CMD C Is a Clipboard Manager for macOS Designed by Programmers for Programmers

If you’re a programmer in search for a capable clipboard manager, you should give cmd c a try as it might provide you with all features you need from such an app, and it’s designed for Macs. Developed by Romanian developer Băluță Cristian of Imagin Soft, cmd c is a clipboard manager app for Apple’s macOS operating system, designed by programmers for programmers. The app offers a clean and intuitive interface, it’s fast, and, gives you access to all of its features without too much hassle. Among its best features,... Read more

KDE Applications 17.12 Linux Software Stack Ports More Apps to KDE Frameworks 5

The KDE Project today released the beta version of its upcoming KDE Applications 17.12 open-source software suite for GNU/Linux operating systems. Now that the KDE Applications 17.08 series reached end of life last week with the release of its last maintenance update, KDE Applications 17.08.3, it’s time to look forward to the next major update, KDE Applications 17.12, coming December 14, 2017, to a GNU/Linux distro near you. KDE Applications 17.12 entered development a while ago, and, as of today, it’s available in a beta form for public testing. This... Read more

Apple Releases Fourth Beta of iOS 11.2, tvOS 11.2, and watchOS 4.2 for Testing

One day after releasing the macOS High Sierra 10.13.2 Beta 4 update to developers, Apple today updated the betas for its upcoming iOS 11.2, tvOS 11.2, and watchOS 4.2 operating systems to beta 4. The iOS 11.2 beta 4 (15C5110b), tvOS 11.2 beta 4 (15K102a), and watchOS 4.2 beta 4 (15S5102b) builds are now available for download on your devices, no matter if you’re a registered application developer or a public beta tester. Apple released all these betas today to everyone who wants to install them. The release notes published... Read more

How to Easily Remember Linux Commands

The command line can be daunting for new Linux users. Part of that is remembering the multitude of commands available. After all, in order to use the command line effectively, you need to know the commands. Unfortunately, there’s no getting around the fact that you need to learn the commands, but there are some tools that can help you out when you’re getting started. History The first thing you can use to remember commands that you’ve already used is your own command line history. Most Linux shells, including the most... Read more

An ‘Ubuntu Unity Remix’ Might Be on the Way…

A new Ubuntu flavor that uses the Unity 7 desktop by default is under discussion. The plans have already won backing from a former Unity developer. This post, An ‘Ubuntu Unity Remix’ Might Be on the Way…, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!. Read more