Just because you are using XFCE doesn’t mean it has to be ugly. Looking to spice up the look of your XFCE desktop? There’re plenty of XFCE themes around.
It’s fairly easy to extract a zip archive in Linux. Even so, there are more advanced ways you can open zip files and deal with their contents.
Google doesn’t provide an official Google Drive client for Linux. Here we have compiled a complete list of all the unofficial Google Drive clients for Linux.
Streaming services are more popular than ever, but many don’t support Linux. Take these simple steps, and you’ll be watching streamed content on Linux in no time!
Dropbox on Linux has dropped support for all other filesystems except for Ext4. This shows how to get Dropbox working agin in non-ext4 filesystem.
Did your hard drive just crash and you can’t save to your home partition? These six Linux tools can help you retrieve your data and get your digital life back on track.
If you use Linux, there will be a time when you need to know more about your network. The ss command is useful for you to monitor your network connection.
SCP and SFTP are two secure alternatives for FTP. FTP sends data in plain-text, while the other two use the Secure Shell (SSH) protocol for communication.
If you’re shopping for a laptop and you know you’re planning to run Linux, check out this list of the best Linux laptops that will work flawlessly.
Microsoft doesn’t offer a syncing tool for their OneDrive service for Linux. Here we show you how to sync OneDrive with Linux using the onedrive script.
System monitoring tools will help you spot any service failures before they impact users. These are some of the best system monitoring tools you can use with Ubuntu.
Linux offers plenty of options to make your PC your own. The ability to choose virtually any keyboard layout is one of them. Learn how!
For sharing files between different operating systems, it can easily be done with Network Share. Here’s how you can transfer files between Linux and Windows.
It is easy to schedule task on Linux, particularly with the “at” command. Pretty much any action you can think of can be scheduled with the “at” command.
Linux distros are continuing to improve apace. While there isn’t truly a one-size-fits-all solution, we’ve picked out the best Linux distros of 2019.
Homebrew is a handy tool for Mac users, and now it is available for Linux and Windows under the name Linuxbrew. Here is how Homebrew for Linux works.
iTunes is the primary way that Apple users use to access their music, but it is not available for Linux. Learn how you can access your Apple Music in your Linux machine.
Running out of disk space on your computer can cause issues and update failure. Learn how you can check and manage disk space in Linux.