Graphical programs I use usually in Linux

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Those are the programs that more or less, I use always in all my Linux workstations.

I use Ubuntu LTS. I like how they maintain the packages.

I like to run the same base version in my Desktops, like I have in the Servers. So if I have my Servers deployed with Ubuntu 20.04 LTS, then my Desktops will run with the same version. Is a way to get to better know the distribution, compatibilities, run faster than the problems, and an easy way to test things. If I have several deployments with several versions (so LTS not upgraded) I may run VMs with that version as Desktop or Server, to ensure compatibility. And obviously I use Docker and a lot of Command Line Tools, which I covered in another article.

Audacity sound recorder and editor

Charles Proxy

Chromium web browser

The Chrome Extension of LastPass for Teams

Filezilla

Firefox

GIMP

IntelliJ

LibreOffice

OpenShot Video Editor

PAC

Packet Tracer from Cisco

PHPStorm

PyCharm

Slack

Skype (usage going down in favor of Zoom and Slack)

VirtualBox

Vmware Workstation

VokoscreenNG Screen Recorder

Wine (Windows Emulator)

Zoom

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