We will be exploring the top 15 Linux apps of 2019. These apps greatly enhance the functionality of your PC by bringing innovative features to You. Free cloud storage, Android messaging and Whatsapp, Photoshop for Linux, TV, Wireless file sharing and many more features will be discussed in this video.

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Rambox :

Stacer :

Timeshift :

Synaptic: sudo apt install synaptic

Mega :

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Dhananjay narasimhaiah

May 16, 2020

This is one of the best video on linux

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Genera Moba

May 16, 2020

Is it "Debian Linux" that you are using? Which one do you recommend for old laptops like hp g6 1005et and acer aspire 5720?

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Ronin van der Werke

May 16, 2020

What song are you playing in the background?

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BigBob

May 16, 2020

Some good choices there as a linux noob i will definitely be checking some of them out

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Pavel Pivovarov

May 16, 2020

Nice set of applications, but I would offer some alternatives:
– MPV instead of VLC : it's faster and lighter
– Syncthing instead of MEGA : it's more secure and don't use third-party storage (peer2peer synchronization)
– KDE Connect instead of NitroShare : it's more feature rich
– Chromium-VAAPI instead of Chromium : the only browser for linux decently supporting hardware video acceleration.

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SHIVAM CHAUDHARY

May 16, 2020

Absolute gold mine of a video. Thanks buddy!

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MoDes iN tEcH

May 16, 2020

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EmNub44MoAs&t
Hands-On Scripting With Python

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Rohan Reloaded

May 16, 2020

What a nice video dude, sadly you missed out krita for that old gimp (not jimp).

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Grey Ghost

May 16, 2020

All of the different Linux Distributions is like dating all the Dugger girls.

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ADVENTURER08

May 16, 2020

Great video, Thanks

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Anyt Rant

May 16, 2020

mpv died laughing inside when he explained vlc

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DEV I LeSnake

May 16, 2020

Kde Connect is missing on the list ! (I personally would pot it to place 2 right next to steam)

Kde Connect make you phone to you new monitor by share anything with the local network: U share the Clipboard, send you phone notifications to your PC and optionally send PC notifications to you phone and share files between phone and PC, so its replacement Nitroshare. I also use it when using my laptop and PC at same time (a beta version for windows also exist already)

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randall2020

May 16, 2020

Very useful however there needs to be a complete list in the info as your accent is hard to understand. Notably with "Gimp" which is NOT pronounced like "chimp".

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Teck 4 teen

May 16, 2020

Every Linux users should know this that click on the URL for more information https://youtu.be/kQw5Fc3Ejuw

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GD Fourlemion

May 16, 2020

Which Linux distro are you using?

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Bekon241

May 16, 2020

11:50 wallpaper link pls thanks.

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drwisdom1

May 16, 2020

I found this video informative. I have been using Linux for my servers since the 1990s but only in the last year have I been using it as a desktop. While I only have interest in about 5 of these applications, I needed someone to filter down my choices on those. I like wires, they are secure and don't go down.

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J.P. Vaidya

May 16, 2020

Just 2 words concise & precise

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Lulu

May 16, 2020

Very interesting video, didn't know that about chromium, next time i have linux i'll be sure to give it a try

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DryWind Studios

May 16, 2020

Honestly,for my Browser I would either Suggest Vivaldi,or Brave

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Dr. Ali Gamer

May 16, 2020

is linux mint better or ubuntu for a low end pc??

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Dr. Ali Gamer

May 16, 2020

what linux are you using??

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Traxter

May 16, 2020

Can someone please tell me how to install Gdevelop on linux!!!

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Eddie O'Connor

May 16, 2020

Correct me if I'm wrong?…but I don't recall Linux having "junk files" on their systems?…most things have logs…and if you have log-rotate setup properly…those logs get dumped when they reach a certain age? I don't recall Linux installing "cruft" like Windows does…so why would Stacer even be needed?….hmmmm Also?…its pronounced "Gimp" with a hard "g" sound….(g- as in "guitar"…not g as in "gymnast")…sorry for being a PITA…but my Mom…the English teacher?…heard this video playing from the kitchen..and asked me to correct ya!…LoL!

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Tabish Rashidi

May 16, 2020

Hey anyone know his icon pack? They look sick

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deathoniza

May 16, 2020

mega is unsafe, i got some of my info stolen from there

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Muhammad Tahir Iqbal

May 16, 2020

Excellent

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Spacelørd

May 16, 2020

Gimp= GNU IMAGE MANIPULATION PROGRAMM

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FM Panda

May 16, 2020

Some more important apps are ->
1. Typora
2. Atom
3. Color Picker
4. FreeOffice
5. SMPlayer
6. Pulse Equalizer
7. Deluge

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SK Sohaib

May 16, 2020

nice vid for beggs

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gamersxs

May 16, 2020

Really solid list. Nice job.

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Narendra Subramanya

May 16, 2020

Great Video. Do a tut for text editors or code editors for windows migrated users and linux beginners.

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Hari Krishnan

May 16, 2020

Super bro!

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Learning

May 16, 2020

i didn't get how to install extended file plz help 🙁

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Linuxphile

May 16, 2020

Great video, I cant believe I missed out on Rambox. Add to cart…

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Crazy Optimist

May 16, 2020

You are making amazing videos, I love to hear your voice as well!
Keep doing well!

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jean maurice Gomis

May 16, 2020

good video guy proud of you

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César José Pinto Peña

May 16, 2020

Calibur? Seriously? 🤣🤣🤣… Is Calibre

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ODNU

May 16, 2020

Man this guy really left the lungs on this.Good stuff

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Helio Rider

May 16, 2020

Or.. you can download chrome from their official website The Chrome we know. Not basic chromium or anything

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Waqar Khan

May 16, 2020

Awesome video you r life saver ….

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Manish Bhoola

May 16, 2020

Compliments on such a wonderful and informative linux channel. Beats a lot of ferengi channels 👍🏻

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hulk hatson

May 16, 2020

Best video ever, but one thing need to know is after installing all those 15 apps does performance sucks?? I need to know that will the raspberry pi able to handle all those apps?

Plz let me know the hardware configuration to run those apps?

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J Johnson

May 16, 2020

I would love to use my Ubuntu OS as a media center. However, I need an app that will allow me to connect my laptop to my HDTV via HDMI. I can do it with my current setup, but I can only get the picture, but not the sound. Any suggestions are welcomed. Thanx in advance.

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Zebiano

May 16, 2020

Nice video! Really helped me out.

There's another topic that I'd love you to cover, as I'm kind of lost regarding it. What's the best way to install apps on Linux? What are the best "app stores" out there? Which one do you recommend?

Thank you, in case you ever create a video covering the "Linux app stores" topic 🙂

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nafees ur rehman

May 16, 2020

Name of background music in ur video

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Rohit Ghali

May 16, 2020

Vlc is shit compared to mpv. Try it.

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Sakkat Sam

May 16, 2020

Every single app is a bloatware! Especially Rambox which based on Electron.

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techZoNe

May 16, 2020

Make a video on app outlet please

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