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Install and use newly-released Google Chrome 78 on Debian 10

Earlier this week, Google released the latest version of its web browser, Chrome 78, to its Stable desktop channel, and it is a beauty. The world's most popular web browser is replete with new improvements along with new features and includes 37 security fixes.  Other obsolete or rarely used features are no longer included in Chrome 78.

How to install Fedora in a dual-boot setup with Windows

This guide assists you on how to install Fedora 30 in a dual-boot with Windows. Installing Fedora 30 in a dual boot mode with Microsoft Windows does not require any special configurations.

Configuring Automatic Login and Lock Screen on Ubuntu 19.10

Whether it's Linux or Windows, Ubuntu, or Fedora, I am not an 'automatic' type of guy.  That is to say, and I don't want my login automated, nor do I want my updates automatically installed.  This preference directly results from over thirty years in Information Technology, prudence, habit, and experience.  Plus, it's just plain smart security sense.

How to verify a Linux ISO image before installing it

Making use of the corrupted ISO images for installation can cause an unstable PC or in worst cases, an inoperable PC too. Hence, I suggest to first authenticate the ISO image before installing it.

Test drive a Linux distro online before you hate it

I have been using MX-Linux as the distro on my primary laptop for over a year now.  That's the longest I've ever primarily used...

How to install Google Fonts on Deepin Linux

In today's tutorial, we will help you install Google Fonts on Deepin Linux. The easiest way to install fonts on your Deepin is to by using TypeCatcher application.

7 Best Ways to Kill Unresponsive Programs in Linux

For dealing with a frozen app or desktop, you can't use the CTRL+ALT+DEL in Linux system. Instead, there are powerful alternatives that come in handy in frustrating situations. We pick the best methods available for you.

How to remote control a Linux system from Windows

If you use separate Windows and Linux computers, sometimes you need to link to Linux from your Windows machine. The Linux machine can function as backup storage, server, or just another desktop to link.