Looking for a portable operating system that is small, lightweight, customizable, and extremely functional? Libre OS USB is the perfect option.
Emulators open up a world of new gaming options on Linux. These retro gaming emulators allow you to play some of your old favorites on your PC.
If you are a Ubuntu user, you have seen the different repositories: Main, Universe, Restricted, and Multiverse. Here is what each of these represent.
Building a custom Linux kernel sounds terrifyingly difficult, but it’s really not that hard. Learn how to build and package your own kernels on Ubuntu.
i3wm is a powerful tiling window manager that can take your desktop’s organization and efficiency to the next level. Learn how to use it on Ubuntu.
With the WannaCry ransomware making the headlines, many people are wondering if Wanncry is able to infect Linux. The answer is yes, only if you allow it to.
Remote desktop apps allow you to access a computer anywhere in the world. Here are 5 of the best remote desktop apps for Linux that you can use.
There are plenty of Linux distros out there, each with a different focus. Here are some of the best Linux distros designed for privacy and security. Check them out!
KDE Connect is a killer little app that allows your Linux PC to send and receive text messages through your Android phone. Learn how to install it on Ubuntu.
Digital publication is booming. Discover the top free open-source ebook authoring tools available for Linux, and choose the best one for your ebook.
Wine Staging contains loads of improvements and patches to help Linux users run their favorite games better than ever before. Learn how to install it on Ubuntu!
if you have documents that you don’t want others to access, it is best to encrypt them. Here is how to encrypt files and folders with Veracrypt in Ubuntu.
AMDGPU-PRO is AMD’s graphics driver for professional users, but it’s also great for gamers. Learn how to install it on Ubuntu Linux.
Instead of visiting a website on a browser, you can turn it into a web app and launch it like an app. Here is how you can turn websites into apps in Linux.
Discord is a massively popular text and voice chat client for gamers, and luckily it is available for Linux. Learn how to install Discord on Ubuntu.
There are plenty of Microsoft Project alternatives, but only a few are available on Linux desktop. Check out 5 of the best Microsoft Project alternatives for Linux.
There are plenty of great games for Linux and loads more if you count the ones emulators make available. The open source Dolphin emulator brings a huge chunk of the Wii ecosystem to Linux, and that includes plenty of Gamecube titles, too.
Are you looking to switch to a third-party DNS for a better and safer Internet connection? Here’s how you can set up a third-party DNS on Linux.
If you have a need to install Deb packages in Arch Linux, here we outline three ways that you can install the application.
For some reason you may want your PC to bypass the login and get to the Desktop as quickly as possible. Here is how to enable automatic login in Ubuntu.
Ever wanted to have your own self-hosted Linux photo management system? Lychee is a tool that allows users to upload and catalog their photo collections.
For those who are looking for a self-hosted alternative to Slack, Rocket Chat is one of the best. Here’s how to install and set up Rocket Chat on your server.
If you are not a fan of Steam, there is plenty of other software for you to manage your games. Here are 5 Steam alternatives for Linux.
After a long while, Ubuntu is looking to abandon Unity in favor of the Gnome desktop for Ubuntu 18.04. What does this mean, and what’s its impact to its users? Let’s find out.
If you are looking for a self-hosted Trello alternative, look no further than Wekan. This article shows you how to install and use Wekan on your own server.
You should always have a good backup plan in place to safeguard your data. Here is how you can set up an automatic backup of your Linux system to Dropbox.
There is certainly no shortage of financial apps available for Linux. Take a look at 5 of the best personal finance managers for Linux to help you keep track of your money.
If you are not a fan of Dropbox, you can create your own personal cloud with NextCloud. Here’s how you can install and set up NextCloud in Ubuntu.
For a long time, setting up a WiFi hotspot was never an easy task in Linux. Here we show you an easy way to set up a Wifi hotspot in Ubuntu.
Many people are switching from Mac to Linux. Here are some of the best Linux alternatives for macOS apps so you can easily switch to Linux with peace.
Have you ever wanted to make your own home theater system? This article will show you the complete installation guide to build a media center with OpenELEC.
Bash is pre-installed on most Linux distros, but it is not the only shell around. Here are 6 alternative Linux shells you can use and try out.
There are times when you need to access your Android from the Desktop. For Linux users, here is how you can cast your Android screen to a Linux desktop.
Font rendering is notoriously poor on some Linux distros. Here is how you can improve font rendering in Linux with Infinality and some other ways.
Have you ever wanted to hide files and folders in Linux but have no idea how to do it? This guide shows the simple ways to effectively hide files and folders in Linux.
Switching between Linux distributions can be hard when you’re preserving user data. A solution is to give your Home folder its own partition. Here’s how to do it.
When setting up a new Linux install with an SSD, many don’t know what file system to go with. Here are some of the best Linux filesystems for SSD that you can use.
Have you wanted to get away from Google Play Store yet still get notified when a new app version is available? APKUpdater can help you do so.
Each version of Ubuntu ships with a frozen kernel, and it’s not easy for users to switch kernels. Here’s how you can get and use newer kernels on Ubuntu.
When installing Linux, it is possible to have separate Root and Home hard drives or partitions. Here’s how to do that with Ubuntu.
Did you know that instead of using apps you can back up your Android data entirely using the PC? Here is how you can back up your Android data with ADB on Ubuntu.
There are plenty of Linux music players out there, and it is hard to find the best one. Here are some Linux music players you might consider switching to.
There aren’t many calendar apps for Linux, but that’s not to say there are no good options. Here are 5 of the best calendar apps for Linux.
While the Firefox developer edition is available for Linux, its installation is not as straightforward. Here’s how to install Firefox Developer edition in Linux.
There are plenty of features in Ubuntu Unity, some of which you may not know about. Here are 5 Ubuntu Unity features you should check out.
Many people are running Windows 10 on their PC but want to try out Ubuntu. Here’s how you can dual boot Windows 10 and Ubuntu.
Unknown to many, there are plenty of customization options for the terminal in Linux. Here we will show you how to customize the terminal in Ubuntu.
More and more ebooks are starting to replace physical books. Here are some of the best ebook readers for Linux that you can use. Check them out!
There may be times where you need constant access to your current IP address. Here is how you can display your IP address in the system tray in Ubuntu.
Mac’s touchpad and its multi-touch gestures really put a lot of laptops to shame. This article shows you how to get the same multi-touch gestures in Ubuntu.