Meet the Lite XL Text Editor

You’ve looked high and low for something “more” than Those Dumb Text Editors you can download by the dozen. But you’re also not a professional developer, making options like VS Code and Atom look overkill. Isn’t there a middle ground? Why can’t you find an app that would be “smarter” and more customizable than your …

Budgie vs. Gnome Desktop

One of the primary reasons for using Linux is how it enables you to customize every aspect of the operating system. Unlike Windows and macOS, you can even choose from various desktop environments, each with its pros and cons. One tiny problem, though, is that to find those “pros and cons”, you must use more …

What’s new in Ubuntu 22.04 LTS (Jammy Jellyfish)

A new version of Ubuntu is out again, and for most users, this means it’s time to upgrade. Since this is an LTS release (short for Long-Term Support), even those who prioritize stability over the latest and greatest features can move to it safely. What does it bring to the table, though? What changes, tweaks, …

Notejot – Minimalist Note Taking App for Ubuntu/Linux

Are you seeking a note-taking solution, but you realized none would work for you after trying dozens? Do the apps you’ve tried feel too complex, or the opposite, are too rudimentary for your needs? Well, allow us to suggest another one: Notejot. We can safely guess it flew under your radar. Notejot isn’t as popular …

Lightweight Web Browsers for Ubuntu / Linux

When “we spend time online”, we are not merely visiting sites anymore. Not in their traditional “static” sense. We are using services, creating, communicating, consuming content. Sites have become rich multimedia experiences, riddled with unwanted ads, demanding scripts, fluff. Our browsers followed suit and have reached the point where they are even incorporating crypto-wallets. Does …