We look at the best ebook reader apps for Ubuntu & Linux desktops, ranging from the Calibre ebook reader to GNOME epub reader Bookworm and Easy Ebook Viewer.
Are you a Budgie desktop user wanting to add a bit more functionality to your nimble, lightweight desktop? Well you can, by adding Budgie applets. Budgie applets are like little souped-up mini-apps that live in […]
I love using KDE Connect on Ubuntu with the app's indicator applet. It's the easiest way to connect my Android phone to my Linux desktop.
A reader's tweet left us feeling all nostalgic so join us as we go back to 2009 and look at 5 Linux apps we all used to use, but now never do…
Here's five things I secretly miss about Ubuntu of yore, from its rough edges to its well remembered desktop backgrounds.
These are the best GNOME Shell extensions available to install on Ubuntu — according to you!
We asked you to list the top Terminal commands every Linux user should know — and these are the results.
This fortnight's #OMG5 list is going to focus on the topic that many of us whisper in a hushed voice, scared of frightening the fragile newbies…
Last week we asked you to send in the best Cinnamon desktop themes you could find — and you did just that.
With Ubuntu 10.10 and 11.04 long since out, and Ubuntu 11.10 stirring up excitement with every update, it's easy to forget that the 16 month old Long Term Support release of Ubuntu 10.04 remains installed on many a users computer. But there are a number of applications that provide their latest versions for Ubuntu 10.04 users, and in this post I'll highlight 10 of the very best applications still loving the honourable Lucid Lynx.
We all love a bit of branding right? ("Cows say no" - the world) Canonical have a tonne of ready-made merchandise readily purchasable from their on-line store. Whilst the cost of postage in the store doesn't come cheap, you are allowed to treat yourself sometime... Below are my favourite five items readily available form the store.
Reader Raiyan mailed in with an idea for an article a few weeks back, titled 'Top five commands a new-comer to Linux should know.' A great idea, but we all have different ideas about what makes a must-know command. So I took to the @omgubuntu twitter account to ask you - the readers - what five commands would be in your top five. After the jump are the five most suggested commands by you - the OMG! Ubuntu! reader.