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.
Setting up a Raspberry Pi need not be difficult, even if you use don’t use Windows. Today we show you how it’s done in Linux.
Want an additional layer of security on your Linux login? Thanks to Google Authenticator, it is possible to add two-factor authentication to your Ubuntu PC (and other Linux operating systems).
Linux is in a state of permanent evolution; major changes are sometimes easily missed. While some enhancements can be surprising, some simply make sense: check out these apt-get changes and see what you think.
Gentoo is a true Linux operating system for power users, but with the right knowledge, anyone can gain control over their PC with Gentoo Linux — even you!
Pipelight used to help to solve Windows-compatibility problems, letting you install Windows only browser plugins such as Silverlight on Linux. But this program has now been retired, so what should you use instead?
Scrivener isn’t available for Linux — so how will you keep track of where these characters go, what they’ve done, and how they complete their journey? Well, one of these tools should help.
Looking for a fast graphics card? You have two main options: AMD and Nvidia. But getting the most from them with Linux drivers can be challenging. Should you choose proprietary drivers or open source?
Aggrieved that your favorite operating system doesn’t feature the options you love? Reckon that your ideas for an improved desktop experience should be listened to? Well, so does Canonical.
You can get a lot done in the command line in Linux, including managing and troubleshooting network issues. Find out about the new ip command, wget, ping, and more.
Perhaps you’ve switched to Linux from macOS; or perhaps you just like the idea of a dock. Whichever it is, these five desktop docks for Linux will help you to improve your productivity.
Want to play some classic games on your Raspberry Pi? These ten titles are available without using emulation. Grab them and you’ll be playing in minutes!
As a Linux distro, NuTyX is aimed at Linux fanatics. But because of its command line interface, it’s a pretty bare-bones but functional OS. Is NuTyX right for you?
I like to save money, and one way I’ve saved thousands is by using Linux. For the past decade, I’ve spent nothing on the software I use, and remained productive.
Extra functionality and flexibility can be gained on a Chromebook with Developer Mode. But is it a good idea? Could the negatives outweigh the positives? Is it worth the risk?
Replace tons of bulky Android apps with just one slim Linux command line app.
Netflix depends on Silverlight; Silverlight doesn’t play well with Linux. But Linux users have an easy-to-use workaround.
Just bought a Chromebook and wondering which apps you should install to get started, and use it for work and other tasks? Here are the best productivity apps for your Chromebook.
Windows and macOS are commercial, proprietary, closed source operating systems. Linux, and its many applications, are free and open source. Want to use only free and open source software? Here’s how.
Linux hardware company System76 has launched its own Linux operating system. This distro, known as Pop!_OS, will be preinstalled on all new System76 computers. But is it any good?
Raspbian Jessie is a great Raspberry Pi operating system. But what if you want a more traditional Linux experience? Well, you could go ahead and install Ubuntu instead.
The Raspberry Pi is an awesome little computer, but you might not be making best use of it. If your Rasperberry Pi is running a Linux operating system, you’ll need these apps installed!
We’ve looked at the benefits of using open source software, but what about the other way around: contributing to them? Can getting involved in an open source project aid your personal development?
You’re interested in Linux and have read a few blog posts. Along the way, you’ve come across a funny name: GNU/Linux. But what does this mean?
Windows Insiders can now download and install Ubuntu onto Windows 10. This brings Linux and Windows together in an unholy union few ever imagined they’d live long enough to witness.