A brand new Linux kernel is now available to download. In this post we recap the core changes and new features you'll find tucked up inside Linux 5.11.
Informing you of NetMarketShare‘s monthly tally of desktop Linux users has become something of a “thing” on this site — and who am I to buck the trend: August’s figures are now out. But brace […]
We've all had to adapt to different ways of working of late, and according to stat trackers NetMarketShare that includes making more use of Linux!
Linux 5.6 is the latest stable release of the Linux kernel, and in this post we take a look at some of the new features and changes the update offers.
Linux 5.5 has been released, and it features a host of changes and notable improvements. In this post we spotlight the 10 best changes!
The business card belongings to systems engineer George Hilliard is extra special but it's also a Linux PC! His Linux business card is novel and unique.
This year looks like it'll be a bumper one for Linux fans, so in this post we share 5 crazy predictions for Linux and open source software in the coming year.
Looking for Linux Christmas gift ideas to give the tux-loving nerd in your life a memorable noel? Well, call me sudo Claus cos I’m here to help! It can be difficult finding appropriate gifts for […]
Linux 5.4 kernel is out. The latest Linux kernel update adds support for several ARM-based laptops, has better files system encryption, and lots more.
Microsoft has announced that it’s bringing exFAT support to the Linux kernel, with code contributed licensed under GPLv2. This is huge, unexpected, yet very welcome #opensource news. Microsoft’s exFAT file system is prevalent throughout a […]
Run modprobe bithday-lib and launch init.bd because it’s that time of the year again: Linux’s birthday! The kernel that revolutionised computing turns an astonishing 29 years old on August 25, 2020. We marked Linux’s 27th […]