An ardent RSS feed user? Here’s a new, modern feed reading application for desktop Linux. You can easily bring all your feeds from Feedly and NewsBlur here.
All Blog Posts
Want to try the features of Fedora 34 like GNOME 40 right now? You can upgrade to Fedora 34 beta. Here’s how.
Plausible is an open source web analytics tool with focus on two things: privacy and simplicity. Here’s what you need to know about this Google Analytics alternative.
Sleek is a modern looking, Electron-based GUI frontend for todo.txt. You can use this open source software on Linux and Windows.
You can run commands in any terminal in Linux but some terminals provide either additional useful features or some interestingly different looks. Here are some terminal emulators you may try.
Similar to ncdu in user-friendliness but faster in performance, gdu can be a good choice for disk usage analysis in Linux terminal.
Kooha tries to bring screen recording support to desktop Linux running on Wayland display server. Here are the features and installation instructions.
Here are the steps for installing Ubuntu alongside Windows on a computer that has both SSD and HDD.
Decided to use Linux Mint but confused with the available choices of Cinnamon, MATE and Xfce variants? Let me help you with which Linux Mint version should you use.
Quick tutorial showing both command line and graphical ways of updating an openSUSE Linux system. Helpful for new openSUSE users.