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.
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.
We’ve brought you five Linux screen recorders that you can use to record your desktop on any computer, even the Raspberry Pi!
Your PC runs Linux. How on earth are you going to install Microsoft Office, and use it without running into problems?
If you’re looking to level up your Linux game, you’ll want to seek out the top experts. Check out these Linux thought leaders, experts, and projects to follow on Twitter!
It’s easy to create a DIY bootable live CD in Linux, using third-party tools or official Linux operating systems. Need help? Follow these steps to create a Linux Live CD in minutes.
Switching to Linux is a great way to breathe life into an aging machine, but it’s also a lot of work! Need to lighten the load on your Linux-powered machine? Try these apps!
Ubuntu Customization Kit offers a DIY experience for creating a customized Ubuntu-based distro, with your own choice of apps and desktop, for burning to CD or USB. Time to build your own custom distro!
If you’ve used Ubuntu you have probably used the apt command at some point. But did you know there’s so much more to it than apt-get install and apt-get upgrade?
Need to set up a DIY security webcam system on your Linux system? These six Linux-compatible clients are ideal, and will suit DIY security cam projects of all sizes.
What video editor is available for Linux users? Available for Windows and macOS as well as Linux, OpenShot 2.0 is on course to become the most popular video editor Linux.