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Old 08-11-2018, 10:33 AM   #1
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LXer: GNOME Pomodoro: A Time Utility Tool That Increases Productivity


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Hello readers, today Iíll be covering on how to increase your productivity and this applies to all types of computer users, especially Linux, just kidding. Believe me most of us who work on computers have suffered back pain, eye strain, stress, and then end up getting frustrated. However, did you know that one can fix all those issues by managing time in intervals and a short break in between? Yes, thatís right, read on below how you can go about that using GNOME Pomodoro.

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