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How to Create Ubuntu, Linux OS Bootable USB in Windows

10 hours 21 min ago

A short tutorial for beginners on creating a bootable USB stick in Windows with Ubuntu/Linux ISO images. A bootable Ubuntu USB is handy for multiple reasons. Suppose you are a Windows user and thinking of migrating to Linux. In that case, you can experience Ubuntu desktop/Linux desktops without hampering your PC configuration or installation using...

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Top 5 Live Streaming Applications for Ubuntu and Other Linux [2022 Edition]

10 hours 26 min ago

This post lists the top five live streaming applications for Ubuntu Linux with features, highlights, download details, and comparison. It is the best time to incorporate online video content for your business. Why? Because research suggests that the global online video market is growing at a rate of ~20% per year. And thanks to some...

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Manjaro Linux Review: Detailed deep-dive with Performance, Hardware Support, + More

10 hours 28 min ago

We review the Manjaro Linux with decade-old hardware and new hardware to test its performance. Here are the results. A few months back, we received several comments on why we have not included “Manjaro Linux” in the article we published – “best Linux Distributions“. So, I decided to review Manjaro’s current state and performance in...

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Speech Recognition to Text in Linux, Ubuntu using Google Docs

10 hours 31 min ago

This is how you can convert speech to text in Linux systems, including Ubuntu. There is not much speech recognition software available in Linux systems, including native desktop apps. There are some apps available that use IBM Watson and other APIs to convert speech to text, but they are not user-friendly and require an advanced...

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True Lightweight Notepad for Ubuntu and Other Linux

15 hours 55 min ago

A current list of lightweight and resource-friendly basic GUI-based notepad(s) for Ubuntu and other Linux. Linux is a popular operating system known for its speed, stability, and flexibility. One of the key features of Linux is the ability to customize and configure the system to suit your needs. This includes choosing the right applications and...

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Customize GNOME Desktop in Ubuntu with a Clean Look

Saturday 3rd of December 2022 08:45:00 PM

This tutorial gives you some easy steps to customize GNOME Desktop with a clean look with minimal effort. Here’s how. We are continuing with the “GNOME look and customization” series with various ways of customizing the default GNOME look in the popular Ubuntu desktop. Here’s another instalment on giving Ubuntu GNOME desktop a clean look....

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Connect to WiFi Using Terminal in Arch Linux and Other Distros

Saturday 3rd of December 2022 12:36:00 PM

This quick guide explains the steps you need to set up and connect to WiFi using a terminal in Arch Linux and other distros. This guide is ideal for those scenarios where you are stuck with a terminal without any GUI, and no other wired internet connectivity is available. These steps help you to manually...

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Linux Mint: The Beginner-Friendly Linux Operating System for Everyone

Saturday 3rd of December 2022 12:30:00 PM

This article contains all the necessary information you need for Linux Mint and helps you to learn and make a wise decision on your journey with this operating system. Linux Mint is a Ubuntu LTS-based (Long Term Support) Linux operating system which brings an out-of-the-box computing experience. This distribution is designed with such a craft...

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Xfce 4.18: Top New Features & Release Guide

Friday 2nd of December 2022 04:15:00 PM

A comprehensive guide of Xfce 4.18 features across core & native apps. After almost two years of development, Xfce 4.18 will be released during Christmas 2022. Coming as a major release since Xfce 4.16, the development was going on to enhance this lightweight desktop under the development tag 4.17. Xfce 4.18 is a significant milestone...

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How to Find Free Disk Space in Ubuntu and Other Linux [Beginner’s Guide]

Friday 2nd of December 2022 06:01:36 AM

A simple tutorial demonstrates how to find free disk space in Ubuntu and other Linux distros using the command line and GUI tools. Every day we create data, knowingly or unknowingly. And that directly costs disk space. A few commands in the terminal can give you a better idea about the storage situation in your...

