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Customize the Ubuntu Boot Splash screen and logo

You probably already know how to customize your Ubuntu desktop. But what if you’re looking for a way to customize your Ubuntu home...

How to install Microsoft Excel on Linux

Switching from Windows to Linux is very easy. Problems occur when you have to run an application or video game and encounter compatibility...

7 Windows and Linux dual boot risks

Are you considering installing another operating system and want to be aware of the risks? Installing Windows and Linux on your computer gives...

Top 10 applications that can be installed on Raspberry Pi

The Raspberry Pi is an awesome little computer whose features stop growing. As such, you need to make sure you have the best...

Binary vs. source packages: what should you use?

Regardless of the package manager used, there are two broad ways to install software on Linux. You either use a pre-built package or...

MATE vs. GNOME Shell vs. Unity vs. Cinnamon Desktop environments explained

When GNOME 3.0 was launched with a new interface, part of the Linux community plundered to find a new desktop environment to suit...

What is the difference between Linux distributions if they are all Linux?

When looking for a new Linux distro to install, you'll notice two things: the name and the desktop environment.A quick look shows the...

15 important tips for Ubuntu Linux users

Using Linux distros like Ubuntu can take some getting used to. If you've switched from Windows or Mac, it can be rubbish. Unfortunately,...

How to look at the nature of Netflix on Linux

Netflix has been available native on Linux for some time, but it hasn’t always been easy to watch.Without proper installations, it will not...

21 important tips for first-time Chromebook users

So you’ve considered the top and bottom of your Chromebook, and now you have a shiny new Chromebook. Great choice - it's a...

How to upgrade or replace a Linux distri without losing data

When you change your Linux distribution, the default is to wipe all parts of your computer. The same is true if you run...

How to create and boot a Linux USB drive on a Mac

Linux has long been synonymous with bootable flash drives, whether it’s fixing some sort of problem in the primary operating system or experimenting...

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