Zram, zswap, and zcache allow you to compress your RAM’s contents, practically expanding it. But which one should you use?
Many of us have an old PC lying around our house. Before you throw it away, check out these ways to make use of your old PC with Linux.
In Linux, you will probably find a swap partition alongside the main Linux partitions. What is this swap partition and is it really necessary?
For those looking for a lightweight desktop environment, LXDE is the one for you. This LXDE review will cover the basics of LXDE.
If you have finally decided to give Linux a try, check out this user guide on the steps to smoothly move from Windows to Linux.
There are times when you run a task that cause the CPU to become hot. Here are the best system monitors to check system resources in Linux.
The best way to access Windows from your Linux desktop is to create a virtual machine. Here’s how you can install Windows in VirtualBox on Linux.
HiDPI screens have been a sore spot for Linux users for a long time. Learn how you can enable fractional scaling in Ubuntu 20.04.
The regular copy and paste shortcut won’t work in Linux terminal. Learn how you can copy and paste text, files and folders in Linux terminal.
While CentOS is mostly used in servers, it can be used on the desktop, too. Here you’ll learn how to install CentOS on your desktop.
If you are currently running Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, this guide will show you how to upgrade from Ubuntu 18.04 LTS to 20.04 LTS.
It is easy to manage compressed files in the desktop but not in your server. Here is how you can easily handle compressed files with Midnight Commander.
The Pantheon Desktop is one of the most visually appealing desktops around. This Pantheon Desktop review will show you some of its notable features.
If you are new to Ubuntu, you might be wondering why it doesn’t have any desktop shortcuts. Here is how to create desktop shortcuts in Ubuntu.
There are desktop authenticator apps that can provide you with the secret key from your desktop. Here are the best authenticator apps for the Linux desktop.
Fancy playing Android games on your desktop? If you want to play Android games on Linux, here is one method to help you do that.
Arch Linux’s Pacman provides users with a simple way of managing packages. Make use of this guide to master Pacman for Arch Linux.
MATE is one of the Linux desktops based on Gnome 2. This MATE review will look at its user interface, performance, and some notable features.
If you’ve granted others sudo access on your PC, you may want to know how they are using it. Here’s how to check out sudo history in LInux.
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.