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PDF Split and Merge is a free application that allows you to work with PDF files.

Among these options you’ll find the ones to divide the file into different documents, join different files and create only one, extract parts of the original file, mix several documents, change the page order, etc.

You can create groups of tasks and automatize them. Use them as plugins, import and export them when installing the program in other computers.

If you usually work with PDF files, PDF Split and Merge is a really interesting choice.

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January 11, 2017
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PDF documents are becoming increasingly common. Their rise in popularity has led to the creation of several different applications designed to read and analyze these documents.

Of these applications, Xpdf is one of the fastest. This is true not only of how quickly it opens, but also how quickly it shows even the most extensive PDF files, which is almost instantaneous.

Its interface isn’t very attractive, but it serves its purpose. You can clearly see the file you have open, as well as various controls at the bottom to zoom in, find pages, or print.

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January 11, 2017
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Okular is a free, open-source document viewer for GNU/Linux, based in KPDF. It’s capable of reading, naturally, PDF files, as well as other document formats like Postscript, DjVu, and CHM, among others.

In addition to all of the normal features that you would expect from a viewer, like thumbnail previews, comments, bookmarks, zoom, search, etc., Okular gives you the ability to use just one application to view different types of documents which would each normally require a separate program.

The program’s interface is quite accessible, with a top toolbar that controls any aspects related with page view and zoom, and a lateral toolbar where you can make use of thumbnails, bookmarks, and annotations to manage your documents.

All of this makes Okular a comprehensive tool worth your time to try.

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January 11, 2017
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1023K
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Adobe Reader has been the ultimate reader of PDF files for the Windows operating system for many years. Now,as users GNU / Linux you may use this tool to read PDF files.

Thanks to the different display styles that are available, this application lets you to customize the way you view documents. You can also navigate through the pages of the document with the selection of thumbnail sketches.

Other features are instant text searching, the ability to copy text and images, managing attachments, viewer comments and even a printing assistant.

Also, Adobe Reader supports password protected PDF documents.

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January 11, 2017
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GnuCash is a free, open-source accounting and finance app to help you keep track of your financial transactions to date and thus analyze how to spend your money in a better way.

You can set reminders, payment dates, and deadlines to carry out specific operations as well as generate logs and stats according to different preset parameters.

But GnuCash’s most powerful feature is its versatility, making it useful for managing your personal finances or your company’s accounts.

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January 11, 2017
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KMyMoney is a free, open-source program that lets you manage your personal finances and keep track of your financial movements.

KMyMoney aims to be a free alternative to Microsoft Money, offering similar functions on its organized and easy-to-use interface.

It lets you manage one or several bank accounts, add different types of transfers, compile thoroughly detailed movements into one log, compare data from various dates, and schedule different expenditures and deposits classified into categories.

KMyMoney can be good for keeping track of both personal and business finances, offering customization for both accounts and categories, with its versatility being another of its strong points.

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January 11, 2017
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Grisbi is a free open-source application available for multiple operating systems, including GNU/Linux, that will help you keep track of your personal finances.

It can keep track of all the transactions made in one or more bank accounts, as well as automate payments or deposits to be made periodically from your account.

The application includes different profiles to categorize every deposit or payment (salary, gifts, and sales for deposits, and mortgage, loans, or insurance for outgoing expenses).

You can also create different profiles for the entities involved (payer or payee).

This way, you can get valuable stats about how you use your income, have a better control of your expenses, and maybe even save a little money.

Features

  • Simple entry accounting
  • Multi-platforms
  • Multi-currencies
  • Free as in Free speech!
  • Free as in Free beer!

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January 11, 2017
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635K
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It’s always a good idea to keep track of your income and expenditures, as good planning can help you save considerable amounts of money over the long term.

Money Manager Ex is a free, open-source application for GNU/Linux that helps you keep a record of your accounts and get a general overview of your finances.

You can document and classify all your regular transactions, schedule them, and view how they affect your finances in the long term.

Likewise, you can also manage and catalogue your different sources of income as well as its destination.

If you think managing your finances is difficult and boring, Money Manager Ex can prove you wrong.

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January 11, 2017
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wxBanker is a free, open source application that strives to make managing your bank accounts easier by offering a simple interface and basic functionality.

The program can be managed directly from its interface, which doesn’t contain any option windows or huge menus.

From the program window you can add bank accounts, enter transactions, and look at graphs that show each of your account balances.

