Top 25 icon themes for Ubuntu

An icon is a graphical representation of something. It can be termed as being a symbolic thing or noted figure. An icon theme is, therefore, a combination of icons that share the same feel and look. Thus, when a user selects a specific icon theme, all the apps will look and feel as specified by the icon theme used.

How to install Fonts on Ubuntu

The Ubuntu distribution comes pre-installed with a bunch of cool fonts. However, you are not restricted. If you feel like you want to install your additional favorite fonts, follow the steps below. To install a new font on Ubuntu, you first have to find and download the font itself.

How to Cast Media from Ubuntu to Chromecast

To understand this article's objective, we should first discuss four key terms related to it: media, media files, Ubuntu, and Chromecast. Media is a communication outlet responsible for the storage and retrieval of data. The data storage and retrieval process align with data encoding and decoding. This data exists in four main forms: audios, videos, pictures, and documents. The mentioned media data types are synonymous with media files.

How to install and use GNOME Tweak Tool on Ubuntu

The Gnome Tweak Tool is a utility used to customize the overall look and behavior of elements on the Gnome Desktop Environment. In simple terms, you can use Gnome Tweaks to modify the look and feel of your entire Ubuntu system.

How to install and use Dolphin Emulator on Ubuntu

Dolphin Emulator is an open-source and cross-platform project which is among the popular game consoles. It is highly compatible with various platforms and allows you to play your favorite Gamecube and Wii games on your Linux PC. Dolphin is available for Windows, Linux, macOS, and Android.

How to install (and uninstall) XFCE on Ubuntu

Xfce is an open-source and free desktop environment for Linux operating systems. Xfce is full of great features that make it easy to use. It consumes minimal memory and CPU, making it lightweight and fast compared to other Linux desktops, like GNOME and KDE.  An Xfce has two panels that hold the most used application launchers.

Linux Kernel 5.9: What’s New and How to Upgrade

The Linux Kernel 5.9 is now out and available for the masses. Like any other release, Kernel 5.9 introduces fantastic features along with updated drivers. The development of Linux kernel 5.9 started about two months ago when Linus Torvalds announced the first release candidate (RC) milestone.

Ubuntu Vs. Fedora: Which One Should You Choose?

Both Ubuntu and Fedora are among the most popular Linux distros on the market. As such, there is an on-going debate in the Linux community concerning the better distro among the two - Ubuntu vs. Fedora.