Dillo has been the lightweight browser of choice for Linux users and is still used by ultra-light distribution, but how well does Dillo function in 2020?
You may think NeXTSTEP is now lost to time, but you can still use the same interface on a modern Linux PC with Window Maker. Here’s how to do it.
Elementary OS Hera 5.1 has been out for a while now. Here we’ll explore what’s new, what to expect, and how it stacks up against rival desktops.
Fresh out of 1997 and sporting a handy semi-GUI interface, Mp3blaster provides an easy-to-use music player that runs in your terminal.
If you are new to Elementary OS, you might be confused at how to handle application windows. Here is how you can minimize windows in Elementary OS.
Sometimes you need to manually assign CPU cores to programs in order to gain the best performance. Learn how you can use taskset to do that in Linux.
Need to know which packages to install? Learn how to search for packages in the Terminal for both Ubuntu and Debian-based systems with apt and apt-get.
Audacity has become the go-to choice for easy wave editing. Here are some of the best Audacity features you may not know about.
Compton is a desktop compositor that can run on even low-end hardware. Learn how you can speed up your Linux desktop with Compton on Mate, Xfce and KDE.
How do the various Android desktops stack up? We tested Android x86, Bliss, Phoenix OS and PrimeOS to decide which Android desktop is the best in 2020.
One of the easier ways to play Blu-ray on Linux is to use Windows software through Wine. Learn how you can use Lutris to play Blu-ray on Linux.
PCLinuxOS is known for doing things differently than other distros, so what makes its users so happy, and how does it stack up for the Average Joe?
Do you have a video with sound running through only one of your speakers? You can easily fix these bad stereo issues with Audacity. Here’s how.
Linux Mint has more than one flavor, including a lighter Xfce version. Check out our Linux Mint Xfce review to see how it fares against its big brother.
Keen on playing old DOS games in your Linux computer? This guide covers how to install DOSBox for Linux and how to automatically mount your C: drive.