Get the most out of earth’s best open-source operating system. We’ll highlight the best Linux distros, software and games, and share tips useful for anyone switching from Windows or OS X.
PwnKit, a new vulnerability discovered on Linux systems, grants full superuser privileges to local users. Here's everything you need to know.
Many Linux distros have now started developing their own desktop environments. Why is this so? Let's find out.
Want to up your Linux game and learn more about text-manipulation? Here are the top five Linux command-line tools to begin your journey.
Linux on Chrome OS (Crostini) doesn't automatically detect external drives you plug into your Chromebook. But you can easily set one up.
The latest iteration of KDE Plasma, 5.24 features improved Wayland support and brings several new UI changes to the table.
If you're running Ubuntu on a low-config Raspberry Pi, you can enable the zswap kernel feature to improve the desktop performance.
Why is Linux and other open-source software free? What do the developers get out of it, and how do they make money to continue development?
Garuda Linux is not your regular Arch-based distro. It transforms Linux, especially Arch, into a user-friendly operating system for newcomers.
What are the advantages of running Linux on Windows using WSL? Are there any drawbacks as well? Let's find out.
Step up your game and get things done with these amazing Pomodoro timer apps for Linux.
Having app shortcuts on your desktop significantly decreases the time it takes to launch an app. Here's how to add desktop shortcuts on Ubuntu.
Working on the Linux terminal doesn't have to be stressful. Take some time out and enjoy the moment with these fun Linux command-line tools.