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Linux Kernel 5.18 Released. This is What’s New

Monday 23rd of May 2022 04:25:08 AM

Linux Kernel 5.18 is released with improved hardware support and core kernel module refinements. Here’s a quick synopsis of the new features with download and installation details. Linux Torvalds announced the release of Linux Kernel 5.18 as the third stable mainline Kernel release of 2022. This release brings support for new processors, graphics, storage and...

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Ultramarine Linux: Ultimate Fedora Spin with Budgie, Cutefish and Pantheon

Sunday 22nd of May 2022 03:00:16 PM

A review of Ultramarine Linux features some unique desktop environments out-of-the-box with a Fedora base. Ultramarine Linux is a Fedora-based distribution which offers Budgie, Cutefish, Pantheon and GNOME desktop environments. This distro gives you an out-of-the-box experience with all these desktop favours with under-the-hood tweaks and packages. In addition, it pre-loads several packages (RPM Fusion,...

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Customize GNOME 42 with A Polished Look

Friday 20th of May 2022 03:01:38 PM

A tutorial on how you can give your favourite GNOME desktop a polished look, in 5 minutes. There are many ways you can customize your favourite GNOME desktop with icons, themes, cursors and wallpapers. This article shows you how to give the GNOME 42 desktop a more polished look. The GNOME 42 desktop environment is...

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Top 10 Essential Ubuntu Apps For Everyone in 2022

Thursday 19th of May 2022 08:13:15 AM

This article lists the top 10 essential Ubuntu apps for various use cases in 2022. If you are a casual user, student, teacher, scientist, developer or creator – you need additional applications for your workflow. The Linux ecosystem has thousands of applications scattered around for almost all possible needs. Most of the mainstream Linux distribution,...

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Top 10 Best GNOME Extensions in 2022

Tuesday 17th of May 2022 11:16:17 AM

You can try a list of 10 finest GNOME Extensions in 2022 in Ubuntu, Fedora, and other Linux distributions. Take a look. It’s time to refresh the list of best GNOME Extensions that we featured sometime back. The primary reason is the iconic GNOME 42 release that brings GTK4, libadwaita, native dark style and much...

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Top 10 Best Linux Distributions in 2022 For Everyone

Sunday 15th of May 2022 12:28:56 PM

We compiled a list of the 10 best Linux distributions for everyone in 2022 based on their stability, attractiveness and time required to configure after installation. The Linux Distribution space is heavily fragmented to the point that a new fork is being created almost every day. A very few of them are unique and bring...

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Fedora Media Writer: World-Class LIVE USB Creator [Tutorial]

Friday 13th of May 2022 06:37:33 AM

A tutorial on installing and using Fedora Media Writer to create LIVE USB from Linux & Windows. Fedora Media Writer The community and Fedora Linux team develop and maintain the Fedora Media Writer app. This application writes any ISO image to your flash drive (USB stick). In addition, Fedora Media Writer also has features to...

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10 Things to Do After Installing Fedora 36 Workstation [With Bonus Tip]

Wednesday 11th of May 2022 09:25:14 AM

I am sure you have already updated or installed Fedora 36 Workstation Edition. With that said, here’s our traditional article – “10 Things to Do After Installing Fedora 36”, to give you some post-install tweak ideas. This guide is primarily for the Fedora 36 Workstation edition, i.e., GNOME Desktop. Because it is the default version...

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How to Upgrade to Fedora 36 from Fedora 35 Workstation (GUI and CLI Method)

Tuesday 10th of May 2022 10:01:44 AM

Complete steps to upgrade to Fedora 36 from Fedora 35 workstation edition with GUI and CLI method. Fedora 36 brings several important features such as the beautiful GNOME 42, Linux Kernel 5.17, default font changes and many stunning features. Moreover, Fedora 36 also brings Wayland display server as the default NVIDIA proprietary driver. Plus several...

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10 Best Features of Fedora 36 That Makes it a Powerful Release

Monday 9th of May 2022 07:41:28 PM

If you are excited about the Fedora 36 release, here’s a quick summary of the 10 best Fedora 36 features that you should check out before trying. Fedora 36 releases on May 10, 2022, and it brings a list of special features across the desktop, flavours, internal structures and more. Before installing or upgrading it,...

