Understanding the differences in Linux vs. BSD will allow users to choose the best open-source operating system for them.
Bash variables can help to make it easier to write bash scripts. Learn what bash variables are, how they work, and how you can use them.
It is annoying to run a command in your terminal and see it run for hours. Learn how to run bash commands in the background.
Gnome shell provides an easy way for you to access your Google files in the desktop. Here’s how to integrate your Google account into GNOME Shell.
If you are tired of your Windows OS, here are some of the best Linux distributions for Windows users looking to switch to Linux.
It is very easy to set up a local web server on various OSes. Here we show you how to set up Apache web server on Linux, macOS and Windows.
Do you know that the Linux Live CD you created can be used to rescue your PC? Here’s how to use the Live CD to back up your files from Windows.
Linux ls commands offer a flexible way of listing filesystem contents and help to navigate around the command line with ease.
Clear Linux is a Linux distribution created by Intel, and it’s tailored at developers and anybody who’s using Linux as a tool rather than a desktop.
How can you play Nintendo DS games on Linux? DeSmuME is a Nintendo DS emulator that lets you relive the glory days of the DS right on your PC.
Mac and Windows users have plenty of options for podcast production. Here are the essential tools for recording podcasts on Linux.
You can choose from a number of innovative docks for Linux in order to organize your applications and monitor resource usage.
Do you always check the time difference when scheduling meetings with your colleagues? Learn how you can add multiple timezones in Ubuntu.
Plank is a useful launcher dock for Linux. Let’s see how you can install and configure Plank in Ubuntu for quick access to your favorite apps.
Admins can choose from a large number of Linux port scanners when performing security audits or monitoring network services.
Git is the revision control system created by Linus Torvalds. Its emphasizes speed and efficiency. Here is the beginner’s guide to Git.
Let’s take a trip into the land of KDE’s desktop effects and see how you can use them to improve both your desktop’s aesthetics and usability.
The Linux find command is one of the most important and handy commands in Linux systems. Here’s how you can use it to find files in Linux.
The open-source network-monitoring package evillimiter makes it very easy for Linux and Windows users to control their Wi-Fi network.
As another video conferencing option, MIcrosoft Teams is available for Linux, too. Here’s how you can install Microsoft Teams on Linux.
Linux users can automatically back up files to Google drive using the open-source package google-drive-ocamlfuse and the cron utility
Many people hate the way Gnome creates and destroys its workspaces. Here we show you how to disable automatic workspaces in Gnome.
Zeit is a graphical app that makes managing your cron jobs very easy. Let’s see how it allows you to easily create cron jobs in Linux.
Symlinks are essential for linking files and directories, but they can easily break without notice. Here’s how to find broken symlinks in Linux.
To transfer files securely to your server, you can make use of Secure Copy, or SCP. Learn how to use SCP file transfer to send files securely.
There are many other browsers available for Linux, and it’s good to try them out. Here are three great alternative web browsers for Linux.
Learn how to install and use Microsoft Defender on Linux to make sure your IT department can scan your machine for threats.
If you are using Linux, you have used Gnome Shell before. This GNOME Shell review goes through the pros and cons of GNOME and who is it for.
It is never easy to navigate the file system in Linux terminal. nnn allows you to easily do so without having to type any commands.
Btrfs is one of the “Copy on Write” filesystems that allows you to easily create snapshots. Check out this beginner’s guide to Btrfs to get started.
Gnome has a night light feature that you can easily turn on. Here’s how to configure the color temperature of Gnome night light.
Tar typically uses only 1 CPU core when compressing files. Here is how you can make use of all CPU cores when compressing archives with Tar.
If you install CentOS on your desktop, you will find Gnome as the default desktop environment. Here is how to install KDE Plasma on CentOS.
Autokey is a text expansion application for Linux. Learn how you can use Autokey to create shortcuts, hotkeys or automate stuff.
Need to meddle with your hard disk partition? Here we show you how to create and resize partitions with GParted.
Deepin is a rising star among Linux distributions. What does it offer compared to other distributions? How is it in actual everyday use? Let’s find out.
When you need to search the Web from the terminal, S can be an helpful tool. It supports many search engines, and you can search with a simple command.
What partition setup should you use when installing Linux? Follow this quick quide to find out Linux partition schemes and how to go about doing it.
Sugar is a desktop environment that’s designed for kids, education and ease of use, and it’s built very well for what it is. Check it out!
If you want to have a Linux distro that is tailored to your needs, the best way is to create own custom Linux distro. Here’s how to do it.
Linux works well on a new PC build, though there are some parts that you should take note of. Here is how to build a new PC for Linux.
You might have come across a boot partition in your Linux installation and wondered if you need the boot partition in your Linux setup. Here are the answers.
Package managers are able to fix broken packages to get your system working again. Here we cover how to fix broken packages in Linux.
A virtual on-screen keyboard can be useful as a touchscreen monitor. Here’s how to set up a virtual on-screen keyboard in Linux.
You’d be amazed by just how many different text editors are out there. Here are some of the best Linux text editors you can use.
Openbox is a lightweight and highly configurable window manager. Learn how you can install Openbox and configure it on your Linux PC.
If you have enjoyed using Unity on Ubuntu in the past, check out this Unity desktop review and see how much has changed.
Conky is a useful piece of software to display information on your Linux desktop. Here are some of the coolest, best-looking Conky themes.
Vagrant provide an easy way to create, configure and reproduce virtual machines with a known state. Here’s how to use Vagrant on Linux
Gnome Photos is default photo management app in Gnome. This guide will show how to add photos, create albums and share images with Photos.