Ranveer
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A desktop e-mail client for multiple accounts
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11 votes

How about the good old Mozilla Thunderbird? It's open-source, cross-platform and a lot of support is available online. It covers all the features you need (except the optional one). Plus it has got ...

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Free alternatives to Matlab that run on Linux?
9 votes

I would recommend Scilab as I have used it and found it to be a decent open-source alternate for MATLAB. It doesn't have the robustness and polish of a professional package, but since it's based on ...

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What is a good LaTeX editor for writing thesis?
7 votes

I would recommend TexMaker. With one-key-press compilation and a good looking/intuitive GUI, TexMaker is the software for you. Plus, the wizard is really helpful. Texmaker includes wizards for the ...

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Free service for scheduled cross-posting to major social networks
6 votes

I think Buffer would best solve your purpose. Buffer is an auto-posting service that’s widely used to schedule posts to Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and even App.net. In addition to these services, ...

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Software to capture screen and create tutorial about using some software
6 votes

Have you tried EzVid? Ezvid is a screen recorder program that comes with an in-built video editor where you can split your recordings and add text in between two clips, creating a slideshow effect. ...

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Linux distribution for daily use on an old netbook
4 votes

Puppy Linux I guess Puppy Linux would best fit your system. Puppy Linux is designed to be extremely lightweight. When installed to a USB flash drive, it consumes only ~100 MB of space — ~256 MB if ...

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Drawing ER diagrams inferred from functional dependencies
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I generally use draw.io for drawing both ER and UML Diagrams. It's got a simple drag and drop interface useful for visualizing ER models on the go. It won't compute functional dependencies for you ...

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Exceedingly simple expense app
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I personally prefer Expense Manager by Markus Hintersteiner. Why do I like it over thousands of other like it? The design is simple, unbloated and looks good No ads User defined categories You can ...

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