Thanks to a group of impressive developers, Android apps can now run on Linux. Here are the steps to do it.
Linux (especially Ubuntu) tips & tricks
Image viewers are useful when you just want to check out a few photos. Here are six great image viewers for Linux that you should check out.
For those who are missing the Linux terminal in Windows, you can use Cygwin to do the same task. Learn how to install and configure Cygwin in Windows.
Firefox doesn’t integrate well in Gnome Shell desktop theme. Here are some ways you can use to make it looks like it truly belongs on the Gnome 3 desktop.
Let ‘s say you have a spreadsheet that is in the wrong row order, how can you easily reverse the row order? This simple trick will help you to do that.
How well a solid state drive performs is dependent on how you use it. Here is what you shouldn’t do to your SSD on Windows so as to keep it in top shape.
The new H.265 compression standard can provide substantially improved video quality at the same bit rate. Learn how you can encode H.265 video with ffmpeg.
If you love the command line and like listening music while doing work, you’ll be thrilled to know that Pandora can be accessed through command line as well.
Are you a Linux gamer looking to stream gameplay to Twitch? It is not an easy task, but with Castawesome, you can get it done easily.
If you want to change the color of your folder icons without installing a new icon set, Dolphin Folder Color for KDE is a great solution.
A PPA allows you to install third party software, games, proprietary drivers that are not in the Ubuntu repository. Check out these useful PPAs for Ubuntu.
You can easily check if your computer is running 24/7 by checking its uptime. Here is how you can do so in Windows and Linux.
The good thing about Linux is the ability to customize almost everything, including the icons. Here are 5 beautiful icon themes for you to choose.
SymphonyOS started life back in 2004, and after a hiatus of several years, it has been renewed with the aptly named phoenix series. Let’s check it out and see how it performs.
Are you looking for an easy way to create a screencast on your Linux desktop? ScreenStudio could be the one for you.
If you care about file organization on your Linux machine, you can easily find and remove duplicate files via the command line or with dupeGuru.
Xargs is a useful command that lets you perform multiple command line operations in a single command. Learn how you can put it to good use.
PCLinuxOS has recently released its first version for 2014. The new version uses Linux kernel 3.15.9, runs KDE and includes NVIDIA and ATI fglrx drivers. Let check it out.