Applications

 

Articles in the Applications category feature instructions on how to install and use applications, programs, and services on Linux.

How to Open WebP Images on Linux

The WebP image format, developed by Google, manages to yield incredibly small file sizes for pictures. This has made it the ideal format for web hosting, since websites can deliver images much more quickly. The problem is that many applications still can’t open WebP files. In this tutorial, you will learn how to add WebP …

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How to Install Notepad++ on Manjaro

While there are alternatives to Notepad++ on Linux, such as gedit, Sublime Text, GNU Emacs, and others, it isn’t easy to replace the many benefits Notepad++ has. Notepad++ possesses valuable features such as syntax highlighting, macro recording, full support for many programming languages including HTML, text autocompletion, and much more. In this tutorial, you will …

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How to Change LibreOffice Language and Spell Check on Ubuntu

If you want to use a different or additional language in LibreOffice, that language pack must be installed separately. In this tutorial, you will learn how to change the language for LibreOffice, and you’ll also see the steps for configuring the spell check feature to work with your language of choice. The steps below have …

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How to Install WhatsApp on Manjaro

WhatsApp is a free messaging application used by over a billion people worldwide. WhatsApp provides secure, reliable voice and video calls that can be made locally or internationally with a Wi-Fi or cellular data connection. WhatsApp is available for multiple devices, like computers, tablets, and phones. Even though there’s no download link for Linux on …

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