If your Android phone supports SD cards, you can easily mount an SD card as internal memory and free up space on your phone. Here’s how to do it.
There are desktop authenticator apps that can provide you with the secret key from your desktop. Here are the best authenticator apps for the Linux desktop.
Fancy playing Android games on your desktop? If you want to play Android games on Linux, here is one method to help you do that.
Arch Linux’s Pacman provides users with a simple way of managing packages. Make use of this guide to master Pacman for Arch Linux.
AV1 is one of various codecs developed to compress video files. Here you’ll learn how to enable AV1 video playback in Windows, Linux and macOS.
ArcoLinux is based on Arch Linux and was created with the aim of educating people on how to use Linux. This ArcoLinux review talks about how it works and who it is for.
It isn’t common to hear about virtual assistants for Linux. Here, we’ll take a look at two virtual assistants that are available for Linux.
The most recent Linux 5.7 kernel update was released earlier this year and brings with it some exciting changes. Let’s explore some of its best features.
FydeOS is a fork of Chromium OS aimed at the Chinese market. You’ll learn here how to install FydeOS on Raspberry Pi and will experience a quick walkthrough of the OS.
Pop!_OS is an Ubuntu spinoff that is optimized for an efficient and fluid workflow. Check out our Pop!_OS review to learn about its best features.
There are a few Ubuntu remixes out there, but one of the notable ones is UMix. It makes use of the Unity desktop instead of Gnome. Here is our UMix review.
If you rely on VPN to browse the web securely, it can be frustrating when it doesn’t work. Here are some ways to fix your VPN not connecting issue.
Most of us will probably need to use a translation tool at some point in our lives. Here are some of the best language translators for Linux.
Multipass is a lightweight VM manager that allows you to easily and quickly launch a Ubuntu virtual machine. Here is how you can do so.
Have you ever wanted to search the Web while typing away on the command line? There are a few ways for you to search the Web from Terminal. Check them out!