It is easy to change the application icon in Linux. Let’s see how you can change your application icon directly from the terminal.
Designing your own custom business card is not as hard as it seems. Let’s see how you can make your own business card with the open-source and free Scribus.
If you don’t like how your Grub boot menu looks, you can configure it according to your taste. Here is how you can easily change the Grub background.
A checksum allows you to check if the file you downloaded is genuine and has not been tempered. Learn how to check and verify checksums in Linux.
If you are a Linux user, you can use Gnome Maps to find the best route to your desired destination and export the map as a PDF to take with you.
Xenia is the first emulator to bring dozens of Xbox 360 games to our desktop. Learn how to use the Xenia emulator to play Xbox 360 games on your PC.
Canonical decided to drop support for 32-bit computers, so they stopped releasing Ubuntu 32-bit ISO. So what can you do now?
There are many reasons for high CPU utilization in Linux, but the most common one is a misbehaving app. Here’s how to fix high CPU usage in Linux.
If you are a fan of Ubuntu but not Gnome, you can use other Ubuntu flavors. Let’s see how they differ and which Ubuntu flavor is more suited to you.
With modern PCs now having 8GB or more of RAM, is there still a need for a dedicated swap space? if you are using Ubuntu, do you need swap in Ubuntu?
You hear good things about Ubuntu but may not be ready to make the jump. Learn how you can try Ubuntu without installing it on your computer.
It can be very frustrating when you cannot open the Terminal in your Linux machine. This shows how to fix it when your Ubuntu machine can’t open its terminal.
If you’d prefer to manage all your tasks directly from the terminal, Taskbook allows you to do that using simple commands.
Is it possible to create the HTML code of a site in seconds? It is possible if you’re using Emmet. Here you’ll learn how to use Emmet to create an HTML page.
Higan is one of the best SNES emulators abd allows you to play the vast majority of SNES games. Here is how you can play SNES games in Ubuntu.
Ubuntu desktop comes with the top bar and side panel intact. Learn how to hide the top bar and side panel in Ubuntu 20.04 and use your apps in full screen.
ZFS comes with a snapshots feature for you to revert your operating system to an earlier state. Learn how to use ZFS snapshots in Ubuntu 20.04.
If you need access to more fonts in your line of work, here is how you can install fonts in Ubuntu 20.04 and add many fonts in one single command.
There are plenty of icon sets for Linux to radically change your desktop’s looks. Let’s see some beautiful Linux icon themes to upgrade your OS’s look.
Ubuntu released its latest long-term support version 20.04 Focal Fossa. Has it improved over its previous version? Read our Ubuntu 20.04 review here.
Java is not installed by default in Ubuntu, but it is required to run Java applications. This article will show you how to install Java runtime in Ubuntu.
Gnome3 doesn’t make it easy for you to manage your workspaces. Let’s see how you can work with multiple workspaces in Gnome.
Need to share files between your mobile phone and PC? Here you’ll learn how to share files between Android and Ubuntu on your local network.
If you are a new Linux user, you might not know how to configure the firewall in your system. Here is how you can set up a Firewall in Linux.
When downloading large files, it’s worth using a download manager like Persepolis. Learn how you can download files faster with Persepolis.
Freeplane is one of the best free open-source mind mapping software. Let’s see how you can use Freeplane to create mind maps.
Are you looking to create your own custom folder icon? Here are the step-by-step instructions to create a simple folder icon in this Boxy SVG tutorial.
Pigz is a multi-threaded implementation of gzip that allows you to compress files to the gzip format quickly. Here is how to compress files with pigz.
If there is only a specific icon you’d like to swap, Gnome 3 provides a simple way to do that. Learn how you can easily change icons in Gnome 3.
You can make use of quickFilters in Thunderbird to create filters from any incoming email and emulate the priority inbox feature in Gmail.
A screenshot is a good way to show others what is on your screen. Let’s see how you can easily take a screenshot and annotate it with Ksnip in Linux.
Instead of having to disassemble your Linux PC to look at each part individually, you can use HardInfo to display the hardware information of your PC.
If you need to send documents to Windows users, you may need to use Microsoft fonts on the documents. Here’s how to install Microsoft Fonts in Linux.
When formatting a hard disk to install your Linux system, you have to decide on the best Linux filesystem to use. EXT4 is the most popular, but is it the best?
Did you know there are keyboard shortcuts in Bash you can use to edit or tweak your commands quickly and avoid having to retype everything?
Resilio Sync is a great solution for syncing files between devices. It creates a P2P network between your devices, so your files stay on your devices.
If you prefer to type with your voice rather than the keyboard, here are some of the best web apps for you to dictate your notes online. Check them out.
To install third-party software in Ubuntu, you have to add PPAs to the system. Here you’ll learn how to manage PPAs with Ubuntu’s Software & Updates.
AnsiWeather is a shell script designed to display the current weather conditions in the terminal. Here’s how to use it to check weather from the terminal.
KDE’s screenshot tool insists on including a shadow when capturing the screen. This shows how to take screenshots without the shadow in KDE.
With shar, you can easily create a self-extracting compressed file archive in Linux. Here’s how to use it to pack a group of files into a single “shar” file.
Why waste paper when you can sign your documents digitally? All you need is your digital signature, the PDF you want to sign, and GIMP! Let’s see how!
Modern browsers come with Web Developer Tools that allow you to inspect a site’s inner workings and make live-edits, watching the results in real-time.
Kodi doesn’t have a native parental controls feature, but you can easily set it up to be child-friendly. This shows how to set up parental controls in Kodi.
If you find yourself creating similar texts in the Terminal every day, why not simplify the process and create a text template script in bash?
Is your Firefox browser stuttering, freezing, crashing, or eating up gigabytes of RAM? Here’s how to troubleshoot your Firefox when issues start showing up.
Buying a CPU is not as easy as it seems. Learn about the factors that affect CPU performance so you can make a better purchase decision.
If you are into retro gaming, you may have come across files with a “.chd” extension. What are CHD files, and why is their file size so large?
Sublime Text is one of the most popular code editors around. Here’s how to install Sublime Text on Ubuntu, enable Package Control, and install packages.
QOwnNotes is a free, open-source, multi-platform, and feature-rich notepad that allows you to manage your notes, tasks, and edit documents in markdown.