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OnlyOffice is an open source office suite licensed under the AGPL 3.0 license, and works on Windows and Linux systems. It features editor programs for documents, spreadsheets and presentations. Version 8.0 of the software was released just a few weeks ago, and it is said that many improvements were brought program. It has been a…
QEMU is a virtualization technology emulator that allows you to run operating systems and Linux distributions easily on your current system. It is like VMware or VirtualBox, but it is also free and open source, and uses open technologies to make virtualization possible. You can use it to emulate running any operating system you want…
The Linux ecosystem is more grown and mature today than ever before. We have tons of Linux apps which are useful for users in all different categories and for all use cases. However, the ways to download and install these Linux apps are not the same. Each software application may have its own method of…
The most notable change you’ll notice in Ubuntu 22.04+ is that the Firefox browser is no longer installed on the system as a traditional DEB package. Instead, it is now being installed as a Snap package. From developers point of view, this eases the update process and ensures that all Ubuntu users are using the…
Digital twin platforms are specialized software that allow the digitalization of a specific area or object in the real world. In other words, they create a simulation for the physical object. This digitalization process later on allows performing various study, analysis and manipulation tasks on the properties of the data which was not possible of…
We are here today to reflect on what Linux distributions released in 2023 were the finest as a Linux desktop driver for the average Joe. Previously, we have nominated the following Linux distributions to fill this position: Today, we are happy to announce that the 2023 winner of that title, according to our humble view,…
Pretty much any image you see on the Internet can be subject to copyrights. Copyrights mean that you are not allowed to use, redistribute, share or modify the image in any commercial or non-commercial activity unless stated as such by the copyright owner. This can be an issue for example if you are looking for…