sudo apt upgrade - upgrade your system files sudo apt install flatpak - install the core flatpak system flatpak user remote-add if-not-exists flathub 🤍 - add Flatpak repository CTRL+ALT+T - access the ChromeOS terminal vsh termina - access the terminal to modify the linux container lxc config set penguin security.nesting true - modify the Linux container to run Flatpaks ☀ Chromebook featured in the video: Dell Inspiron Chromebook 14: 🤍 Chromebooks on Ebay: 🤍 ☀ Gear used for my videos: AverMedia Live Gamer Portable 2 Plus: 🤍 Deity V-Mic Pro 3: 🤍 Panasonic Lumix G7 Camera: 🤍 Panasonic Lumix G85 Camera: 🤍 Panasonic 25mm f1.7 lens: 🤍 Limo Studio Lights: 🤍 ☀ Social Media: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 Subreddit for channel: 🤍

Linux Apps in Windows! - WSL Setup Guide

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Set up your own Linux server with LINODE : 🤍 $100 - 60 day credit on new Linode accounts for TechHut viewers. Setting up the Windows Subsystem for Linux is a easy process that only takes a single command. Once the installation is complete you will have access to the Linux kernel from your Windows system. 🤍 YOUTUBE MEMBER: 🤍 BECOME PATREON: 🤍 JOIN DISCORD: 🤍 FOLLOW ME: 🤍 INSTAGRAM: 🤍 My Workstation (PAID LINKS) ASUS ROG M16: 🤍 DeepCool MATREXX 40: 🤍 AMD 3700x: 🤍 ASRock B550M: 🤍 G.Skill Trident Z Neo: 🤍 Radeon RX 580: 🤍 Sceptre 32" QHD Monitor: 🤍

7 AWESOME Linux Terminal Applications and Utilities

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In this video we will overview some of the most useful apps that run within the Linux terminal. We will go over additions such as simple command additions to full file management systems in the terminal. 🤍 Become a Supporter! 🤍 Subscribe on ODYSEE! 🤍 Join our Discord! 🤍

Linux Apps I Use At Work

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Linux Apps I Use At Work This video will go over all the applications I use on my Work PC. I go over my email, file browser, and many other features. As a life long Windows user, I was able to optimize my workflow once I moved to Linux and pick up a lot of productivity. The idea for this video came from the Linux Experiment and after watching his video I realized that my workflow was completely different and learned some valuable things from that video. I encourage you to check out that video here: 🤍 Support My Work - ►► Get notified of videos or live streams ➜ 🤍 ►► Chris Titus Tech Digital Downloads ➜ 🤍 ►► Product and Service Recommendations ➜ 🤍 ►► My YouTube Gear and Computers ➜ 🤍 Other Places to Find Me - ►► Titus Tech Talk ➜ 🤍 ►► Titus Tech Gaming ➜ 🤍 ►► Chris Titus Crypto ➜ 🤍 ►► Twitch ➜ 🤍 ►► Twitter ➜ 🤍 DISCLAIMER: This video and description contain affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission. This helps supports the channel and allows us to continue to make videos like this. Thank you for your support!

Installing Linux Apps on Chrome OS Flex

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In this video I go over installing a few Linux apps on Chrome OS Flex. If you watch to the end, we get VLC, Inkscape, Libreoffice, and Steam working. Yes, Steam! How exciting!

How to Install Linux Apps in Chrome OS

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Find out how to install Linux apps in Chrome OS in today's Tutorial Tuesday. UPDATE I found you can install .DEB files directly from the Files app, you just need to copy it to the 'Linux Files' folder first! Specs on the machine in the video (link to machine is below): Dell Inspiron Chromebook 14 i3-8130U Intel UHD 620 Graphics 4 GB RAM 128 GB EMMC Storage 14" 1080p touch display Stylus storage built into the case ☀ Links Chromebooks on Amazon: 🤍 Dell Inspiron Chromebook 14: 🤍 How to use Flatpak: 🤍 Install .DEB files: 🤍 ☀ Gear used for my videos: Panasonic Lumix G7 Camera: 🤍 Panasonic 25mm f1.7 lens: 🤍 Limo Studio Lights: 🤍 Audio-Technica ATR3350iS Mic: 🤍 Zoom H1n Handy Recorder: 🤍 ☀ Social Media: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 #Chromebook #ChromeOS #Linux #Tutorial #TutorialTuesday

Linux Apps I Use Daily on Pop_OS!

