Last point release of Solus Linux brings the classic Mate desktop. From hereafter, it will be a rolling release distribution.
Looking for a Windows like Linux? Here are the best Linux distributions that look like Windows.
Why you should use openSUSE and which openSUSE should you use: Tumbleweed or Leap.
Learn in depth about using apt-get command in Linux with this beginner’s guide.
Wondering which Linux operating system is best for gaming? We got a list of 8 gaming Linux OS for you here.
Arch based Apricity OS is already popular among Arch Linux enthusiasts. Take a look at its features.
Guide to co-author documents in open source ONLYOFFICE.
Try the online demo tour of Ubuntu Unity before you go on installing it.
Arabic speaking people should give a try to Uruk GNU/Linux.
Official and unofficial Slack clients for desktop Linux.
Living on the edge with the new release model.
A quick review of Fedora 24 desktop version.
A list of basic Linux networking commands with free downloadable cheat sheet.
A new Unix-like OS, written in Mozilla’s recently released programming language Rust.
Manjaro Gaming is a Linux distro designed for gamers with the power of Manjaro.
One programmer has succeeded where huge companies have failed.
Wondering which Ubuntu should you use and why? Here are your answers.
It is safe, but may not be as safe as Canonical wants us to think.
You never noticed that there was a pattern, did you?
Step by step beginners guide with screenshot to show you how to install Linux on a Chromebook.
Stories that matter to a Linux user. Here are the best and biggest of the year 2015.
Looking to get started with Swift in Linux? Here is what you need to do to make your first Swift project in Ubuntu Linux.
Looking for Fedora derivatives? Here are best Fedora based Linux distributions.
Fedora based Chapeau Linux version 23 is available for download. See what’s new.
Chromebooks are selling like hot cakes. Gartner estimated that around 7 million Chromebooks will be sold in the year 2015. These budget friendly, relatively lower hardware configuration laptops come with Google’s Chrome OS. While Chrome OS itself is based on Linux, like Android, it doesn’t really provide the complete Linux experience. This is the reason why […]
Screenshot guide to show you how to install Arch-based beginner friendly Linux Antergos.
These tips and tools will surely help you in increasing your productivity in Linux environment.
24 years after Linux. Here are some interesting facts you should know about it.
How can I help Linux? This is a question often asked by Linux lovers who want to give it back to the community of GNU/Linux. Linux and Open Source both are heavily community oriented and if you think about helping Linux, it is indeed a sign of a real Linux lover. But this question is […]
We often dual boot Windows and Ubuntu but at times users need to triple boot system. Today I’m going to show how to triple boot Windows with two Linux without any trouble. As when you dual boot you get two operating systems when you start computer, in the same way in triple boot you’ll get three OS and you […]
Yes! Linux is the king of supercomputers’ world.
Wondering how to edit PDF files in Linux? You won’t believe that editing PDF files could be this easy in any Linux distro including Ubuntu.
Most effective tools and tricks that will guaranteed reduce the overheating in Linux laptops.
Ubuntu 15.04 is releasing tomorrow on 23 April. Wondering what’s new in Ubuntu 15.04? Here, I have compiled a list of new features in Ubuntu 15.04. I did the upgrade from Ubuntu 14.10 to Ubuntu 15.04 few days back and have been using it since. I must say there are not many new features in […]
This is a complete tutorial to show you how to share folders over local network in Ubuntu. Do you have multiple devices in your home? Do you have to use Flash Drive or SD card to transfer data from Ubuntu to another computer? Do you find it annoying? We know you do. Because we don’t want you […]
elementary OS Freya has been released today. I have already tried out this beautiful Linux distribution. There has been several changes between the previous version Luna and upcoming Freya. If you are curious about what’s new in Freya, I am going to show you some of the new features in elementary OS Freya and a quick […]
Bodhi Linux, one of the popular lightweight Linux distributions, has a new major release 3.0.0 available for download now. If you are not aware of Bodhi Linux, it is a minimalist Linux distribution which is based on Ubuntu. It has lightweight Enlightenment desktop Environment and it ships with a tiny set of default applications. What’s […]
The other day when I installed Elementary OS in dual boot with Windows, I encountered a Grub error at the reboot time. I was presented with command line with error message: Minimal BASH like line editing is supported. For the first word, TAB lists possible command completions. anywhere else TAB lists possible device or file […]
Yes! You read it correct. The minimalist Linux distribution CrunchBang Linux has been discontinued. CrunchBang Linux, popularly known for its abbreviated symbol #!, is based on Debian and comes with Openbox window manager. The dark themed Linux was/is a popular Linux choice for many experience Linux users.
Earlier this month I told you about three beautiful Linux OS releasing in 2015. Among the three, Evolve OS has just released its first beta version. Evolve OS is not based on the popular choice of Ubuntu or Fedora. Instead it is built from scratch and it uses PiSi package manager. It is also introducing […]
MEGA is a cloud storage service launched by the founder of controversial file sharing website Megaupload, Kim Dotcom. MEGA claims to provide end to end encryption and thus keeping your data private. The encryption key is held by the user instead of the cloud service provider, claims MEGA. Features of MEGA cloud service Following are some […]
End of 2014 is approaching and it’s time to look for what’s coming in year 2015 for Linux. Well, there will be plenty of things such as Ubuntu Phone, Tizen Phone, Linux based DIY microcomputers, new Linux releases etc. Among all these, there are three beautiful Linux distributions that are slotted for a stable release […]
Year 2014 is coming to an end and this is the time to summarize some of the biggest Linux stories in year 2014. All year round we have followed some good, some bad and some ugly stories related to Linux and Open Source. Let’ have a quick recap on how was the year 2014 for […]
Microsoft has announced its upcoming operating system Windows 10. The name ‘Windows 10’ has surprised many as people were expecting it to be called Windows 9 as the current version is Windows 8.1. Most plausible reason for this is to avoid conflicts with old codes that dealt with Windows 95. Windows 10 promises some features […]
Step by step, screenshot guide to show you how to dual boot Ubuntu and Windows with UEFI.
Watching Netflix on Windows is easy. You can use the web browser or the desktop app but its not the same story in Linux. It does not work by default in Linux as Netflix requires Microsoft Silverlight and since it’s “the Microsoft”, it is obviously not available on Linux. So is there no way we can […]
Ubuntu 14.04 features include plenty of eye candy and some performance boost. Its successor 14.10, on the other hand, doesn’t offer a lot of new things when compared to 14.04. If you are doing a clean install, you may wonder about what things to do after installing Ubuntu 14.04. Requirements vary from person to person, depending […]
Ubuntu 14.04 is due to release in a week or so. Some of you might be curious about what’s new in Ubuntu 14.04. I have upgraded Ubuntu 13.10 to 14.04 beta and have been using it for some days now and I would say it’s pretty impressive, both in terms of looks and performance. Curious? […]
Wondering about switching to Linux? Here are 10 reasons why you should switch to Linux from Windows.
Microsoft is ending support for Windows XP. Which means your computer won’t be getting any software updates including security updates. That would leave your computer running Windows XP even more vulnerable to virus and malware. Now, you have only few options to replace Windows XP. And those are: Continue running Windows XP and make your […]