How to install Minecraft on Ubuntu and Linux Mint

IIn this article, we are going to show how to install Minecraft on Ubuntu, Linux Mint, or any other Debian based distribution. The installation procedure is pretty simple and requires the installation of some additional packages.

5 Best Application Launchers for Ubuntu

Ubuntu is one of the most used Linux distributions worldwide. It is also the reason why it has the maximum number of available programs for itself. Today we are going to talk about one category of those programs, the application launchers.

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.

How to Backup and Restore Files and Folders on Ubuntu

Ubuntu comes built-in with a backup tool known as "Déjà Dup." The backup tool is deactivated by default. This tutorial will guide you in setting up the backup of files and folders to a location.

How to clean uninstall and reinstall Firefox in Ubuntu

Mozilla Firefox is an open source, free internet-browsing application. Mozilla Firefox considered Ubuntu's official web browser, so almost every Ubuntu distribution comes with Firefox installed.

Ubuntu 19.10 development begins, here is what we know so far

Disco Dingo's storm hasn't settled yet, but following the typical schedule, Canonical didn't waste time kick-starting Ubuntu 19.10. Let's catch the development details available today.

Atari VCS Linux-powered gaming console now available for pre-order for $249

At the E3 Expo, the largest video game trade event in the world, which took place recently in Los Angeles, US, Atari made a big announcement with respect to advances of the Atari VCS. For those new to Atari VCS, it is a home gaming and entertainment system.

KDE launches the latest version of its desktop environment, Plasma 5.16

DE has announced the availability of Plasma 5.16 desktop environment with some very important changes that should be exciting especially for the Ubuntu 19.10 and Kubuntu users out there.

How to create a Wi-Fi Hotspot on Linux Mint

Local networks can be used for many things other than just accessing the World Wide Web. If connected to the same network, the different systems connected can share files among each other quite easily.

Krita 4.2 released, here are the exciting new features

Krita is an open-source painting tool, mostly used by concept artists, webcomic creators, and even the VFX industry. It is quite beginner friendly, which is the reason that is helpful for amateurs as well as professionals and has many useful and standard features.

GParted reaches version 1.0 after 15 years in development

GParted has been in development for nearly 15 years now. Nowadays, it is shipped with almost all Linux distributions by default, or at least in the installer to enable users to edit their drive partitions before installation. The big news at the moment is that GParted has finally reached its version 1.0 milestone!

Install Maya Autodesk on Ubuntu

In this tutorial, we are going to cover installing Autodesk Maya on Ubuntu. Though it is a little bit tricky process, we will try to keep it simple as we can.

How to install Minecraft on Ubuntu and Linux Mint

IIn this article, we are going to show how to install Minecraft on Ubuntu, Linux Mint, or any other Debian based distribution. The installation procedure is pretty simple and requires the installation of some additional packages.

Antergos Linux project has been discontinued

The beloved Linux distribution, Antergos, has been discontinued by its principal developers. Antergos Linux is based on Arch Linux and often described as the version of Arch that is easier to install.

How to use FTP by command-line in Ubuntu

During this tutorial, we are going to cover installing the FTP server and will show you some examples of how to upload and download single and multiple files.

Leap 15.1 just dropped with multiple new features and improvements

The development team of the famous Linux-based operating system, namely the openSUSE community, has announced the release of Leap 15.1.