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10 AWESOME Linux Terminal Applications and Utilities

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This is a follow up to my video going over some of the most useful Linux apps that run within the Linux terminal. This list will feature multimedia manipulation tools, better commands, memes, and more! Original List of 7: 🤍 Most of these tools can be installed with apt, pacman, yay, snap, and dnf. 00:00 - Top Linux Terminal Tools 00:27 - 1. bat 01:30 - 2. ffmpeg 03:06 - 3. magick convert 04:48 - 4. cpufetch 05:36 - 5. gdu 07:53 - 6. lsd 08:47 - 7. bpytop 09:56 - 8. ascii-image-converter 11:47 - 9. speedtest-cli 12:36 - 10. lolcat 14:05 - Honorable Mentions Video Resources lsd: 🤍 bpytop: 🤍 lolcat: 🤍 jp2a: 🤍 YOUTUBE MEMBER: 🤍 BECOME PATREON: 🤍 JOIN DISCORD: 🤍 FOLLOW ME: 🤍 INSTAGRAM: 🤍 My Workstation (PAID LINKS) RYZEN 7 3700X: 🤍 PRIME X570-P: 🤍 G.SKILL Trident Z Neo: 🤍 WD Blue SN550 1TB: 🤍 Seasonic FOCUS GX-650: 🤍

Mythbusting: Linux apps SUCK and they SLOW Linux growth

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Get 100$ credit for your own Linux and gaming server: 🤍 Get your Linux desktop or laptop here: 🤍 👏 SUPPORT THE CHANNEL: Get access to an exclusive weekly podcast, vote on the next topics I cover, and get your name in the credits: YOUTUBE: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍 Or, you can donate whatever you want: 🤍 You can also protect your privacy by using this extension from Startpage, each install helps the channel with a small commission: 🤍 🏆 FOLLOW ME ELSEWHERE: Linux news in Youtube Shorts format: 🤍 Join us on our Discord server: 🤍 Twitter : 🤍 My Gaming on Linux Channel: 🤍 📷 GEAR I USE: Sony Alpha A6600 Mirrorless Camera: 🤍 Sigma 56mm Fixed Prime Lens: 🤍 Logitech MX Master 3 Mouse: 🤍 Bluetooth Space Grey Mac Keyboard: 🤍 Logitech Brio 4K Webcam: 🤍 LG Curved Ultrawide Monitor: 🤍 Logitech White Speakers: 🤍 Xbox Controller: 🤍 *Amazon Links are affiliate codes and generate small commissions to support the channel* 00:00 Intro 00:33 Sponsor: Get 100$ off your Linux or gaming server 01:25 Bad UI or Bad UX? 05:59 Webapps are king 07:48 Apps don't matter 10:09 Things aren't perfect 12:05 Parting Thoughts 13:53 Sponsor: Get your Linux laptop or desktop 14:33 Support the channel User Interface is the visual part of the application. User Experience is the user-friendlyness of the application. What people mean when they say that Linux apps have bad UX, generally when talking about alternatives to popular programs, like LibreOffice, Gimp, or Inkscape, what they mean is generally "I couldn't use it after a few minutes". Of course you're not going to be proficient with a completely different application after a few minutes. Take a look at LibreOffice. The first launch offers tips to help you use it. They offer you a choice of user interface, to let you get something close to what you know. That's good user experience: you cater to the user. Inkscape has a nice guided wizard everytime you open it, to help you create a new project. That's also good user experience. In terms of User interface, it's more subjective, but I don't think anyone would say that LibreOffice chose a terrible way to place their buttons and controls: either it's a menubar and toolbars, or a ribbon. In both cases, the most used features are front and center, use standard icons that people are used to. Same goes for GIMP, or Inkscape. These applications don't have bad UI, or bad UX. They're just not familiar to people. THE most used app on any OS is the web browser, by the vast majority of people. And Linux HAS all the web browsers you might want, whether it's Chrome, Blue Chrome, Orange Chrome, Red Chrome, Microsoft Chrome, or Firefox. Even if all the Linux apps were terrible, you still have the exact same web browsers that people are used to, and that's the only app that matters in most cases. Native apps are less and less relevant, and as such, the quality of Linux apps really doesn't have any impact on the popularity of Linux. I'd also argue that the applications themselves don't matter, not just because most people work in a browser, but also because we have way bigger blockers to Linux adoption than the quality of our applications. Linux has a notoriety problem, not a quality problem. The vast majority of people don't know that Linux exists, or only know about it on servers, or as a weird name linked to Android. They don't know, and don't care that it exists, because that's not what shipped on their computer, and they often don't even know they could REPLACE what shipped on their computer. The biggest blocker for Linux adoption is hardware availability. Of course, things aren't perfect. I'm not going to stand there and tell you that we have apps for every niche, or that every single one of our apps is great. Or even that our good apps are perfect for everyone. That's not the case.

