Looking for the GUI comfort for NeoVim? Here are a few projects that give a graphical interface to the awesome NeoVim editor.
Got several PDF files and now you have to combine them into one? Here are different ways you can use to merge PDF files in Linux.
Noticing a constant buzzing noise from the speakers in your Linux system? Here’s why that happens and how I fixed the issue.
htop is an excellent utility for monitoring system resources in Linux. It provides a better user experience than the default top command.
Craving for GNOME on Mint? If you really want to install GNOME on Linux Mint, here are the steps for that.
Nala is a Python-based frontend for apt package management. Inspired by the DNF package manager, Nala seems like a promising tool for Ubuntu and Debian users.
Don’t forget all those Python packages you installed on your system. Here’s what you need to know about updating Python packages with Pip.
Want to create a custom Linux ISO? Here’s a simple GUI tool to create custom ISO for Ubuntu and other Linux distros.
With so many package managers, it is not easy to keep track of various packages and update them timely. topgrade tries to address this issue.
Here are a couple of tips on comment out multiple lines of code in VS Code.
There are plenty of excellent options with Ubuntu-based distros. Check out the best of them here.
Seeing too many loop devices in Ubuntu? Learn what are these loop devices and why is it used on your Linux system.