Linux Software substitutes for Windows Part 2

For years, in Windows, I used Stone’s WebWriter; and then HTML-Kit; to create and edit webpages – not the greatest software but both very usable… and free! Now I’m using Bluefish Editor; easily as good if not better than the Windows software. I’m also trialling the popular mind mapping tool XMind; – having previously used the web based Text2MindMap;

Clementine Media Player

Clementine Media Player I’ve tried several media players on Linux Mint Cinnamon, Banshee works well as a player, but randomly crashes when manually changing tracks, so I’ve un-installed it. Clementine comes well recommended and appears to be available for many platforms, and most importantly has only the features I need. In the Windows environment I…