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25 Must-Have tools for Linux Download

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March 22, 2010
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25 Must-Have tools for Linux Download Info

25 Tools for Linux
Almost two decades after Linus Torvalds developed the first Linux Kernel, Linux has now been adopted worldwide primarily as a server platform. But also its use as a home and office desktop operating system is on the rise.

Gallery: Must-Have tools for Linux

There are now a wide range of different applications and programs that can run on Linux. In our gallery, we will show you 25 great tools for Linux! All Linux distributions are already packed with software, however, there are also some great alternative tools!

Gallery: Must-Have tools for Linux

We have put together a gallery of must-have tools for Linux, from browsers, email clients to games and media players!

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25 Must-Have tools for Linux 

(Specials & News), April 09, 2010

Great Collection for the Standard Home/Office User

Reviewer: fnln - View all of My Reviews

This is a great collection for the Standard Home or Office User of Linux. Also proves and reminds again that you can do everything in Linux that you could do on Windows... and possibly much more. Could expose Linux users to some of the open-source accounting packages like GnuCash which could be used conveniently for Home accounts.


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