My Favorite Linux Apps of 2021

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Today I talk about 5 of my favorite apps, the ones I used the most, this year. Today I talk about my quest to find the perfect file manager, which is what Krusader could be. 👇 PULL IT DOWN FOR THE GOOD STUFF 👇 Patreon - 🤍 Liberapay - 🤍 Youtube - 🤍 = Follow us 🐧🐧 Odysee - 🤍 Mastadon - 🤍drmdub🤍distrotoot.com 🤍 🤍 Discord - 🤍 🤍 Subscribe at 🤍 Contact us email🤍thelinuxcast.org Telegram Group - 🤍 Referenced 🤍 = Thanks to Our Patrons! Devon C. Tier 4 Patron Chris - Tier 4 Patron EastCoastWeb - Tier 4 Patron Gentoo is Fun Too- Tier 4 Patron Patrick L - Tier 4 Patron Primus - Tier 4 Patron Syd A. - Tier 4 Patron Marcus B. - Tier 3 Patron Maeglin - Tier 3 Patron Jackson Knife and Tool - Tier 3 Patron Steve A. Tier 3 Patron Mitchel V - Tier 2 Patron ArchSinner - Tier 2 on YT Amitayas B. - Tier 2 on YT Marek M. - Tier 1 Patron Camp514 - Tier 1 Patron Joshua Lee - Tier 1 Patron Joris AKA JDawg - Tier 1 Patron The BSD's Rock - Tier 1 Patron Peter - Tier 1 Patron Crucible - Tier 1 Patron Time Stamps 0:00 Intro 0:48 Neomutt 1:53 Rofi Beats 3:04 SXHKD 4:40 vimwiki 6:31 Krusader 10:27 Browsers and Conclusions #top5 #linuxapps #thelinuxcast

Install Linux Apps on Chromebook

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Here's how to install Linux apps on Chromebook easily using Flatpak. Commands: sudo apt install flatpak sudo flatpak remote-add if-not-exists flathub 🤍 I am using the Acer Spin 713 Chromebook in this video*: 🤍 *affiliate link, I might earn a commission if you purchase Follow Bennett Bytes ~ Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Newsletter: 🤍 Hosted by Dave Bennett ~ Twitter: 🤍 YouTube: 🤍 Website: 🤍

Using Linux At Work - Applications I Use

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Download Dashlane for free on your first device by clicking here 🤍 and automatically get a 30 day free trial of premium! No credit card required at signup! In this one, I'll take a look at the applications I use regularly to done using Linux: from web browser to office suite, note taking, prototyping... Support the channel on Patreon: 🤍 Follow me on Twitter : 🤍 What I use to make my videos: Microphone: 🤍 GPU: 🤍 Motherboard: 🤍 CPU: 🤍 This video is sponsored by Dashlane. I use the default elementary OS Mail and Calendar apps. While they have their limitations, they are still pretty handy in a pinch, and since I don’t send all that much email, and most of our meetings are informal, my needs are well covered. We also tend to use Slack a lot. We also use Asana to manage the roadmap and the state of various projects and tasks, and this runs perfectly in a browser, so it’s another pinned tab.Finally, to handle communication with the dev team, we use Gitlab, with multiple boards. This is also handled through Firefox without any issues whatsoever. LibreOffice. It’s a great office suite, it’s fast, it’s flexible, handles MS document formats pretty well, and looks good on elementary OS, once I switched it to a tabbed interface. I mostly work on the word processor and the spreadsheets, since I rarely have to give presentations. For mockups, I tend to use GIMP, or more recently, GLIMPSE, just because its icon is nicer, if I’m honest. I’m used to it, and since I mainly work from screenshots that I then transform and tweak, it does a pretty good job. All my files are synced through pCloud, just in case. It’s a fantastic cloud syncing solution, pretty inexpensive, and reliable, and it lets you sync folder to folder on as many devices as you want, which means you don’t have to store your files in a single folder for them to be synced. The main one here is Notes Up. It’s a markdown note taking application, that’s designed for elementary OS, but I’m pretty sure you can find it somewhere else. It has nothing really special, but since it looks so nice on elementary, I stuck with it. Its note database is synced through pCloud to my main desktop at home, so I always have everything where I need it. Obviously, I also use Firefox all the time, and Chromium a little bit less. I prefer Firefox, since I really like what the company is doing for the web in general, and I don’t want to give Google more power than it already has, so staying clear of their browsing engine is a priority for me. Still, since our webapp is used by real people, who, you know, use Chrome, I also test our webapp on Chromium. ULauncher is another one I came to use to quickly find files. It’s a quick launch tool: just hit control + space, and start typing. It can use accelerators to filter specific stuff, for example, when I type gt budget, it’s going to use Gnome Tracker to find files names Budget, and offer me a bunch of options to deal with that file. A very simple tool I also use it COlor Picker, a basic color picking utility available in the App Center in elementary OS. It keeps a history of the colors you’ve selected, and allows you to quickly copy and paste them, in various formats, like RGB, hexadecimal, etc… I also use Optimizer, a nice looking system monitor for elementary OS. It allows me to monitor processes, cpu, ram, and disk usage, and check if running our web app is getting too intensive on a specific browser. Less used apps include Drawing, a paint-like program for quick annotations on screenshots, Screen recorder for quick video screen grabs to illustrate a specific bug or issue, and PDF tricks for when I need to merge or split pdf documents.

