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  • FOSS Torrents Is Your Gate For Linux Distributions Torrents

    FOSS Torrents Is Your Gate For Linux Distributions Torrents

    Torrents are very common between users downloading a Linux distribution. Typically, a Linux distribution’s ISO size varies between 1GB and 4.9GB, with 2.5GB being the average. Hence, normal HTTP connection could take a long time to finish downloading it. Torrents on the other hand are much faster, because users are downloading from their peers, who […]

  • Open Source Tax Software For Filling US Taxes

    Open Source Tax Software For Filling US Taxes

    Open source software can be useful for all types of tasks, even filling tax forms if you are a US resident. Taxes in the United States are a little bit complicated compared to other countries, and there are federal taxes and state taxes, and one will need to fill many different forms – depending on […]

  • Onyx Boox Note 3 Is A Powerful Android Ebook Reader

    Onyx Boox Note 3 Is A Powerful Android Ebook Reader

    Ebook readers have been on a steady rise in recent years, with people moving away from traditional book reading into the digitalized experience for many reasons: Saving budget & space, getting more comfort while reading for long hours and also unlocking access to better features than the normal reading process (E.g note taking, sharing, highlighting, […]

  • 20 GNOME Extensions To Perfectly Balance GNOME 40

    20 GNOME Extensions To Perfectly Balance GNOME 40

    GNOME 40 was released a few months ago with many new features and a revamped desktop experience. Many Linux distributions like Arch and Fedora already have it in their official repositories, while others like Ubuntu are about to get it in the upcoming releases. In any case, you may feel somehow limited by the default […]

  • Top 5 Best Open Source Survey Software

    Top 5 Best Open Source Survey Software

    Open source survey software are survey creation tools that allow you to host your own instance of them wherever you want, mainly because they are licensed under an open source license. They can be a good alternative to proprietary solutions like Google Forms and others, because you don’t have to sign up for any company’s […]

  • elementaryOS 6 Odin Is Beautiful, Yet Could Be Better

    elementaryOS 6 Odin Is Beautiful, Yet Could Be Better

    elementaryOS 6 Odin Available software Creativity & Inventing Daily Use Purposes Stability & Bugs Customizability 3.8 The Most Beautiful Linux Distribution UI and UX are top-notch in elementary OS 6. The attention to minor design details and options makes the user very comfortable in the day-to-day usage. However, this version should probably not be recommended […]

  • 5 Popular Free And Open Source Project Management Tools

    5 Popular Free And Open Source Project Management Tools

    Managing a project of any type is not an easy task. It involves resources planning, task assignment, following schedules and assuring everyone sticks to the deadline. Remote work became much more interesting after the COVID-19 crisis, which made it hard for project managers to coordinate and manage team members all over the world. This is […]

  • Audacity Developers Apologize, Revise Controversial Privacy Policy

    Audacity Developers Apologize, Revise Controversial Privacy Policy

    20 days ago, FOSS Post was one of the first media outlets to publish about the new privacy policy for Audacity; a popular open source audio editor. In the old privacy policy, broad and unlimited legal contexts were introduced for data-collection, which unleashed a huge backlash from the community. Later on, angry users and developers […]

  • Firefox May Have Lost Up to 12% Of Its Users So Far In 2021

    Firefox May Have Lost Up to 12% Of Its Users So Far In 2021

    Firefox is the default web browser installed on most Linux distributions. It is a well-known browser by Mozilla that respects user privacy by design, and currently remains the only major web browser pushing for open web standards and community interest rather than giant corporations like Google, Microsoft or Apple. The existence of Firefox is important […]