How to Make Gnome Shell Look and Feel Like Unity

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Spread the loveTweet Canonical, Ubuntu’s parent company, is dumping the Unity interface for upcoming releases in favor of the GNOME desktop environment. This has the Ubuntu community divided, to say…


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5 of the Best Journal Apps for Linux

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Spread the loveTweet Journals can serve a number of functions. They can help you organize your thoughts. They can help you keep track of your day. Sometimes, you just want…


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3 reasons to turn your Raspberry Pi into a DNS server with dnsmasq

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Spread the loveTweet I love my little Raspberry Pi. The $35 computer has a ton of uses, from the utilitarian to the hobby project. But in practice, how many of…


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How to install Linux on a Chromebook (and why you should)

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Spread the loveTweet reader comments 31 Share this story Chromebooks are one of the most secure devices you can give a non-technical end user, and at a price point few…


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5 Must-Have Security Tools for Your Linux PC

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Spread the loveTweet Some people are, rather falsely, under the impression that just because they use Linux they don’t need to worry about security. Sure, Linux doesn’t suffer from the…


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Using Activity Monitor to Easily Troubleshoot Your Mac

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Spread the loveTweet Activity Monitor is a lot like Task Manager in Windows. It shows a list of all the applications that are currently running on your Mac, revealing the…


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The System76 Galago Pro is a fierce featherweight competitor

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Spread the loveTweet For most people running Linux on a laptop, chances are they had to go through the ritual of wiping Windows and installing the Linux OS. It’s a…


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The System76 Galago Pro is a fierce featherweight competitor for Linux lovers

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Spread the loveTweet For most people running Linux on a laptop, chances are they had to go through the ritual of wiping Windows and installing the Linux OS. It’s a…


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How to Customise and Pimp Your Bash Prompt in Linux

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Spread the loveTweet If you use Linux, you’re going to spend a decent amount of time working in the terminal. Why wouldn’t you want it to reflect your style and…


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How to Enable Picture-in-Picture Mode in GNOME Shell

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Spread the loveTweet Picture-in-Picture (PiP) mode is a neat feature added to Windows 10 and macOS Sierra recently. Essentially it allows you to watch videos in a small window that…


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