How to list the installed Packages on Ubuntu

It is only natural to start installing more and more software on your Ubuntu PC once you start using it. Similarly, it is also natural to lose track of the different packages that you have installed on your system. Eventually, you may be overwhelmed with the number of packages in your system and with the ones you hardly used.

How to configure the Ubuntu Firewall (UFW)

A properly configured firewall is a crucial part of establishing preliminary system security. Keeping this in mind, here we will go over how to configure the firewall on your Ubuntu PC.

How to install and use Zoom on Ubuntu

If you work from home or hold meetings with other people remotely, then you have probably heard of Zoom. It is one of the popular video conferencing software app available today.

How to Restart Networking on Ubuntu

Sometimes resetting your Ubuntu network is required to apply some network configurations like changing your IP from Automatic DHCP to static one. Restarting the network is not a big deal, but should be done carefully.

How to install Minecraft Server on Linux

One of the popular sandboxed video games, available to is Minecraft. First released in 2009, Minecraft comes with several amazing features. Players can build everything from simple houses to skyscrapers, explore infinite worlds, craft, and struggle to survive in a block 3D generated world.

How to add users to Sudoers (and remove) on Ubuntu

Have you ever needed to view/edit a file or even open a directory that needs some administrative privileges? As a normal user, you will not be able to view or open or edit files and directories with administrative privileges. However, in Linux, you can perform any task that requires administrative rights using the sudo command.

How to make Ubuntu look like Windows XP

If you are in a nostalgic mood and would like to make your Ubuntu look like Windows XP, you just landed in the right place. In this article, we will show you how you can make Ubuntu look like Windows XP by applying the GTK+ theme. Our Ubuntu distribution of choice is Ubuntu 20.04 LTS.

5 ways to check disk space on Ubuntu

A regular check on your computer's Disk Usage(DU) is required to ensure the smooth running of your system. Having a disk working at nearly 100% disk usage causes your PC to slow down, hang, or become unresponsive. It will no longer execute tasks faster like before. In this article, you will learn how to check the Disk Usage on your system using a variety of ways.