Feeling uncomfortable with command line? Here’s how to install Google Chrome on Linux Mint graphically.
Your web browser keeps on detecting a network change on almost every refresh in Linux? Disabling IPv6 fixes the issue. Here’s how to do that in Linux.
The excellent Brave browser asks where to save the downloaded files by default. Here’s how to change this behavior and save downloaded files automatically.
Download the Ubuntu ISO directly on a slow, inconsistent internet could be a real pain. Instead, use torrent to download Ubuntu.
Sigil is an open source EPUB editor available for Linux, Windows and macOS. With Sigil, you can create a new ebook in EPUB file format or edit an existing EPUB ebook.
getting CPU details in the Linux terminal is nothing new. Displaying it beautifully with ASCII art is a different thing. CPUFetch does that for you.
Code Blocks is an open source IDE written in C++ and ideal for C, C++ and Fortran development. Learn to install it on Ubuntu-based Linux distributions.
In a surprise move, Red Hat has announced RHEL Stream, a rolling release version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
If you dual boot Windows and Linux, you’ll notice that often one of them shows incorrect time. Here’s why that happens and what you can do to fix it.
Want to try the features of Fedora 34 like GNOME 40 right now? You can upgrade to Fedora 34 beta. Here’s how.