Visual Studio Code First Impressions

Visual Studio Code First Impressions

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.

By Attila Orosz -
How to Make a Watermark on Videos in Kdenlive

How to Make a Watermark on Videos in Kdenlive

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.

By Derrik Diener -
Ubuntu Snappy – What You Need to Know

Ubuntu Snappy – What You Need to Know

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.

By Attila Orosz -
5 User-Friendly Terminal Applications

5 User-Friendly Terminal Applications

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.

By Attila Orosz -
Re-enable Upstart on Ubuntu 15.04

Re-enable Upstart on Ubuntu 15.04

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.

By Derrik Diener -
Should You Upgrade to Ubuntu 15.04?

Should You Upgrade to Ubuntu 15.04?

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.

By Derrik Diener -
The 4 Best Email Clients for Linux

The 4 Best Email Clients for Linux

So, you need an email client for Linux. There are a many – maybe too many, honestly. It’s because of this that we’ve made it easier for you to decide.

By Derrik Diener -
Check Running Processes Like a Power User

Check Running Processes Like a Power User

The ‘ps’ command is an invaluable tool used to check running processes on a Unix system. Discover some amazing options available to ‘ps.’

By Obaro Ogbo -
How to Create Your Own NAS With GlusterFS

How to Create Your Own NAS With GlusterFS

GlusterFS provides network storage which has the ability to be made fault-tolerant, redundant and scalable. Here’s how you can set up your own NAS.

By Sarah Li Cain -
6 Cool Uses of Linux Live CDs

6 Cool Uses of Linux Live CDs

In case you are wondering, here are a few useful and important reasons why you might want to have a Linux live CD with you all the time.

By Vamsi Krishna -
5 Grep Tools for Linux

5 Grep Tools for Linux

grep is a reliable tool for in-depth file searching. The following tools extend grep’s functionality and wrap it in a full-fledged graphical interface.

By Ivana Isadora Devcic -
How to Secure Your Newly Installed Ubuntu

How to Secure Your Newly Installed Ubuntu

While Ubuntu is generally secure, there are some default settings that can be exploited easily. This article will show you some ways to secure your Ubuntu.

By Obaro Ogbo -
Manage Your Photos with KPhotoAlbum

Manage Your Photos with KPhotoAlbum

Many photo managers for Linux are only good for viewing. KPhotoAlbum is a powerful KDE application that allows you to organize many photos at once.

By Ivana Isadora Devcic -
KKEdit: A New Text Editor for Linux

KKEdit: A New Text Editor for Linux

KKEdit text editor was inspired by BBEdit and it brings the best of its features to Linux in a lightweight, fast, GTK2-styled package. Let’s check it out.

By Ivana Isadora Devcic -
5 Great Openbox Themes

5 Great Openbox Themes

Openbox is one of the best window managers for Linux, and you can easily make it your own with the themes. Here are 5 of the best themes for Openbox.

By Derrik Diener -