Are you using Google Calendar and want to integrate it to your Linux system? Here is how you can add Google Calendar integration to Ubuntu.
Linux (especially Ubuntu) tips & tricks
For those command line geeks who want to do a Google search from the command line, what solution do you have? Googler is the answer for you.
Qgit Viewer is a Qt-based Git-viewing tool for Linux. It allows you to view Git repos with a GUI. Here is how to install Qgit viewer in Ubuntu.
Diff is a command line tool that allows you to compare two files and see the differences between them. Here is how you can use diff to easily compare files in Linux.
Have you ever wanted to learn “scripting” in Linux but are not sure where to start? This beginner’s guide shows you how easy it is to start scripting in Linux. Check it out!
The desktop search feature in Linux is really lacking. Here is a solution to do a more comprehensive file search in Linux and find the files you want.
If you are looking to improve the security of your Linux system, check out Firejail that can sandbox all processes and reduce the risk of security breaches.
macOS and Windows 10 have good HiDPI support for high-resolution monitors. Here are the best Linux desktop environments to use with HiDPI displays.
In Windows 10 there are two different ways to move the clock to the right corner on the taskbar. Follow the one that suits your needs.
Due to legal implications, playing DVDs in Linux is not as straightforward as it should be. Here’s how you can configure your system to play DVDs in Linux
While it is easy to stream Youtube videos on VLC, it is not as easy to stream other online videos to VLC. This tutorial shows you how to do so.
If you are a student who uses Linux, you can use these Linux education apps to improve your studying and learning experience.
If left unchecked, your system cache might take up a big chunk of your storage and memory. Here’s how you can quickly clear the system cache in Ubuntu.
If you’ve dual-booted Windows and Linux, you might notice that Grub always defaults to the first entry of the bootup list. Here’s how to set Grub to save the last selected entry.
Rather than searching for emojis on the Internet, you can also search for emojis on your system. Here’s how you can do that in the Linux command line.
Other than Firefox and Chrome, there are tons of browsers out there that you can use. Here are 5 other Linux browsers you might not have heard of.
Switching to Linux doesn’t mean you have to give up on your Windows applications. For Office users, here’s how to install Microsoft Office 2013 in Linux.
If you want to find out what’s happening in another workspace without switching over, you can now get a live preview of another workspace in Ubuntu. Here’s how.