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.

How to Manage Startup Programs on Ubuntu

On booting your Linux Operating System, the basic functionality's services are loaded immediately to the Linux Kernel and continue to run until the login screen appears. On logging-in, other services, including the desktop programs, are loaded. These are called 'startup applications' or 'startup programs.' We are not referring to services like the network manager; we talk of programs like Skype, torrent clients, browsers, and other such programs.

How to use Ctrl+Alt+Del to launch Task Manager on Ubuntu

If you have used the Windows operating system, you have probably used Ctrl + Alt + Del combination to launch the task manager. By default pressing the keyboard shortcut keys, CTRL+ALT+DEL in the Ubuntu system prompts a logout dialogue box of the GNOME desktop environment.

Ubuntu 20.10 New Features Review and How to Upgrade

The wait is finally over (almost) for all you Ubuntu fans out there. The latest version of Ubuntu, 20.10 codenamed "Groovy Gorilla," is currently available in the beta version. I have tested out the distro myself, and it is stable enough to take out for a spin.