Linux and Windows users can also do some of this – see the opening paragraphs of the linked article for details.
Apcupsd is short for APC UPS daemon and is used to interact with and monitor APC UPSes. While initially designed for the APC, it can also talk with some other brands of UPS, including some by Cyberpower.
Switching browsers just got more enticing. Firefox introduces support for Chrome extensions import for better experience.
Source: Firefox Welcomes Chrome Extensions with Open Arms (DebugPointNews)
Similar: Firefox now allows importing extensions from Chrome (Winaero)
Enhance Linux security with OpenSnitch, the powerful application-level firewall that effectively controls your outbound connections.
Ready to unleash the power and versatility of Linux on your Mac? In this guide, we explore several ways that you can run Linux on a Mac.
Those of you who regularly use fullscreen mode for apps and media content in GNOME Shell are gonna dig the following new GNOME extension. It’s called “Peek Top Bar on Fullscreen” because —shock!— that’s exactly what it does: it lets you mouse up to the top of your display when viewing fullscreen content to show the top bar —crucially— without needing to exit fullscreen mode.
Clipboard manager for macOS which does one job – keep your copy history at hand. Lightweight. Open source. No fluff.
Source: Maccy – macOS clipboard manager
Psensor is a GTK+-based application software that is used to monitor hardware temperature and plot Real-Time graphs from the obtained data for quick review.
Source: Psensor – A Hardware Temperature Monitoring Tool for Linux (TecMint)
With this simple trick, the KeePassXC browser plugin can read access data from multiple databases.
KeePassXC offers the possibility to open several databases in parallel. In connection with the browser plug-in, access data can be filled out automatically on websites.
Source: Multiple databases with KeePassXC – GNU/Linux.ch (English translation by Google)
Original Source (in German): Mehrere Datenbanken mit KeePassXC – GNU/Linux.ch
Upscaler is GUI GTK4 software that uses sophisticated AI models to enhance your images by guessing what the details could be.