Looking for best Ubuntu apps? Look no further than this comprehensive list of more than 50 essential Ubuntu applications that would improve your Ubuntu experience.
You can get over 50% discount on SysAdmin training and certifications from the Linux Foundation this SysAdmin Day.
Xfce is a great lightweight desktop environment with one drawback. It looks old. Let’s see various ways you can customize Xfce to give it a modern and beautiful look.
If you want to practice Linux commands and bash shell scripts, you can do that in a web browser too. Here we list the best online Linux terminals you can use for free.
Adopting an Open Source approach has a significant impact on Science and Technology. Neuroscience also benefits from the open source approach.
In this new article, we are going to start with Neuroscience with an Open Source perspective, and look into its Medical Implications in terms of medicine and beyond.
NetBSD has a new major release in its 25th year. NetBSD 8.0 release brings several new features and improvements.
You can automatically clean and improve your local music files with music tagger MusicBrainz Picard. The latest release of Picard brings some much-needed improvements to the already awesome application.
Popular mobile puzzle game 2048 can also be played on Ubuntu and Linux distributions. Heck! You can even play 2048 in Linux terminal. Don’t blame me if your productivity goes down because of this addictive game.
Ubuntu 17.10 reached the end of life on 19th July 2018. This means that systems running Ubuntu 17.10 won’t receive security and maintenance updates from Canonical anymore leaving them vulnerable.
A step-by-step screenshot guide demonstrating how to upgrade to Linux Mint 19 from Linux Mint 18.3.