TAG EDITOR Ear Tag
Version: 0.2.1 Web: https://github. com/knuxify/eartag
AUDIO MANIPULATION Easy Effects
Version: 7.0.0 Web: https://github.com/ wwmm/easyeffects
KNOWLEDGE PLATFORM Logseq
Version: 0.8.11 Web: https://logseq.com
OSM EDITOR JOSM
Version: 22.10 Web: https://josm.openstreetmap.de
Version: 7.3.0 Web: https://github. com/PowerShell/PowerShell
Nifty note-taking with Obsidian
Nate Drake walks you through adopting the almighty Markdown-based note-taking app Obsidian to see whether it lives up to its legend.
Create better QR codes
Mike Bedford reveals how to get creative with your QR codes to draw attention to them better and help people sign up to newsletters and more.
Elegoo Neptune 3 Pro
Denise Bertacchi wishes everything in life could be relied upon to add more features while remaining excellent value.
Petoi Bittle Robot Dog
The rise of quadruped robots is upon us - their mission to boost STEM and Al learning with Anj Bryant.
Contributing for non-coders
Aaron Peters, who is a coding tinkerer at best, describes some ways that non-technical folks can contribute to open source projects.
OpenRGB gets a big update
Extensive new device support.
AMD opens up ray tracing
The Radeon Raytracing Analyzer finally goes full open source.
Rust testing the kernel LLVM is ready to check your distro.
OpenSUSE to drop early 64-bit CPUs
Tumbleweed moves to x86-64-v2 – do you even know which version you have?
“The peasants are revolting,” cries The Management, but really it’s just Jonathan Bolding serving up their afternoon tea and biscuits.
An impressive beginner distro that’s well worth your time, even if you spend most of it tweaking the settings, says Mayank Sharma.
Kali Linux 2022.4
If you exist in the grey twilight between good and evil, and want to look cool while doing it, David Rutland has just the distro for you.
Nate Drake explores how WattOS can bring your ancient hardware to life with this zippy, if spartan Linux distro.
AMD Ryzen 5 7600X
A beastly \"budget\" gaming CPU that Christian Guyton has found has one big temporary drawback.
Shashank Sharma takes the feature-rich site builder for a test drive.
ReactOS: the open source Windows
Entering an alternative universe, Michael Reed takes a look at an open source stand-in for the Microsoft Windows operating system.
Design and build your dream Pi robot
In his latest series, Les Pounder explains how to plan, design and build your very own Raspberry Pi robot from the basics up.
Ubuntu Unity 22.10
Nate Drake takes you on a trip down memory lane as the Unity Desktop makes its official comeback to Ubuntu.
Voyager Live 22.10
Nate Drake explores the glorious union of Gnome and Xfce in a single OS. You'll never look at your desktop the same way again.
Nate Drake discovers there's lots to love about the fast, lightweight and stable operating system that is AntiX.
Improve your typing
Years ago, when Shashank Sharma had more hair on his scalp than cheeks, he decided to master touch-typing. With these tools, so can you.
Les Pounder is getting to an age where things need to be simple, so when someone said \"Keep It Simple, Stupid\", he took no offence.
Phrozen Sonic 8K
Bigger prints, finer details, Linux support - is that all too much for a girl to ask for, Denise Bertacchi wonders?
Build your own bespoke USB device
Les Pounder uses his snake charming skills again to prove how easy it is to make USB devices with Python and the cheapest of Pis.