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9 Good Terminal Emulators for Linux

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We have featured a few Terminal emulators before and introduced you to applications like CLI Companion that makes you more familiar with command line in Linux. Now, we want to take it to a whole new level. A collection of really good Terminal emulator apps for Linux.

Guake for its apparent simplicity is my favorite terminal emulator app for Linux. Eventhough Guake is based on KDE's Yakuake Terminal emulator(about which we will see later in the post), the original design inspiration came from consoles in computer games such as Quake which slides down from top of the screen on initiation. Guake is available in default repositories of Fedora, Debian, Ubuntu and ArchLinux. Click here to Install Guake in Ubuntu. Visit Guake download page for more download options.

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