When you need to enter a transaction you can indicate whether it’s recurrent (if it will repeat for a certain period of time) and make direct transfers between accounts.

Also, wxBanker includes an integrated calculator to help you with transactions and more complex calculations.

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January 11, 2017
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It allows you to keep track of all of your different transactions and even predefine and schedule all of the transactions you want.

It also allows you to transfer funds between accounts, and you can set up automatic transfers if you would like.

It also includes specific tools that allow you to set up a budget or even keep track of your car expenses.

All of this makes HomeBank a utility that is worth trying out.

Fature :

  • Cross platform, supports GNU/Linux, Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X
  • Import easily from Intuit Quicken, Microsoft Money or other software
  • Import bank account statements (OFX, QIF, CSV, QFX)
  • Duplicate transaction detection
  • Automatic cheque numbering
  • Various account types : Bank, Cash, Asset, Credit card, Liability
  • Scheduled transaction
  • Category split
  • Internal transfer
  • Month/Annual budget
  • Dynamic powerful reports with charts
  • Automatic category/payee assignment
  • Vehicule cost
  • Translated in around 56 languages

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January 11, 2017
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272K
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4.4
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CCleaner is the number-one tool for cleaning your PC.
It protects your privacy and makes your computer faster and more secure!

Award-winning PC Optimization

Trusted by millions and critically acclaimed, there’s a reason why CCleaner is the world’s favorite PC optimization tool! Easy to use, one click cleaning so beginners can optimize their computers in seconds. Plus, it’s packed with advanced features for power users.

Faster Computer

Is your computer running slow? As it gets older it collects unused files and settings which take up hard drive space making it slower and slower. CCleaner cleans up these files and makes it faster instantly.

Safer Browsing

Advertisers and websites track your behavior online with cookies that stay on your computer. CCleaner erases your browser search history and cookies so any internet browsing you do stays confidential and your identity remains anonymous.

Over time your registry can become cluttered with errors and broken settings which lead to crashes. CCleaner’s patented registry cleaner clears out this clutter to make your PC more stable.

Quicker Startup

Many programs run silently in the background when you start up your computer. CCleaner helps you get to work, or play faster by letting you disable unneeded programs.

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January 8, 2017
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Comix is a user-friendly, customizable image viewer. It is specifically designed to handle comic books, but also serves as a generic viewer. It reads images in ZIP, RAR or tar archives (also gzip or bzip2 compressed) as well as plain image files. It is written in Python and uses GTK+ through the PyGTK bindings.

feature

  • Fullscreen mode.
  •  Double page mode.
  •  Fit image to window width, height or both.
  •  Rotation and mirroring.
  •  Magnifying glass.
  •  Image enhancements.
  •  Both left-to-right and right-to-left reading modes.
  •  Bookmarks support.
  •  Archive comments support.
  •  Archive editor.
  •  Comic book library.
  •  Reads most common image formats.
  •  Reads ZIP and tar archives natively, and RAR archives through the unrar program.
  •  Runs on Linux, *BSD and virtually any other UNIX-like OS.
  •  Available in over 20 different languages.

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January 7, 2017
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XnViewMP is a fast and efficient image viewer. With it, you can view your entire gallery and use any of the many options and tools it comes with.

Unlike other programs of this type, XnViewMP includes lots of novelties, such as the fact that it supports almost any image format, is multi-platform, and is also completely free. It has a simple and easy-to-use interface similar to that of ACDSee, one of the most popular image viewers out there.

All the files can be classed in different ways: by category, rating, color, or even tag. You can also rename files and edit metadata in batches. XnViewMP can also take a screenshot of any part of your desktop, though it doesn’t include any image editing features.

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January 7, 2017
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0.76 (32-bit)
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If you’ve ever used a GNU/Linux distribution with the Gnome desktop environment, you’ve probably used Eye Of Gnome, the desktop’s default image viewer.

Eye Of Gnome boasts simplicity and speed of response, which means it offers little more than displaying images individually.

The image formats that can be opened are: ANI, BMP, GIF, ICO, JPEG, PCX, PNG, PNM, RAS, SVG, TGA, TIFF, WBMP, XBM, and XPM.

Eye Of Gnome also includes some tools for viewing and editing images as a slide show, in full screen mode, or through an image browser.

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January 7, 2017
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Most of the time you don’t need a photo editor to just view your images. You just need to view them and nothing else.

