Antergos is Arch simplified. But it is more than just a beginner’s Arch Linux. Read the complete Antergos review and find out why it’s one of the best Linux distributions.
Kali Linux is not for beginners. Is that true? What is the use of Kali Linux then? Should you use Kali Linux or stick to some other mainstream distribution like Linux Mint or Zorin OS?
nnn is a blazing-fast lightweight terminal file browser for Linux with easy keyboard shortcuts for navigation, opening files and running tasks.
Organize your quick notes and code snippets in segregated folders with this open source note taking app for programmers.
Review of Univention Corporate Server, a Linux alternative to Windows Domain Controller.
If you want simplicity with a nice interface, Mu music player might be a good match.
CHIP, World’s first $9 computer. Is it worth the nine dollars? Find out in our review of CHIP computer.
A long time Ubuntu user reviews Dell XPS 13 Ubuntu Edition. Is this the best Ubuntu laptop ever?
A quick look at FatDog64 Linux. This lightweight Linux distribution is best suited for using via USB on the go.
We review OnlyOffice Desktop edition for Linux and we have so many positive things to say about it.
And we review TripeA, an open source, turn-based strategy game for board game lovers.
This Zorin OS 12 review is the first-hand experience of Dave Merritt with Zorin OS 12.
Open Source app WMail provides a better Gmail and Google Inbox experience with desktop Linux.
Buku is a flexible command-line bookmark management utility developed by Arun Prakash Jana.
Googler is a straightforward command-line utility for Google-ing right from your Linux terminal!
Arabic speaking people should give a try to Uruk GNU/Linux.
A quick review of Fedora 24 desktop version.
This is the terminal your command line guru warned about!!
Otter Browser is the reincarnation of Opera before Brink.
A tiny app for simple translation tasks in desktop Linux.
Slimjet to replace Google Chrome on 32 bit Linux OS.
Is it worth to buy Linux Power User Bundle course? You can find it here.
Find out why GeekBox is the best Android TV box you can have.
I don’t remember that how many times I formatted my home PC or Laptop mistakenly. I remember once I lost 80 GB of lectures and some 14 Linux distributions ISOs by deleting my Linux partition. I recovered them using another program but this time let’s use Stellar Phoenix to recover my previously deleted Linux partitions. […]
There are no better desktop Twitter client for Linux. There are only few such applications and unfortunately all of them are buggy and do not have all the features that you might expect in a full native Twitter app. Good news is that such apps are being developed, no matter how slow is the development. […]
Got a messy collection of PDF files? Manage your PDF files in a better way with Great Little Book Shelf, a sleek looking open source application.
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 […]
I don’t understand the point of reinventing the wheel if you can’t make it better. Linux Mint has reinvented the wheel (Ubuntu) in a better one. Pear OS, on the other hand, while reinventing the wheel has focused so much on its look that the wheel is not ‘roll-able’ any more.
Quick review of Debian 7: System Administration Best Practices book. Also, a chance to win 3 digital copies.
Great Little Radio Player provides some nice features on the top of a traditional radio streamer in Ubuntu but is it the best radio player for Ubuntu?
Tweak tools have always been in demand considering how much Linux users prefer to experiment with the looks of their desktop. Ubuntu has several tweak tools that are potent enough to do a lot of changes to Unity interface. My Unity and Ubuntu Tweak are such honourable names in the tweak world of Ubuntu. But […]
Looking for Internet Radio player for Linux? Try Radio Tray, light, sleek and sexy.