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Monday, 13 February 2017

Useful Linux programs (part 2)

Greetings everyone , In this post I'm gonna continue writing about useful Linux programs  and I tried most of them and they are completely working 

these programs which in this post are all  completely free 
and here are them 


(press on the program title to go to its website)


openshot is a lightweight video editor is many high features like 

  • Advanced Timeline (including Drag & drop, scrolling, panning, zooming, and snapping)
  • Support for many video, audio, and image formats (based on FFmpeg)
  • Powerful curve-based Key Frame animations
  • Desktop integration (drag and drop support)
  • Unlimited tracks / layers



Xtreme download manager is the best alternative to IDM 
and it compatible with many popular browser like Firefox, chrome,chromium ,opera and safari
and to make sure all its features work you should add its extension to your default browser it has extensions to all browsers the extension is called XDM helper and if you got a problem  installing it with opera you can download  this opera extension called Download Chrome Extension
this extension makes you able to add chrome extensions to your opera browser 
3-Deluge



Deluge is a torrent client that you can use just as the normal torrent manger  that works on variant operating systems like Linux,Windows and Mac   
its not less efficient than the normal torrent manager 

4-Geany



Geany is a good lightweight open source text editor and it can be used as an IDE
it support many programming languages like Java,c++, PHP, CSS ,ruby and python 

it can compile as well 

5-Engrampa


Engrampa is an archive manager it pretty effective and easy to use with it you don't need to write tar commands or any extraction commands it supports many file types  like zip, rar ,tar(gz , xz , bz, bz2  ,t7z, .................) even 7zip files and deb files 



Thanks for reading and if you know other good or alternative programs to these ones write them in comments