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Ubuntu 20.04 LTS “Focal Fossa” final Beta out now

The last beta version of Ubuntu 20.04 (codenamed Focal Fossa) is finally here for all those who want to give a shot to this significant update before they get their hands on the final release.

Linux Mint vs. Ubuntu – which is best for you?

The conundrum is that which one among them? The best solution is to try both of them out, and then choose whatever seems to work the best for your needs. But here, we're giving you some distinctions between the both that might make it easier for you to make a choice.

How to secure wipe USB drive, SD card on Ubuntu

SD Cards and portable USB drives are among the many flash storage devices we have in the market today. SD Cards are commonly used in smartphones and cameras to hold personal data and digital information.

How to restart the Ubuntu Server using command-line

Ubuntu server is growing popular every day. Thanks to containers and cloud computing. For small businesses and organizations looking for an affordable server solution, the Ubuntu server is the way to go. It works well with practically all hardware and virtualization platforms.

How to format a USB drive or SD card on Ubuntu

In this post, we are going to look at how you can format your USB drive or the SD card on the Ubuntu operating system. Most of these methods will also work with other Debian based operating systems like Kali Linux, elementary OS, Zorin OS, Parrot, Tails, Debian, and many more.

How to backup and restore Ubuntu with TimeShift

Timeshift is a free-to-use tool that lets you take backup system settings and files. By protecting these important files, you can always restore them if something goes wrong. However, the tool is not there to protect your files, including pictures, music, and documents.

How to run Windows apps on your Ubuntu PC

Allow us to say that there are not as many applications for Linux compared to Microsoft Windows. Linux has a vast world of free and open-source applications (FOSS) that should get almost all of your work done, but if you're in a situation where you need to install and run a Windows program on your Linux system, don't worry, we've got it covered too!

How to Zip and Unzip files on Ubuntu

In this article, we shall show you the command-line way and GUI way of creating an archive (zip format) and extracting an existing zip file. For the tutorial, we are going to use Ubuntu 18.04. If for any reason, the zip is not installed, you can install it using the command as follows.