Creative Cloud isn’t supported on Linux. There are some applications that come close to the majority of the features of Adobe’s flagship Photoshop. There’s a version of Spotify for Linux, as unexpected as it might be. You use a program called a slicer, when you prepare a file to go to a 3D printer. Besides, Kindle books are the way to go, if you like reading. Oh, you didn’t think you were getting away from your overflowing inbox that easily, did you? Web apps have single handedly liberated us from the oppression of installing and running desktop apps. That’s interesting. VirtualBox has been around forever, is free, and is the goto desktop virtualization solution users on many platforms, while Parallels brought very tight Windows integration to the Mac. a lot. Otherwise, go to town. So a lot. Did we mention it’s free?
It’s free. LibreOffice is a win. Slack has taken the business world by storm, when it comes to team coordination. For those who want a ‘noncommercial’ solution, there’s also Eclipse. Therefore, now, all you need is a subscription to have access to dozens of the world’s most popular music. There once was a time when we bought CDs or even tapes. That’s what I’m doing here. You should take it into account.
I got letters, as you might imagine. Readers demanded to know why I didn’t discuss Linux and how easy it is to switch between Linux and Windows. You should take this seriously. One thing is for sure. As a result, there is some debate over how filecompatible GIMP is with Photoshop.
You must save PSD files in RGB for them to be read by GIMP. Amazon continues its quest for world domination with nearly universal access to books in the Kindle format. The best way to do it is using Pocket, if you want to keep articles to read later.