My Favorite Linux Software

Update: I have created a uses page to list the tools and software I use.

This is a list of GUI-Software that I need to have installed on all my (Arch-)Linux workstations.

This is not a complete list of all the software I use on a daily basis (like Git, Neovim, ranger, Tmux, ..), but it’s a quick mock-up of what I tend to use somewhat regularly when it comes to GUI-Software.

  • Flameshot Screenshot Tool
  • Shotcut free, open source, cross-platform video editor
  • GIMP free, open source, cross-platform image editor
  • Audacious Simple to use Audio Player
  • KeepassXC Password Manager
  • Sublime Text 3 A sophisticated text editor for code, markup and prose
  • Audacity Free, open source, cross-platform audio software
  • Gpick Advanced color picker and palette editing tool.
  • Pinta Pinta is a free, open source program for drawing and image editing. Its goal is to provide users with a simple yet powerful way to draw and manipulate images.
  • Key-mon Screencast utility that displays your keyboard and mouse status.
  • screenkey Tool to display your keys inspired by Screenflick
  • Pencil Cross-platform, open-source GUI prototyping tool
  • GParted Free partition editor for graphically managing your disk partitions.
  • LibreOffice Free Office Suite
  • Google Chrome Web Browser
  • Vimium Vim keybindings for Chrome browser navigation