Wine 7.0 is a Massive Upgrade

Wine 7.0 is a fitting release to start 2022 with improved support for Windows applications, games, among other major additions! by Ankush Das Wine is the ultimate tool for Linux users relying on Windows-specific applications and games. With every release, we find better support for games and applications. And, anything that uses Wine as its […]

OpenBoard: An Open Source Interactive Whiteboard for Educators

By Ankush Das Brief: OpenBoard is an interactive open-source whiteboard tailored for schools and universities. Let’s take a look at what it offers! There are several open-source tools available for education. But, not all of them are impressively well-maintained at the level of commercial software put forward for schools and universities. OpenBoard is one such exceptional […]

It’s FOSS Academy

The project is called It’s FOSS Academy. It is an e-learning platform to teach Linux, desktop Linux to be precise. The platform offers micro courses on topics that should interests desktop Linux users. I have been wanting to create such a platform for some time now. There are plenty of valuable information scattered around It’s FOSS. Even […]

Tux Paint 0.9.27 Release Adds New Magic Tools

Tux Paint’s latest release lets your kids step up their creativity with the new magic tools and improvements. by Rishabh Moharir | It’s FOSS Known for its simplicity and ease of use, Tux Paint is a drawing app primarily aimed at kids. Tux Paint has come a long way since its initial release in 2002 […]

8 New Features & Improvements to Expect in GIMP 3.0 Release

GIMP 3.0 is one of the most anticipated releases with major improvements. Considering its recent development versions, here’s a list of expected features. by Ankush Das GIMP is one of the best free image editors available for Linux. Not just for users who want a free alternative to Adobe suite, but many professionals use GIMP for artwork, design, […]

What Are the Drawbacks of Switching to Linux?

by JORDAN GLOOR | How-to Geek from Windows and macOS. But no operating system is perfect, and many have gone Linux and gone back. So what’s the catch? I’ve spent over two years with Linux as my daily driver. Though I do my share of proselytizing, I’d be lying if I said conversion to Linux […]