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Vanilla OS 22.10 Review: Ambitious Linux Distro for Tech-Savvy Users

Tuesday 10th of January 2023 08:33:27 AM

A detailed deep-dive review of Vanilla OS 22.10 “Kinetic” – arrives with a stock Ubuntu and GNOME experience. About Vanilla OS 22.10 “Kinetic” There is joy in trying out a freshly baked Linux distro. And it’s time to have a first distro review of the Vanilla OS. Vanilla OS is a new and unique Linux...

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How to Install EndeavourOS: Step-by-Step Guide

Monday 9th of January 2023 06:09:47 AM

Here’s simple Endeavouros install guide as a standalone or dual-boot system with Windows. About EndeavourOS EndeavourOS is an Arch Linux-based distribution which became popular in the last couple of years. It is easy to use because of installation methods, unique native scripts and tools and user-centric desktop design. EndeavourOS is the best starting point for...

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Writing Macro in LibreOffice Impress: Getting Started

Sunday 8th of January 2023 01:38:00 PM

This simple tutorial will show how to create your first Impress presentation macro in LibreOffice. Macro is used to automate various tasks from simple to complex. Like other macro tutorials for Calc spreadsheets, it is possible to automate Impress using Basic in LibreOffice. Objective This tutorial will access a simple Impress ODP file with two...

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How to Install, Change, Autostart Screensaver in Ubuntu

Sunday 8th of January 2023 08:32:00 AM

This basic guide will help to install, change and autostart screensavers in Ubuntu. Screensavers are beautiful for desktops and should be available to everyone as part of their preferred OS. However, if you are an Ubuntu user, you might notice a blank screen for the screensaver. After dropping GNOME 3 (16.04 onwards), Ubuntu shows a...

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Top 5 Privacy Focused Linux Distributions [Compared]

Sunday 8th of January 2023 07:34:00 AM

We list the best five privacy centric Linux Distributions of 2023 in this article to give you a heads up before choosing one. Internet privacy has become a major concern with the Pandemic and work-from-home situations. The more we go deep into the digital edge, the more cyber security and privacy become a considerable aspect...

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Find Files and Directories in Linux from Command Line [Examples]

Sunday 8th of January 2023 06:50:00 AM

This article is part of the Linux command series and explains various examples of find commands in Linux to find files and directories. Although most file managers bring built-in search features, the find command is one of the best terminal tools for casual users to system administrators. Using its wide range of parameters, you can...

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Learn w Command in Linux & BSD with Examples

Friday 6th of January 2023 04:57:14 PM

Here’s a beginner’s guide on understanding the w command in Linux & BSD with several examples. This article is part of the Linux command learning series. w command The w command is a utility in Linux that displays information about the users currently logged into the system and their processes. It shows who is logged...

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How to Install Microsoft Edge in Arch Linux and Manjaro

Friday 6th of January 2023 01:31:00 PM

This quick guide explains the steps required to install Microsoft Edge Browser in Arch Linux, Manjaro, and other similar Arch-based distributions. Microsoft Edge is a Chromium-based web browser from Microsoft. Announced years back, Microsoft recently changed the direction by adopting the Chromium project for its next-gen web browser. The Edge browser is used across Microsoft...

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Top 10 Most Beautiful Linux Distributions [Featured]

Friday 6th of January 2023 04:05:00 AM

We give you the top 10 beautiful Linux Distributions of 2023. They are a visual treat to your eyes while being a robust operating system. The most fantastic thing about Linux Distributions is you can customize them to any extent to satisfy your visual needs. Whether based on Ubuntu or Fedora, you have all the...

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Top 10 Linux Distributions for Programmers in 2023 [Featured]

Friday 6th of January 2023 04:00:00 AM

We review the top 10 best Linux distributions for programmers and developers to help with their work and personal projects. Developers or programmers use various tools and applications for their job or projects. It includes code editors, programming language compilers, add-ons, databases, etc. If you categorise the workflow of a modern developer – it contains...

