How to Record System Sound on Linux

How to Record System Sound on Linux

Ever wanted to record whatever you played on your speakers directly to an MP3 file? Here is how you can record system sound in Linux.

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How to Be Your Own Linux Tech Support

How to Be Your Own Linux Tech Support

If you are having issues with your Linux computer, we’re here to show you how to be your own Linux tech support and solve tech problems on Linux.

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LXDE Review: Light as a Feather

LXDE Review: Light as a Feather

For those looking for a lightweight desktop environment, LXDE is the one for you. This LXDE review will cover the basics of LXDE.

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How to Install CentOS on Your Computer

How to Install CentOS on Your Computer

While CentOS is mostly used in servers, it can be used on the desktop, too. Here you’ll learn how to install CentOS on your desktop.

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5 of the Best Linux Laptops in 2020

5 of the Best Linux Laptops in 2020

If you’re shopping for a laptop and know you’re planning to run Linux, here are some of the best Linux laptops you can get in 2020.

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Xfce Review: A Lean, Mean Linux Machine

Xfce Review: A Lean, Mean Linux Machine

Xfce is popular for those looking to create a lightweight Linux system. This Xfce review discusses its user experience, performance and whether it is right for you.

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Top 5 Most Useful Productivity Flatpaks

Top 5 Most Useful Productivity Flatpaks

Flatpaks and other universal package formats are becoming more popular. Here are our choiced of the top five most useful productivity Flatpaks.

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How to Enable and Use Flatpak on Fedora

How to Enable and Use Flatpak on Fedora

As Flatpak is gaining in popularity, here we will show you how to use Flatpak on Fedora. The instructions will also work for any Linux system.

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How to Upgrade to Fedora 32

How to Upgrade to Fedora 32

If you are looking to upgrade to Fedora 32, there are several ways to do it. We’ll show you both the command line and the Gnome Software methods.

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