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10 Softwares for Linux you must have

Steam has taken gaming in Linux to another level. Before steam had arrived in Linux, gaming was a very bad experience in Linux.

Steam is a gaming distributor for different kinds of platforms like Windows, Mac, and now Linux as well. It was officially developed by Valve.

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10 Software for Linux you must have

1) Steam

It contains free as well as paid games with lots of genres like RPG, Battle Royale, MOBA, MMORPG, and a lot of other genres. So, if you are a game lover, you should download Steam and try it out. link:

2) Stacer

Stacer is an open-source system optimizer and application that monitor that helps users to manage the entire system with different aspects.

It’s a complete package for the system utility. It can perform various tasks like resource monitoring, cleaning unnecessary files, managing unnecessary files, and a lot more.

So, if you have a hard time optimizing your computer and getting rid of all those unnecessary files, Stacer is there for you. 

3) Gnome Tweak

Gnome Tweak is an extension of the GNOME shell that allows the users to modify the interface.

For this, you have to install Gnome Tweak Tool and the shell extension packages, then download and install themes to the “.themes” directory. Using the Tweak tool you can now set these themes.

This is a very important software if you want to customize your computer. You can change the configuring of the dock, the cursor, the fonts, the top bar, the title bar, and the whole appearance of the computer. link: 

4) Calibre

Are you a book lover? Do you want to manage all of your e-books? Then Calibre is the place for you. This is the one solution for all your e-book needs.

It is an open-source e-book software that supports organizing existing e-books into virtual libraries, displaying, editing, creating, and converting e-books as well as syncing e-books with other e-readers. It also allows for downloading news from different countries using Fetch news. 

5) Kodi

Kodi is a free and open-source software for watching TV Shows, Movies, and a lot more. It is one of the best streaming tools out there.

All you have to do is download and add add-ons to Kodi. There are several kinds of add-ons for Movies TV shows, etc.

Users can customize virtually every aspect of the interface, thanks to open-source. So you have full freedom to pick what to watch. 

5) Kdenlive

Kdenlive is a free and open-source software for editing videos. It has multi-track editing and supports an unlimited number of videos and audio.

It has a default editor that allows lots of tasks like creating, moving, cropping, deleting, adding effects, transitions, etc. So, if you are a content creator or trying to get into content creating Kdenlive is the best thing for you. link:

5) Gimp

Gimp is an open-source raster graphics editor used for image manipulation, free-form drawing, and all sorts of tasks related to image creation and manipulation.

It consists of a variety of tools similar to Photoshop but it has a different interface. It can be used for high-quality image manipulation, creating original artwork, and graphics If you want to get into graphics designing, this can be a good tool for you. link:

Suraj Chand
Suraj Chand
Suraj Chand is a content creator at and he is pursuing Bachelor's Degree In Computer Engineering From Kathmandu Engineering College, Kalimati,Kathmandu (KEC) affiliated to Institute of Engineering (IOE) Nepal under Tribhuvan University (TU).

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