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Working with Docker Images, Containers, and the DockerHub

Previously we showed how to install Docker on Ubuntu. Docker is a handy tool designed to make it easier to create, deploy, and run applications by using containers. Today, let's talk about working with Docker images, Containers, and the DockerHub. 

Enabling GameMode on Linux for best gaming performance

GameMode is a combination of various libraries and daemons that allows all the users to improve the gaming performance on the Linux system. Developed by games publisher Feral Interactive, it improves gaming performance by requesting a group of options that will be applied temporarily to the Linux system.

Removing the Virus from a Windows PC with a Ubuntu Live USB drive

In this tutorial, we are going to show you how to clean your Windows machine from infected viruses using an Ubuntu live USB or CD and the ClamAV antivirus. The ClamAV is a free, open-source antivirus that can be used on Ubuntu.

How to add pCloud Drive to Startup on Ubuntu

In this tutorial, we are going to walk you through installing the pCloud drive desktop client on your Ubuntu. Also, we will enable the pCloud to startup automatically when the system starts.

Ubuntu 20.04 code-named Focal Fossa will release on April 23

From what we know so far, the upcoming Ubuntu 20.04 LTS has been given the code name "Focal Fossa," and is expected to be available to the general public starting from April 23rd of the coming year.

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 download files using command-line in Ubuntu Terminal

One of the usual daily tasks is downloading files. Using the command line, you can easily carry out this task quickly.

How to customize your Ubuntu terminal prompt

Here, we're going to explain how users can customize the look of their Ubuntu Terminal. The final part of this article can be used in any other distribution as well.