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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.



Try These 3 Beautiful Note-Taking Apps That Work Offline

10th July, 2014

How To Synchronize Files On Ubuntu With OneDrive

10th July, 2014

How To Enable Storage Pooling And Mirroring Using Btrfs For Linux

5th July, 2014

How To Get Chrome’s Latest Flash Player To Work In Firefox On Linux

4th July, 2014

Use Natural Language With Betty, Your Digital Assistant In The Linux Terminal

3rd July, 2014

Ubuntu Timekpr Controls Computer Access For Kids, Not Just Internet Access

2nd July, 2014

Your First Home Theatre PC: YouTube Videos On Your TV And More

2nd July, 2014

The Ultimate “Should I Use Linux?” Checklist

1st July, 2014

Linux Has More Than Just Indie Games: Top 8 Blockbuster Games Available

29th June, 2014

How To Optimize Linux For SSDs

24th June, 2014

Need More, Or Updated, Software? Try These 7 Ubuntu PPAs

23rd June, 2014

VirtualBox’s Guest Additions: What They Are And How To Install Them

18th June, 2014

Never Lose That Webpage Again: 6 Ways To Read It Later On Any Platform

17th June, 2014

Is SteamOS A Good Choice For A Gaming System?

17th June, 2014

Experience SoundCloud On Desktop With CloudDeck And Adobe Air

16th June, 2014

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Edubuntu Vs UberStudent: Return To College With The Best Linux Distro

August 19, 2014

School is almost back in session! For Linux users, there are two top-notch distributions out there specifically aimed towards education: Edubuntu and UberStudent.


10 More Tweaks To Make Ubuntu Feel Like Home

August 8, 2014

Not too long ago we gave you 12 tips on how to tweak your Ubuntu installation. Now, we’ve come up with another 10 things you can do to make Ubuntu feel even more like home.


Windows 3.Fun: Getting Really Old Software Running On A 64-Bit PC

August 21, 2014

Bit by bit, Windows’ reverse compatibility is fading. Here’s how to fight that – and get incredibly old 16-bit software and games like Chip’s Challenge running.


Get A Chrome OS Look With The Budgie Desktop For Linux

August 11, 2014

You can’t ever have enough desktop environments for Linux systems! For each new desktop environment, there’s another choice for users that may suit their needs and preferences better than any other solution.

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