Switching to Linux can be intimidating, but learning the command line can be very useful. Here are some useful Linux commands new users should pick up.
LXDE is one of the lightest graphical environments you can use for your Linux desktop. This is how to add an app launcher panel in LXDE so it doesn’t consume many resources.
Guake is a dropdown terminal emulator for Linux. Let’s see why it’s worth it to invest some time to install, configure and use Guake on your Linux computer.
If your display is getting glitchy, you can conduct a stress test before you get a new one. Here’s how you can stress test your graphics card on Linux.
It is easy to create a Windows 10 installer USB on a Windows machine, but if you want to do iton Linux, here’s how you can do so.
If you are always using Google to search for things, here is how you can do a google search for anything you copied to the clipboard.
Kali Linux is a Linux distro for security testing. It includes software from Aircrack to John the Ripper. Here’s how you can install Kali Linux on your PC.
VLC can be used to play YouTube videos but is a troublesome process that requires many clicks. Here is how to automate playing YouTube videos on VLC.
If you are nostalgic or dislike Gnome and want Unity desktop back on Ubuntu, it’s easy to install Unity and make it your default graphical shell again.
The Task Manager is one of the default tools in most operating systems. Here you’ll learn how to manage your running processes with XFCE task manager.
If you want to use the Kodi media center on your Raspberry Pi, you can run it using OSMC. Here’s how you can install OSMC on your model of Raspberry Pi.
If you’re compressing and resizing images day-in, day-out, why not make it a one-click affair? You can easily compress and resize images in Thunar.
Personal Package Archives (PPAs) allow you to install software, but there are times when you need to remove it. Here’s how to remove PPAs in Ubuntu distro.
Recovering deleted files isn’t easy, but it isn’t impossible. Foremost is designed to forensically search your drive to recover deleted files in Linux.
Learning how to use the terminal can improve your Linux knowledge. If you’re struggling with Linux commands, you can use the Kmdr tool to explain them.
The echo command may seem like a useless command, but under the hood it’s surprisingly useful. Here are some ways to make use of the echo command in Linux.
If you’ve mounted your Windows partition in Linux, you may find that you are not able to write to it. Learn how you can write to Windows partition in Linux.
The default Linux distro used in Chrome OS Crostini is Debian. You are not stuck with it, though. Here’s how to change it to run Ubuntu instead.
There are a few ways to quickly check whether a package is currently installed. Here’s how you can check whether or not a package is installed in Linux.
It isn’t all that often, but kernel upgrades can and do go wrong. When the updated kernel causes issues, learn how you can downgrade the kernel in Linux.