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.
Google Drive is great for syncing files to the cloud. But without an official Linux client, how do you access Google Drive on Ubuntu?
Linux isn’t ideal for gaming, but it’s absolutely possible! Here are five Linux distributions made specifically for gaming.
Encryption is a security essential. Here’s how Tomb can keep your sensitive information encrypted and hidden out of sight.
Looking for the best convertible Chromebook 2-in-1 laptop? We’ve got a list of the best models, some of which can run Android apps!
You’re interested in switching to Linux… but where do you start? Is your PC compatible? Will your favorite apps work? Here’s everything you need to know to get started with Linux.
Steganography lets you encrypt data by hiding information inside normal image files.
Ever wondered why you can’t access Windows files while using Linux on a dual-boot computer? Here’s how.
Canonical has announced that upcoming versions of Ubuntu will collect data about the PCs they’re installed on and the way they’re used.
Chromebooks were already great, and now they’re even better because you can install Windows software on them.
WhatsApp released a Microsoft Store app, a wrapper for its desktop app. Notifications and keyboard shortcuts aside, it’s identical to WhatsApp Web.
Here are some of the ways open-source software has unmistakably changed the world.
Lakka is a retro gaming solution with a Linux foundation that’s easy to install and use, yet comprehensive and customizable.
Online security tools are vital, but open source security apps are preferable. Here are seven you should try.
Which browser should you install on Linux? Firefox may be the default option, but here are some great alternative Linux browsers to check out.
There are many uses a couple can find for Linux, from managing your responsibilities to arranging date nights to having fun with games.
If you’re using a GNOME-based desktop, you might not know that several exclusive apps are included. Are they any good? And should you start using them?
Could installing Android on your PC make you more efficient? It will certainly let you play mobile games. It’s easy to install Android on your PC with Phoenix OS, just follow these steps!
Want to make your Raspberry Pi really useful as a desktop computer? Need some great apps to accompany your use of it as a programming device? Try these five great apps.
Did you know that you can protect your personal files on Linux by encrypting your files and folders? Here’s how to do that using Ubuntu and GnuPG.
When it comes to Linux VOIP apps, many people decide on Skype. But there are plenty of great alternatives! Here are four that we like.
It’s easy to love Linux and never show appreciation to the people who make it all happen. But you can change that by making donations to these seven open source organizations.
What if you wanted to get online without using a browser at all. Is it even possible? Let’s find out how the lack of a browser isn’t an obstacle.
Many use Linux to play classic games and apps in an MS-DOS emulator. But are you using the best tools? Here are three ways to emulate MS-DOS on Linux.
Planning to switch to Linux? While it isn’t any harder to use than Windows, it is different. Here are five things you should know when switching to Linux.