If you’re looking for a way to use Linux that is bloat free, tiling window managers might just be what you’ve been looking for.
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If you’re a KDE user, you’ve probably heard of Konqueror, but did you know you can use Konqueror as a file manager, a web browser, PDF viewer and document editor?
Chromebook doesn’t come with a lot of memory, but here’s a quick fix. You can create swap to solve the memory issue. Here’s how it is done.
While there are tons of cloud storage services, few of them support Linux. Here are some of the best Dropbox alternatives for Linux for you.
Ubuntu is great operating system, but can drain the battery fast on a laptop. Here is how you can enable laptop mode in Ubuntu and other power saving options.
For those of you who love the Mac OS X looks and want to have it in your Linux, Zukimac is a theme that gives Linux a Mac-like makeover.
It is easy to copy, paste and execute a command in the Linux terminal, but there are some commands that can wipe out your system totally. Let’s check them out.
New releases of Ubuntu no longer contain the latest version of Gnome 3. For fan of both Ubuntu and Gnome, you can get the latest version of Gnome on Ubuntu with this method.
While you can temporarily disable the touchpad, wouldn’t you rather have the ability to fully shut it off at startup? Here is how to do so in Linux.
mpv is a simple yet powerful command line media player. it is free, open source and cross-platform compatible. Let’s check it out.