Get this Ubuntu themed calendar for your desk so that you won’t miss Ubuntu releases.
Stacer is a system optimizer application for Ubuntu built with Electron. See how to install Stacer in Ubuntu and use it.
A very simple and yet powerful way to recover deleted files in Linux. You don’t have to be an expert to follow this tutorial.
This Open Source software will help you avoid eyes strain while you work long hours on your Linux computer.
Easily backup and restore your Linux system with this GUI tool. Backup and restore cannot be easier than this.
An easy to follow guide to learn how to verify md5, sha256 or sha-1 checksum in Linux.
Customize your desktop and make it more productive with the best indicator applets for Ubuntu 16.04.
Compile and run C++ programs in Ubuntu. Here is the complete guide to set up a C++ development environment with Eclipse in Ubuntu Linux.
A beginner’s guide to learn various ways of installing and removing software in Ubuntu Linux.
Check out the Ubuntu 17.04 release date and the features it is expected to bring.
How much do you know about Ubuntu? Read about these fascinating facts about Ubuntu Linux.
Complete beginner’s guide to change default applications in Ubuntu.
Try the online demo tour of Ubuntu Unity before you go on installing it.
Ubuntu Forum users must pay attention.
digiKam 5.0 installation instructions for Ubuntu 16.04 and Linux Mint.
Easiest way to install Komodo Edit in Ubuntu and Linux Mint via PPA.
Ubuntu 32 bit might be dropped in near future.
Looking for a free video editor for Linux? Here are 5 choices for you.
Screenshot tutorial to create a bootable USB for Fedora in Ubuntu.
Big things come in small packages. CL 100 is an example.
Complete guide to show you how to open WebP files in Linux and how to convert it to PNG or JPEG.
Quickly and easily install Node.js and npm on Ubuntu 16.04.
Easily enable and disable desktop notifications in Ubuntu.
Ubuntu stickers are now available at Unixstickers.
Change hostname on Ubuntu and other Linux distros, in GUI or in Command Line.
Wondering which Ubuntu should you use and why? Here are your answers.
Easily find out if you have 32 bit CPU or 64 bit and if you are running 32 bit or 64 bit Ubuntu.
Easily install Light Table editor in Ubuntu and Linux Mint using PPA.
Install IntelliJ IDEA on Ubuntu and other Linux using PPA, umake and Source Code.
A tiny app for simple translation tasks in desktop Linux.
The city of Vicenza, Italy is planning to switch its municipality’s computers’ OS from Microsoft Windows to Zorin OS.
It is safe, but may not be as safe as Canonical wants us to think.
Ubuntu 16.10 codename announced by Mark Shuttleworth – “Yakkety Yak”!
Oracle has a track record of suing corporates for using its projects.
Save your eyes when you work at computer at night. Get f.lux in Ubuntu Linux.
Problem is tiny, annoying but the solution is easy.
Slimjet to replace Google Chrome on 32 bit Linux OS.
Complete beginner’s guide to install Windows 10 inside Linux using VirtualBox.
All about first Ubuntu tablet, its specification, release date and price.
You never noticed that there was a pattern, did you?
Spotify like desktop experience for SoundCloud with this app.
Mixxx 2.0 brings new features to DJ mixing. Installation instructions for Ubuntu included.
Free and Open Source alternative of Adobe Lightroom for Linux.
Have secrets? Keep them safe by locking folders with password in Linux.
Easiest way to create a compressed encrypted file in Linux.
Step by step beginners guide with screenshot to show you how to install Linux on a Chromebook.
Instructions to install Darktable 2.0 included for Ubuntu based Linux distribution.
Q. How far can you go with DIY projects? A. You can build a self-driving car, all by yourself in about a month.
Apple and Open Source toogether? Yes! Apple’s Swift programming language is now open source. This should not come as surprise because Apple had already announced it six months back. Apple announced the launch of open source Swift community came this week. A new website dedicated to the open source Swift community has been put in place with […]
If you recently upgraded your Ubuntu system and ended up with Kernel 18.104.22.168, you might have a broken system. At the login when you enter your password, it won’t boot into the system rather it just shows the Ubuntu wallpaper. No unity, no launcher, nothing. Something like this: If you are frustrated for not able […]