Many Android fans have been enjoying Google’s fresh material look, but what about Linux? Enter the Paper GTK theme suite. Here’s how to install & enable it.
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Ever since Gnome version 3.12, it has been possible to disable extension version checks. If you’re wondering how it’s done, keep reading.
Want to broadcast video streams on Linux? Luckily, Open Broadcaster, a pro-grade streaming software, is finally available on Linux. Here’s how it works.
If you play games via Steam on Ubuntu, you may be looking for an easier way to control your games. Luckily, you can use an Xbox 360 Controller. Here’s how.
Using Awesome Window Manager on Linux? Looking to add certain programs to your startup application list? Here’s how to do it.
Did you know there’s an easier way to mount your secondary hard drive on Linux? The process involves a few simple edits to the fstab file on your system.
Are you on a Chromebook, Chromebox or Chrometop & interested in checking out the latest features for Chrome OS? Here’s how to do that by switching channels.
This tutorial will ensure you’re always prepared for the worst on your Chromebook by creating a Chrome OS recovery disk – just in case you must re-install.
Gnome Boxes helps to make virtualization easier. Does it have what it takes to beat out virtual machine programs like Virtualbox or VMware? Let’s find out.
Fed up with Google docs? The days of Google being the only good online office tool (or suite) have ended. Check out these Google Docs alternatives.
Want to listen to Pandora on your desktop but don’t want to use the browser? Check out Pithos, a lightweight Pandora radio client for Linux.
Since there is no official Google Drive client for Linux, the community has taken it upon themselves to create their own. Here are the 4 of the best ones available.
Are you on Fedora 22 and puzzled that after you install you can’t log in or do anything? This is a simple issue with Wayland GDM. Here’s how to fix it.
So, you’ve installed Crouton on your Chromebook. Now, how about making that Linux install just a little bit more useful by enabling auto-start. Here’s how.
If you’re interested in monitoring the temp on Linux, you’ll need a terminal-based program called lm-Sensors. It has a lot of other uses too. Check it out.
Using Linux and want to create a video watermark? No problem. Kdenlive is the most powerful open source video editor available for Linux. Here’s how it works.
When it comes to Linux, you have open source drivers & proprietary video drivers that come directly from a manufacturer. Wondering which to use? Read on.
Firefox sends only one HTTP request per HTTP connection. See how to speed up Firefox by enabling this hidden feature to send multiple requests at a time.
Both Chrome & Chromium are offered on Linux. Both have their pros & cons. Find out if Chromium is a good alternative to Chrome & if it’s a better browser.
Some people are unhappy about systemd in the new Ubuntu release. If you’re one of those people, here’s a trick that will remove Systemd & put Upstart back.