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Recommended by Kevin inWhat are the best Linux terminal emulators?
It is possible to split the terminal window into several areas and you can re-size them as needed. Multiple windows and tabs are also supported.
Recommended by Kevin inWhat are the best Linux distributions for desktops?
Arch's goal of simplicity means there's usually one preferred way to get things done - through organized and well documented configuration files. This focus, combined with the community's recognition that configuration files can be intimidating, has resulted in excellent documentation that's accessible to newcomers, and very instructive about how Linux actually works. The documentation is often so thorough that, when searching for solutions to problems while using other distributions, such as with video card drivers, oftentimes you'll find the most effective solution in the Arch Linux wiki or on the forums.
Recommended by Kevin inWhat are the best Torrent clients?
Due to aria2 being a CLI only tool it uses very little memory.
Recommended by Luca inWhat are the best IDEs for C++ on Linux?
JetBrains products always have more creature-comfort features than anything else.
Recommended by Di9 inWhat are the best desktop game controllers?
The controller has a microUSB port on the back for charging or connecting. It can also be used wirelessly over Bluetooth.
Recommended by Sebastian inWhat are the best ZSH configuration frameworks?
Only load the modules you need. Configure everything zim-related in ~/.zimrc
Recommended by benoliver999 inWhat are the best ZSH configuration frameworks?
Unlike oh-my-zsh, you just enable plugins and themes as required.
Simplenote takes a minimalist approach to its interface. There are no toolbars full of formatting options or extra features like notebooks to group notes. The entire desktop interface consists solely of a sidebar with your tags and trash filters, the list of existing notes with search, a button to add a new note and a simple view for looking an existing note or writing a new one.
Recommended by mxgms inWhat is the most versatile operating system to learn how to program?
Tools (such as git, sort, grep, sed, awk, compilers, build tools...) are either part of core system or installable with single command.
Recommended by mxgms inWhat are the best Linux desktop environments?
For users with netbooks, tablets and older computers where not a lot of system resources are available.
Recommended by mxgms inWhat are the best Linux distributions for servers?
Packages aren't cutting edge, but they're stable.
Recommended by mxgms inWhat are the best Linux distributions for desktops?
Manjaro allows the user to access of the Arch User Repository. A very large user-maintained repository of packages for Arch Linux and derivatives.
1-step to take a note on android: tap 'take a note'
Recommended by Barbara inWhat are the best IDEs for C++ on Linux?
Qt Creator has a code model which basically has the same information as the compiler. So it can do really nice syntax highlighting (e.g. of virtual methods or local variables) as well as provide great code completion.
Gives you a nice overview of types, functions, declarations, and definitions.
Recommended by bearMAO inWhat is the best cross-platform note taking app?
OneNote allows you to arrange text freely on the digital paper mimicking the way it would be done with a real pen on real paper.
Backed up by biggest linux kernel contributor - RedHat