Ikey Doherty, the founder and lead dev of Solus Linux has left the project. Read to know why he left Solus and what is going to happen with Solus Linux in future.
CPod is an open source podcast application for Linux, Windows and MacOS. A clean UI and essential features make it a good choice for listening to podcasts.
The specifically made-for-ARM operating system RISC OS is finally open source after 30 years of development. Read about why RISC OS is an important and integral part of computing history.
Let’s take a quick look at what is included in this new release of MidnightBSD.
Haiku is an open source project that is creating a replica of the discontinued BeOS from scratch. It has taken 16 years of development to reach the milestone of the first beta release.
Cozy is a nifty little audiobook player for Linux. While there are not many audiobook players for Linux, Cozy tries to fill the void to some extent.
Gunpoint is a 2D stealth game in which you play as a spy stealing secrets and hacking networks like Ethan Hunt of Mission Impossible movie series. We reviewed the game on Linux for you.
What is ZFS and why is it so popular among experienced users? Let’s have a look at the history of ZFS and its features and advantages over other filesystems.
This step-by-step guide shows you how to install FreeDOS on VirtualBox in Linux.
Last month, TrueOS BSD distribution announced that they would be spinning off their desktop offering into Project Trident. We talked to the team behind Project Trident to learn some insights into the future of TrueOS and Project Trident.
Wonder why people use BSD? Read some of the main reasons that compel people to use BSD over Linux.
NetBSD has a new major release in its 25th year. NetBSD 8.0 release brings several new features and improvements.