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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.



LXQt: A Lightweight Linux Desktop Environment Built With KDE Technologies

13th June, 2014

Linux Screen Recording Just Got Quicker and Easier with ScreenStudio

13th June, 2014

Chromecast Support Will Come To VLC For Android, iOS, And Desktop

11th June, 2014

Gnome Flashback: A Gnome 2 Look-Alike Shell For Gnome 3

11th June, 2014

How To Try Wayland, A New Display Server For Linux

4th June, 2014

The Linux Kernel: An Explanation In Layman’s Terms

3rd June, 2014

Is Linux Mint 17 “Qiana” The Ubuntu Killer?

31st May, 2014

Linux Is Everywhere: 10 Things You Didn’t Know Were Penguin-Powered

30th May, 2014

How To Install Linux On A MacBook Pro Retina

26th May, 2014

Using Ubuntu 14.04? Here’s How To Use The Latest Gnome Release

22nd May, 2014

Why You Should Consider Using A Custom Android Kernel

20th May, 2014

Is Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 A Good Corporate Desktop?

19th May, 2014

It’s Your Choice: The Top 10 Linux Desktop Environments

15th May, 2014

Linux Users: Get This Album As A Kernel Module

14th May, 2014

Want To Try Ubuntu Touch? Here’s How

12th May, 2014

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How To Try Ubuntu’s Upcoming Desktop Right Now

July 18, 2014

Canonical is at work on Unity 8, which looks more to revolutionize the desktop shell rather than just evolve it. Here’s how you can try it.


Atraci Offers 60 Millions Songs For Free Without Ads

July 26, 2014

Can’t find a particular song on Spotify or Rdio? Try Atraci, a Windows, Mac and Linux music player powered by YouTube with no ads and no need to sign up for an account.


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

July 3, 2014

Personal assistants like Siri and Google Now can be pretty useful, but there’s used to be nothing like that for your Linux computer. Now it’s Linux’s turn with Betty.


4 Ways Linux Is Spreading Affordable Computing Around The World

July 26, 2014

Linux is everywhere, and has the potential to be everywhere, including places in the world where computing needs to be extraordinarily affordable. Linux is the perfect solution for this, but why?

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