AppImage: Universal Linux Apps, Overview and Thoughts

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The Linux ecosystem contains many different package types, and the concept of Universal Packages aims to simplify Linux apps to something that can run everywhere. Among the types of Universal Apps that are available, AppImages are special in that they don't even need a runtime. In today's video, checkout a complete overview and some thoughts that can help you decide if this technology is for you. 🙌 Support me on Patreon and get early access to new content! ➡️ 🤍 ☁️ Get $100 in credit toward deploying your very own Linux servers on Linode! ➡️ 🤍 🛒 Affiliate store for Linux compatible hardware/accessories (commission earned): ➡️ 🤍 💻 Check out the Tiny Pilot KVM for your Homelab (commission earned): ➡️ 🤍 💻 Check out Shells.com and spin up your very own Linux or Windows desktop in the cloud (commission earned): ➡️ 🤍 AppImage Hub: 🤍 🐦 Follow me on Twitter! ➡️ 🤍 💬 Official LearnLinux.tv Community: ➡️ 🤍 📖 Check out jay's latest book, Mastering Ubuntu Server 3rd Edition. Available now! ➡️ 🤍 👨 More about me: ➡️ 🤍 ➡️ 🤍 💽 How to create a bootable flash drive for installing Linux: ➡️ 🤍 🐧 Which distro do I use? ➡️ 🤍 🔐 How to better secure OpenSSH: ➡️ 🤍 ☁️ How to create a cloud Linux server with Linode: ➡️ 🤍

Best Linux Apps for People Switching From Windows

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Switching from Windows to Linux? Here are some of the best Linux apps for you to try. 1. AutomaThemely - 🤍 2. Gnirehtet - 🤍 3. Espanso - 🤍 4. Duplicati - 🤍 5. KDeConnect - 🤍 6. Station - 🤍 7. Clipboard-Indicator - 🤍 8. Session - 🤍 9. Mailspring - 🤍 10. Brave browser - 🤍 11. Caffiene - 🤍 You can reach me here Website - 🤍 YouTube - 🤍 Facebook -🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 Video Kit - 🤍

Install Your Favorite Desktop Linux Apps With A Simple Bash Script

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Support the show on Patreon: 🤍 L4E Main Site: 🤍 IN THIS VIDEO: Like to check out various Linux distributions but hate reinstalling all your favorite software? Click the easy button with a simple bash script! And yes, I'm an idiot! The correct "she-bang" format is: #!/bin/bash but the script should still work. Live and learn folks :D IMPORTANT NOTE: Some distributions may not give you the option to automatically run your script in the Terminal. If not, open up your Terminal app (search “Terminal” in the activities screen or menu). Browse to the location you saved it by entering "cd" (which means change directory) and the folder name (Documents, Desktop, etc). To display a list of files in your current location, type “ls.” Then to execute your script, type “./myscriptname” Here's a GIF showing that: 🤍 L4E ON SOCIAL MEDIA: Mastodon: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 GROUP CHAT: Telegram: 🤍 Discord: 🤍 DESTINATION LINUX NETWORK: Destination Linux Network: 🤍k/ Community Forum: 🤍k/ THANKS: Jerry Morrison (Linux For Everyone theme), 0lzi (for guidance), Chris Titus Tech (for inspiration), Uncle MEZ (that sweet thumbnail!) and everyone who supports this thing I'm doing!

