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If you love games like SimCity, Rollercoaster Tycoon, and OpenTTD, then you’ll love Prison Architect. We’re here to help you get better at it!
To get the best performance and least wear-and-tear on your solid state drive, try these optimizations for your Linux system.
It’s been out for a while, and Samsung has finally released its successor, the Samsung Chromebook 2.
You’ve installed a fresh copy of your favorite Ubuntu-based Linux distribution, either directly on your hard drive or in a virtual machine. The default repositories are pretty good, but since we’re able to add PPAs and other repositories to our installations, we can make our software selection better. Save yourself the time to check around […]
Installing an operating system to the virtual machine isn’t enough – you need to install VirtualBox’s Guest Additions for the best experience. What exactly do they do, and how can you install them?
Can you rely solely on SteamOS with good performance, or should you still keep that dual-boot with Windows? Let’s take a look.
On Linux laptops, one of the most common complaints is that the battery life isn’t that great. You can find out what settings are best for your system using PowerTOP.
Do you like the look of KDE, but wish it were less resource-hungry? With LXQt, your wish has finally been granted.
Finally, there’s a new Linux screencaster that offers good performance, has lots of settings to choose from, and has a good interface to configure it all. Take a look at ScreenStudio and see for yourself.
Do you enjoy using Gnome 2, but don’t want to keep running on old code? Try Gnome Flashback to run the newer Gnome 3 but have the same look as Gnome 2.
Linux distributions will soon get a new display server called Wayland. Let’s take a look at Wayland, and see how you can try it out right now.
There is only one de facto thing that Linux distributions have in common: the Linux kernel. But while it’s often talked about, a lot of people don’t really know exactly what it does.
The latest version of Linux Mint, the 17th release codenamed “Qiana”, is out! It’s a great alternative for people leaving Windows as well as those who just don’t quite like Ubuntu.
You’ve been told that you can do just about anything with Linux, but how far does that statement really go? Linux might be far from popular on desktop computers, but it shines everywhere else. You’ve probably used Linux today, even if you didn’t realize it. Without even mentioning Android devices, let’s take a look at […]
MacBook Pros come with some very nice hardware, but some people want more. Some people want Linux.