Mixxx 2.0 brings new features to DJ mixing. Installation instructions for Ubuntu included.
Free and Open Source alternative of Adobe Lightroom for Linux.
Step by step beginners guide with screenshot to show you how to install Linux on a Chromebook.
Instructions to install Darktable 2.0 included for Ubuntu based Linux distribution.
Installing WordPress Desktop in Linux is as easy as a few clicks.
Looking to get started with Swift in Linux? Here is what you need to do to make your first Swift project in Ubuntu Linux.
Screenshot tutorial to show you how to install Android on bq Ubuntu Phone using Ubuntu Linux.
This is the easiest and painless way of installing PyCharm IDE in Ubuntu, Linux Mint and elementary OS.
Linux’s most popular media center program Kodi (formerly known as XBMC) has announced the release of its new version Kodi 15 codenamed Isengard. Installing Kodi 15 in Ubuntu and Linux Mint is fairly easy, thanks to the official PPA.
This is the easiest and official way to install and use Unity 8 with Mir display server in Ubuntu 15.04, 14.04 and 12.04.
Quickly and easily install all the essential applications and packages after a fresh install of Ubuntu.
KDE Plasma 5.2 has been released and in this post we shall see how to install KDE Plasma 5.2 in Ubuntu 14.10. Ubuntu’s default desktop environment Unity is beautiful and packs quite some feature. But if you ask any experienced Linux user about desktop customization, his answer will be KDE. KDE is boss when it […]
Ubuntu does come with a bunch of fonts installed by default in it. But at times you might not be satisfied with the available lots of fonts. So, what you can do is to install additional fonts in Ubuntu 14.04, 14.10 or any other Linux system such as Linux Mint. Step 1: Get fonts First […]
This article was originally written for Linux Mint 16 but the steps are exactly the same to dual boot Linux Mint 17 with Windows. Last week I switched from Ubuntu 13.10 to Linux Mint 16 (which is also based on Ubuntu 13.10). For the sake of experimenting, I have been switching between Linux distributions quite […]
If you are bored with default Ambiance theme and icons in Ubuntu 14.04, why not try changing icons or the theme completely? In this article I am going to show you how to install themes in Ubuntu 14.04. This article was originally written for Ubuntu 13.10 but it is equally applicable to Ubuntu 14.04. Install […]
VMware Player is the best application for desktop and server virtualization in Linux. I prefer it more than Oracle’s VirtualBox. In this small tutorial, we are going to see how to install VMware Player in Ubuntu 14.04. With a virtual machine application like VMware, you can run another operating system inside the current OS. For […]
The article was originally written for an earlier version of eOS but it is equally applicable to install elementary OS Freya in dual boot with Windows. elementary OS Freya stable version has been released. It is based on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS. By now, you might have see the new features introduced in Freya. If you are impressed […]
Netflix is the favourite way to watch movies and TV series for may people. Unfortunately, it is not available in most part of the globe. In one of my previous article, I showed you how to watch Netflix outside USA in Ubuntu. But that was more of using the web version. As we are leaning […]
Fogger is utility tool that can convert any web app in to a native Ubuntu Unity desktop app. Which means you can use Wunderlist, Evernote, Google Drive, Google Calendar etc web app like any regular Ubuntu app. You can search for these app in Unuty HUD and launch them from there.So if your favourite web […]
Overheating of laptops in Ubuntu is a very common problem. Before Ubuntu 13.04, Jupiter was the best tool to reduce overheating and increase battery performance in Ubuntu and other Linux distributions. Couple of months before the release of Ubuntu 13.04, it was announced that Jupiter will not be developed anymore. and last Ubuntu version to […]
Found Weather Indicator broken? Here is a quick tip on how to install Weather Indicator in Ubuntu 13.04?
Quick tip to show you how to install Skype in Ubuntu 13.04.
Troubles playing You Tube videos in Firefox? Here is how to install Adobe Flash Player in Ubuntu 13.04.
Could not find additional drivers in Ubuntu 13.04? Here is how to install additional drivers in Ubuntu 13.04.
Installing Sublime Text editor is not a piece of cake. But if you use this PPA, you can easily install Sublime Text 2 editor in Ubuntu or Linux Mint.
My Weather Indicator is an app that gives you an Android styled weather widget for Ubuntu 12.10. Find out more to install and configure it.
A simple tutorial to explain how to install KDE Desktop environments in Ubuntu 12.10.
World’s most popular music streaming service Spotify doesn’t support Linux (as of yet). In fact, it promised to start working on Linux support long back. But with time all it could come up with was “preview release” of Spotify. Its been over a year and still we have no native client for Spotify. Still, the […]
Install Raspberry Pi OS Raspbian “wheezy” using GUI tools in a safer and easier way. Ideal tutorial for beginner level Linux users.
Not able to read your favourite comics because it is in .cbr file? Here is how to open a .cbr files in Ubuntu.
Fed up with slow and cumbersome Ubuntu Software Center? Here is a program that could help you installing .deb files quickly and easily in Ubuntu 12.10.
As soon as you install a fresh Ubuntu 12.10, you will miss one thing: Additional Drivers. Earlier you could simply search for it in Unity dash but unfortunately Ubuntu 12.10 has moved the Additional Drivers to Software Sources and this is why you cannot find it in Unity dash. So if you are looking to install […]
Looking for a way to share or sync any folder with Dropbox in Ubuntu? Use Dropbox Share app and share or sync any folder with Dropbox in right click option.
Cinnamon is the default desktop manager in Linux Mint. Here is how to install Cinnamon in Ubuntu 12.04.
A simple step-by-step ‘how to’ tutorial to install theme in Ubuntu 12.04.
The popular cross platform, open source media player VLC today released its latest version 2.0.2 codenamed “Two Flower”. The new releases fixes a hundreds of bugs and aims to make it more stable.