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KDE Plasma 5.25: Top New Features and Release Details

Sunday 8th of May 2022 12:40:10 PM

We will give you the feature summary of the KDE Plasma 5.25 desktop environment (upcoming). KDE Plasma 5.25 is the 27th version of KDE Plasma desktop, not an LTS release. This release is followed by the prior 5.24 LTS, released in February. KDE Plasma 5.25 brings several exciting updates on the desktop UI, polished applets,...

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Tails 5 Review: A Perfect Privacy-Focused Linux

Friday 6th of May 2022 03:25:17 PM

Here’s a quick review of Debian-based Tails 5, released a while back, refreshing its core modules with Debian 11 Bullseye. Before we jump into the review of Tails 5, it’s worth mentioning what Tails are about. Tails, aka The Amnesic Incognito Live System, is a privacy-focussed Linux Distribution which uses the Tor network to protect...

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Xebian – A Blend of Debian and Goodness of Xfce [Review]

Thursday 5th of May 2022 05:22:15 AM

Here’s a quick review of the nice and sleek Xebian Linux Distribution. Xebian is an Xfce desktop environment based Linux distribution based on Debian Unstable (sid) branch. This Linux Distribution brings a basic Xfce desktop with Debian without configuration changes and additional packages. Hence, you get a vanilla experience out of the box without worrying...

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elementary OS 7 Code Name Revealed. Here are the Details

Wednesday 4th of May 2022 05:46:25 AM

In a blog post earlier today, Daniella Fore (Founder & CEO) announced the elementary OS 7 release details and its expected features. elementary OS 7 Announcement The elementary OS 7 code name is “Horus“, and it will be based on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS. The development is near the finishing line of this release while the...

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Trinity Desktop Environment (TDE) Latest Release Brings PolicyKit Support and Updates

Monday 2nd of May 2022 03:45:09 PM

Trinity Desktop Environment (TDE) brings the latest application updates, bug fixes, and enhancements to its release Trinity R14.0.12. Trinity Desktop Environment is a Fork of KDE version 3.5 and a continuation of feature updates and bug fixes by a small development team. This independent and standalone desktop project is still alive today for those who...

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dahliaOS – A Unique Linux Distribution Based on Google Fuchsia [First Look]

Monday 2nd of May 2022 06:54:39 AM

Our first look at the dahliaOS Alpha version, based on Google’s Fuchsia operating system. The dahliaOS is a unique distribution and a “fork” of the Google Fuchsia operating system that runs on mainline Linux Kernel and Zircon Kernel. The Zircon kernel is a newly designed kernel developed by Google for its own set of projects...

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How to Install Classic GNOME Flashback in Ubuntu 22.04 LTS

Sunday 1st of May 2022 07:25:45 AM

A quick guide on how to install the good old Classic GNOME Flashback in the latest Ubuntu 22.04 LTS. The GNOME Flashback (aka classic GNOME) is a fork of the older GNOME 3 shell that uses the layouts and principles of earlier GNOME 2 tech. It is lightning fast and takes very minimal CPU and system...

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Top 5 Privacy Focused Linux Distributions [Compared]

Friday 29th of April 2022 06:24:49 PM

We list the best five privacy centric Linux Distributions of 2022 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 all go deep into the digital edge, the more cyber security and privacy become...

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How to Remove Snap Packages in Ubuntu Linux

Thursday 28th of April 2022 06:26:45 AM

A tutorial on how to remove Snap from Ubuntu Linux and getting a snap-free system. Snap packages developed by Canonical are beneficial for several use cases. It provides an easy and faster update of applications directly to the end-users. Not only that, it has several other benefits, such as it comes with all dependencies packaged...

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5 Best Mastodon Clients for Ubuntu and Other Linux

Tuesday 26th of April 2022 08:07:42 PM

Are you planning to leave Twitter and join Mastodon? Use these free and open-source Mastodon clients for your Linux desktop. Mastodon is a free and open-source microblogging platform similar to Twitter. It is designed as a decentralised platform that can communicate with other Fediverse protocols such as GNU Social and Pleroma. With the recent news...

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