Keep your Diary on Linux with RedNoteBook

Keep your Diary on Linux with RedNoteBook

 Documenting processes and systems or just keeping a diary of the daily happenings are things that many computer users are doing very often. RedNotebook is a professional application that allows you to create a log or journal of all those tasks as well as document issues with your network. The app can be seen as […]


Backup files on Linux with FreeFileSync

Backup files on Linux with FreeFileSync

As a Linux user, you always want to keep your files and folders up to date, and this is especially true in those situations where you can create a backup. This is why you have to use a tool that automatically syncs the content of two folders in order to keep them up to date. […]


Linux Games: Natural Selection 2

Linux Games: Natural Selection 2

For a very long time I wanted an FPS that manages to blend seamlessly the FPS and RTS genre, and this is how I got into Natural Selection 2. This is a multiplayer oriented game where you can take the role of either humans or aliens as you try to survive and lead your race […]


Natron an open source compositing software for linux.

Natron an open source compositing software for linux.

Working on Linux but searching for some good software for your work ? Now you have a new and powerful tool available for linux: Natron. Natron is a free and open source video compositing software, similar in functionality to Adobe After Effects or Nuke by The Foundry. The project is a free (Mozillla Public License v2) […]


Switching to Linux, Checklist

Switching to Linux, Checklist

Guest post by Richard Larson Linux often seems like a breath of fresh air to Windows users. It’s free. It doesn’t have bloatware issues. You don’t have to pay for it. It has less malware and hacking issues because it’s less profitable and productive for the baddies to concentrate on an operating system with less users. […]