If that’s the case, you might want to try GPicView, a free and open-source image viewer that only lets you view images, offering a few other features, such as rotating the image, but without any extra editing tools.

Another feature that stands out about GPicView is that it consumes very few resources. Together with its simplicity, this makes it very pleasant to use.

You can also set it as the default image viewer for your system.

Features:

  • Extremely lightweight and fast with low memory usage
  • Very suitable for default image viewer of desktop system
  • Simple and intuitive interface
  • Minimal lib dependency: Only pure GTK+ is used
  • Desktop independent: Doesn’t require any specific desktop environment
  • Open source, licensed under GNU GPL

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January 7, 2017
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117K
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When it comes to programs dedicated to viewing graphics, we have those that aim to consume the fewest possible resources, and then those that sideline efficiency concerns in favor of more power and better results.

GLiv probably falls into this second category, making use of OpenGL to improve its rendering capabilities.

GLiv lets you complete simple actions with your pictures quickly and smoothly, including rotations, zoom, and screen adjustments. It also includes a mini image browser to quickly locate the pictures you want to view.

Lastly, it lets you view presentations of the images in the file you’ve loaded with nice transition effects.

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January 7, 2017
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217K
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There are many comprehensive image viewers out there for Linux. Sometimes, however, they’re just too complicated for what you actually need them to do. This application presents a simpler kind of solution.

GQview is a free and open-source application for GNOME that lets you easily view images and pictures as you browse the folders of your hard drive.

To help you navigate through your system intuitively, GQview includes a directory tree browser right in its interface. It lets you preview images, and easily takes you to the exact location of the images you’re looking for.

GQview also incorporates other interesting features, including the automatic rotation of images using the EXIF information, and the possibility to add image editors that are useful for retouching your pictures.

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January 7, 2017
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4K
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Created to be simple and elegant. It’s minimalistic interface provides more screen space for your images. Among its features are:

  • Fullscreen & Slideshow
  • Rotate, flip, crop, save, delete images
  • Animation support
  • Browse only selected images
  • Navigation window
  • Set image as wallpaper (Gnome 2, Gnome 3, XFCE, LXDE, FluxBox, Nitrogen)
  • EXIF and IPTC metadata
  • Simple interface
  • Configurable mouse actions

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January 7, 2017
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130K
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1.1
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Geeqie is a simple open-source image-viewing application for GNU/Linux that’s careful about using too much of your CPU.

The program has a simple and functional appearance, with the main window divided between the image viewer and the file browser, letting you access your pictures without having to open a file explorer.

It lets you edit the EXIF, IPTC, and XMP information of each image and also make some simple visual adjustments like rotation/flip, black and white view, etc.

features

  • EXIF, IPTC and XMP metadata browsing and editing
  • interoperability, easy integration with other software
  • geeqie works on files and directories, there is no need to import images
  • fast preview for many raw image formats
  • tools for image comparison, sorting and managing photo collection

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January 7, 2017
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1.16M
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1.0
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You can now get kflickr via my Ubuntu PPA (Personal Package Archive). If you use Ubuntu making use of the PPA will allow you to stay up to date with any new releases without having to go out of your way. You also get the security in knowing what you are downloading and installing is signed with my GPG key thus removing the possibility of installing malicious software. To add the PPA visithttp://launchpad.net/~asselsm/+archive/ppa. If you haven’t used any PPAs in the past instructions are linked from the page.

Features

  • Drag-n-drop from other applications (such as Konqueror and DigiKam)
  • Easy editing of your photo properties (title, description, privacy, tags)
  • Access to your Flickr.com list of tags
  • Support for more than one user
  • large Image preview
  • support for the new flickr authentication
  • Batch editing of photos (currently unavailable in the KDE4 release)
  • Proxy server support
  • Support for JPG, PNG and (non-animated) GIF photo formats
  • Photo rotate

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January 6, 2017
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282K
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0.9.1
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gThumb is an image visualizer for GNOME that incorporates additional tools for the editing and management of each image’s information.

Despite its aspect, simple and clear, this program includes numerous options in each of its menus. Examples include a format convertor, an image gallery generator, an image index generator and even the capacity to import your bookmarks plus a CD burner.

Furthermore, it includes a fairly large number of editing and touch up tools, like resizing, rotating, cropping and even correcting the ‘red-eye’ effect on your images.

All this makes gThumb a must have for your GNOME desktop.

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January 6, 2017
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5.04M
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3.0.2
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