What better way to filter through the Linux World than through a Linux jargon buster? The Linux system has, for some time, been the UFO of the Operating Systems universe. Not long ago, the public pronunciation of the word Linux would have mirrored concerning glares from OS users who were yet to understand it. However, as with all the UFO protocols, the most daring step is making the first contact.
The love for the Linux operating system is beyond words. However, the Windows operating system's popularity makes it difficult for Linux to fully take over the OS world. Windows has a bigger platform of users due to the operational preferences it presents. It has advanced graphics that favor users who are Gamers. The Office Suite software package of Windows is on another level.
Upgrading your skills in 2020 has never been important. If you are someone who loves Linux and wants to certify, then you have come to the right place as we go through the five best Linux certifications that you should not miss in 2020. The IT industry revolves heavily around the Linux operating system. And that's why you will find that there is a constant demand for Linux experts.
KDE Plasma is a modular desktop and one of the best Linux desktop environments available. It is also one of the most customizable Desktop environments, and users can fine-tune everything from the panel to the icons (the widgets). Even though recent updates and changes have seen KDE (KDE Plasma 5) list among the most Lightweight Desktop Environments, running a Linux distribution with KDE Plasma desktop sometimes can be slow when left on an extended period.
This post will give you a step-by-step guide on mounting your external USB Drive to your Linux system via the Terminal or command-line. If you are using an up-to-date Linux system with a modern Desktop Environment, your USB drive will show on the File Manager, and you can easily mount it by just clicking on it. This way, you don't have to use the Terminal or the shell command-line.
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.