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24 Addictive Free Linux Games (Part 2 of 3)

There are many factors that help to make a game a classic. It could be the storyline, the graphics, the engine, the controls, even the different game modes. The folk at LinuxLinks have been obsessed with playing games over the past few months scouring as many titles as possible to find more great games for your enjoyment. Of course, in the final analysis it is the gamer which decides whether a game is a classic.

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Financial software

6 More of the Best Free Linux Finance Software

Our 21 of the Best Free Linux Financial Software highlighted our personal picks in the finance software world covering the finest personal finance, stock trading, investment analysis, and accounting software. Many of those applications receive frequent coverage in Linux publications. For this feature, we have chosen some more finance applications which are definitely worth exploring, but which receive much less attention in the Linux news scene.

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Free to Play Linux Games on Steam

Yes, you are right! There are a relatively small percentage of Linux games hosted on Steam that can be downloaded without a charge. None of the games featured in this article are released under a freely distributable license, and so they are not free in the sense of freedom. But if you want some fun and entertainment without exercising your wallet, look here. What is particularly pleasing is that there are some real gems. Let’s check them out!

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HandBrake

9 Essential Free Linux Transcoders

This article highlights the finest open source transcoding applications for Linux. Individuals that are interested in making digital media available for playback on mobile phones, or make frequent use of Home Theatre software will find transcoding software to be invaluable. Transcoding helps to ensure there is universal access of multimedia content.

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Websites

Complete Frameworks for Quick Styling of Websites

The purpose of this article is to list the finest open source software that lets you dive into responsive design. The software presented here makes it easy to get started with responsive design. Pre-built frameworks get designers up to speed with a limited methodology rather than spending time building an intimate knowledge of CSS positioning. The code is portable, and can be output to documents in a wide array of formats.

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