Gnome Boxes – Easy Way to Run a Virtual machine

Gnome Boxes is a virtualization tool for the GNOME desktop environment. It allows users to run virtual machines within a GNOME desktop and supports a variety of popular guest operating systems, including Microsoft Windows and various Linux distributions. In today's...

Get Maximum Performance with GameMode on Linux

This article will cover a guide on using GameMode, a free and open-source command line utility you can use to improve the performance of games in Linux. The utility works with native Linux games as well as with Windows games running in Linux using Wine or Steam’s...

Play League of Legends on any Linux Distro

As a big fan of gaming on Linux, I feel the responsibility for spreading the word about how to do this stuff on Linux. So today we'll talk about installing League of Legends on Linux. No matter what distro you have installed on your computer, I'll try to make this...

Most popular Linux distros according to Distrowatch

Distrowatch is a website that tracks Linux distributions and provides information and reviews. Today, we'll check the most popular Linux distros list from DistroWatch.com and tell you more about them. We'll also give you our opinion on which one is the best. Which...

Bored with Chrome OS? Try GalliumOS

Bored with Chrome OS? Tired of having a limited operating system on your Chromebook? Then you might want to try Gallium OS. GalliumOS is a Linux distribution for ChromeOS devices, designed to offer a more traditional, user-friendly Linux experience. GalliumOS includes...
Ubuntu in VirtualBox

Ubuntu in VirtualBox

These days, more and more people are using virtual machines (VMs) for a variety of tasks. VMs allow you to run multiple operating systems on a single computer, which can be very useful for development, testing, and even production environments. Ubuntu in VirtualBox is...

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Flatpak vs Snap – Which one is better?

Flatpak vs Snap – Which one is better?

Flatpak vs Snap. In this article, we'll take a look at some of the main differences between Flatpak and Snap and some of the main benefits that each one offers. What is Flatpak? Flatpak is a technology for creating and distributing software applications in a manner...

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Lutris – Ultimate open source gaming platform?

Lutris – Ultimate open source gaming platform?

Lutris is an open source gaming platform for Linux. It's designed to manage game installation and configuration, and to provide a unified interface for playing games from multiple sources. Lutris Lutris can manage games from a variety of sources, including Steam, GOG,...

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How to install Steam on Debian 11

How to install Steam on Debian 11

Installing Steam on Debian 11 is pretty simple. Just follow these steps and you should be up and running in no time. Steam on Debian 1. Add the Debian non-free repository Before you can install Steam, you need to add the Debian non-free Repository to your sources.list...

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TOP 5 tools for Linux graphic designers

TOP 5 tools for Linux graphic designers

As a graphic designer, you may want to consider using Linux as your operating system of choice. Linux is a great option for graphic designers for a number of reasons. It is very stable, it is open source (meaning that there is no single company that controls it), and...

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How to uninstall Rhythmbox in Ubuntu 18.04

How to uninstall Rhythmbox in Ubuntu 18.04

Rhytmbox is a music player for GNOME. It was created by Jorn Baayen in 2003. There are a few music players for Windows with a similar interface to Rhytmbox, but none that are exactly the same. Some popular options include Foobar2000, Winamp, and MediaMonkey. In this...

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New Thunderbird 102 looks absolutely amazing

New Thunderbird 102 looks absolutely amazing

The long-awaited Thunderbird 102 update has finally arrived, and it looks absolutely amazing. This update includes a whole host of new features and improvements, including a brand new interface, improved performance, and much more. Biggest changes in Thunderbird 102...

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Carl Crackmann

Carl Crackmann

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Carl is a Linux enthusiast running this blog and website to help you start your Linux journey. Originally he started with Windows but switched to Linux back in 1999. He runs multiple Linux servers in different places all over the world.

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