ZFS comes with a snapshots feature for you to revert your operating system to an earlier state. Learn how to use ZFS snapshots in Ubuntu 20.04.
Flatpaks and other universal package formats are becoming more popular. Here are our choiced of the top five most useful productivity Flatpaks.
Are you looking to provide a Wi-Fi access point for your business? Here you’ll learn how to turn Raspberry Pi into a captive portal Wi-Fi access point.
If you need access to more fonts in your line of work, here is how you can install fonts in Ubuntu 20.04 and add many fonts in one single command.
If you’re using SSH to access your Pi, you may want to enhance its security with 2FA. Learn here how to set up two-factor authentication on Raspberry Pi.
Highlighted and clarified here are the differences between RHEL, CentOS, and Fedora, and why one may or may not be the best choice for your usage.
Pop!_OS is an Ubuntu spinoff that is optimized for an efficient and fluid workflow. Check out our Pop!_OS review to learn about its best features.
One of the easier ways to play Blu-ray on Linux is to use Windows software through Wine. Learn how you can use Lutris to play Blu-ray on Linux.
There are plenty of icon sets for Linux to radically change your desktop’s looks. Let’s see some beautiful Linux icon themes to upgrade your OS’s look.
PCLinuxOS is known for doing things differently than other distros, so what makes its users so happy, and how does it stack up for the Average Joe?
Ubuntu released its latest long-term support version 20.04 Focal Fossa. Has it improved over its previous version? Read our Ubuntu 20.04 review here.
There are a few Ubuntu remixes out there, but one of the notable ones is UMix. It makes use of the Unity desktop instead of Gnome. Here is our UMix review.
Java is not installed by default in Ubuntu, but it is required to run Java applications. This article will show you how to install Java runtime in Ubuntu.
Cockpit is an extensible web application to help you monitor and manage your Linux system. Learn how to manage your Linux system with Cockpit.
Gnome3 doesn’t make it easy for you to manage your workspaces. Let’s see how you can work with multiple workspaces in Gnome.
Need to share files between your mobile phone and PC? Here you’ll learn how to share files between Android and Ubuntu on your local network.
Most of us will probably need to use a translation tool at some point in our lives. Here are some of the best language translators for Linux.
If you are a new Linux user, you might not know how to configure the firewall in your system. Here is how you can set up a Firewall in Linux.
As Flatpak is gaining in popularity, here we will show you how to use Flatpak on Fedora. The instructions will also work for any Linux system.
Pigz is a multi-threaded implementation of gzip that allows you to compress files to the gzip format quickly. Here is how to compress files with pigz.