Choosing the right applications from so many alternatives can be a tiresome task. So, here’s a list of essential Linux applications that every Linux user should use.
Make your Linux distribution look like Chrome OS with this theme.
Enhance the looks of your Ubuntu desktop with these beautiful icon themes.
Installing WordPress Desktop in Linux is as easy as a few clicks.
Screenshot tutorial to show you how to show desktop in GNOME 3 in any Linux distribution.
Google has a love-hate relationship with Linux. Does Google hate Linux more than it loves?
Google Hangouts can be installed using this app in desktop Linux. Try it now.
Tutorial to show you how to install desktop client for WhatsApp in any Linux distribution.
These are the best instant messaging apps with native Linux client. Take a pick.
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. […]
Ubuntu based lightweight Linux distribution Bodhi Linux is working on a desktop environment of its own. This new desktop environment will be called Moksha (Sanskrit for ‘complete freedom’). Moksha will be replacing the usual Enlightenment desktop environment.
Facebook Messenger has announced the web version of its messaging service recently. This enables you to chat distraction free. While this web version is useful in many ways, one might want to have a dedicated desktop app for Facebook Messenger. In desktop Linux, you can use Facebook messaging via Pidgin, but it’s not the same […]
Give your desktop Linux a makeover with Super Flat Remix icon themes. A hint, these are gorgeous.
Continuing my journey with Elementary OS Freya, today, I’ll show you how to install themes in Elementary OS Freya. Elementary OS is already known for its looks. And the default Elementary OS themes is quite beautiful itself. But this doesn’t mean that you are just limited to the default Elementary OS theme. Themes and icon […]
Telegram is a cloud based, fast, encrypted messaging service that let’s you share unlimited data. Telegram emphasizes on privacy and unlike its competitor WhatsApp, it has desktop client available for all the platforms, in addition to clients for all major mobile OS. In this article we shall see how to install official Telegram in Linux. […]
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 […]
Not satisfied with default Ubuntu 14.04 wallpapers? Why should one be if there are plenty of beautiful wallpapers at your disposal. If you are an Android user, you must be aware of Google Now. Among the things I like about Google Now is its wallpaper. And I think I am not the only one to do […]
Flat is the flavor of the season. Continuing the trend, Flattastic provides a set of eight beautiful themes. Themes are dark and light version of four colors namely orange, blue, green and burgundy. These themes are compatible with Gnome Shell, Unity, XFCE4 and OpenBox (as claimed by developer). I tried it in Ubuntu 13.10 with Unity […]
Important: Hulu has stopped development of its desktop app. Do not install it anymore. Though Hulu desktop app is no longer available, you can still watch it in Linux in web browser. Use this trick to watch Hulu in Ubuntu based Linux and this follow this tutorial for watching Hulu in Arch Linux based distributions. […]
Netflix is the favourite way to watch movies and TV series for may people. Unfortunately, it is not available in most part of the globe. In one of my previous article, I showed you how to watch Netflix outside USA in Ubuntu. But that was more of using the web version. As we are leaning […]
Nemo, the default file manager of Linux Mint is a fork of popular file manager Nautilus in Gnome. Linux Mint has improvised a few things in its distribution and two notables among them are Cinnamon and Nemo. The latest version of Nautilus (called Files) has not been liked by a significant number of users. It […]
A simple tutorial to explain how to install KDE Desktop environments in Ubuntu 12.10.
There are several ways to show desktop screen but if you want to have a dedicated option in Unity launcher, here is how to get that.
Cinnamon is the default desktop manager in Linux Mint. Here is how to install Cinnamon in Ubuntu 12.04.