Linux Deepin has evolved both visually and in functionality. Let’s check out the brand new “homemade” desktop environment, custom applications and more!
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If you’re interested in monitoring the temp on Linux, you’ll need a terminal-based program called lm-Sensors. It has a lot of other uses too. Check it out.
Microsoft will soon release a cross-platform code editor called Visual Studio Code for ASP.NET & Node apps. Here’s a closer look at the Linux version.
Using Linux and want to create a video watermark? No problem. Kdenlive is the most powerful open source video editor available for Linux. Here’s how it works.
Looking for distraction-free writing software for Linux? You’re in luck. Here are three applications for you. Check them out.
Canonical has released a new cloud operating system called Ubuntu Snappy Core. Wondering what it’s all about? Want to try it out? This guide is for you.
When it comes to Linux, you have open source drivers & proprietary video drivers that come directly from a manufacturer. Wondering which to use? Read on.
Fan of Mario Kart? If so, you’ll love SuperTuxKart, a similar racing game for Linux. It has seen a major overhaul in its newest release. See what’s new.
In this article, we will learn how to create an encrypted USB drive in Ubuntu Linux which is great for safeguarding your data.
The following five user-friendly terminal based applications in this article are proof that the terminal can be intuitive, easy to use & even fun at times.
Some people are unhappy about systemd in the new Ubuntu release. If you’re one of those people, here’s a trick that will remove Systemd & put Upstart back.
The MediaBox 5440 is a small form-factor Linux desktop that is fast and extremely customizable. This in-depth review looks at its features, pros and cons.
Zimbra Collaboration Suite is a collaborative software suite that includes an email server and web client. Use this guide to install it in Ubuntu server.
Redshift, free software for Linux, automatically adjusts your screen’s colour temperature based on your location and the time of day. Here’s how it works.
Atop is an interactive monitor to view the load on a Linux system. In this article we will discuss how to perform load monitoring using this tool.
Still using Ubuntu 14.04 or 14.10? Not sure whether it’s worth upgrading to Ubuntu 15.04? In this article we’ll help you decide which is best for you.
Nautilus in Ubuntu has gotten rid of features to sort files by extension. Here is how you can restore the feature and the ability to sort files by extension.
Using smem, you can view a color-coded bar and pie chart of the memory used by processes in a Linux system.