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  • Top 10 Open Source Speech Recognition Systems [2022]

    Top 10 Open Source Speech Recognition Systems [2022]

    A speech-to-text (STT) system is as its name implies: A way of transforming the spoken words via sound into textual files that can be used later for any purpose. Speech recognition technology is extremely useful. It can be used for a lot of applications such as the automation of transcription, writing books/texts using your own […]

  • Despite Efforts, Traditional Package Managers Still Dominate Linux Desktop

    Despite Efforts, Traditional Package Managers Still Dominate Linux Desktop

    Many app packages were introduced in the last few years to the Linux desktop, such as Snap and Flatpak. These app packages aimed to solved different issues; From dependency hell and up to providing isolation and easy deployment, but to what level did Linux users like these new solutions? Not much, it seems. How Many […]

  • BunsenLabs Is The Continuation of the Legendary CrunchBang Linux

    BunsenLabs Is The Continuation of the Legendary CrunchBang Linux

    BunsenLabs Lithium Available software Creativity & Inventing Daily Use Purposes Stability & Bugs Customizability 4.4 Summary BunsenLabs is a great continuation of the good old CrunchBang Linux. With a low resources consumption, a lot of helpful scripts and quick access to every aspect needed in the system… It becomes great for power users who are […]

  • Mirror Your Android Device Inside your PC with Scrcpy

    Mirror Your Android Device Inside your PC with Scrcpy

    Scrcpy is an open source program that allows you to mirror your android device as a standalone window inside your desktop operating system such as Windows, macOS and Linux. You’ll be able to view your android device interface from that window, and control all activities and run any type of applications/tasks you want from there, […]

  • Can LibreOffice 7.0 Be The Awaited Microsoft Office Alternative?

    Can LibreOffice 7.0 Be The Awaited Microsoft Office Alternative?

    LibreOffice is one of the most well-known open source office suites out there. It starts as a continuation of OpenOffice, which is no longer under active development after Oracle bought its parent company, Sun, in 2010. Version 7.0 of LibreOffice was released yesterday, with tons of improvements everywhere both in performance and in the overall […]

  • Things To Do After Installing openSUSE Leap 15.2

    Things To Do After Installing openSUSE Leap 15.2

    openSUSE releases “stable” images each 8 months called Leap. There’s also a rolling release branch coming from openSUSE called “Tumbleweed”. It has the latest and freshest packages coming from everywhere. However, those packages are less stable than the Leap branch, because they are very bleeding-edge. Currently, the latest stable version of the Leap branch is […]

  • openSUSE 15.2 Is The Mercedes-Benz of Linux Distributions

    openSUSE 15.2 Is The Mercedes-Benz of Linux Distributions

    openSUSE 15.2 Available software Creativity & Inventing Daily Use Purposes Stability & Bugs Customizability 4.5 Summary openSUSE 15.2 is an excellent Linux distribution for power users who want to enjoy the ability of fully controlling their systems using a complete tool like YaST2. Combining that with the other features of openSUSE (OBS, Kiwi, openQA, Btrfs […]

  • Linux Distros Used BootHole Vulnerability Patches.. To Destroy the Boot

    Linux Distros Used BootHole Vulnerability Patches.. To Destroy the Boot

    BootHole is a newly discovered security vulnerability that affects Linux systems using UEFI Secure Boot feature. The vulnerability allows full root access once exploited in the host system. Patches across many different Linux distributions were shipped before the weekend to fix the security issue. However, after applying the patches and rebooting their systems, many users […]

  • Secret Way To Hide Any File or Folder From File Manager View on Linux

    Secret Way To Hide Any File or Folder From File Manager View on Linux

    Sometimes you may need to hide a file or folder from your home directory, but without modifying its name (E.g renaming example to .example) and also without removing it or moving it somewhere else. You just want to leave it in the same location, but without seeing it in your file manager view again. This […]