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How to install the BaZik GTK theme on Linux

The BaZik GTK theme is a Mac-like take on the ever-popular Material Design look made by Google. The theme is white, with Apple-style window controls and six different color variants, like yellow, orange, purple, pink, green, and red. BaZik makes an excellent theme for those who are a fan of …

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How to install Gnome Builder on Linux

Gnome Builder is an IDE for programmers to build software on the Gnome desktop. It supports several different types of languages and has a refreshing user experience that makes it one of the most attractive development tools on the Linux platform today. In this guide, we’ll go over how to …

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How to read Japanese Manga on Linux

Are you a Japanese Manga fan? Do you wish you had a way to read your favorite ones on the Linux desktop? If so, follow along with this guide to learn how to read Japanese Manga on Linux! Installing Komikku on Linux Kommiku is the easiest way to read Japanese …

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How to install Linux Lite

Linux Lite is a unique take on Ubuntu. It takes what’s great about Ubuntu and fits it into a “lite” package. The desktop of choice that Linux Lite comes with is XFCE4, a notoriously fast desktop that works very well on computers with very little CPU power or system memory. …

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How to merge PDF files in Linux

Do you have a PDF file you wish to combine with another one? Have you tried other merging tools on Linux only to find them too confusing? Don’t worry; PDF Mix Tool is here! It’s a surprisingly easy tool that lets anyone combine multiple PDF files. Here’s how to use …

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How to install Gnome Drawing on Linux

There are a lot of great drawing apps for Linux, but all of them have a heavy focus on artists and are filled with sophisticated features. If you’re not interested in fancy features but want a great drawing app, try Gnome Drawing instead! Here’s how to get it working on …

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How to cut video footage in Kdenlive on Linux

Do you have some video footage that you need to make some cuts to? Unsure about how to make cuts in footage on Linux? We can help! Follow along as we show you how to use Kdenlive to cut video footage on Linux! Installing Kdenlive on Linux Before we can …

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