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`ALBERT`: A FAST, LIGHTWEIGHT QUICK LAUNCHER FOR LINUX

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`Albert` is a relatively new quick launcher for Linux, which might remind you of Alfred (Mac) or Synapse (Linux). Using it, you can quickly launch applications, open files or perform web searches.

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Adobe's Photoshop Ditched for Krita at French University Due to Lack of Support

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Krita is considered to be a digital painting application, but it's best described as a raster graphics editor. No matter what you call it, the Paris 8 University has decided to drop Adobe's Photoshop and to adopt Krita instead.

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6 Linux Apps to Watch For in 2015

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The Linux landscape is ever changing. Over the last few years, the flagship open source tool has found levels of acceptance thought unreachable for software running on a free platform. That momentum isn’t going to let up. In fact, 2015 promises to be a very bright year in Linux land ─ from enterprise Linux all the way down to the desktop. In fact, the Linux desktop should find 2015 to be a rather exciting time.

Why? Applications. There are some outstanding projects on the horizon that could easily bring the Linux desktop into a realm of relevancy it has yet to enjoy.

Let’s take a look at six such projects and see what they have to offer.

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`Caffeine` App Gets Its Indicator Back With New 2.8 Release

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Caffeine is a tool used to temporarily prevent the activation of the screensaver / lock screen / sleep mode when using full-screen windows. The application is useful when using video players that don't do this automatically, when listening to music while not using the computer, etc.

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Also: Professional Software for Digital Painting Krita Receives Numerous Fixes

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Productivity on Linux: 7 Apps for Note-Taking

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As a college student, it’s important to be able to write down notes efficiently and find them quickly when needed. As a Linux user, you sadly won’t have access to official desktop clients for Evernote, OneNote, and Simplenote. However, that doesn’t mean that you can’t get stuff done, including writing notes.

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