Snaps are Canonical’s way of providing a cross-distribution package management system. In this article, we will see how to install and use snaps in various Linux distributions.
Who says Linux command line is no fun? When you are in the mood of some naughty, geeky fun, read these witty man page entries.
Iridium is a web browser based on Chromium project. It has been customized to not share your data and thus keeping your privacy intact.
If you are a privacy concerned netizen, try Tutanota. It is an open source email service for encrypted email communication. We review the pros and cons of using Tutanota in this article.
You close the lid of your laptop but it keeps on running instead of going into suspend mode? Here are a few ways how you can make Ubuntu suspend when the lid is closed.
Min is an open source web browser with a clean UI and minimalist look. Despite being minimal, Min packs enough features for a standard web browsing experience
If you are encountering snap not found error for some Snap packages, this tutorial will help you find why.
A Quick tip that shows how to resize images with right click menu in Linux quickly. The trick should work on any Linux distribution that uses Nautilus file manager.
Premium office suite SoftMaker has released its latest version for Linux. The new version comes with ribbon interface, improved compatibility with Microsoft Office and several other improvements.
The VLC 3.0 release brings a number of improvements including Chromecast support. Here’s how to install VLC 3.0 in Ubuntu Linux right now.