Free Desktop book-keeping software for small-businesses and freelancers.
If you’re a freelancer or own a small business and you look for a simple, well designed, desktop accounting software you should take a look at Frappe Books.
Frappe Books is a cross-platform ( Linux, macOS and Windows ), free and open source app that takes care of all your accounting software needs for your small business or freelance work from billing to payments, ledgers, invoices and reporting. There’s also no cloud support which might be an inconvenience for some, but it also means that there’s no hidden costs or unnecessary dependancies. You have full control over your data.
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Probably the easiest way to install Arch Linux on your computer.
Arch is a fantastic Linux distro. From being a rolling release to its stability, to the Pacman package manager and AUR. Not to mention the Arch Wiki. However, the lack of a default GUI installer drives users away to other Arch-based distros like Manjaro and ArcoLinux.
But if you want to run pure Arch, you can either follow the installation guide or use an installer like Anarchy, Zen or ezarch. Let’s take a quick look at ezarch installation script….
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The missing package manager for Windows that will make your life 1000x easier.
If you’re a macOS user, or followed most tutorials here on FSM, you’ve probably noticed we mention Homebrew a lot. Homebrew is a package manager for macOS ( and Linux ) that allows you to quickly install and manage apps.
Let’s say you want to install Firefox. Normally you will do a web search for Firefox, click on the Mozilla link, click the download button, wait for the .dmg to download, open the dmg, and drag the app to /Applications folder. With Homebrew, all you have to do is type
brew cask install firefox in the terminal. Want to install Firefox ESR or Nightly, no problem just replace firefox with
firefox-nightly in the command above. That’s pretty darn neat.
So macOS users have Homebrew, Linux distros all come with their own package manager ( and Homebrew, however I’m not sure how many people are using it on Linux ). What about Windows?
Windows user have Chocolatey. A package manager similar to Homebrew, that we’ve mentioned in a few tutorials here on FSM. If you’ve never heard of Chocolatey or you’re not using it yet, you’re missing out. So let’s jump right in and see how to install and use Chocolatey.
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Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 & 2 remastered in glorious 4K will drop for XBox 1, PS4 and PC soon.
Tony Hawk and Vicarious Visions will bring back Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 and 2. Remastered, in stunning 4K and 60fps. The games will bring back the original levels, skaters, tricks, modes, songs from the iconic soundtrack and new ways to play the game including online multiplater.
THPS 1 & 2 remastered will drop for for XBox One, PS4, and PC on. September 4, 2020. XBox users who pre-order the digital game now will get access to the Warehouse Demo. There will also be a Collector’s Edition which includes all the digital content + a Birdhouse deck with Birdman’s autograph on it!