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If you’re a beginner- or intermediate-level Linux user, we’ll help you make the most of the open-source operating system. Topics covered include the best Linux distros, the best Linux software, and the best Linux games, as well as tips & tricks for those switching from Windows and Mac OS X.



Open For All: Linux Foundation & edX Launch Course For Learning Linux

12th March, 2014

Manjaro Linux: Arch For People Who Don’t Have Time

11th March, 2014

Can You Get An iOS 7 Device To Work Well With Linux?

6th March, 2014

Gnome Boxes: An Easy Way To Set Up Virtual Machines in Linux

24th February, 2014

How to Install Linux on a Chromebook

18th February, 2014

How To Easily Enable Silverlight, And Watch Netflix, on Linux

17th February, 2014
Innovation Trends in Data Center Technology Think Tank

Signed Up for SSH-only Web Hosting? Don’t Worry – Easily Install Any Web Software

16th February, 2014

openSUSE 13.1: A Solid Linux Release With Long Term Support

14th February, 2014

Running Linux from USB: Are You Doing It Right?

10th February, 2014

4 Ways to Teach Yourself Terminal Commands in Linux

7th February, 2014

Be On The Bleeding Edge of Linux with Fedora Rawhide

5th February, 2014

Open Source AMD Graphics Are Now Awesome, Here’s How To Get Them

4th February, 2014

How to Get An Android Development Environment Set Up in Fedora Linux

30th January, 2014

Does Firefox Look Out Of Place In Gnome Shell? Try These Two Tips

28th January, 2014

Easily Increase Your Battery Life With TLP for Linux

27th January, 2014

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Video Editing on Linux Just Got Better With PiTiVi

April 15, 2014

PiTiVi, a video editor that has historically been in the “simple home user” category, has gained several features since its early days.


Why I Switched From Windows 7 To Elementary OS Luna

March 20, 2014

Bye bye, Windows. Hello, Linux! Here’s what convinced me that eOS Luna is a better bet than Windows 7.


Windows XP Lasted Longer Than World Wars I & II Combined

March 19, 2014

Think Microsoft is letting Windows XP die too soon? You’re not alone. Many think this is a cash grab. What if I told you Windows XP is the longest supported version of Windows ever?


Dukto Offers Cross-Platform, Drag-And-Drop File Sharing

April 1, 2014

Drag and drop a file; send it to the desktop of another computer on your network. Dukto makes local file sharing simple, regardless of operating system.

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