In this tutorial, we are going to help you encrypt your hard disk partitions on Ubuntu and its derivatives, with easy and clear steps. Be careful when you are learning and doing it the first time. I recommend doing a trial of this tutorial on a small partition whose data is already backed up.
If you have been using elementary OS Linux distribution, you might already know what is Pantheon. For those new to Pantheon, it is a desktop environment which comes bundled with the elementary OS.
The much-awaited elementary OS 5.0 Juno has finally landed. It took close to a year to develop the biggest increment of the elementary OS. For those new to elementary OS, it is based on Ubuntu and uses its own Pantheon desktop environment.
No matter which VPN service you are using, if you are using OpenVPN to connect to your VPN service, chances are that your PC is already revealing your actual IP address due to improper network configuration. It's called the DNS leak! Let me guide you on how to fix this issue.
elementary OS Juno could ship with a brand-new installer. Daniel Foré, founder at elementary OS has announced that the team is working with System76 to develop a all-new installer for elementary OS and Pop!_OS. Here are cool screenshots of the new installer.
The much-awaited elementary OS 5.0 Juno has arrived. Juno brings tons of exciting new features. Download and install it now!
Did you know that one of the best ways to take a backup of a file or a folder is to create a ISO file and store it in cloud or may be burn it to DVD disc? The advantage in creating an ISO file is having single file that is similar to a zip file, but ISO can be quickly burned to a disc.
When it comes to security programs market, Sophos is highly respected and immensely popular brand. They have made a free version for Linux available which comes with virus scanner and removal tool. It also scans for virus in real-time.
Ubuntu and its derivatives including Linux Mint and elementary OS ask for keyring every time a user reboots the computer and launches certain Internet browsers including Google Chrome and Chromium.
It is common for Linux newbies to run into issues due to accidental changes in settings, leading to unstable and erratic system performance. How about an idea of having a master reset button that allow you to reset the computer to factory settings?