"with tmux you can run persistant sessions on a remote terminal; if you have a big screen it can be very handy to split your terminal into panes. for example read man pages on the left, and try out the information on the commandline in the right pane."
"puts all effort into effinciency and none into fashionable looks"
"great tool to stay secure through all the login accounts"
"best choice if you like KDE and qt"
"most powerful renaming tool, but not a beginners choice ;-)"
"oldfashioned but usseful layout. user defined shortcuts, two panes for better moving between directories, good menu and remote access. plugins!"
"Powerful filemanager including two panes and user defined shortcuts. Good designed menubar.d"
"very important is the persistent sessions feature especially while journeys through regions with weak connections. For splitting screens on the terminal tmux might be better."
"most useful line is
sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get dist-upgrade"
"best choice !"
"Kind of GIMP, but easy user interface"
"in my opinion the hidden treasure of the calligra office suite!"
"molt bé! the most underestimated language in europe ;-)"
"funny idea to have menus and a almost naked toolbar while moving the ribbons to the side pane. On contemporary screens there is more space at the side bar and even menus and taskbar should move there. the important features seem to be complete. Another reason to leave M$"
"good tool to develop SQL statements and make a first test"
"funny datase engine for any purpose without rights management. therefor slim and rapid"
"useful to keep copy of everything on a second server"
"great! see also htmltidy"
"surprising results when checking this page for proper html ;-)"
"allows to code in your own style and reformat before you share your code"
"many new things to learn, but in the end it saves your time"
"great idea. after a week of use you don't want to go without it."
"interesting package to checkout advanced features of vim"
"especially useful on server installations without gui."
"helpful for german users especially for the steap learning curve vim causes."
"really useful bridge over lack of usability in grub2"
"matured and useful planning tool"
"good to manipulate text files"
"useful on the commandline and on webservers"
"more or less a local translatewiki"
"interesting reason for schools to prefer linux"
"kdevelop is good and fat and, more interesting, is the ticket to the exciting world of kde community"
"simple, goodlooking, precise"
"volume keys seem to be something tiny but these tools did the job to cclose the usability gap to windows some years ago."
"pretty cool tool ! i recommend to pipe the result to less for better browsing"
"Impress has less functions then powerpoint which is a huge advantage:
stay with powerpoint if you really need to:
- focuse to the content
- it forces more simplicity
- you will save time
- listeners to the presentation get less dizzy
- your employees spent more time on their tasks but playing powerpoint
- first step to migration to freeware is made
- pretend to know more than you really do
- your presentation focuses on your presentation abilities not the content
- your subject is not interesting enough and you need special features to keep the auditory awake (when blender is of better use than powerpoint)
"next generation db"
"the must have for any ebook fan"
"save time with the mess in images folder ;)"
"the calibra for videos :)"
"the better dotnet for the web"
"native python ide supporting qt - most productive"
"outdated by phpbb3.1, but real great, yeah"
"best mixture of lightweight and high comfort"
"i like all the converting functions"
"reminds to corel draw but better"
"everybody loves it even if asks to push up private photos to the cloud"
"huge, complete, perfect"
"great configurable, i prefer it with light background and dark fonts, scrollbar on the left side"
"most important sript language with clean and readable syntax"
"good for everyday use"
"good part of every privacy toolset"
"make including the unit testing system ctest"
"good option to cahnge android to replicant or cyanogenmod"
"easy to handle for small single files"
"good experience, especially on Raspberry Pi, where performance pays out even more"
"concatenate and pdf split files, reorder page: very handy!"
"change firefox, change every website, how you like it!"
"it is mysql++ :-)"
"great if seperated from html by template files, but horrable if messed up with html in one file"
"easy to handle and all the database on a glance"
"great source to understand the C language (if used with the source code of the library and use cases)"
"essential ! to get the best experience, combine the results of find with for/in/do loops (if -exec and xargs don't get the job done)."
"good trainer for hand eye coordination and combinatorics as well"
"including reproduce itself from code, gcc can do everything digital!"
"great and handy terminal web browser tabbed browsing; even for users not familiar with the terminal cause everything is based on menus (press ) and dialogs"
"shows the essence of your text and log files "
"featurerich and fast multi textfile browser which makes huge files easier to handle than any graphical software; standard paging by >space> and >b>; half pages by >ctrl>+>d> and >ctrl>+>u>; many VIM commands like / for search; but never forget the
to close it finally ;-)"
"very puristic and tidy, fully reliable and unbelivable economic. It turns your legacy hardware which needs 15 minutes for a start under M$ to a useful working device; even the best choice for some occasionally started special purpose virtual machine which is planned to use between 256MB and 512MB RAM."
"Extremly stable, beautyful and handy. MATE is the best choice for computers younger than Win7; for older computers Xfce might be a better choice; i prefer MATE on virtual machines for purposes which cause havy desktop use, cause it's smoother and nicer to the eyes."
"Simple, efficient, extremly reliable and good looking on LinuxMint with the great LinuxMintMenu (less handsome on Xubuntu); our favorite choice on older Computers which ran WinXP or Vista before - Xfce changes them from snails to horses on office tasks; even economic RAM usage on virtual machines."
"great, simple to learn, even for people who never used diff. It's the other way around, it teaches to understand diff :-)"
"extremly reliable and easy to use partitionmanager, just beautiful"
"fascinating sky generator; me as a non scientist spent an amazed hour spurprized by all the features i could find"