LMMS is a free and open source DAW available for Linux, Windows and macOS. It provides all the features you would expect in standard DAW software.
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Learn how to replace Windows with Ubuntu Linux in this easy to follow step-by-step screenshot tutorial.
Linux creator Linus Torvalds is skeptical of ZFS open source licensing and doesn’t recommend using it on Linux.
Chinese tech giant Huawei has just open sourced its EulerOS Linux distribution in the form of openEuler. Know more about openEuler.
Kali Linux will no longer run everything as root anymore. You’ll have to create admin user like most other Linux distributions.
Catfish is a nifty file searching GUI tool for Linux desktop. The interface is lightweight and simple and the tool allows to refine your search with criteria like time, file type etc.
Several Linux gamers have been banned by EA Sports because they chose to play Battlefield V on Linux using Wine. Read more about it.
GNOME provides a built-in screen recorder that you can use to quickly record your desktop session. Here’s how to use it.
Signal is a secure open-source messaging app for smartphones. It also offers a standalone desktop app for Linux, Windows, and macOS. Here, we take a look at its features and usability.
Tried playing YouTube video in VLC and encountered “Your input can’t be opened. VLC is unable to open the MRL” error? Here’s how to fix it.