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Modifying a little known feature called the hosts file can improve your system security, whether you need to create shortcuts, block websites, or more. But how do you find and make changes to it?
Your portable thumb-sized USB flash drive is a security risk. But if you’re a Linux user, you can easily encrypt the drive to protect data should it be stolen.
Using Linux wisely can make you just as productive as other operating systems, and adding displays to your setup can provide further benefits. Installing external displays to Ubuntu is easier than you might think.
Switched to Linux and want to access your iTunes library? It’s not as simple as you may think, but there are several strong iTunes alternatives that you can switch to offering a similar experience.
The cross-platform Handbrake utility has gotten a significant update that makes it even better at converting videos between various codecs. Let’s check out all of the exciting stuff in the newest Handbrake.
Today, GNOME 3 is finally regaining users, and there are less people who go online to voice their hatred for the desktop environment. What happened to make GNOME slowly come back?
Lenovo’s ThinkPad laptops are known as being among the best Windows laptops you can buy; so when Lenovo released a ThinkPad-branded Chromebook, we were eager to see whether the ThinkPad branding was justified.
What exactly is Cloud flavor, and how is it different from the Server flavor? What can you do with it? We’ll take a closer look so you know which choice is best for you.
There are various factors that you need to consider when you’re choosing a VPS provider. Instead of naming providers, here’s a general guide that will help you choose the right VPS for you.
This guide is all about how to pick the right distribution, and how to test them before you actually commit to using it, arguably one of the most difficult steps in getting into Linux.
We’ll show you how to set up your own server, and explain why a hosted virtual private server (VPS) may still be a better choice.
How can you tell when you’re not a Linux rookie anymore? Check out these mistakes rookies make, and see if you’ve made any of them recently. If you have, don’t worry!
Linux is a great choice for programming, as it’s easy to install support for virtually any language you can think of. Programming is simply made easier on Linux. But there’s more to it.
Whether you have a Samsung device and want to avoid the built-in apps, or you just want some of those cool Samsung features, these are apps you should check out.
There’s so much you can do with an Ubuntu installation. But what if you could take that same Ubuntu installation and make it portable so you can have it with you wherever you are?