When a new release is available you will see a green gift icon in the top left area of the application as seem in the next image. By clicking on it and following the link you will be able to get the newest version. For the latest release information, follow TagSpaces on Twitter or Google+.
Tag, You're It! How to Manage Files on Linux with TagSpaces
You feel like you've tried it all, but nothing seems to work. I'm talking about productivity advice. There are so many tips on how to organize files, but has it ever occurred to you that those chaotic folders are not your fault? What if your OS is part of the problem?
Test Your Password Strength with the Same Tool Hackers Use
Is your password secure? We've all heard a lot of advice about what sorts of passwords you should never pick - and there are various tools that claim to assess the security of your password online. However, these can only be dubiously accurate. The only way to really test the security of your passwords is to...
Up until Ubuntu went public with Unity, out-of-the-box Linux has always been rather ugly compared to both Windows and Mac. (And depending on who you ask, Ubuntu's Unity was even a step in the wrong direction!) If you recently switched from Mac to Linux, or if you're just a regular Linux user who happens to...
Attila Orosz 11th Sep 2015 Linux Bodhi Linux, the long-time advocate of Enlightenment DE, has recently severed its ties with the enlightenment developers due to a number of issues in recent releases of e18/19. Jeff Hoogland, the creator and lead developer of Bodhi, has instead forked the now rock solid e17 and created a new DE called the Moksha desktop.
Create Your Own "Neural Paintings" with DeepStyle & Ubuntu
Neural networks can do a lot of things. They can interpret images, understand our voices, and translate conversations. But did you know they can also paint? A recent research paper (entitled "A Neural Algorithm of Artistic Style") has kicked off a flurry of online discussion with some striking visual examples.
Install & Use Albert, One of the Best Launchers for Linux
Himanshu Arora 13th Sep 2015 Linux There are times when you're deep into your work, and then suddenly a need arises to search something on Google or launch another application or open a file kept somewhere on your system. Not an uncommon situation, right?
Wunderlist | To-do list, Reminders, Errands - App of the Year!
Wunderlist is the easiest way to get stuff done. Whether you're planning a holiday, sharing a shopping list with a partner or managing multiple work projects, Wunderlist is here to help you tick off all your personal and professional to-dos.
The recommended way for end-user installations of Okular is using binary packages: For GNU/Linux and the BSDs use the package manager to find the Okular package (might be part of the broader kdegraphics package) and install it. For Windows have a look at the KDE on Windows Initiative webpage for information on how to install KDE on Windows.
SMPlayer is a free media player than can play virtually all audio and video formats. It can even play and download Youtube videos. Other interesting features: find and download subtitles, thumbnail generator, resume playback.
Browser extensions for social media come in all shapes and sizes. From notification tools to tiny pop-ups, there is one for every taste. Unfortunately, it can be hard to know which ones work well, work pretty well, or do not work at all until you experiment with them.