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6 Best Python IDE(s) and Code Editor(s)

Friday 2nd of December 2022 05:00:00 AM

We list the six best Python code editor(s) for Ubuntu and other Linux distros and Windows in 2022. Python is everywhere today, and it is arguably the C programming language of the modern era. You can find Python everywhere, from websites, apps, data science projects, and AI to IoT devices. So being a popular programming...

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How to Enable Volume and Power Control in Amazon Fire TV Stick

Friday 2nd of December 2022 04:50:00 AM

This quick guide helps you to enable the power and volume button in Amazon’s Fire TV Stick remote. When you set up Amazon’s Fire TV Stick by connecting to your TV set, the power button and volume buttons don’t get detected sometimes. While all other controls of your Fire TV remote work perfectly. The primary...

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Pop OS 22.04 LTS – New Features and Release Updates

Friday 2nd of December 2022 04:47:00 AM

System76 released the Pop OS 22.04 LTS on April 25, 2022. We unwrap the new features and updates in this post. System76’s POP OS is based on Ubuntu releases, and the Ubuntu 22.04 LTS release is just released. Following the release schedule, the Pop OS 22.04 is now available for download and upgrade. You can...

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Pop OS Review: Reasons why its an all-rounder Linux distro

Friday 2nd of December 2022 04:40:00 AM

Few reasons why System76’s Pop OS is the best all-rounder Ubuntu-based Linux distribution. Pop!_OS is a Ubuntu Linux-based derivative developed and created by American computer manufacturer System76 for their lines of hardware devices. System76 sells high-end servers, desktops, laptops and other peripherals. And all of their runs on the Ubuntu variant Pop!_OS. Since its inception,...

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Does an Ethernet splitter slow down speed?

Friday 2nd of December 2022 04:30:00 AM

This post summarises detailed information about ethernet splitter, their speed, and different FAQ to help you choose the best hardware. Switches, hubs, and ethernet splitters are just some of the networking equipment that helps to expand a network. Small ethernet splitters are the most basic of these devices. Ethernet splitters are small network devices that...

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Customize GNOME Desktop in Ubuntu with this Colorful Look

Thursday 1st of December 2022 06:35:00 PM

The default GNOME desktop in Ubuntu can be customized in many ways. There are many available GTK and icon themes which you can easily apply and transform your daily driver desktop to a different look without losing performance and productivity. In this guide, I will apply one colourful icon theme to the earlier customization we...

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How to Install and Use Snap Packages in Ubuntu

Thursday 1st of December 2022 11:55:00 AM

A tutorial on how to find, install and maintain snap packages in Ubuntu. Snappy (in short, Snap) packages are transactional packages developed by Canonical for Ubuntu for its line of solution offerings. Due to its transactional nature, snap packages can be used in across Linux Distributions. Snap packages are handy due to their atomic update...

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List Files and Directories in Style Using lsd and exa

Thursday 1st of December 2022 11:50:00 AM

Reimagine and style your file and directories list using two ls utilities – lsd and exa. The ls command in Linux is the most used command. This command lists files and directories in the terminal. So, as you can see, it’s pretty popular and perhaps used by everyone. But the command outputs a large set...

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How to Install and Use Zsh Shell in Ubuntu and Other Linux

Thursday 1st of December 2022 11:50:00 AM

This guide explains how to install, use and configure several themes in Zsh. I bet all true Linux fans love Terminal. A Terminal is a way of executing commands from a user for the Linux Kernel. And a way for Linux Kernel to interact with users as well. Hence, it is always a much faster...

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Top 10 32-Bit Linux Distributions in 2022 [Compared]

Thursday 1st of December 2022 11:45:00 AM

We list the best 32-bit Linux distributions that still support ancient systems. What is happening with 32-bit Linux Distros? Linux always supports older hardware, thanks to the community. But more and more Linux operating systems are dropping support for 32-bit systems mainly because it takes additional testing effort to keep another build apart from 64-bit,...

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