Get the most out of earth’s best open-source operating system. We’ll highlight the best Linux distros, software and games, and share tips useful for anyone switching from Windows or OS X.
Five Linux operating system distributions are particularly suitable for running virtual machines, so let’s take a look at them.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation has released PIXEL on PC and Mac. This means that anyone can enjoy the same experience even when switching from a Raspberry Pi to a PC or Mac.
Backing up files in Linux shouldn’t be difficult. You could use Grsync, but to get to grips with the tool’s full features, you need to discard the user interface and try rsync.
So impressed by Linux that you want to get involved, but have zero programming skills? Here’s just some of the ways you can give back to your favorite Linux distribution, without being a developer.
Linux Mint is a distro that has roots in Ubuntu but lots of changes that make it worthwhile. In this article, we explore the five flavors of desktop environment that you can try.
Fedora 25 delivers the latest from the GNOME project, but what’s the story with the new display server, Wayland? Is the next generation display server really ready for prime time?
There's a misconception that Linux users don't need antivirus software. True, Linux does best Windows…
Looking to get more from the Linux terminal? Learning how to manually mount and unmount your hard disks is a great place to start. Modern Linux distributions make this much easier and intuitive than ever.
What does Linux look like? Sometimes, Unity; other times, GNOME. Oftentimes, though, Linux runs KDE. If you’re not using the erstwhile K Desktop Environment on your Linux PC, now is the time to change!
POSIX signals are a result of the Unix foundation at the heart of macOS, but why are they there and how can you still use them?
There is so much going on in the Linux world, from new features in GNOME Shell to the release of Plasma 5, and the amazing Elementary OS, so why do you stick with Ubuntu?
In time, Unity 8 is expected to unify the Ubuntu experience across phones, tablets, and desktops, using the Mir display server. You can try both of them out today with Ubuntu 16.10 Yakkety Yak.