Getting to Know KDE Applications with Discover – Part 31

Getting to Know KDE Applications with Discover – Part 31

Getting to Know KDE Applications with Discover – Part 31

Today, in this month of June of the year 2024, we bring you one more post corresponding to part 30 from our series of posts on "KDE applications with Discover". In which, we are addressing, little by little, the more than 200 existing apps of said Linux project.

And, in this new opportunity, we will explore 4 more apps, whose names are: KEuroCalc, KEXI, Keysmith and KFind. In order to keep us up to date with this robust and growing set of applications.

Getting to Know KDE Applications with Discover – Part 30

Getting to Know KDE Applications with Discover – Part 30

And, before starting this post about the apps “KDE with Discover – Part 31”, we recommend you explore the previous Related content of this series, at the end of reading it:

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KDE with Discover - Part 31

KDE with Discover – Part 31

Part 31 of KDE applications explored with Discover

KEuroCalc

KEuroCalc

KEuroCalc is a small office software utility that provides a calculator and a universal currency converter to users, in order to facilitate simple math calculations and equivalence results between the Euro and the Dollar, among other known currencies.

KCalc is the KDE project calculator
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KEXI

KEXI is a great free and open source software tool whose objective is to function as a complete visual database application creator. Therefore, it is ideal for use in designing database applications, inserting and editing data, performing queries, and processing data. Also, it is capable of creating forms to provide a personalized interface for the data of said databases. And among its most notable features are some such as including completely visual design tools for tables, queries, forms and reports, the ability to execute queries and offer support for parameterized queries, making direct use of SQLite databases, MySQL and PostgreSQL. And finally, being the only cross-platform graphical tool that can easily import data from MS Access databases.

Biscuits
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keysmith

keysmith is a very useful and efficient free and open application that is used to generate elements for two-factor logins (2FA). Therefore, it is considered a good OTP alternative based on time and cryptographic summaries.

Authenticator: App to generate 2FA authentication codes
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KFind

KFind is a standalone search tool, which can be launched by KRunner or from the KDE Plasma operating system menu. It is also integrated into the Konqueror application, through the "Browse file" option in the "Tools" menu. And consequently, it is useful for searching files by name, type or content. And it is really efficient when executing searching for files matching a pattern, for example, can be run search for files particular type or with certain letters in the file name.

KFind screenshot
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Installing KEuroCalc using Discover

And as usual, the KDE app selected for install today with Discover about my current educational and experimental Respin MX-23 called Miracles GNU / Linux es KEuroCalc. As seen in the following screenshots:

Installing KEuroCalc using Discover - 01

Installing KEuroCalc using Discover - 02

Installing KEuroCalc using Discover - 03

Installing KEuroCalc using Discover - 04

And at the end of the installation, you can now enjoy this useful professional multimedia application, opening it from the applications menu of their respective GNU/Linux Distros.

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Summary 2023 - 2024

Summary

In summary, if you liked this post about the apps of “KDE with Discover – Part 31”, tell us your impressions about each of the apps discussed today: KEuroCalc, KEXI, Keysmith and KFind. And soon, we will continue to explore many more apps, to continue to spread the word about the huge and growing catalog of apps in the KDE Community.

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