How to install Rhythmbox in Ubuntu?

install rhythmbox

Rhythmbox is a free and open-source music player which comes default in distributions running on the GNOME desktop environment. It is highly scalable and can easily handle music libraries with a large number of songs. The functionalities of Rhythmbox can be enhanced using plugins. In this article, I will discuss how to install Rhythmbox music … Read more

11 Best music players for Linux

best music players for linux

Playing music is one of the basic things that we do on our computers and mobile phones. To play audio or video files we require a media player to be installed on our system. I have already discussed some of the best media players that are primarily used for playing videos on a Linux system. … Read more

How to clear trash in Linux using terminal?

clear trash in Linux

Whenever you delete a file or directory in Linux by default it doesn’t get permanently deleted instead it is moved to the Trash. The trash in Linux is the same as Recycle Bin which is used in Windows operating system. Later if you require a deleted file or directory you can simply find and restore … Read more

How to install ScreenCloud in Ubuntu?

install screencloud in ubuntu

ScreenCloud is a free and open-source tool for taking and sharing screenshots on a system. It is cross-platform and can be installed on Linux, Windows, OR macOS. Using this tool you can easily take a screenshot, it will be automatically uploaded to the cloud or on the configured server. The functionalities of ScreenCloud can be … Read more

How to install Ksnip in Ubuntu?

install ksnip in ubuntu

Ksnip is a Qt-based, free, and open-source tool for taking screenshots on a system. It provides many annotation features for your screenshots. It offers both GUI and command-line usage of this program. The screenshots taken by it can be uploaded to Imgur directly. In this article, I will discuss how to install and use Ksnip … Read more

How to install Scrot in Ubuntu?

install scrot in Ubuntu

Scrot is a simple command-line tool to capture screenshots on a Linux system. It uses imlib2 to grab and save screenshots. You can use it in scripts to automate the task of taking screenshots of a specific program at a specific time. You can save the screenshots in different image formats. In this article, I … Read more

How to install Spectacle in Ubuntu?

install spectacle on ubuntu

The Spectacle is a simple, free and open-source application used for capturing screenshots. It is developed under the KDE project and comes default in the distributions using the KDE desktop environment. By using Spectacle you can capture whole or a specific region on your computer screen. In this article, I will discuss how to install … Read more

How to install Kazam in Ubuntu?

install kazam in Ubuntu

Kazam is a simple multi-functional tool that is used for taking screenshots or recording content of a screen in different video formats. You can control the functions of Kazam such as start recording, pause/resume recording, finish recording, etc by using keyboard shortcuts. In this article, I will discuss how to install and use the Kazam … Read more