Floorp Browser: A Blazing Fast Firefox Browser in Vivaldi Style

Floorp is a free and open-source fork of Firefox that offers the same experience as Vivaldi in relation to Chrome, providing incredible performance, promising privacy, and many other customizable features. It’s backed by a Japanese company, and to be honest, at first glance, I thought

Wave: 21th Century Terminal Emulator Designed for Gen Z

Wave is a free, open-source, cross-platform (currently not available on Windows) fancy terminal emulator designed for the modern generation to become comfortable with the command-line. It offers some interesting features lacking in traditional terminal emulators such as GNOME or Konsole, and I’ve been searching for

Easily Convert TS Videos to MP4 File Format via CLI or GUI

If you’ve ever downloaded a video file using a popular download manager such as IDM or JDownloader, you might have received a TS (Transport Stream) video file from the server. If you want your video file to be in MP4 or any other file format,

LosslessCut: A GUI Front-End for FFmpeg for Audio/Video Editing

LosslessCut is a free and open-source GUI front-end for the FFmpeg CLI tool, providing a seamless experience for converting, trimming, merging, extracting, and more with media files. If you feel uncomfortable with FFmpeg, you can utilize this tool for multimedia processing. While it may not

FFmpeg: Powerful Multimedia Processing Tool (Installation + Usage)

FFmpeg (a.k.a. Fast Forward MPEG) is a robust, free, and open-source framework packed with a vast suite of libraries and programs for handling basic to advanced multimedia processing. It can perform tasks such as recording, converting, and streaming audio and video, making it the foundation

Solution for raw.githubusercontent.com PORT 443: Connection refused

Tired of encountering the error “Connecting to raw.githubusercontent.com IP_ADDRESS:443 failed: Connection refused” when downloading files from GitHub via Wget or any other CLI tool? Then, don’t worry, as you’ve come to the right place; this annoying error related to GitHub can be easily solved (or

Marker: A Free and Open-Source Markdown Editor for Linux

Marker is a free and open-source markdown editor for Linux, built on GTK3. It offers a dual panel for reading and writing basic to extended markdown syntax, along with other additional features. This feature involves syntax highlighting, support for mermaid diagrams, charter plots, effortless export

Basic to Extended Markdown Cheat Sheet With Examples

Markdown is a widely used standard for distributing text files with special syntax that modern software can easily understand and format, eliminating the need to write the entire HTML code. Consider it a way to add HTML style and structure to your text document in

Ulaa: A Secure and Private Browser Based on Chromium

Could Ulaa be another browser in the privacy and security race, alongside browsers such as Waterfox, Mercury, Tor Browser, Mullvad Browser, etc.? Let’s find out that in this article. Tutorial Details Description Ulaa Browser Difficulty Level Low Root or Sudo Privileges No OS Compatibility Windows,

Carbonyl: A Chromium-Based Browser Made for Your Terminal

Carbonyl is a Chromium-based terminal browser that can render graphical elements, play audio and video (default set to 60 fps), is less resource-intensive, and can also run through SSH. It bundles all necessary Web APIs, such as WebGL, WebGPU, animations, etc., and is considerably better

How to Create Permanent Bookmarks in VLC Without a Playlist

VLC comes with a bunch of features, and bookmark is one of them that lets users easily add bookmarks to multiple timestamps on the currently playing video for easy revisiting in the future. Now, the issue with VLC is that it only preserves bookmark changes

Master VLC with These 10+ Expert Tips and Tricks

VLC is undoubtedly the best media player out there, but the ignorance of many users in learning it properly holds them back from utilizing the advanced features that VLC offers, which can ultimately improve the user experience to the next level. I used to be