Not sure if this belongs here, but I’m looking for exactly what the title says. I’m looking for a music player that can support at least two separate music libraries.
I would like to be able to easily switch between the two at will. I’ve tried and tried to google the answer to my question and haven’t stumbled across the answer yet.
Trying to migrate from Windows and finding something to manage my large music collection has been a task. I’ve not been happy with anything that I’ve tried.
Samsung has this great tool called Download Booster, which permits you to download a file from your 4G connection as well as from the wifi, making it way faster. Do you think it would be possible to do the same on Linux (even if it’s application dependent) ?
Thanks, and all the best.
I’m a Windows 10 user and I’ve always loved the idea of an open-source software and I wanted to implement a Linux OS into my PC.
I’m going to have both OS in my PC, but I would like to (with practice and time) make Linux my main OS and I need some advise to choose a Linux OS easy enough for a beginner.
Thanks, all help is greatly appreciated!