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It works quite well under Wine with Linux, but you must always take notice if the last version of HeidiSQL has been tested, for it may not run at all. There are some bugs in the Wine version that can be annoying and you have to kill the program and restart it. A native Linux version would be great. See More
Workbench's user interface is regarded by a lot of users as unintuitive and hard to use. It seems cluttered and hard to get used to. The left side of the application has several sections (which you get to choose which to open) with several tools for each. A lot of features are hidden behind menus and need some getting used to find them. See More
The tabbed browser in pgAdmin 4 is excellent for accomodating different screen/window sizes. If you're on a small screen, the tabbed browser can save you screen estate by displaying the different panels in different tabs. If you're on a big screen, you can make full use of your screen estate by detaching the panels and moving it where you like. See More