My best Ubuntu applications

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Mendely

I’m using Mendeley to read and annotate PDFs on my desktop and mobile. It can sync your PDFs annotates too ūüôā

 

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Guake Terminal

If you are using terminal frequently, Guake Terminal can help you a lot because Guake is faster than launching a new terminal because the program is already loaded into memory and so can be useful to people who frequently find themselves opening and closing terminals.

 

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Indicator MultiLoad

Via this tool I can check my systems recourses like CPU, Memory, Network and etc

 

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Chromium

I’m using Chromium Browser instead chrome because it’s open-source ūüėÄ

 

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Dropbox

If you want to accessing your files from different devices or sharing files between co-workers it’s bestest solution

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sshuttle

Best Command-line¬†proxy, it’s can send all traffic to¬†your remote¬†Server.

 

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VLC

VLC can play everything ūüėÄ