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Share Folder Between Host and Guest System in VirtualBox

Thursday 5th of January 2023 07:54:09 PM

Here’s how you can share a folder between the host and the guest system and write data in VirtualBox. If you are a heavy user of virtual machines, especially with VirtualBox, it’s essential to know how to share a folder for data transfer between guest and host systems. You may want to access some documents...

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2 Methods to Connect WiFi Using Terminal in Arch Linux and Other Distros

Thursday 5th of January 2023 01:06:00 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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Install Latest MS Paint Alternative Pinta in Ubuntu and Other Linux

Thursday 5th of January 2023 03:05:00 AM

This guide explains the steps required to install the latest Pinta software in Ubuntu and other Linux distributions such as Mint, Fedora, and others. The old Microsoft Paint was a great program, and it was good for basic image editing in a quicker way. But like other Microsoft products, it is available for Windows only....

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Top 10 Linux Distros for Beginners in 2023 [Compared]

Thursday 5th of January 2023 03:00:00 AM

We give you the ten best Linux distro(s) for beginners, which can be the perfect starting point and help you to pick the best of the lot. Introduction If you are manifesting joining the Linux clan and thinking about it, it’s time. It’s time to ditch Windows for good and save some money by doing...

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Best Privacy Focused Search Engines of 2023 [Compared]

Wednesday 4th of January 2023 03:08:59 PM

A list of the best privacy focused search engines that guarantee your online privacy in 2023. When you search for any query in a web search engine, that specific query gets recorded on the server and becomes a part of your online search history. Most common and popular search engines record those keywords and create...

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Stunning Graphite Theme for GNOME, GTK4 and libadwaita

Tuesday 3rd of January 2023 05:19:27 PM

Experience the Graphite theme for the GNOME desktop, which supports GTK4 and brings several variants with a dark-and-light combo. If you are looking for a unique theme that concentrates on grey or dark grey, try the Graphite theme for the GNOME desktop. The Graphite theme’ brings several variants’ main attraction is the thick border with...

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Whereis Command in Linux and BSD with Examples

Tuesday 3rd of January 2023 08:25:18 AM

Here’s a beginner’s guide on understanding whereis command in Linux & BSD with several examples. This article is part of the Linux command learning series. whereis command The whereis command is a command line program that helps you to find out the path or location of any binary executable, source file or manual page. Before...

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Top 10 Linux Distributions for Windows Users in 2023

Tuesday 3rd of January 2023 05:20:00 AM

We compiled an inventory of the ten best Linux distributions for Windows users in 2023 based on how easy they are to adopt and successfully migrate from Windows. Although there are hundreds of Linux Distributions, very few of them can seriously replace Windows operating system. With the advancements and stability across Linux Kernel and desktop...

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Colorblind Filters: GNOME Extension to help Colorblind Users

Monday 2nd of January 2023 07:30:39 AM

A nice GNOME Extension – Colorblind Filters, brings many options for color-blind users. Accessibility is a critical aspect of computing and operating systems. It includes well-managed settings for vision impairment, color blind and many other health symptoms. Popular Linux desktop environments such as GNOME and KDE Plasma feature accessibility settings to help all those scenarios....

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How to Force Auto Dark Mode in Chrome and Chromium

Monday 2nd of January 2023 04:45:34 AM

Here’s how you can force dark mode in Chrome and Chromium for all websites. Many users prefer dark mode while browsing websites. All the time. However, most of the users prefer dark mode during the night and light mode during the day. Dark mode in websites is an option which the website itself should provide....

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Red Hat Hires a Blind Software Engineer to Improve Accessibility on Linux Desktop

Accessibility on a Linux desktop is not one of the strongest points to highlight. However, GNOME, one of the best desktop environments, has managed to do better comparatively (I think). In a blog post by Christian Fredrik Schaller (Director for Desktop/Graphics, Red Hat), he mentions that they are making serious efforts to improve accessibility. Starting with Red Hat hiring Lukas Tyrychtr, who is a blind software engineer to lead the effort in improving Red Hat Enterprise Linux, and Fedora Workstation in terms of accessibility. Read more

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