Atuin: A Modern Shell History on Steroids (Installation + Usage)

Atuin is a steroid for your traditional shell history, using SQLite as a database to record each user-issued command along with additional context like exit status, hostname, session, cwd, etc. It also offers a free public server or the option to self-host to sync your

Pyright: A Static Type Checker for Python (Install + Use)

Python is the most popular programming language in the world, as it provides great flexibility and simplicity to write and build big applications on AI/ML, automation, web apps, desktop, etc. One of the many reasons why Python is the top choice for programmers when developing

Eza: A Modern Replacement of the ls Command on Linux (Install + Use)

Eza is a modern replacement for the traditional command-line program “ls“, offers more features and optimization, and allows you to customize the output as per your preferences. The distinguishing features that set it apart from “ls” and other listing programs are hyperlink support, mount point

How to Use TLDR Pages on Linux (and Install It’s CLI Tool)

The default “command –help” section and “man command” page are quite overwhelming and confusing for beginners and also for professionals when they encounter a totally new command. In such scenarios, the person usually looks for a dedicated article on that particular command-line tool on the

Run Windows 11 in a Docker Container (Access it via the Browser)

The Windows Docker container is gaining significant popularity, allowing users to easily deploy Windows 11, 10, 8.1, XP, etc., as a container and later access it via a browser (with VNC). Before you confuse it with just a container, let me clarify that it uses

Gopeed: A High-Speed Cross-Platform Download Manager

There are multiple download managers available, such as JDownloader, IDM, etc., in the download manager market, each with their own unique way of offering features and experiences to users. Recently, Gopeed (or “Go Speed”) caught my eye, claiming itself as a faster-performing and high-speed download

How to Attach an Executable File to Your Email (Works on Gmail)

The majority of email service providers, including Gmail and Outlook, forbid attaching executable files like EXE, BAT, PS1, etc. to emails. When you try to attach the executable file to an email, you will be prompted with the following error message: This restriction is placed

How to Add and Remove Passwords from PDF Files on Linux

PDFs are the primary file format for sharing sensitive educational, government, or office documents with individuals, often encrypted with a password to prevent unauthorized access. However, with a valid password, individuals can easily decrypt and store them in an encrypted wallet for future access. But

How to Deface Faces in Pictures and Videos With Free CLI Tool

Deface is a free and open-source command-line tool that allows you to automatically blur human faces in pictures or videos without relying on any external editing software or online service. For videos, it first detects all human faces frame by frame and then applies your

Tilix: A Tiling Terminal Emulator With Bookmark Support

The Tilix terminal emulator has existed for a very long time, but it’s very underrated despite being so good. Even for me, I’ve only recently heard about it from one of our readers named “Claude LaFrenière”, so a shout-out to him. In recent times, you

A Modern Warp Terminal With AI Features on Linux (Install + Use)

Warp is a modern terminal with AI features (built fully in Rust) to greatly enhance your workflow, productivity, and team collaboration on Linux, Windows (coming soon), and macOS. 📝 Its front-end (based on a Rust UI framework) is open-source, while the back-end (or server portion)