Linux is a free and open source operating system, and it has a huge library of accompanying free applications. While there are commercial applications available for Linux, it is quite easy to setup a complete and functional Linux operating system using only free software. Most of these application can be downloaded and installed from a central repository using what is known as a package manager. Popular Linux distributions like Ubuntu have repositories with over 30,000 applications.
This guide will list some of the best Linux applications available, as well as hints and tips on how to use them.
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