CHROMEOS FLEX | Activate Linux Apps | Run ANY Linux Program!

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ChromeOS Flex does not com with a Play Store. But there is hope (and actually a better solution): You can run Linux Apps! How it is done, and how to install Brave browser, is explained in this video. And the best is: This works with any recent ChromeOS-device and any somewhat modern Chromebook as well! Chapters: 00:00 - Intro 00:49 - Prerequisites 03:10 - Activating Linux Mode 06:31 - Installing Brave 09:59 - What do YOU think? Is Linux Mode something for you? Let me know in the comments below, and while you are there, don't forget to like, to subscribe, and to hit the subscribe button! Steps for installing Brave Browser: 🤍

BEST apps for NOTE TAKING on LINUX in 2022

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Try OnlyOffice, the best open source office suite for Linux: 🤍 Get 300€ off the Slimbook TITAN with offer code titan-laptop-nickfan: 🤍 👏 SUPPORT THE CHANNEL: Get access to an exclusive weekly podcast, vote on the next topics I cover, and get your name in the credits: YOUTUBE: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍 Or, you can donate whatever you want: 🤍 🏆 FOLLOW ME ELSEWHERE: I also do a Gaming Podcast: 🤍 Join us on our new Discord server: 🤍 Twitter : 🤍 My Gaming on Linux Channel: 🤍 📷 GEAR I USE: Sony Alpha A6600 Mirrorless Camera: 🤍 Sigma 56mm Fixed Prime Lens: 🤍 Logitech MX Master 3 Mouse: 🤍 Bluetooth Space Grey Mac Keyboard: 🤍 Logitech Brio 4K Webcam: 🤍 LG Curved Ultrawide Monitor: 🤍 Logitech White Speakers: 🤍 Xbox Controller: 🤍 *Amazon Links are affiliate codes and generate small commissions to support the channel* 00:00 Intro 00:33 Sponsor: The best open source office suite 01:28 Joplin 03:06 SimpleNote 04:16 Evernote 05:37 QOwnNotes 06:51 Xournal 08:18 NoteJot 08:57 GNote 09:56 Which did I pick? Joplin is open source, and cross platform: you can use it on Linux, Windows, mac OS, iOS, and Android. The app handles images, videos, PDFs and audio files inside of your notes. You can also create diagrams and math formulas. Joplin supports notebooks, and tags to better organize all your notes, and you can sync everything between devices using Dropbox, OneDrive, or Joplin Cloud, although this last one is paid for. Writing your notes is done in the markdown editor, but you have buttons to handle formatting and adding media to your notes. The preview panel on the right is updated in real time. If you want another open source, cross platform note taking app with sync capabilities, but without too many features, SimpleNote is for you. They provide basically all packaging formats you'd need, and it's also on Flathub. It's another electron app, but syncing online is free, with support for Windows, macOS, Android, iOS, and Linux. The app itself just handles a list of notes, and for each note, it offers basic markdown syntax, with the ability to link notes to each other, decide if you want to sync them or not, version history, and tags. Evernote now has a native Linux client, in beta. It's free if you don't upload more than 60MB of data per month, and it becomes paid beyond that. It's also not open source. It's still an interesting organization tool, especially for the paid-for plans, as you can connect it to your Google Calendar, if you use that, and basically have notes for each project, with associated meetings, tasks, files, and, well, notes. If you need a native app, with a lot of power, QOwnNotes is open source, of course, it's designed to integrate with Nextcloud or OwnCloud. It handles full markdown syntax, including code blocks, quotes, images, or links. Its note structure is basically the folder structure of your Nextcloud Notes, it doesn't do notebooks, although you can add tags. Xournal has Linux, Windows, MacOS, and Android versions, and they all can open your Xournal notes. The app is open source, and it's still one of the best out there if you take your notes by hand with a stylus. It can handle pressure sensitivity, and drawing tablets, it lets you choose paper backgrounds to imitate the support you're trying to emulate, it can annotate on top of PDFs, export to a ton of formats, including PDF and PNG, and has a whole lot of tools available. If you want a more modern looking handwritten note tool, you can also check out RNote. If you want a basic, native, open source app that looks good on GNOME or elementary OS, then you have Notejot. You can create notebooks to categorize your notes, it supports search, and lets you define colors for each note. The experience is super simple: you get very basic formatting, with bold, italic, underlined or strikethrough, and unordered lists, and that's it. If what you're looking for in your notes app is more along the lines of a wiki, where notes can be connected to each other and serve as a knowledge base, GNote might be better suited for you. It lets you create notebooks to categorize things, and each note supports formatting, like bold, underlined, font sizes, bullet points, and more. If you write the name of another note, a link will automatically be created to that note, and if you later change the name of a note, all links are automatically updated.

