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15 Must Have Linux Applications

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An operating system is of no value whatsoever without needed applications to get things done on a day to day basis. And even though this sounds obvious, it's something that is on the minds of many new Linux converts.

Will they be able to relinquish control over their tired, older legacy apps on the Windows desktops? While finding usable, Linux compatible alternatives?

In this article, I'll share fifteen software titles I use frequently -- often everyday. These are applications that quite literally make using the Linux desktop a real pleasure.

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