Protonmail or Tutanota on your Desktop with ElectronMail

If you have a free account with Protonmail there aren’t many options to use Protonmail on your Desktop. To do so you need to use the Protonmail Bridge which is only available for paid users. ElectronMail solves that problem (As well as for Tutanota). To install Electron-Mail on KDE neon, go to the ElectronMail releases […]

Synchronise or backup your desktop with Syncthing

Syncthing is one of those programs that really makes open source software stand out. It gives you the ability to synchronise your computer with another computer without having to have a server to negotiate the connection. Eg; You change a file on you computer and the file will update on the other. To install Syncthing […]

Installing Chromium on KDE neon

Chromium is the open source base for Google’s Chrome browser which dominates the browser market to the point where many sites don’t work with other browsers like Firefox. While Chromium isn’t the most politically correct choice of browser (In my view it is still too tied to Google) but it is probably a better browser […]

Using pkcon – the PackageKit console client

Pkcon is the preferred way of dealing with packages in KDE neon and is the back end of Discover, KDE neons graphical package manager. You can use Apt as well but you might run into problems with dependencies while updating and in the end it is easier to just use one system. Luckily, pkcon is […]