Top Linux Apps of the Month - January 2022

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Here are 5 AWESOME Linux apps for January 2022. 👇 PULL IT DOWN FOR THE GOOD STUFF 👇 Patreon - 🤍 Liberapay - 🤍 Youtube - 🤍 = Follow us 🐧🐧 Odysee - 🤍 Mastadon - 🤍drmdub🤍distrotoot.com 🤍 🤍 Discord - 🤍 🤍 Subscribe at 🤍 Contact us email🤍thelinuxcast.org Telegram Group - 🤍 Amazon Wishlist - 🤍 Merch Store - 🤍 Referenced AppImage Pool 🤍 Persepolis Download Manager 🤍 Font Preview 🤍 Flatseal 🤍 qprompt 🤍 = Thanks to Our Patrons! Syd A. - Tier 5 Patron Devon C. Tier 4 Patron EastCoastWeb - Tier 4 Patron Patrick L - Tier 4 Patron Primus - Tier 4 Patron Marcus B. - Tier 3 Patron Maeglin - Tier 3 Patron Jackson Knife and Tool - Tier 3 Patron Steve A. Tier 3 Patron CyberGuyLinux - Tier 3 on YT Garrick - Tier 3 on YT Mitchel V - Tier 2 Patron ArchSinner - Tier 2 on YT carbondated - Tier 2 on YT Shaun - Tier 2 Patron Jeremy - Tier 2 Patron on YT Odin - Tier 2 Patron Marek M. - Tier 1 Patron Camp514 - Tier 1 Patron Joshua Lee - Tier 1 Patron Joris AKA JDawg - Tier 1 Patron Peter - Tier 1 Patron Crucible - Tier 1 Patron Darkbandits6 - Tier 1 Patron Time Stamps 0:00 Intro 0:50 AppImage Pool 3:49 Persepolis Download Manager 6:31 Font Preview 8:29 Flatseal 10:51 qprompt 14:53 Conclusions #topapps #linux #thelinuxcast

Why Universal Linux Apps are GREAT!

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Universal Linux Apps/Packages (Flatpaks, Snaps, AppImages) seem to get a lot of hate in the Linux community, but why?! In this video, I talk about why this type of technology is not only necessary, but a good thing. ☁️ Launch your very own cloud Linux server with Linode: ➡️ 🤍 # LearnLinuxTV Sites 🐧 Main site: ➡️ 🤍 🐧 LearnLinuxTV Community: ➡️ 🤍 # Support LearnLinuxTV (commission earned) 📖 Check out Jay's latest book, Mastering Ubuntu Server 4th Edition. Covers Ubuntu 22.04! ➡️ 🤍 🙌 Support me on Patreon and get early access to new content! ➡️ 🤍 🛒 Affiliate store for Linux compatible hardware/accessories: ➡️ 🤍 💻 Check out the Tiny Pilot KVM for your Homelab: ➡️ 🤍 💻 Check out Shells.com to spin up your very own Linux or Windows desktop in the cloud: ➡️ 🤍 # Individual Sections: 00:00 - Intro 01:55 - What are Universal apps? 03:55 - What's wrong with the old way? 11:17 - Don't they use more hard drive space? 13:55 - Theming Issues 14:53 - What are the types of Universal Apps available? 15:09 - AppImages 18:28 - About snap packages being "forced" on people 20:34 - Snap packages, do they take longer to launch? 21:46 - Are snap packages proprietary? 22:58 - Flatpaks 24:45 - Closing thoughts # About Me 🐦 Follow me on Twitter! ➡️ 🤍 👨 More about me: ➡️ 🤍 ➡️ 🤍 # Recommended evergreen videos: 💽 How to create a bootable flash drive for installing Linux ➡️ 🤍 🐧 Understanding Linux permissions ➡️ 🤍 🐧 OpenSSH Guide ➡️ 🤍 📖 LVM Deep-dive: ➡️ 🤍 🔐 How to better secure OpenSSH: ➡️ 🤍 ☁️ How to create a cloud Linux server with Linode: ➡️ 🤍 # FAQ 🐧 Which distro do I use? ➡️ 🤍 💽 My recording gear (commissions earned): ➡️ 🤍 #Flatpak #Linux #AppImage

