So, you think you are a Linux guru? Why not test your Linux expertise by using these advanced Linux distributions that are not everyone’s cup of tea?
Converseen is a useful GUI tool for batch image conversion. You can convert multiple images to another format, resize, change their aspect ratio, rotate or flip them all at once.
This detailed tutorial shows you how to dual boot Fedora Linux with Windows 10, step-by-step, accompanied by proper screenshots.
Knowing the partitioning scheme of your disk could be crucial when you are installing Linux. Here’s how to check if your disk uses GPT or MBR.
Got a huge collection of digital and scanned photos? This open source tool will help you manage and enhance your large photo collections on Linux.
Forgot the password of your Linux distribution app you installed in Windows via WSL? No worries. You can easily reset the Linux password in WSL.
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Got a system already installed with Ubuntu Linux and now you want to install Windows without removing Linux? Here’s what you need to do to install Windows after Ubuntu in dual boot mode.
Move over Vim and Emacs. Here’s a modern terminal-based editor written in Rust which is faster and has features a power user may like.
Want to do some fun stuff in the Linux terminal? How about converting a regular image into an ASCII art? This tool lets you convert any image into ASCII art.
Here’s a simple and quick tutorial showing the necessary steps for installing VLC on Fedora Linux.
Each Ubuntu release also comes with a different set of wallpapers. This is a collection of default Ubuntu wallpapers of all the releases so far.