Category Archives: Uncategorized

FOSS Weekly #23.48: New rlxOS Distro, Wave Terminal, Paru 2.0, Data Recovery in Linux and More

A modern Linux terminal I discovered this week took me by surprise. I was not expecting it to be this different! It's like VS Code or a modern code editor. It is aimed primarily at developers but people who are not comfortable with traditional terminals would also be happy with it. Wave: A Modern New […]

FOSS Weekly #23.47: Password Managers, Joplin and Flatpak Tips, Black Friday and More

Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family (if you celebrate it) 🦃 While Thanksgiving is primarily a US tradition, Black Friday has become a global event with various deals and discounts being offered. Each year, I look on the internet for Black Friday offers that should interest Linux users and collect them on a single […]

8 Open Source Password Managers to Enhance Your Privacy Game

Password manager is an incredibly helpful utility, and there's no shortage of options when finding one. Your smartphone manufacturer offers one, the browser offers another, antivirus applications include one, and then there are other third-party offerings. You can choose to use any password manager of your choice as per your convenience. But, what if you […]

LibreOffice Alternatives for Linux

LibreOffice is a fantastic open-source document suite. It comes pre-installed on many Linux distributions and should suffice for most users. However, some may not like its user interface and feature set. Some users may want to try other options to see if they offer better Microsoft Office document compatibility. Whatever the reason, the good news […]

Mastering Joplin Notes: 8 Tips and Tweaks

There are a wide variety of note-taking applications available for Linux. Most of them are basic Markdown-based applications and may not offer end-to-end encryption. If you want a secure and feature-rich note-taking app, Joplin can help. You get abilities like: Writing in Markdown Creating to-do lists Encrypting notes Creating notebooks and organizing notes Saving web […]

FOSS Weekly #23.46: Linux YouTube Channels, GNOME Extensions, elementary OS 8 and More

I just noticed that last week we crossed the mark of 25,000 members on It's FOSS. No small feat and it also indicates that there are so many people interested in using Linux 🦾 💬 Let's see what you get in this edition of FOSS Weekly: A new Steam Deck variant. Important details regarding elementary […]

Skip to content