Symlinks are essential for linking files and directories, but they can easily break without notice. Here’s how to find broken symlinks in Linux.
The debate of the CPU cores count vs. clock speed is neverending. Here we go through the differences and use cases and which is more important to you.
To transfer files securely to your server, you can make use of Secure Copy, or SCP. Learn how to use SCP file transfer to send files securely.
There are many other browsers available for Linux, and it’s good to try them out. Here are three great alternative web browsers for Linux.
If you are still using a slow traditional HDD for your PC, you can now use Intel Optane to speed things up. Find out what Intel Optane is.
Learn how to install and use Microsoft Defender on Linux to make sure your IT department can scan your machine for threats.
If you are using Linux, you have used Gnome Shell before. This GNOME Shell review goes through the pros and cons of GNOME and who is it for.
Btrfs is one of the “Copy on Write” filesystems that allows you to easily create snapshots. Check out this beginner’s guide to Btrfs to get started.
Gnome has a night light feature that you can easily turn on. Here’s how to configure the color temperature of Gnome night light.
Tar typically uses only 1 CPU core when compressing files. Here is how you can make use of all CPU cores when compressing archives with Tar.
If you install CentOS on your desktop, you will find Gnome as the default desktop environment. Here is how to install KDE Plasma on CentOS.
Need to meddle with your hard disk partition? Here we show you how to create and resize partitions with GParted.
What partition setup should you use when installing Linux? Follow this quick quide to find out Linux partition schemes and how to go about doing it.
Sugar is a desktop environment that’s designed for kids, education and ease of use, and it’s built very well for what it is. Check it out!
Linux works well on a new PC build, though there are some parts that you should take note of. Here is how to build a new PC for Linux.
Package managers are able to fix broken packages to get your system working again. Here we cover how to fix broken packages in Linux.
A virtual on-screen keyboard can be useful as a touchscreen monitor. Here’s how to set up a virtual on-screen keyboard in Linux.
You’d be amazed by just how many different text editors are out there. Here are some of the best Linux text editors you can use.
Raspberry Pi can be used for a lot of things. Here we show you how to turn your Raspberry PI into a video conferencing station.
If you have enjoyed using Unity on Ubuntu in the past, check out this Unity desktop review and see how much has changed.
Vagrant provide an easy way to create, configure and reproduce virtual machines with a known state. Here’s how to use Vagrant on Linux
Enlightenment is an extremely lightweight window manager that has a huge amount of utility baked into it. Check out our Enlightenment review here.
Raspberry Pi is widely used as a home server. Here is how to install CentOS on your Raspberry Pi to create a rock-solid home server.
Deepin is not a desktop environment that everybody will feel comfortable with. This Deepin Desktop review will discuss its features and who should use it.
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.
Budgie is a beautiful desktop that aims to provide sane defaults and a beautiful interface. Find out more in this Budgie desktop review.
In the hunt for the lightest Desktop Environments, we pitted LXDE vs. XFCE to see which of them is the better lightweight desktop environment.
Users looking for extreme performance in a Desktop Environment can look no further than LXQt. This LXQt review will discuss who should use LXQt and why.
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.
Many of us have an old PC lying around our house. Before you throw it away, check out these ways to make use of your old PC with Linux.
For those looking for a lightweight desktop environment, LXDE is the one for you. This LXDE review will cover the basics of LXDE.
There are times when you run a task that cause the CPU to become hot. Here are the best system monitors to check system resources in Linux.
The best way to access Windows from your Linux desktop is to create a virtual machine. Here’s how you can install Windows in VirtualBox on Linux.
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.
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 2021.
The Pantheon Desktop is one of the most visually appealing desktops around. This Pantheon Desktop review will show you some of its notable features.
MATE is one of the Linux desktops based on Gnome 2. This MATE review will look at its user interface, performance, and some notable features.
Linux can be confusing for those Windows users looking to switch. Here are some of the most commonly asked questions (and answers) about Linux.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux is the enterprise-level Linux distribution. Here we’ll show you how to use a Red Hat Enterprise Linux system for free.
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.
Keen on learning how the Cinnamon desktop works? Here we’ll cover the Cinnamon desktop, its user experience and performance and who should use Cinnamon.
Fedora has plenty of Desktop Environments for you to explore. Here we will show you how to switch Desktop Environments in Fedora.
Linux provides a good platform for building a virtualization workstation for your own use. Here is how to create a Linux virtualization workstation from scratch
KDE Plasma is one of the most popular Linux desktop environments. This KDE Plasma review will cover its user interface, performance and who should use it.
While GNOME Shell is minimal, it is not intuitive and easy to use. Let’s check out some Gnome extensions that make the desktop easier to use.
Elive is a Linux distribution based on Debian and Enlightenment. This Elive review will discuss how it performs and whether it can be the distro for you.
Fedora Labs are pre-built images of Fedora 32 Workstation that provide users of several use cases access to an image bundled with the necessary software.
Fedora Silverblue is an immutable variant of Fedora Workstation, which means its core cannot be edited. Here’s why I believe Fedora Silverblue is the future of Linux.
Both Fedora and Ubuntu are similar yet different from each other. Here we cover Fedora vs. Ubuntu and examine which one is better for you.
The RAM in a laptop is used to store temporary files so the CPU can process them faster without waiting for a slow hard disk.