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9 Beautiful Alternatives To The Default Linux Icon Sets

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The Death Of XP: Advantage Linux [We Ask You Results]

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Signed Up for SSH-only Web Hosting? Don’t Worry – Easily Install Any Web Software

16th February, 2014
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Running Linux from USB: Are You Doing It Right?

10th February, 2014
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3 Ways to Access And Use Cloud Storage (SkyDrive etc.) In Linux

29th October, 2013
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Ubuntu 13.10 Launched With Friends Scope, Dash Filters and More

17th October, 2013
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Quickly Install Google’s Web Fonts On Your Linux Computer

5th September, 2013
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Installed Ubuntu on Your Laptop? 6 Tweaks You’ll Need

10th August, 2013
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Curious About Linux? 5 Easy & No Risk Ways To Try Linux On Your Windows PC

4th July, 2013
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Should You Use AMD Proprietary Graphics Drivers & How Do You Install Them? [Ubuntu]

10th June, 2013
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Tired Of Windows 8? How To Dual Boot Windows & Ubuntu

30th May, 2013
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Ubuntu 13.04: What’s New In Raring Ringtail? [Linux]

11th May, 2013
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CrunchBang: A Lightweight OS Perfect For Old And New Computers Alike

18th April, 2013
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How Do I Install Ubuntu on a New Windows 8 Computer?

9th March, 2013
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How To Install The Ubuntu Touch Preview On Your Nexus Android Device

8th March, 2013

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Tired Of Windows 8? How To Dual Boot Windows & Ubuntu

May 30, 2013

If you discover that Windows 8 isn’t quite your cup of tea, and you have no feasible path to downgrade, it may be a good idea to dual boot with Linux to have an alternative operating system you can use. For most people, using Ubuntu is an excellent choice because of its popularity, software selection, hardware support, and ease of use. However, if you want to dual-boot, you need to do a few things before you’re ready to enjoy your Linux installation.

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Curious About Linux? 5 Easy & No Risk Ways To Try Linux On Your Windows PC

July 4, 2013

Want to check out Linux, but fear you might wreck your existing Windows installation? Don’t. There are plenty of risk-free ways to try Linux, from live CDs to USB keys to virtual machines. Whether you’re thinking of ditching Windows or simply want to tinker with some tech, Linux is worth looking into. If you want to see how user friendly Linux can be, I recommend starting with Ubuntu, though others will tell you Linux Mint is a better first experience. If you consider yourself a geek, at least try it out.

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Ubuntu 13.04: What’s New In Raring Ringtail? [Linux]

May 11, 2013

On April 25th, the newest version of one of the most popular Linux distributions was released — Ubuntu 13.04, codenamed “Raring Ringtail”. Unlike previous releases of Ubuntu, 13.04 doesn’t bring extraordinary new visual features which may make some people even more skeptical about this release than others. So what exactly is new, and should you really upgrade?

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Running Linux from USB: Are You Doing It Right?

February 10, 2014

Did you know that can keep data persistent, or even do a full install for Linux, on a USB drive?

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