Offline way of installing Apps on your Ubuntu PC

Installing the apps offline comes handy at times when you want to deploy the same app in multiple machines or when you have a lousy internet connection. Today, we show you an option to install apps while you are offline by using a free app, Camicri Cube.

How to install DaVinci Resolve on Ubuntu

DaVinci Resolve is a professional software used for video editing, color correction, motion graphics, and visual effects. It's extensively used in the moving-making industry, especially Hollywood. Previously, it used to be a daunting task to install the DaVinci Resolve on a Linux PC, but thanks to the script created by Daniel Tufvesson, now it's easier to install.

How to enable and use Ubuntu Media Share

The all-new release of Ubuntu 19.10, has brought many new features to the elite operating system. The interface is faster than ever, and even the theme has received a beautiful, funky revamp, with new icons and window themes. Upgrade to GNOME 3.34 has also added quite a touch of snappiness to the system.

How to create a Ubuntu Persistent Storage Live USB drive

In this guide, we are going to walk you through creating an Ubuntu Live USB with persistent storage. All you need is a PC with already running Ubuntu or Windows (We will show you how to make the Live USB on both operating systems.) alongside a USB drive with enough storage, in our tutorial we have used a USB with 32 GB size.

Quick Tip: How to hide mounted drives from the Ubuntu Dock

The Ubuntu dock is a beneficial feature for all users. That look of Ubuntu is completed only by its iconic dock and its application shortcuts. That being said, often users do not want to have specific shortcuts there. The applications can be easily edited out, just by unpinning them.

Working with Docker Images, Containers, and the DockerHub

Previously we showed how to install Docker on Ubuntu. Docker is a handy tool designed to make it easier to create, deploy, and run applications by using containers. Today, let's talk about working with Docker images, Containers, and the DockerHub. 

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5 Best Ways to Free up Hard Disk Space in Ubuntu

Hard disk space can easily get filled up with cached package files, old kernels, and other obsolete files that occupy unwanted hard disk space. Here are top five best and safer ways to clean and free up hard disk space in Ubuntu. We show you Terminal and GUI way of cleaning up system.
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Installing an updatable Manjaro Linux on a USB Flash Drive

In this tutorial, we will show step by step how to install a Manjaro on a USB flash. For those new to this distro, it is a light-weight distro that is based on Arch Linux. Arch Linux is known for its simplistic approach and is typically made for Linux pros, but Manjaro bridges the gap between user-friendliness and rock-solid performance.
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3 Best Ways to Uninstall Software on Ubuntu

Uninstallation of programs can be done by graphical way using the Ubuntu Software Center, and the Synaptic Package manager. Command-line way of doing it is also possible using apt-get and aptitude commands. We shall discuss each one of them in detail.

Top 5 reasons to switch from Windows to Linux right now

Do you love Windows or Linux? Being on a Linux website, it's not hard to take a guess, but what are the strong reasons to switch to Linux? Linux is a 100% free OS. Is that reason alone enough? Let's find out! Never have there been more compelling reasons to make the switch. Here are just five great reasons for users to create that magical move from the wayward world of Windows to the lauded land of Linux.

Microsoft Teams now available for Linux users

Microsoft just brought their first Office application to Linux today.  Microsoft Team app is now available with both a public preview of a 64-bit .deb release and a 64-bit .rpm release for Linux users.

Upgrading elementary OS 5.0 to elementary OS 5.1 Hera

It has been a fascinating week for elementary OS users. With the launch of elementary OS 5.1, we have noticed several exciting new features, and there is a good reason to upgrade. Finally, every elementary OS user's dream has come true. You can perform an upgrade from Juno to Hera, as discussed in the official elementary blog.

RipMe – Bulk image downloader for Linux

RipMe can be used to download images in bulk from all major image-hosting websites. Among others, these include Imgur (most importantly), Reddit (yes, you can download pictures of a full sub-Reddit), Twitter, Tumblr, Flickr, Instagram, etc. A complete list can be found here.

KDE Plasma 5.18 featuring new emoji picker to release in Feb 2020

Although the KDE Plasma 5.17 release is just a few months old (released in October 2019), news of the next major KDE offering, KDE Plasma 5.18, is already making headlines.  KDE Plasma 5.18 is not only the next major release of the distro.

Offline way of installing Apps on your Ubuntu PC

Installing the apps offline comes handy at times when you want to deploy the same app in multiple machines or when you have a lousy internet connection. Today, we show you an option to install apps while you are offline by using a free app, Camicri Cube.

Debian 11 “Bullseye” Alpha 1 installer released

Yesterday, the Debian Installer team announced the first Alpha release the Installer for Debian 11, codenamed "Bullseye." Debian originally announced their upcoming Debian 11 Bullseye, the next major Debian release, in July of this year at the 20th annual DebConf19 conference in Brazil.  Development on Debian 11 began months ago.  Yesterday's announcement of the Installer's Alpha release is the first news we've had from the Debian Development team since DebConf19.

How to sync Microsoft OneDrive from command-line in Linux

For Linux users, there is no official desktop client for the Microsoft OneDrive. Hence we suggest an alternative third-party software called Rclone. This app is a command-line based tool used to synchronize all your files to and from the cloud.  Rclone tool supports various cloud storage services like Amazon Drive, Google Drive, and many other cloud storage services, including the Microsoft OneDrive.

Gammy – Adaptive screen brightness utility for Linux

Gammy is a program that adjusts the level of screen brightness and the amount of blue light emitted automatically. The way it works is that Gammy takes a screenshot after a very fixed period, and gradually adjusts the brightness based on that.

Meet “Hera” elementary OS 5.1, here are the new features

Today, the elementary Team officially announced the release and availability of elementary OS 5.1, codenamed "Hera."  The much-anticipated release comes after over a year of development efforts by the team. Let's delve into the new features this new version has to offer.