Here’s a list of the best open-source word processors for Linux to make your life easier without Microsoft Office Word.
Gantt chart is the simplest way to assign resources, manage timelines, and visualize dependencies. Check out these open source tools with Gantt chart function.
Flatpak applications often do not match with the system themes and look out of place in your setup. Here’s a workaround to apply GTK themes to Flatpak apps.
If you want to start developing with Flutter, this tutorial will help you to get your set-up ready on Ubuntu and hopefully other Linux distributions.
You can use your Raspberry Pi like device for many things. However, there are single board computers dedicated specially to AI projects.
Customization is one of the strong points of Linux. Don’t agree? See how you can give your Ubuntu Linux a macOS makeover.
A step-by-step tutorial showing how to use the rclone command line tool to synchronize OneDrive in Linux.
Here are some harmless fun Linux commands to amuse your colleagues and friends. They may seem useless but they are fun nonetheless.
Can’t find Time New Roman and other TrueType fonts in LibreOffice on Ubuntu? Here’s the easy way to install Microsoft Fonts on Ubuntu based distributions.
In this tutorial, you’ll learn various ways to install Netbeans IDE on Ubuntu and other Linux distributions.