Back Up your Gmail account using Gmvault for Windows, Mac & Linux

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We all need to back up our email at some point, and if your using Gmail for your Email services, then you might want to consider using the program Gmvault to back up your Gmail account so that you don’t lose those important emails you have stored, for more check out Gmvault for Windows, Linux or Mac.

GIMP gets a Facelift in Version 2.8 for Windows/Linux

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A screenshot of the GIMP 2.2.8 raster graphic software. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

If you use the popular Image editing tool GIMP then you’ll be happy to know that the program has been recently updated, it is now sporting a new UI as well as bug fixes, for more check out GIMP 2.8 for Windows/Linux.

Ubuntu Linux 12.04 Precise Pangolin Released

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Azərbaycan: Ubuntu-nun rəsmi loqosu. Deutsch: das offizielle Ubuntu-Logo mit Schriftzug English: Official Ubuntu circle with wordmark. Replace File:Former Ubuntu logo.svg. Español: logo de Ubuntu + marca denominativa Français : Logo officiel d'Ubuntu. Remplace File:Former Ubuntu logo.svg. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

You might want to check out the newest versions of Ubuntu Linux which is 12.04 named “Precise Pangolin” which sports a few new features, support for Clickpads has improved, an Improved Unity Interface, and a change in Default music player, for more check out Ubuntu Linux 12.04 Precise Pangolin.

Looking for a FTP App for Linux then give Filezilla a Try

When your looking for FTP applications for your Linux Desktop, you might be flooded by tons of different apps that have pretty much the same features, but if your looking for Linux plus a cross platform solution for your FTP needs then you might want to check out the program FileZilla.

Logotype of FileZilla, the free FTP solution

Logotype of FileZilla, the free FTP solution (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Install Windows Programs on Linux with Ease using PlayOnLinux

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Gnome 3 Snapshot (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Although you can use WINE to emulate Windows programs in your Linux desktop, perhaps you would like to actually install these apps on your Linux desktop and then run them, well you can sort of do this using the program PlayOnLinux that makes it easy to run Windows programs on your Linux Desktop using WINE to emulate the Windows environment, for more check out PlayOnLinux for Linux Distros.

Peazip can handle all your Linux Archiving Needs

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PeaZip icon. ‪Norsk (bokmål)‬: PeaZip logo. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Peazip is a pretty useful Archiving program for Windows and if you need the services of a Archiving program on your Linux Desktop you can also now use Peazip for that environment as well, for more check out Peazip for Linux.

Get a Better Terminal or Coding experience using ProFont

Screenshot of Alpine via SSH on a Debian Server

Screenshot of Alpine via SSH on a Debian Server (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Looking at the Command Prompt in Windows or the Linux Terminal can be a very challenging task, especially if you have tons of text on the screen, but you can improve the way you see things using the program ProFont for Linux, Windows and Mac Desktops.

Krusader is a File Management Program for Linux

Tux, the Linux penguin

Tux, the Linux penguin (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

You might not be a fan of the native File Management program that comes with your current Linux Distro, but perhaps you might be willing to try out the program Krusader experience a different way to browser your Linux files, for more check out Krusader for Linux.

Check out the Beta version of the next Version of Ubuntu Linux 12.04

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If your a fan of the Ubuntu line of Linux distros then you’ll be pleased to note that a new Beta version of Ubuntu Linux 12.04 has been released to the general public so that you can get a feel as to whats coming up in April when the OS is officially released, for more check out Ubuntu Linux 12.04 Beta.

Do your Screen Captures with Shutter for Your Linux Desktop

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When you need to do some Screen capturing on your Linux Desktop you might have wished you had a OS like Windows which has tons of options when it comes to free Screen Capturing, but you can now dash those fears away, because you can use the Linux program Shutter for your Screen Capturing Needs.

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