Last modified on June 2nd, 2020 at 08:57 am
Insight: Must-Have Apps For New Linux Users In 2020
If you are a Windows user and recently shifted to Linux based platforms then you might be confused or wondering what to do, or how to play music, how to edit documents, and so on.
This post is for you if you are fresh or new Linux users and need some help with the transition from Windows to Linux.
Must-Have Apps For New Linux Users In 2020
You might be familiar with this multimedia application. It is a free, open-source, and one of the most popular cross-platform multimedia players. You can use VLC to play music or watch movies in Linux.
If you need to check email frequently or let’s say email plays an important role in your life then this is the best tool for you to manage your emails in Linux. It is a free & opensource email client.
There is no doubt that the Microsoft Office packages are one of the most popular and widely used software right now.
You might be wondering about the possible presence of Microsoft Office packages in Linux but sadly Linux doesn’t have it but it does have some amazing alternatives. One of them is LibreOffice. It is the most popular and powerful, feature-rich office suite software for Linux based platforms.
You must be looking for this. Yes, Firefox is also available for the Linux based platform. It is one of the most powerful internet browsers right now.
GIMP is a popular image editing tool available in Linux. You can consider it as an alternative to Adobe Photoshop. It is one of the most popular and widely used image editing applications for Linux.
Everything is in the cloud and you might need to upload your docs in the cloud. DropBox has a dedicated app for Linux.
Well, these are the basic tools that you might need while shifting from Windows to Linux. If you need details of the more software, please visit our other blog post covering a comprehensive list of must-have software in Linux.
Please let us know if you want us to change or update this article by adding more software.