If you're looking for an interactive CLI process killer for Windows, macOS or Linux take a look at Gkill, an open-source beauty written in Go.
This cool retro terminal emulator lets you code like it's the 1980s. It has a variety of vintage effects and layouts. Better yet, it's open-source.
Want to know exactly when you last booted your Ubuntu machine, or how long it’s been since you last did? Probably not —but I’m going to show you how anyway. Detailed boot information can be useful when […]
The command line remains so incredibly popular because it’s so incredibly versatile. You can do a lot in a terminal. You can manage your OS, apps and files; you can connect to remote servers, watch […]
Let's say you need to compress and optimize a JPEG image on Linux. How do you do it?
Most of us appreciate that the command line is a versatile, powerful tool, but few are aware that it can be used to do more than just run a package, development and system-orientated tasks.
Today we highlight a weather tool that even the most dour-faced of weather app detractors may actually like: command-line weather forecasts.
Command-line helper tool CLI Companion is hurtling towards a new release - one that brings with it several important changes. More information, links and download info inside.
This neat little tip was dropped off in our inbox by a reader called Darren – so thanks goes to him. Become a lazy geek “Fed up with typing ‘sudo apt-get install blahblah’, ‘apt-cache search […]
Scared, intimidated or just out-right confused by the command line interface? You neededn’t be with CliCompanion. Whilst the command line is a powerful, and impressive tool most users don’t need to go near it thanks […]