Xfce is a great lightweight desktop environment with one drawback. It looks old. Let’s see various ways you can customize Xfce to give it a modern and beautiful look.
Yaourt has been discontinued for a long time. Stop using Yaourt in Arch Linux for accessing AUR. Use these safer and better AUR helpers instead of Yaourt.
For years, Notepad++ lovers yearned for the availability of Notepad++ for Linux. Finally, an easy workaround lets you install and use Notepad++ on Ubuntu and other Linux distributions.
Flatpak is a new universal packaging format from Fedora. Enabling Flatpak will give you access to the easy installation of many Linux applications. Here’s how to use Flatpak in Ubuntu and other Linux distributions.
Google announced the support for Linux apps to Chromebooks in its Developer Keynote I/O event. People using Chromebooks will soon be able to run Linux apps on their systems. Read more about it.
4MLinux is a lightweight Linux distribution that can turn your old computer into a functional one with multimedia support, maintenance tools and classic games.
Extensively use RSS feeds to stay updated with your favorite websites? Take a look at the best feed reader applications for Linux.
Financial support is one of the many ways to help Linux and Open Source community. Here are some funding platforms dedicated to Open Source projects.
Snaps are Canonical’s way of providing a cross-distribution package management system. In this article, we will see how to install and use snaps in various Linux distributions.
A quick tutorial to tell you if your system uses the modern UEFI or the legacy BIOS. Instructions for both Windows and Linux have been provided.