Minetest is a voxel-based sandbox game, very similar to Minecraft. Unlike Minecraft, it is free to use and play. Learn more about it.
Twine and free and open source tool for creating interactive fiction or text based games on Linux and other operating systems.
If you are new to SUSE, it is easy to get confused between Tumbleweed and Leap. Learn what’s the difference between the two and which one should you use.
Want to use Skype on Arch Linux? In this tutorial, you’ll learn two different methods for installing Skype on Arch Linux.
We’ve all used multiple operating systems in our lives. Some were good and some were bad. But can you say that you’ve ever used an operating system designed by God?
Want to play games on Fedora Linux? Look no further than Steam. Learn to install Steam client on Fedora in this article.
Tried watching a DVD on your Fedora Linux, but it showed an error? Here’s a fix that should help you play DVDs on Fedora-based distributions.
BSD isn’t just for servers. People use it for desktop as well and perform common tasks including casual gaming. Homura helps you play Windows games on BSD.
GNOME Tweaks enables you to access additional system settings of your GNOME Desktop Environment. Learn how to install GNOME Tweaks tool on Fedora Linux.
Adding third party repositories gives you access to even greater number of software. Learn how to enable the third-party repos in Fedora from the terminal or graphically.
Ubuntu tried its hands on creating a Linux-based mobile operating system with Ubuntu Touch. What went wrong? How it started? Is Ubuntu Touch still alive? Let’s take a look at the history of Ubuntu Touch in chronological order.
Most of the Linux distributions are based on Debian/Ubuntu/Arch. PCLinuxOS is not one of them. Take a look at the classic independent PCLinuxOS distribution.