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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.

QuiteRSS – A Clean & Effective Standalone RSS Reader

Linux Mac

QuiteRSS – A Clean & Effective Standalone RSS Reader

It’s a shame that Google Reader is being retired soon, but it’s also a good time to realize that there are (and always have been) some incredibly viable alternatives to the service. I’d be lying if I said that I thought Google Reader was not the best web-based RSS reader available, but there are throngs of standalone RSS applications out there for your desktop or laptop. If you’re being forced to look for a new solution to reading your RSS feeds, consider one of these.

Craig Snyder March 26, 2013 26-03-2013
QuiteRSS – A Clean & Effective Standalone RSS Reader
Windows 8: A Review From A Linux User’s Perspective

Linux Windows

Windows 8: A Review From A Linux User’s Perspective

Many people have feared that Windows 8 would be an entirely new experience, and that our traditional workflow would be disrupted. Some people have even claimed that Windows 8 may cause them to abandon the operating system family and switch to Linux so that they can run up to date code without upgrading Windows. However, is any of this really the case?

Danny Stieben March 16, 2013 16-03-2013
Windows 8: A Review From A Linux User’s Perspective
How Do I Install Ubuntu on a New Windows 8 Computer?

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How Do I Install Ubuntu on a New Windows 8 Computer?

The introduction of personal computers with Windows 8 preinstalled with them also introduced a controversial under-the-hood modification – Secure Boot. Secure Boot is a technology which is included in any new computer that has Windows 8 preinstalled and the official sticker. It is meant to check that you have a certified operating system installed on your computer before it tries to boot it.

Danny Stieben March 9, 2013 09-03-2013
How Do I Install Ubuntu on a New Windows 8 Computer?
How To Install The Ubuntu Touch Preview On Your Nexus Android Device

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How To Install The Ubuntu Touch Preview On Your Nexus Android Device

Ubuntu is developing on a touch-focused interface for smartphones and tablets, with plans to ship Ubuntu smartphones in 2014. If you’re interested in trying it right now, there’s good news: You can install the preview release of Ubuntu Touch on a Nexus device (the Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 4, Nexus 7, or Nexus 10). Be aware though that this is an early version of Ubuntu Touch. It’s been called beta, but it’s actually alpha.

Chris Hoffman March 8, 2013 08-03-2013
How To Install The Ubuntu Touch Preview On Your Nexus Android Device
Which Is The Best Note-Taking App Out There? [MakeUseOf Poll]

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Which Is The Best Note-Taking App Out There? [MakeUseOf Poll]

Last week we asked you which devices (desktops, laptops, tablets) should be available for children at school. While not many of you chose to answer this poll, the discussion that ensued in the comments was interesting and enlightening, with many different opinions brought to the table. But which answer got the most votes in the poll?

Yaara Lancet March 3, 2013 03-03-2013
Which Is The Best Note-Taking App Out There? [MakeUseOf Poll]
How To Tether Your Smartphone In Linux

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How To Tether Your Smartphone In Linux

Our smartphones are amazing tools as they receive Internet service almost wherever we travel, unlike most laptops which are limited to whatever WiFi hotspot they can find. While some carriers place limits on the amount of data which you can consume, others have plans which have higher limits which allow tethering, as well as unlimited data.

Danny Stieben February 28, 2013 28-02-2013
How To Tether Your Smartphone In Linux
SlimBoat – A Newer Take On The Browser [Windows & Linux]

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SlimBoat – A Newer Take On The Browser [Windows & Linux]

Once you’ve tried Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Opera, and Safari, is there anything left? The browser is generally considered to be the most important part of your home PC experience. It’s the vehicle that lets you stroll out into this wonderful Internet that we all know so well. Once you fall in love with a particular browser, it’s very tough to be pulled away from it. I only recently made the transition from Firefox to Chrome, and many would say I’m a good year late on that.

Craig Snyder February 26, 2013 26-02-2013
SlimBoat – A Newer Take On The Browser [Windows & Linux]
Which Office Solutions Should I Use On Linux & Why?

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Which Office Solutions Should I Use On Linux & Why?

Computers are necessary tools to be productive members in today’s society. We need them to be able to do what we want them to, whenever and wherever. A part of being productive means using an office suite to write documents and create presentations. Under Linux, there are a number of great options available which allow you to be as productive as you possibly can. Each office suite has its own advantages.

Danny Stieben February 25, 2013 25-02-2013
Which Office Solutions Should I Use On Linux & Why?
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