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How to Start With Vim [Linux]

How to Start With Vim [Linux]

Choosing a text editor is a very important decision for a programmer. This is partly because of the plethora of variables: graphical/non-graphical interfaces, different shortcuts, language specializations, plugins, customizations, etc. My advice is not to try to search for the best one. Instead, choose the one that corresponds best to your habits and your tasks. […]

How to Make Dropbox Icons Work in Ubuntu Oneiric [Quick Tips]

How to Make Dropbox Icons Work in Ubuntu Oneiric [Quick Tips]

If you are using Ubuntu Oneiric and Dropbox at the same time, you will find that the Nautilus Dropbox extension does not work as well as intended. While the Dropbox daemon is working fine and it will sync all files you place in the Dropbox folder, the sync icon and the Dropbox contextual menu is […]

Why Linux? 7 Reasons That Make Linux Great

Why Linux? 7 Reasons That Make Linux Great

There are several reasons that I love using Linux. Ubuntu to be more specific. It’s definitely not for everyone, but if you can get by without the latest and greatest games, it’s generally a great operating system. Sure, there are some annoyances, but name one operating system that doesn’t have any. Want to know some […]

How to Install A Minimal (And Non-Bloated) Ubuntu On Your Old Laptop

How to Install A Minimal (And Non-Bloated) Ubuntu On Your Old Laptop

Ubuntu has always been said as the Linux distro for beginners and entry users. It comes with plenty of free software and most of the things will just work after you installed it. However, if you have noticed, the recent build of Ubuntu is getting more and more resource intensive (with more animation and effects) […]

Knowing Your Linux System Via the Command Line

Knowing Your Linux System Via the Command Line

Every Linux user will tell you the same thing: know your computer. Mine always works not because there are no bugs, but because I know enough to identify their sources every time and correct them. And one of the best ways to monitor your system is through the command line. There are some great GUI […]

How to Remove Recent History Lists In Ubuntu 11.10

How to Remove Recent History Lists In Ubuntu 11.10

If you are using Ubuntu 11.04 or newer, you may have noticed that there is no longer an easy way to clear your recently opened items. They could have chosen to do this for different reasons like accessibility or convenience. However, there are some people who simply don’t want their recently opened files to be […]

Move The Navigation Buttons Back To The Left In Nautilus 3+ [Linux]

Move The Navigation Buttons Back To The Left In Nautilus 3+ [Linux]

¬†With the ever-changing world of Linux, you can expect things to be different for no apparent reason. Some changes are good, and some just cause trouble for users. In this case, it can just flat-out be annoying. Most people will instinctively look to the left of the file manager for navigation links, such as back […]

Best Lightweight Linux Distribution for Older Computers

Best Lightweight Linux Distribution for Older Computers

The problem with advancement of technology is that it makes the old gadgets almost obsolete. And it happens mostly in case of computers. We do not buy computers/laptops every six month or every year, well most of us don’t. But the fast pace of software development always make our six-months old PC looks old and […]