Mega List Of Useful Linux Applications
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Mega List Of Useful Linux Applications

Insight: Mega List Of Useful Linux Applications

A success and the popularity of the operating system depends upon the number of applications available for that operating system. It’s true that applications for the Linux is relatively less in compare to Windows operating system but in recent years Linux based applications are increasing. This post brings you the mega list of useful Linux applications.

Mega List Of Useful Linux Applications

Mega List Of Useful Linux Applications

Antivirus

  1. ClamAV
  2. ClamTk
  3. ChkrootKit
  4. Comodo

Audio Players

  1. SMPlayer
  2. Audacious
  3. Lollypop
  4. Museek
  5. Musique

Backup Tools

  1. Rsync
  2. Kbackup
  3. backupninja
  4. sbackup
  5. Back In Time
  6. Fwbackups
  7. Box Backup
  8. Bacula
  9. BackupPC
  10. Amanda
  11. Luckybackup
  12. Borg Backup
  13. Restic

Browsers

  1. Firefox
  2. Google Chrome
  3. Opera
  4. Chromium
  5. Vivaldi
  6. Midori
  7. QupZilla
  8. Epiphany
  9. Luakit
  10. Konqueror
  11. Links
  12. Links2
  13. Lynx
  14. w3m

Boot Loaders

  1. Syslinux
  2. LILO
  3. BURG
  4. GRUB

Desktop Customizing Tools

  1. Unity Tweak
  2. GNOME Tweak

Desktop Environments

  1. GNOME 3
  2. Mate
  3. Unity
  4. KDE Plasma 5
  5. LXDE
  6. Pantheon
  7. Deepin
  8. Enlightenment
  9. Cinnamon
  10. Xfce
  11. LXQt
  12. Budgie

Download Managers

  1. uGet
  2. Flareget
  3. XDM
  4. Steadyflow
  5. MultiGet
  6. DownThemAll
  7. Persepolis

Email Clients

  1. Thunderbird
  2. KMail
  3. Evolution
  4. Sylpheed
  5. Geary
  6. Claws

Financing/Accounting Softwares

  1. GnuCash
  2. KMyMoney
  3. Skrooge

FTP

  1. Filezilla
  2. CrossFTP
  3. Konqueror
  4. Nautilus

Filemanagers

  1. Dolphin
  2. SpaceFM
  3. Nautilus
  4. Midnight Commander
  5. Caja
  6. Ranger
  7. Konqueror
  8. Nemo

Graphics

  1. GIMP
  2. Blender
  3. digiKam
  4. Inkscape
  5. Openshot
  6. Krita
  7. Shotcut
  8. Kdenlive

Google Drive

  1. GoSync
  2. google-drive-ocamlfuse
  3. Rclone

IDE

  1. Atom
  2. Netbeans
  3. Sublime
  4. Eclipse
  5. Code::Blocks
  6. CodeLite
  7. Bluefish
  8. Bracket
  9. JetBrains

Instant Messaging

  1. Viber
  2. Wire
  3. Slack
  4. Skype
  5. Telegram
  6. Empathy
  7. pidgin
  8. Retroshare
  9. Ring
  10. Discord

Music Production

  1. Audacity
  2. Mixxx
  3. Ardour
  4. Hydrogen Drum
  5. Rosegarden
  6. Qtractor
  7. Guitarix

Office

  1. LibreOffice
  2. Apache OpenOffice
  3. WPS
  4. Calligra
  5. Softmaker
  6. Oxygen Office
  7. Google Docs
  8. Zoho Docs

PDF Readers

  1. Foxit
  2. MuPDF
  3. Okular
  4. Evince
  5. PDF JS
  6. llpp
  7. GNU GV
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Screen Recording Tools

  1. SimpleScreenRecorder
  2. Kazam Screencaster
  3. recordMyDesktop
  4. OBS
  5. Vokoscreen

Screenshot Tools

  1. Gnome Screenshot
  2. Shutter
  3. Deepin Scrot
  4. ScreenCloud
  5. Flameshot

Security Testing Tools

  1. Aircrack-ng
  2. WireShark
  3. Nmap
  4. THC Hydra
  5. John the Ripper
  6. Metasploit Framework
  7. Netcat
  8. Nessus
  9. Snort
  10. Kismet Wireless
  11. Nikto
  12. GNU MAC Changer
  13. Wifite2
  14. Pixiewps
  15. Yersinia
  16. Burp Suite Scanner
  17. Hashcat
  18. Maltego
  19. BeEF

USB Image Writer

  1. Rufus
  2. Etcher
  3. Gnome Multi-Writer
  4. UNetbootin
  5. MultibootUsb

Video Players

  1. SMPlayer
  2. VLC Media Player
  3. Kodi
  4. Xine
  5. Banshee
  6. Gnome Videos

 

Source: Lungvo209



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