You can easily install Linux Mint alongside Windows 10. This Complete beginner’s guide shows you how to dual boot Linux Mint and Windows 10.
I switched to Linux Mint from Ubuntu recently, just for experimenting. The first thing that irked me was that touchpad click was not working. You might have faced the same issue. Cursor moves with the touchpad, click works with the touchpad buttons but click does not work when you tap the touchpad. The reason for […]
Wallpapers are one of the easiest way to change the look of your computer, others being themes, conky, desktop widgets etc. If you are bored of the default Debian wallpaper on your desktop, why not replace it with something cool. Nothing beats a sexy girl when it comes to wallpaper. In past, I covered 10 […]
When I bought Nexus 7, the first thing on my mind was to install Ubuntu touch on it. But to do that, Nexus 7 has to be rooted first. In this article, I’ll show you how to root Nexus 7 2013 in Ubuntu Linux. This tutorial was performed with a Dell Inspiron running Ubuntu 13.10 […]
Ever since I bought Nexus 7 2013 WiFi (Flo) model, I wanted to install Ubuntu on it. This cannot be done without rooting Nexus 7. And it is always better to root Nexus devices with an unlocked bootloader. In this post, I’ll show you how to unlock bootloader of Nexus 7 2013 in Ubuntu Linux. […]
Do you see “The following signatures couldn’t be verified” error while running the apt-get update command in Ubuntu? Here’s how to fix it.
This quick tutorial shows you how to install VMware Workstation Player on Ubuntu Linux. VMware is one of the best application for desktop and server virtualization in Linux. Some people prefer it more than Oracle’s open source VirtualBox. With a virtual machine application like VMware, you can run another operating system inside your current operating system. For […]
There have been many critics of Ubuntu for its “shopping lenses” that are enabled by default in Ubuntu. If you search anything on the desktop in Unity Dash, Ubuntu uses this data to provide you advertisements from third parties such as Amazon. Despite all the hoo-hooba, Canonical has enabled this feature by default and earned […]
The easiest way to install applications in Ubuntu and Ubuntu based distributions is the Software Center. But you might have experienced there are a number of Ubuntu applications not available in the Software Center. So you resort to googling and come across the alternate method of installing apps via PPA. You might have even installed […]
What happens when you don’t find your favorite application in the list of ‘open with’ applications? Ever thought how to add an application in the list of open with applications in the right click menu? A lot of my how-to articles include screenshots. While I use Gimp for resizing and compressing the image, I prefer […]