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How Linux Bash Shell Works on Windows 10

With the release of the Anniversary Update for Windows 10, Microsoft announced the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) - a way to run real,...
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How to Sandbox Non-trusted Apps in Linux Systems

Sometimes we have to run an application that we do not trust, but we are afraid that it might look at or delete our...
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How to Sync Your OneDrive Account on a Linux Computer

OneDrive, Microsoft's cloud storage service is a pretty popular offering when it comes to cloud storage services. OneDrive enables us to access our files...
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6 Best Sketch Alternatives for Windows and Linux

Sketch is a modern graphics design app for macOS that took the world by storm after its release in 2010. It is now the...

5 Best Open Office Alternatives for Windows, macOS and Linux

Remember Open Office or OpenOffice.org? Well, we won't blame you if you don't. The open-source office software gained a lot of popularity in the...

10 Linux Distros You Should Know About

It seems easy to create Linux distributions these days. Take your favorite distro, change the desktop environment, add a set of apps you find...

10 Fresh Messenger Apps for Linux

Can you remember a time when everyone used the same instant messaging app? Even before the age of social media, there were always multiple contenders:...
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Use Linux And Miss CCleaner? Check Out These Alternatives

Of all the software applications considered "must-haves" for a computer, CCleaner is probably one of the most popular. Lightweight yet powerful, it's a system utility...
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What’s the Difference Between Ubuntu and Fedora?

New Linux distributions just keep appearing, and for some users it's becoming tedious trying to keep up. You've probably heard someone ask "What's the...
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How to Install and Set up Kodi in Ubuntu 16.04

Kodi is undoubtedly one of the most popular media center software in the market. For the uninitiated, it's a free and open source application...
Google Drive Clients for Linux (Unofficial)

4 Popular (Unofficial) Google Drive Linux Clients

It has been over four years since Google launched its cloud storage service Google Drive, and there's no doubt it has grown to become...
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How To Boot Linux On PC Using Android Phone

Out of the numerous advantages that the free and open-source Linux has, one very useful is the availability of numerous great Linux distributions that you...

10 Free Online Resources for Learning Linux

Linux used to have a reputation of being complicated and hard to learn. You're probably familiar with the stereotype that only hardcore geeks could...
Top 10 Screen Recorders for Linux

Top 10 Screen Recorders for Linux

Recording your desktop is one of the coolest things you can do on your computer. There are so many things you can do with...
Linux Music Player Apps

10 Best Linux Music Player Apps

Listening to music is a way of life for many people and choosing a good music app these days is a hard task due...

Linux Mint vs Ubuntu: What is the Difference?

If you're a beginner in the world of Linux, chances are you've been recommended to install Ubuntu or Linux Mint as your first distribution....
Top 10 Screen Recorders for Linux

30 Best Linux Apps And Software

Every Linux user has a set of his or her favorite, must-have applications. The selection depends on their preferences, habits, and often on the...
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10 Best Web Browsers For Linux

Web browsers have taken over the desktop. For many people, the browser is the most used application, which is why it's so important to...
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Unix vs Linux: What Is The Difference?

If you've just started reading and learning about Linux, you might have encountered the term "Unix". The word itself looks similar to Linux, but...
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40 Essential Linux Commands You Should Know

In the context of operating systems in general, and Linux in particular, the term "command" means either a command line application or functionality built...
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