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How To Install Java 8 On Ubuntu 18.10, Ubuntu 18.04 And Derivative Systems

As you may know, the Oracle Java 8 (stable) has been recently released, coming with a lot of changes and new features. Installation instructions: Due to the fact that the Java 8 installer is avalable via PPA, installing the software

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How To Install UberWriter 2.1.2 On Ubuntu Via Flatpak

UberWriter is an open-source writing application, with markdown support and features for exporting files to PDF, RTF, ODT and HTML, via pandoc. The software allows the users to write in either fullscreen or the focus mode, that highlights the sentence

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How To Install LibreOffice 6.1.3 RC2 on Ubuntu

As you may know, LibreOffice is the most popular, open-source Office suite, available by default on some of the most popular Linux systems. Recently, LibreOffice 5.0.4 has been released, bringing bug-fixes only, including: Use the elementary icon set by default

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How To Install Skype 8.34.0 (Stable) on Ubuntu And Derivative Systems

As you may know, Skype is a popular instant messaging and video conference application, acquired a few years ago by Microsoft. The latest stable version avaible is Skype 8.34.0, which comes with a bunch of changes. Installation instructions: In order

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How To Install KDE Plasma 5.14.4 On Ubuntu/Kubuntu 18.10

As you already know, KDE is one of the most popular desktop environments available for Linux systems, being the mail desktop environment of Kubuntu. The latest version available is KDE Plasma 5.14.4, which has been released recently. According to the

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How To Install AppGrid 0.298 on Ubuntu

As you may know, App Grid is a lightweight, closed source but free alternative for the Ubuntu Software Center. It has a modern and intuitive graphical user interface, offering a grid view of the installable applications, including screenshots and ratings.

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How To Install VueScan 9.6.22 On Linux

As you may know, VueScan is a software that permits the users to easily scan documents via either Flatbed and Glass. Basically, it uses the scan driver (virtual interface) and provides a user interface, so that the users can scan

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How To Install TeXstudio 2.12.14 on Ubuntu

As you may know, TeXstudio is an open-source integrated writing environment for creating LaTeX documents. Among others, it has syntax highlighting features, an integrated viewer, reference checking, completion for references and bibliography entries, access to over 1000 mathematical symbols easy

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How To Install PlayOnLinux On Ubuntu 18.10, Ubuntu 18.04 And Derivative Systems

As you may know, PlayOnLinux is a frontend for Wine, the popular software for running Windows applications on Linux and Mac OS X. The latest PlayOnLinux version available is PlayOnLinux 4.3.3, which has been recently released, coming with a bunch

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How To Install Wine 3.0.4 On Ubuntu

Wine (Wine Is Not An Emulator) is an open-source compatibility layer software app that enables the Linux and Unix users to run Windows software on their systems, via the Winelib software library. The latest version available is Wine 3.0.4, which

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