Top 5 Linux Apps of the Month - March 2022

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It's over halfway through March, so here's the next installment of Top 5 Linux Apps. 👇 PULL IT DOWN FOR THE GOOD STUFF 👇 Patreon - 🤍 Liberapay - 🤍 Youtube - 🤍 = Follow us 🐧🐧 Odysee - 🤍 Mastadon - 🤍drmdub🤍distrotoot.com 🤍 🤍 Discord - 🤍 🤍 Subscribe at 🤍 Contact us email🤍thelinuxcast.org Telegram Group - 🤍 Amazon Wishlist - 🤍 Merch Store - 🤍 Logo Courtesy of - pedropaulo.net Referenced Exa - 🤍 Coolero - 🤍 Snap Manager - 🤍 Twine - 🤍 Anki - 🤍 = Thanks to Our Patrons! Tier 7 - Tux Level - Patrons Robert M. Tier 5 Patrons Syd A. Tier 4 Patrons Devon, Patrick, Fred, Kramer K. Tier 3 Patrons Maeglin, Jackson Knife and Tool, Steve A, CyberGuyLinux, Garrick, Samuel Tier 2 Patrons Mitchel, Archsinner, carnondated, Shaun, Jeremy, Odin, Martin, Andy P., Ross Tier 1 Patrons Marek, Camp514, Joshua Lee, Joris AKA JDawg, Peter, Crucible, Darkbadits6, Primus [Time Stamps] 0:00 Intro 0:35 Exa 2:18 Coolero 4:39 Snap Manager 6:49 Twine 9:17 Anki 11:33 Conclusion #top5 #linux #thelinuxcast

Switch to these open source apps if you're stuck on Windows or Mac OS!

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Download Safing's Portmaster, or subscribe to the SPN, and take control of your network traffic: 🤍 Get your Linux desktop or laptop here: 🤍 Video credits: GIMP: Davies Media Design: 🤍 Krita: SaraTepes: 🤍 Inkscape: TJ Free: 🤍 Blender: Polyfjord: 🤍 Darktable: Davies Media Design: 🤍 👏 SUPPORT THE CHANNEL: Get access to an exclusive weekly podcast, vote on the next topics I cover, and get your name in the credits: YOUTUBE: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍 Or, you can donate whatever you want: 🤍 You can also protect your privacy by using this extension from Startpage, each install helps the channel with a small commission: 🤍 🏆 FOLLOW ME ELSEWHERE: Linux news in Youtube Shorts format: 🤍 Join us on our Discord server: 🤍 Twitter : 🤍 My Gaming on Linux Channel: 🤍 📷 GEAR I USE: Sony Alpha A6600 Mirrorless Camera: 🤍 Sigma 56mm Fixed Prime Lens: 🤍 Logitech MX Master 3 Mouse: 🤍 Bluetooth Space Grey Mac Keyboard: 🤍 Logitech Brio 4K Webcam: 🤍 LG Curved Ultrawide Monitor: 🤍 Logitech White Speakers: 🤍 Xbox Controller: 🤍 *Amazon Links are affiliate codes and generate small commissions to support the channel* 00:00 Intro 00:33 Sponsor: Stay private on the internet with Safing 01:28 Why use Open Source Software? 02:57 Graphics, 3D work, photo editing 03:04 GIMP: Alternative to Photoshop 04:06 Krita: Alternative to Photoshop 05:09 Inkscape: Alternative to Illustrator 06:01 Blender: 3D Modeling 06:46 Darktable: Alternative to Lightroom 07:37 Media Tools 07:40 VLC: Video player 08:21 Audacity: Audio Editing 09:07 Productivity Apps 09:09 LibreOffice: Office Suite 10:05 OnlyOffice: Office Suite 10:48 Video production 10:51 Kdenlive: Video Editor 11:48 Handbrake: Video Converter 12:38 More Apps! 13:42 Sponsor: Get your Linux laptop or desktop 14:19 Support the channel GIMP It's an amazing piece of software, that I personally use for all my design needs, for mockups at my freelance job, for youtube thumbnails, or for quick photo edits. 🤍 Krita If you're more into digital painting, Krita is what you're looking for. It's super flexible, again, with panels you can move around to suit your workflow, it has tons of brushes, and you can further extend that by downloading new ones. Inkscape For vector graphics, the go-to open source app is Inkscape. Whether you want to mockup an application or a website, or design an icon, or just draw something, Inkscape can do it all! Blender For 3D modelling, your probably already know about Blender. One might argue it's THE best tool for the job, used by animators, VFX artists and modelers all around the world. Darktable Darktable lets you edit your photos non destructively, and your original images are preserved. VLC For video playback, you can't find something as versatile as VLC. It's not the prettiest, but it will play virtually anything, even badly damaged files, that it can even repair. Audacity Another example of an app that doesn't look good at all, but that lets you do a TON of stuff. It's a powerful audio recording and editing station. It can digitize anything, import and export virtually any format, and even combine audio files. LibreOffice LibreOffice: if you've ever used OpenOffice, forget all about it, because LibreOffice is where it's at. It's faster, it looks better, it's more stable, and it's extremely customizable to let you work with either a toolbar and menubar, or with a more modern ribbon. OnlyOffice Another solution is OnlyOffice. Its compatibility is better than LibreOffice, and I've been using it for a year or so, now, trading files back and forth with people using MS Office, without any issues whatsoever. Kdenlive For video editing, Kdenlive will probably be your go-to. It's a wonderful non linear video editor, with very powerful features to organize your media, edit your project, and render it in a format of your choosing. Handbrake For converting video into other formats, handbrake is what you need. It can rip DVDs into a single file, convert any format to any other, using any codec you might want for audio, and for video, and any container format you prefer.

