Linux can be confusing for those Windows users looking to switch. Here are some of the most commonly asked questions (and answers) about Linux.
Are you losing GBs of storage space because you forget to clear your trash? Learn how you can get Ubuntu to empty trash automatically with AutoTrash.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux is the enterprise-level Linux distribution. Here we’ll show you how to use a Red Hat Enterprise Linux system for free.
If you want everything gone from your Ubuntu desktop, including all the desktop icons, learn how you can hide desktop icons in Ubuntu 20.04.
Xfce is popular for those looking to create a lightweight Linux system. This Xfce review discusses its user experience, performance and whether it is right for you.
Ubuntu and Linux Mint are based on the same codebase but are different in implementation. Read on to find out how they differ and which one’s best for you.
Is it possible to get a better sound quality from your computer? You’ll learn here how to improve your Linux PC audio with PulseEffects.
If you’re the only one using your Linux computer, why have it continuously nag you for password? Learn how to use sudo without a password in Linux.
ArcoLinux is based on Arch Linux and was created with the aim of educating people on how to use Linux. This ArcoLinux review talks about how it works and who it is for.
Keen on learning how the Cinnamon desktop works? Here we’ll cover the Cinnamon desktop, its user experience and performance and who should use Cinnamon.
It is easy to change the application icon in Linux. Let’s see how you can change your application icon directly from the terminal.
Fedora has plenty of Desktop Environments for you to explore. Here we will show you how to switch Desktop Environments in Fedora.
Linux provides a good platform for building a virtualization workstation for your own use. Here is how to create a Linux virtualization workstation from scratch
KDE Plasma is one of the most popular Linux desktop environments. This KDE Plasma review will cover its user interface, performance and who should use it.
If you don’t like how your Grub boot menu looks, you can configure it according to your taste. Here is how you can easily change the Grub background.
While GNOME Shell is minimal, it is not intuitive and easy to use. Let’s check out some Gnome extensions that make the desktop easier to use.
A checksum allows you to check if the file you downloaded is genuine and has not been tempered. Learn how to check and verify checksums in Linux.
If you are a Linux user, you can use Gnome Maps to find the best route to your desired destination and export the map as a PDF to take with you.
Elive is a Linux distribution based on Debian and Enlightenment. This Elive review will discuss how it performs and whether it can be the distro for you.
Canonical decided to drop support for 32-bit computers, so they stopped releasing Ubuntu 32-bit ISO. So what can you do now?
With the release of the Raspberry Pi Imager tool, it is now very easy to install Ubuntu on Raspberry Pi. This tutorial shows you how.
You may think NeXTSTEP is now lost to time, but you can still use the same interface on a modern Linux PC with Window Maker. Here’s how to do it.
There are many reasons for high CPU utilization in Linux, but the most common one is a misbehaving app. Here’s how to fix high CPU usage in Linux.
If you are a fan of Ubuntu but not Gnome, you can use other Ubuntu flavors. Let’s see how they differ and which Ubuntu flavor is more suited to you.
It isn’t common to hear about virtual assistants for Linux. Here, we’ll take a look at two virtual assistants that are available for Linux.
Elementary OS Hera 5.1 has been out for a while now. Here we’ll explore what’s new, what to expect, and how it stacks up against rival desktops.
With modern PCs now having 8GB or more of RAM, is there still a need for a dedicated swap space? if you are using Ubuntu, do you need swap in Ubuntu?
Fresh out of 1997 and sporting a handy semi-GUI interface, Mp3blaster provides an easy-to-use music player that runs in your terminal.
The most recent Linux 5.7 kernel update was released earlier this year and brings with it some exciting changes. Let’s explore some of its best features.
You hear good things about Ubuntu but may not be ready to make the jump. Learn how you can try Ubuntu without installing it on your computer.
Fedora Labs are pre-built images of Fedora 32 Workstation that provide users of several use cases access to an image bundled with the necessary software.
It can be very frustrating when you cannot open the Terminal in your Linux machine. This shows how to fix it when your Ubuntu machine can’t open its terminal.
If you are new to Elementary OS, you might be confused at how to handle application windows. Here is how you can minimize windows in Elementary OS.
Sometimes you need to manually assign CPU cores to programs in order to gain the best performance. Learn how you can use taskset to do that in Linux.
Fedora Silverblue is an immutable variant of Fedora Workstation, which means its core cannot be edited. Here’s why I believe Fedora Silverblue is the future of Linux.
If you’d prefer to manage all your tasks directly from the terminal, Taskbook allows you to do that using simple commands.
Windows Subsystem for Linux is a great place to start trying Linux. Here we’ll show you how to install Linux on Windows 10 with WSL.
Need to know which packages to install? Learn how to search for packages in the Terminal for both Ubuntu and Debian-based systems with apt and apt-get.
Both Fedora and Ubuntu are similar yet different from each other. Here we cover Fedora vs. Ubuntu and examine which one is better for you.
Higan is one of the best SNES emulators abd allows you to play the vast majority of SNES games. Here is how you can play SNES games in Ubuntu.
Compton is a desktop compositor that can run on even low-end hardware. Learn how you can speed up your Linux desktop with Compton on Mate, Xfce and KDE.
Ubuntu desktop comes with the top bar and side panel intact. Learn how to hide the top bar and side panel in Ubuntu 20.04 and use your apps in full screen.
EndeavourOS is a very user-friendly Arch-based Linux distro. This review will cover the installation, customization, and features of the distro.
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.