Sometimes you just want things to stay between you and ….. you! Luckily, you can even hide the Linux Command Line History by using Incognito Mode. Here’s how.
Linux (especially Ubuntu) tips & tricks
Did you know it’s possible to get weather information via the Linux Command Line without installing a utility? It is, thanks to WTTR.IN! Here’s how.
Tired of making Linux live USB disks over and over again? Meet Linux AIO: a tool that takes all current spins of popular Linux distributions and compiles them into one flashable ISO file.
Like any other software, Linux systems and apps can freeze and stop working at times. Here’s how you can handle App/OS Freezes in Linux.
Want to display keystrokes in screencasts on Ubuntu? Meet Screenkey: a command line app that makes sure your keystrokes are better displayed.
Making live USB disks on Linux has always been hit or miss. This is why Etcher is such a great tool; it means no more bootable flash drives with an error or missing important files.
Some Linux distributions have adopted a Rolling Release Model that will continuously update your operating system; you only have to install your OS once. Here’s a deeper look.
Tired of geo-restricted websites ruining your day? Lantern is an Internet proxy tool worth checking out. It lets you access blocked sites. Here’s how.
Cutegram is a free and open source Telegram client for GNU/Linux focusing on user-friendly compatibility with Linux desktop environments. Here’s how it works.
Tired of Ubuntu’s notifications? nonotifs (aka NoNotifications) is a simple indicator to temporarily suppress notifications of notify-osd (notify-send). Check it out.
Ever wanted to record your Linux desktop and create an animated GIF out of it? Silentcast to the rescue! This software allows you to do both.
Ever encountered the ‘Unable to lock (/var/lib/dpkg/)’ error on Ubuntu? Here are all the aspects related to this error and how to safely get rid of it.
Canonical released Snap in Ubuntu 16.04. Here is what you need to know to start managing snap packages.
WhatsApp recently launched dedicated desktop clients for Windows and Mac OS X only. So what about Linux users? That’s where Whatsie comes into play.
In the next release of Subsonic, the software is going closed source. If you prefer open source software, here are some great Subsonic alternatives.
Animated GIFs have become really popular in the past few years. Here is how you can create and edit animated Gifs from the command line in Ubuntu.
Solus OS is a new Linux operating system that isn’t based on anything. It’s a fresh take on Linux with the message less is more. Here’s a closer look.