RAVE-X theme suite brings you a unique and beautiful GTK 3 (And 2) desktop theme in your choice to 16 Awesome Refined Colors. Personalize your desktop the way you want. Rave-X Colors Gtk themes are derived from Mint-X Colors theme suite, this suite offers better colors and support for Unity desktop, also works on Mint, and with dark panel support on Xfce & Mate desktops. These themes can work on following desktops: Cinnamon, Unity, Xfce, MATE, XFCE, LXDE, and Gnome Shell. Gnome Fallback works but looks ugly so we do not recommend it. That might be fixed later if anyone reported to creator.
This pack offers 16 awesome colors, also Included 7 Different Colors of “Special Edition” Window Boarders Called RAVEfinity-X, These are Built for Cinnamon, MATE and XFCE only.
Tonido allows you to create secure home cloud server or allow remote access to your data. Once installed on a computer, Tonido software makes that computer’s files available remotely via the internet through the web browser or through native mobile apps. It is easy to get started, just install the Tonido Desktop software and create a link to each computer you need access to. This is useful to get access to user’s files, music and videos from anywhere as well as providing the capability to share files and folders with other people.
Now a days handheld devices offer assistant for your mobile device, which help users to do stuff easily and quickly, as you may know iOS has Siri (by Apple) and Android OS uses Google Now assistant (by Google) to facilitate its users. They are pretty much intelligent personal assistants and knowledge navigator which works as an application for their Operating systems.
Here comes another feature to Linux “Betty” as personal assistant, it uses natural language to answer questions, make recommendations, and perform actions. It is similar to Siri and Google Now but for now it is pretty much limited (it’s still extremely useful and easy to use). It is a virtual assistant with a command-line-controlled natural language interface that uses sequential inference and contextual awareness to help perform personal tasks.
Atom is an open source “hackable text editor for the 21st Century” developed by GitHub, which is currently in beta. Currently, there are Atom binaries only for Mac OS X. Until now, to use Atom text editor in Ubuntu you’d have to compile it but I like to make things easier for you so I’ve built it on my computer (Nodejs apps can’t be built directly in Launchpad PPAs) and uploaded it to a PPA, for Ubuntu 14.04, 13.10 and 12.04.
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Recoll is a tool which lets you search everywhere in your local machine. It does this by indexing all your files in the PC, it can do this on both internal and external storage!
But how is this useful? Well lets say you don’t remember the file-name of a text file… but you do remember a key word inside the document. This application will search all your text files until it finds a match of the key word you remember. But its not limited to text files here is the full list.
So as you can see Recoll is a very important app for those how need an organized system.
With so many flavors of Linux and the awesome apps in their repositories, finding the right app for getting things done can be tough. In our annual Lifehacker Pack for Linux, we’re highlighting the must-have downloads for better productivity, communication, media management, and more.