One of the changes in Ubuntu 17.10 is the change in location of window buttons including Minimize, Maximize, and Close buttons. In Artful Aardvark, these control features are located on the top right corner of windows, just like in most of other Linux distros and even Microsoft Windows desktop.
Another day, another command line tutorial. Today, let's talk about an important networking command in Linux, ip. This command is very useful to fish out network parameters of the Linux computer. It works on all Linux distributions including Ubuntu, Arch Linux, Debian, Fedora, and etc..
GNOME extensions are tiny apps that can change the look & feel of desktop, adds handy features to the desktop, and in the process can make life easier by increasing productivity. By default settings of Ubuntu 17.10, GNOME extensions are not enabled. Let's see how to get it installed and configured.
Stacer is a completely free and one-stop system optimizer you have been waiting for. Its powerful features are easy to use in a nice looking user interface. The application is readily packaged as .deb and .rpm binaries, which can be used right away for installing it in Ubuntu.
Today, we will learn how to test internet speed from the command line via Terminal in various popular Linux distributions including Ubuntu, Fedora, and Arch Linux.
When it comes to determining performance of a computer or a operating system, most of you should have heard about 64-bit and 32-bit systems. Both these refer to the way a computer's processor manages the data. So, how to check if your Linux system is 32-Bit or 64-bit?
Ubuntu comes built-in with some powerful recovery tools, which often resolves the issues in typical cases. To boot into Ubuntu Recovery tools, you must first boot into GRUB. Let's check out what things you can fix using this powerful tools!
Note that this guide is only for software related issues due to which your Ubuntu won't boot. If you have a major system failure because of hardware related issues, like for instance hard disk failure, this guide is useless.
VLC 3.0 is a cross platform, free and open source software (FOSS) that is developed for community. Dubbed as "Vetinari", this new version of media player brings in latest technologies including 360 deg view, Chromecast streaming support, audio pass-through, and several other new features.
Budgie desktop environment is one of the wonderful contributions of Solus team and several other contributors to the Linux community. It is developed from scratch, and uses technologies similar to GNOME such as GTK+. The desktop looks modern, polished, and very light-weight.