Zohaib Ahsan

FOSS LINUX AUTHOR

Hi! I'm Zohaib Ahsan, contributor to FOSS Linux. I'm studying computer science, I’ve learned a thing or two about operating systems that are based on Linux. This has made me join FOSS Linux where I can share what I have learned with the rest of the world. Not to mention — some major tea is going to be spilled as well — as I share with you the latest developments in the world of Linux.

Latest Articles

Distro Flashback: What happened to Cub Linux?

If you're a hardcore Linux enthusiast, the chances are that you would have at least heard of Cub Linux at some point in your life. However, if that's not the case and you feel like learning more about it, allow FOSSLinux to tell you guys all about what Cub Linux stood for, its history, and what it had to bring to the table.

10 Linux Based Mini PCs to Buy in 2020

It won't be wrong to say that mini PCs have all the potential in the world to take over the computer market shortly. Not only do they save a lot of space on your computer desk but also work in a very power-efficient manner while also causing less noise. Although they could be a tad more expensive than regular desktop PCs, they will actually save you some money in the long run.

Top 10 Laptops that Ship with Linux Pre-installed [2020 Edition]

If macOS or Windows-based systems no longer intrigue you, laptops that come with Linux pre-installed are definitely something to check out before deciding. While the Linux OS may have a bit of notoriety for being technical and complicated, tons of Linux distributions are perfect for beginners and will make the transition much easier.

The 10 Best Linux Hex Editors

An Hex editor is a program that allows the user to view, edit, and manipulate binary files, which contain data that is readable by machines, but not humans. This is where hex editors come into play because unlike other programs and tools which interpret data from files, hex editors, on the other hand, offer the user an opportunity to edit the physical binary contents of a file.

The 10 Best Linux NAS Solutions

For those unfamiliar with what NAS is, it is an abbreviation for Network Attached Storage. It is a storage solution that is affordable and can be quickly built by anyone. Furthermore, servers are pretty expensive, and for small businesses, NAS offers the perfect data storage. However, if you are familiar with Linux, chances are you already know what you are doing since Linux is mostly used by people familiar with the tech.

Top 10 Linux Distributions that still support 32-Bit Architecture

In case you own an old computer or laptop with out-of-date system resources but reliable hardware configuration, you’ve come to the right place because we’re going to list 10 Linux distributions that still support 32-bit architectures. These Linux distros will help you revive your PC and get it up to speed in no time. The reason why these lightweight Linux distros are still relevant and useful is that they only require low system resources and always provide high performance and lag-free user experience.

The 10 Best Open Source VPN Apps

As of late, internet privacy has fallen into jeopardy since most of the websites are giving their best shot to get your data legally. VPN apps are in high demand since they not only make it possible for you to browse the Internet anonymously but also visit the websites that are restricted in your region.

The 5 Best Free and Open-Source PDF Editors

It is often the case that professionals prefer using the Portable Document Format (PDF) for all their official documents, whether it be school certificates, job letters, or important announcements.