Ubuntu offers a quick and effortless way to type emoji on Ubuntu — and in this short post we show you how to use it. So long as you’re using Ubuntu 18.04 LTS or later you can […]
The GNOME Shell screen recorder is a hidden feature available on Ubuntu and other Linux distros. It's super easy to use – in this post we show you how.
Since its Quantum update I have to say that I’m loving Mozilla Firefox — but a promising new feature on the horizon could help me to love it even more! It’s called Side View and […]
Lan Share helps you easily transfer files from Windows to Linux and back the other way securely, PC to PC, using your local network.
Details on how to install Firefox Beta in Ubuntu and Linux Mint using an official PPA, perfect if you want to help test the latest Firefox quantum changes ahead of release.
Ubuntu 18.04 LTS makes it easy to enable linux kernel live patching via the Canonical Livepatch Service via a new sign-in option in the updates manager.
We show you how to install Google Chrome on Ubuntu and Linux Mint quickly, and safely. You can use the command line or a GUI. Ready to learn more?
Firefox support for client-side decorations (better known as CSD) is coming to its Linux app — but if you can’t live without it, we’re gonna show you how to enable it. As we’ve mentioned before, […]
Looking for an easy way to backup Steam for Linux game saves and config files? Well, we’ve found you one. Steam Linux Swiss-army Knife (SLSK) lets you backup and restore games, game saves, and config […]
We show you how to install LibreOffice 6.0 on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS, Linux Mint and other distros using the reliable, upstream Libreoffice PPA.
A new Ubuntu theme has been made for Ubuntu 18.04 LTS. In this post we show you how you can try the new theme, right now, on Ubuntu 17.10.
How to check the Linux kernel version your Ubuntu system is running using a terminal command. Plus, learn what the linux version numbers mean.