Windows 11 runs Graphical Linux Apps out of the box with WSLg

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Windows 11 runs Graphical Linux Apps out of the box with WSLg! Type "wsl install" from the Windows Terminal command prompt and go go go! We'll see VS Code, WSLg, The Gimp, and much more.

Hak5 - Run Linux apps in Windows with AndLinux

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Hak5 Cyber Security Education, Inspiration, News & Community since 2005: Hulu and the BBC iPlayer everywhere with a little VPN action to bypass Geo IP filters. We'll be setting up Network Manager in BackTrack5. Plus, Linux inside of Windows, graphing trace-routes in terminal and a whole lot more this time on Hak5! Founded in 2005, Hak5's mission is to advance the InfoSec industry. We do this through our award winning educational podcasts, leading pentest gear, and inclusive community – where all hackers belong.

Can Linux apps be run in Android - Android

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Can Linux apps be run in Android - Android [ Glasses to protect eyes while codiing : 🤍 ] Can Linux apps be run in Android - Android Disclaimer: This video is for educational purpose. The video demonstrates the study of programming errors and guides on how to solve the problem. Note: The information provided in this video is as it is with no modifications. Thanks to many people who made this project happen. Disclaimer: All information is provided as it is with no warranty of any kind. Content is licensed under CC BY SA 2.5 and CC BY SA 3.0. Question / answer owners are mentioned in the video. Trademarks are property of respective owners and stackexchange. Information credits to stackoverflow, stackexchange network and user contributions. If there any issues, contact us on - solved dot hows dot tech #CanLinuxappsberuninAndroidAndroid #Can #Linux #apps #be #run #in #Android #- #Android Guide : [ Can Linux apps be run in Android - Android ]

Top 5 Linux Apps of the Month - February 2022

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Another month is here (and almost gone, damn), so here's 5 more awesome Linux apps for February 2022. 👇 PULL IT DOWN FOR THE GOOD STUFF 👇 Patreon - 🤍 Liberapay - 🤍 Youtube - 🤍 = Follow us 🐧🐧 Odysee - 🤍 Mastadon - 🤍drmdub🤍distrotoot.com 🤍 🤍 Discord - 🤍 🤍 Subscribe at 🤍 Contact us email🤍thelinuxcast.org Telegram Group - 🤍 Amazon Wishlist - 🤍 Merch Store - 🤍 Logo Courtesy of - pedropaulo.net Referenced Vieb - 🤍 Mark Text - 🤍 Logseq - 🤍 Manuskript - 🤍 Glow - 🤍 = Thanks to Our Patrons! Tier 5 Patrons Syd A. Tier 4 Patrons Devon, Patrick Tier 3 Patrons Marcus, Maeglin, Jackson Knife and Tool, Steve A, CyberGuyLinux, Garrick Tier 2 Patrons Mitchel, Archsinner, carnondated, Shaun, Jeremy, Odin, Martin Tier 1 Patrons Marek, Camp514, Joshua Lee, Joris AKA JDawg, Peter, Crucible, Darkbadits6, Vlad A, Primus Time Stamps 0:00 Intro 0:16 Vieb 2:14 Mark Text 5:23 Manuskript 7:35 Logseq 10:29 Glow 12:21 Conclusion #topapps #linux #thelinuxcast

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