an open source system optimizer and application monitor for Linux.
Stacer is an open source system optimizer and application monitor for Linux. It’s an all-in-one program that will allow you to enable/disable startup applications, provides a system cleaner similar to BleachBit, a system search, enable/disable system services that are running on boot and/or running right now, a process manager, package uninstaller and a heads up display of your resources.
Can you already perform/check everything that Stacer offers out of the box either from the command-line or the built-in graphical tools? Of course you can. Stacer is just a nice all-in-one solution.
Stacer is available for Debian, Fedora, Arch/Manjaro users can find it in AUR, as a PPA or you can build it from source. For more info check out the official project page on github.
A sleek, powerful and fast application launcher for Linux
Ulauncher is a free and open source application launcher for Linux. It features fuzzy search, custom color themes, support for extensions and it allows you to browse your system.
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Free radio streaming software for Windows, Mac & Linux.
Here’s a quick post about Odio. Just in case you’re looking for an app that plays worldwide radio stations. The app is free but not open source, and it’s available for macOS, Linux and Windows.
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This tool Scrapes Instagram public and private profiles, hashtags, stories, feeds, saved media, and their metadata
If you want to backup your Instagram account but don’t want to request a backup from facebook or you’re just looking for a good Instagram scraping OSINT tool, you should take a look at Instaloader.
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macOS window manager done right.
Apple introduced Split View with OS X El Capitan. A feature as useful as the touchbar on macbooks. Irrelevant. So, naturally, most users look for an alternative. There are a bunch of window managers in the Mac App Store, and most of them are ridiculously expensive.
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