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2019-01-26 17:31:13

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keepass2
"When you need small, but powerful password manager with passwords kept in exact single location you want without a wish to give them away to some cloud, Keepass is exactly for you. First version already was supported in all main OSes. Now I finally see version 2.0 too working without lags and glitches under Mint 19.1. Take it and enjoy."
5
shutter
"Can't live without it. Shutter is the best Linux screenshot grabber. It help me everyday, from friend computer problem resolving to documentation writting at work for applications, developed by me. Screenshot editing feature is a killer feature - it is powerful and easy to use. Great stuff!"
5
minitube
"Coolest resource saver, when used to play tunes from YouTube at background in busy Java development environment. It take only 40 MB of RAM, and play smoothly instead of any browser, which Flash plugins eat all remaining RAM fast (1,5 GB for YouTube video player in Flash? Challenge accepted.) and hang my workstation."
5
clementine
"Beats banshee, amarok and rythmbox and couple others. Because has feature set from all of them, don't hang, when playing streaming audio in unstable networks (amarok and banshee don't ppaly stream long in my workplace network - they hang - always) and itself are lightweight and pretty stable. Love it! And recomend it to others too."
5
build-essential
"Linux software developers must have it. The best package for less fuss, when we need to compile tar.gz/configure based packages. And my work also depends from it hard."
5
skype
"Much better than overbloated Windows version. Hope it will be supported further too."
4
mc
"The best file manager for UNIX like OS terminal. 19 years already passed, but it never get old."
5