GeoGebra is free Java-based software to learn and teach algebra and geometry. Installation packages are available for Windows, Linux/Ubuntu, and Mac.
Taskbar Tweaker is a little app to modify the Windows 7 taskbar to your liking. Download it here.
Bacula is an open-source network backup system released under the AGPL license. It’s available in the Ubuntu repositories.
Store Manager for PrestaShop is a Windows desktop application for managing PrestaShop, a Magento e-commerce alternative. Basically instead of clicking around in the PrestaShop web admin interface, you can update products and categories with the Windows application.
With Magento having been bought by EBay, some people think it’s future is insecure as an open-source e-commerce platform and are looking for alternatives.
I looked around and found two: PrestaShop and Drupal Commerce.
Read on for more about them.
Bleachbit removes accumulated cruft from your Linux and Windows installations.
If you design websites, you’ve probably had to view a site in multiple versions of Internet Explorer.
Unfortunately, you can only usually have one version of IE installed on your computer.
Now Micrsoft has come out with a way preview web pages with multiple versions of IE.
Someone complemented me the other day that I’m pretty organized. I’m going to be sharing what I use to keep organized in upcoming blogposts.
For one, I use something called Zim. It’s a desktop wiki program.
Read on for more.
Frozen Bubble is a fun game for wasting time while you’re waiting for TPS reports to print.
No long-winded strategy, no enemy aliens, no unwieldy artillery targeting. Just shooting marbles mindlessly.
Read on for screenshots and installation.
gEdit is the main text editor for the default desktop environment in Ubuntu. It’s also available on Windows and Mac. It can open multiple files in tabs in a single window. I often have tens of files open when working on a project. It’s a pain to have to open every single file again when switching projects.