For a long time, setting up a WiFi hotspot was never an easy task in Linux. Here we show you an easy way to set up a Wifi hotspot in Ubuntu.
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Many people are switching from Mac to Linux. Here are some of the best Linux alternatives for macOS apps so you can easily switch to Linux with peace.
Have you ever wanted to make your own home theater system? This article will show you the complete installation guide to build a media center with OpenELEC.
Bash is pre-installed on most Linux distros, but it is not the only shell around. Here are 6 alternative Linux shells you can use and try out.
Gaming is not the forte of Linux, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy great games. Here are some awesome open-source Linux games you should try.
There are times when you need to access your Android from the Desktop. For Linux users, here is how you can cast your Android screen to a Linux desktop.
Font rendering is notoriously poor on some Linux distros. Here is how you can improve font rendering in Linux with Infinality and some other ways.
Have you ever wanted to hide files and folders in Linux but have no idea how to do it? This guide shows the simple ways to effectively hide files and folders in Linux.
Switching between Linux distributions can be hard when you’re preserving user data. A solution is to give your Home folder its own partition. Here’s how to do it.
When setting up a new Linux install with an SSD, many don’t know what file system to go with. Here are some of the best Linux filesystems for SSD that you can use.
Have you wanted to get away from Google Play Store yet still get notified when a new app version is available? APKUpdater can help you do so.
Each version of Ubuntu ships with a frozen kernel, and it’s not easy for users to switch kernels. Here’s how you can get and use newer kernels on Ubuntu.
The good thing about the GNOME desktop is that it allows third-party extensions. Here are 10 of the best Gnome Shell extensions to extend the functionality of your Gnome desktop.
When installing Linux, it is possible to have separate Root and Home hard drives or partitions. Here’s how to do that with Ubuntu.
Did you know that instead of using apps you can back up your Android data entirely using the PC? Here is how you can back up your Android data with ADB on Ubuntu.
There are plenty of Linux music players out there, and it is hard to find the best one. Here are some Linux music players you might consider switching to.
There aren’t many calendar apps for Linux, but that’s not to say there are no good options. Here are 5 of the best calendar apps for Linux.
While the Firefox developer edition is available for Linux, its installation is not as straightforward. Here’s how to install Firefox Developer edition in Linux.