Learn how to make use of the Optical Out (S/PDIF) port on your PC to set up an audio connection and enjoy the best your audio system can offer.
Lubuntu 20.10 returns updated, upgraded, and all-around improved. Check out this Lubuntu review to see what has changed, whether for better or worst.
Not all apps come with the shortcut keys for you to do the things you want. Learn how to use AutoHotkey to create app-specific shortcut keys.
Sometimes you may only need the audio clip in a video file. Here are a few ways for you to quickly extract audio from the video files.
Most PCs become slow over time. If you feel your Ubuntu system is becoming “slow,” here are a few ways to speed up your Ubuntu.
Most people don’t know how to back up their partitions because it seems complicated. Apart GTK makes it easy to back up partitions in Linux.
Your USB flash drive can get corrupted easily. If you are having a faulty USB drive, learn how to repair a corrupted USB drive in Linux.
If your compressed file is still too big for you to share with others, a solution is to compress and split the files into smaller parts. Here’s how to do so in Ubuntu.
ZRAM is a great solution to trade some CPU horsepower to gain more RAM. Here is how you can configure ZRAM in Ubuntu for better performance.
If you have too many startup applications, your desktop will lag when you log in. Learn how to delay startup applications in Ubuntu.
Retroarch crashing? That PS1 core not working? Or maybe you’re unable to download cores? Learn how to fix Retroarch not working issues.
When using a virtual machine, there are times when you need to share files between the host and the guest. Learn how you can do so on both VMware and VirtualBox.
If you have a malfunctioning USB drive, formatting it may be the best way to get it working again. Here are some ways to format a USB drive on Windows.
If you’re using Arch Linux, you have the advantage of using AUR to install almost any software. Find out what AUR is and how to use AUR in Arch Linux.
When using Clonezilla, it may not allow you to restore your backup to another partition. Here is the fix to get Clonezilla to restore to a different partition.
For those shortcut key lovers out there, here is a long list of keyboard shortcuts for Ubuntu. Most of them should work in most Gnome-based distros.
Logitech keyboards don’t support Linux well, but you can use g810-led to help you control your Logitech keyboard’s lighting and make it useful.
The Window Manager and the Desktop Environment are similar but different. Learn the differences between a window manager and desktop environment.
If you’ve installed Steam games in Linux and heard a cracking in the audio, then you are not alone. Here’s how to fix the Steam games cracking sound issue in Linux.
There are several ways to manage your keyboard shortcuts in Linux. Here is how you can assign or remap keyboard shortcuts in Gnome and KDE.
Ananicy is a modern auto-nice solution to help you automate app priority in Linux. You can create profiles for software that you want to prioritize.
While Raspberry Pi is popular, that doesn’t mean you have to use it. Here are some of the best Raspberry Pi alternatives to check out.
Researching a topic can be very tedious. Zotero can help by making your research process easier and keeping your notes well organized.
Bash variables can help to make it easier to write bash scripts. Learn what bash variables are, how they work, and how you can use them.
If you are tired of your Windows OS, here are some of the best Linux distributions for Windows users looking to switch to Linux.
Do you know that the Linux Live CD you created can be used to rescue your PC? Here’s how to use the Live CD to back up your files from Windows.
How can you play Nintendo DS games on Linux? DeSmuME is a Nintendo DS emulator that lets you relive the glory days of the DS right on your PC.
Mac and Windows users have plenty of options for podcast production. Here are the essential tools for recording podcasts on Linux.
Do you always check the time difference when scheduling meetings with your colleagues? Learn how you can add multiple timezones in Ubuntu.
Plank is a useful launcher dock for Linux. Let’s see how you can install and configure Plank in Ubuntu for quick access to your favorite apps.
Git is the revision control system created by Linus Torvalds. Its emphasizes speed and efficiency. Here is the beginner’s guide to Git.
Let’s take a trip into the land of KDE’s desktop effects and see how you can use them to improve both your desktop’s aesthetics and usability.
Learn how to make an image background transparent in Photoshop to easily incorporate it with another image or design.
Zeit is a graphical app that makes managing your cron jobs very easy. Let’s see how it allows you to easily create cron jobs in Linux.
Rewind is a feature found in many modern emulators. Learn how rewind works and how you can rewind your game in various emulators.
Do you have plenty of notes in need of organization? Let’s see how Obsidian can organize your notes with links, relations and knowledge base.
If you prefer to use abstract desktop backgrounds as wallpaper, you can easily create your own with Trianglify Wallpaper. Here’s how.
It is never easy to navigate the file system in Linux terminal. nnn allows you to easily do so without having to type any commands.
Autokey is a text expansion application for Linux. Learn how you can use Autokey to create shortcuts, hotkeys or automate stuff.
CopyQ is one of the best cross-platform compatible clipboard managers. You can copy multiple snippets and edit them to update their contents. Here’s how CopyQ works.
Deepin is a rising star among Linux distributions. What does it offer compared to other distributions? How is it in actual everyday use? Let’s find out.
When you need to search the Web from the terminal, S can be an helpful tool. It supports many search engines, and you can search with a simple command.
If you want to have a Linux distro that is tailored to your needs, the best way is to create own custom Linux distro. Here’s how to do it.
You might have come across a boot partition in your Linux installation and wondered if you need the boot partition in your Linux setup. Here are the answers.
Emulating the PS3 on a PC is not an easy task due to its complicated architecture. Thanks to RPCS3, now you can easily play PS3 games on your PC.
Conky is a useful piece of software to display information on your Linux desktop. Here are some of the coolest, best-looking Conky themes.
Regular expressions allow you to pick out precise patterns in text right down to the character and let you become a master of search.
Ubuntu does not have the latest version of Krita in its repository. Let’s see how to install the latest version of Krita on Ubuntu.
In Bash, not all characters are equal. Here are some of the more important ash special characters you should know.
In Ubuntu, you may encounter the “no installation candidate” issue when installing an application via the terminal. Here are some ways to fix it.