Pulkit Chandak


Pulkit Chandak is a Linux enthusiast and has been using and experimenting with open source software, and hardware too since a long time. He is a huge admirer of open source software and wants to ventilate it to all around him. He is interested in reviewing and writing tutorials on Linux and its innumerable distributions. He believes that freedom in software leads to freedom of the mind from the chains of limits.

Latest Articles

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.

How to install and setup ADB tools on Linux

If you have an Android phone, you probably want to create backups relatively quickly and reliably. Chances are you have unnecessary built-in Google apps or apps from your manufacturer that you want to get rid of. This is not allowed by default, obviously, but there is a solution.

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.

Kali Linux 2019.4 released with new DE, undercover, and more

The Kali Linux developers have officially announced the final release this year, Kali Linux 2019.4. There are a lot of new and great features coming with this version, so as they put it on their website, 'grab yourself a drink!'

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.

How to annotate PDF files on Linux using Okular

PDF files have become one of the most critical file formats for data sharing, especially the data that is not altered regularly. This includes books, brochures, documents, forms, etc. One of the most iconic features of PDF files is that they are not easily alterable. Everyone knows this, and this is why PDFs are so popular in more than half the cases.

How to install Vivaldi browser on Solus

Vivaldi has been in the browser game for much less time than other browsers like Firefox or Chromium - yes, but that in no way is a statement regarding its performance. Vivaldi is one of the best browsers available at the moment on the Linux platform.

Arronax lets you create desktop starter files (.desktop files) on Ubuntu

If you are a programmer and have created a program to automate something that you have to do repeatedly, it is pretty easy to set it up in such a way that you can directly execute it from the command-line. But what about GUI? There are specific ways, yes, but not more comfortable than what we are introducing in this article.