Can’t decide Linux Mint or Ubuntu? Here are 5 things that make Linux Mint a better Linux desktop for beginners than Ubuntu.
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So you think Linux exists in desktop and servers only? Think again! It might not be. In real life also, we have glimpse of Linux which might be unnoticed by most of the people but it would be amusing for a tech enthusiast. I grabbed some of the pictures doing the rounds on social media which […]
PokerTH is an Open Source Poker game for Linux, Mac and Windows. Texas Hold’ em Poker is probably the most popular Poker game variant around the world. While there are various browser based Poker games available, its good to see a Poker game for Linux desktop. PokerTH (TH stands for Texas hold’ em) is written […]
Linux usage is growing, and so is the acceptance of Open Source products. All year round in 2013, we have seen various news stories which hints that popularity of Linux and Open Source is growing. There were also some incidents which were not pleasant. In this article of Year 2013 for Linux series, we shall […]
In the first of Year 2013 For Linux series, we saw fourteen new Linux distributions that had their first stable release in 2013. In this article we shall see the Linux distributions which will no longer be developed. Call it a good news as there are only two Linux distributions which will be discontinued. Lets […]
Year 2013 is coming to an end. I’ll be covering a series of articles under the title of Year 2013 for Linux. I’ll try to consolidate how good or bad was the year 2013 for Linux. We’ll go through all the main stories related to Linux that happened in 2013. I’ll start the series with […]
Linux Mint 16 Petra has been released recently. Based on Ubuntu 13.10, Linux Mint comes with Cinnamon and Mate desktop environments (separately). I was using Ubuntu 13.10 before and replaced it with Linux Mint 16 to try my hands on it. [Read: How to install Linux Mint 16 in dual boot with Windows 8]. After […]
You can easily install Linux Mint alongside Windows 10. This Complete beginner’s guide shows you how to dual boot Linux Mint and Windows 10.
I switched to Linux Mint from Ubuntu recently, just for experimenting. The first thing that irked me was that touchpad click was not working. You might have faced the same issue. Cursor moves with the touchpad, click works with the touchpad buttons but click does not work when you tap the touchpad. The reason for […]
Wallpapers are one of the easiest way to change the look of your computer, others being themes, conky, desktop widgets etc. If you are bored of the default Debian wallpaper on your desktop, why not replace it with something cool. Nothing beats a sexy girl when it comes to wallpaper. In past, I covered 10 […]