Windows users that are looking to use Linux or at least try it out for the first time may seem at a loss on how to go about doing it. The first thought is that a user would need a separate machine just for the Linux software or that they would need to replace Windows with Linux on their Windows machine.
Have you ever faced a broken package error while updating Ubuntu? Do you know that Apt (which is Ubuntu's most famous and powerful package manager) has a built-in function that can help you solve this situation and get things back to its normal state? Let's show you how.
When connecting to external Wi-Fi networks, privacy is required. By changing your MAC address, you can make sure that no one can trace or track you. Let's see how to do it.
Uninstallation of programs can be done by graphical way using the Ubuntu Software Center, and the Synaptic Package manager. Command-line way of doing it is also possible using apt-get and aptitude commands. We shall discuss each one of them in detail.
Ubuntu comes built-in with a backup tool known as "Déjà Dup." The backup tool is deactivated by default. This tutorial will guide you in setting up the backup of files and folders to a location.