What’s New in Debian 11 “Bullseye”

by JORDAN GLOOR | How-To Geek Debian, the progenitor of many other Linux distributions, has made release 11 available in the testing stage. Are you weighing the virtues of upgrading, or are you just curious about the changes? Today, we’ll take a look at the highlights. Debian is one of the most stable and versatile […]

HandBrake sees a new release.

Open Source Video Transcoder HandBrake Releases Version 1.4.0, Supports 10 & 12 Bit Encoding Now It also supports Apple Silicon for macOS users, if it matters to you. by Abhishek | It’s FOSS HandBrake hardly needs an introduction. This is one of the most popular open source software for converting video files from one format to […]

Edward Snowden Thinks GIMP Needs a Major UI Overhaul

Edward Snowden thinks GIMP could challenge Adobe big time with a major UI overhaul. What do you think about that? by Ankush Das Edward Snowden’s recent tweet praised what free and open-source software can achieve. In the tweet, he highlights that every time he uses Blender (an open-source 3D software suite), it reminds him of […]

Can Windows 11 Influence Linux Distributions?

Windows 11 is making news for desktop consumers across the globe. Will it affect how Linux distributions approach desktop users? by Ankush Das Microsoft’s Windows 11 has been finally revealed. While some compare it to macOS, others compare the nitty-gritty details to find similarities with GNOME and KDE (which does not make much sense). But, among […]

Subtitld: A Cross-Platform Open-Source Subtitle Editor

By Ankush Das Subtitles make the experience of watching a video seamless. You do not need to necessarily understand the language of the video, the subtitle helps you figure out what’s happening with a text version of the audio in your preferred language. You get subtitles for most of the content in streaming platforms you […]