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.
Accessibility features are an essential part of any operating system. How do the Chromebook’s accessibility features stack up? Here’s all you need to know.
Enjoying music or movies on your Chromebook, but finding things a bit quiet? Here’s how to boost your Chromebook’s volume beyond its max.
Need to run Linux software within Windows? Don’t worry. You have several options available!
Linux is highly configurable and adaptable, and free. As such, it may not surprise you to learn that people use Linux for many unusual tasks.
Some manufacturers have started offering pre-built Linux systems, and System76 Galago Pro and Dell XPS 13 Developer Edition are two of the best.
What was true 10 years ago no longer holds: Linux has become a viable gaming platform. Here’s everything you need to know about gaming on Linux.
If you’ve heard about Linux, then you know about the most popular version for desktop users: Ubuntu. But which flavor of Ubuntu is right for you?
Whether you’re looking for ways to enjoy classic MS-DOS PC games or relive wonderful 8-bit games from your childhood, Linux is the ultimate choice.
More and more Linux distros are discontinuing their 32-bit versions. Why are they doing this? And how does it affect you? Here’s all you need to know.
For devices running Linux, here’s everything you need to know about finding, setting, and changing your IP address and hostname.
If you’re considering switching to Linux, you might be concerned about how you’re going to transfer and access your valuable data. The answer is simpler than you think.
Migrating to Linux from Windows can be tricky. There's the unfamiliarity of the new platform,…
Not sure which version of Linux to try out first? Linux Mint is a popular option, and one of the friendliest and most versatile versions of Linux available.
Of the many desktop environments available for Linux, the increasingly popular Budgie desktop stands out for its simplicity and similarities to Chrome OS.
The GNOME 3 desktop is now the default for Ubuntu, and it supports many shell extensions that add extra functionality. Here’s how to find and install GNOME shell extensions on Ubuntu.
Unity has been replaced with an updated version of the GNOME desktop. Don’t like the way it looks? Here’s how to install new GNOME themes for a whole new look.
Chromebooks deserve their reputation for being easy-to-use, but that doesn’t mean everything is simple. To help you get to grips, here’s an ultimate how-to guide for your Chromebook.
Microsoft is a corporate entity, so it isn’t big on emotions. But over the past few years, the company has embraced Linux in quite a few big ways.
Ubuntu 18.04 LTS has been released, but do you really need to upgrade to it? Well, if you want any of these great new features, the answer is yes.
Want to preserve your vinyl records with a digital copy? Here’s how to easily record any vinyl album to your computer.
GNOME is the desktop interface you get on most Linux distributions. Want to speed things up? These tweaks will improve your GNOME experience.
Want to enjoy retro gaming, but don’t want to lose your existing Raspbian projects and environment? Then install RetroPie as an app. Here’s what you need to know.
Thinking about building your own Linux PC? You’ll learn a lot, but it may not be the best option for you. Here’s everything you need to consider.
If you’re on Linux, there’s no need to use weather websites for forecasts. Just use these widgets and panels instead.