5 Ways to Open a Terminal in Ubuntu

Even though Ubuntu supports many applications with amazing Graphical User Interfaces (GUI), there are always reasons why users prefer using the Terminal to perform different tasks.

The 6 Best Ways to View Files in Linux

Text files are an essential and integral part of any given computer system. Configuration files, programming scripts, and even documents created by users are all simple text files. Also though now there are several document formats, in the initial days of Linux, there were mostly plain text files in use. Consequently, there had to be several ways of reading text files in Linux.

How to play Stadia Games on Linux

The Google Stadia gaming platform is here with us and works great on Linux systems. If you have a Stadia membership and you wish to enjoy these excellent services on your Linux system, then follow along.

How to install VMware Workstation Player on Fedora

VMware is a cross-platform proprietary virtualization software used to run multiple instances of OS as virtual machines. VMware Player is similar to VirtualBox, except that it is proprietary. Any problems arising with the virtual machine does not affect the host operating system.

How to disable Bluetooth (and enable it) on your Linux PC

You can turn off Bluetooth by clicking on the Bluetooth icon that can be generally found on a panel, but the problem is it turns itself back ON after reboot. Here is how to disable it permanently. Don't worry, we also show you how to enable it back when needed.

How to install Google Chrome on MX Linux

MX Linux is a Debian-based Linux distro and uses the Xfce desktop environment. The distro is popular mainly due to its MX Tools utility, which is a compilation of several GUI-based tools that come in handy to get things done or even for fixing issues quickly. It ships with Firefox as the default web browser. This beginner's guide shows how to install the Google Chrome Browser by GUI and command-line ways.

Best ways to Lock and Unlock a User Account in Linux

The Linux based systems have been an indomitable part of system management, especially most of the back-end systems. There are many tools designed just for that, even if we simply look at the Linux kernel + GNU utilities.

What are Linux logs, and where to find them

All Linux distributions store log files for boot processes, programs, and other key events that take place on your system. These files may be a useful resource for troubleshooting system issues. Typically, the Linux log files are saved in plain ASCII text format. In today's tutorial, we're going to guide you through different types of Linux logs, how to find them, and how to read them.