There are many ways to improve your English, but the geekiest one has to be from the Linux terminal. Here’s how you can do that.
Elementary OS released its new version – Loki. How does this new release shape up to the previous releases of Elementary OS? Find out all of this and more as we delve deep into Loki and tear it apart piece by piece in this review.
The Linux kernel has supported the Xbox One controller officially, but setting it up is not as easy. Here is how to set up an Xbox One controller in Ubuntu.
One way to prevent the accidental pressing of the Super key is to disable Super key when in full screen mode. Here is a simple script to do so in Ubuntu.
Looking for a few solid Adobe alternatives for Linux? You’re not alone. Luckily there are some great options currently available.
Todo.txt provides a simple format for recording todo tasks. QTodoTxt is a great todo.txt GUI client for Linux. Check it out.
It can be difficult to remember all the commands in Linux. Betty is a Siri-like helper for the Linux command line that allows you use the Linux command line through natural language input.
Do you know that your data in Evernote is unencrypted by default? If you’re on Linux, and are looking for a secure, encrypted alternative to Evernote, Turtl is one such open source app you should check out.
Want to know how to add a user to Ubuntu server? Here we’ll go over various methods to add users in Ubuntu – add users to groups, set up sudo, and even delete users!
The RecentQuicklist script allows you to add recent files quicklists to Unity Launcher in Ubuntu. Here is how you can use it to improve your productivity.
Frustrated with Windows auto-restarting itself while updating the system? Here is how you can set active hours and custom restart options in Windows 10 to prevent accidental auto-restart from happening.
Browsers aren’t the only tools for downloading files. Want to download more file types or have more control? Here are 5 of the best download managers for Ubuntu.
Apps for Internet radio stations on Linux can be hard to find if you don’t know where to look. Luckily, we’ve found these four great apps for you. Check them out.
Meet Parrot Security OS: a Linux distribution with loads of tools to accomplish your security research along with some useful cloud components. Read all about it!
EncryptPad is an open source text editor for Linux with the ability to encrypt files and encrypt/decrypt binary files. Here’s how to install and use it.
Stream2chromecast lets you stream local media from your computer as well as from the Internet to your Chromecast. It works right from the command line. Here’s how.
Lynx is an open source Web browser that lets you access websites from the command line; it only displays the text part of a Web page. Here’s how it works.
Email is still important for business, and it is necessary to keep it encrypted. Here are 5 ways you can encrypt your email on Linux!
Thanks to the Ubuntu community there is a great deal of third-party software that integrates perfectly with Gnome Shell. Here are 10 of the best Gnome applications.
Linux geeks & system admins may prefer to play games in the terminal where they spend most of their time. Here are 6 of the best terminal-based CLI games for Linux.