Ubuntu’s Snap Apps Website Gets Much Needed Improvements

Brief: Ubuntu has updated its Snap Store website making it more useful for the users by adding developer verification, categories, improved search.  Canonical, Ubuntu’s parent company, is pushing aggressively for the adoption of its universal packaging system Snap. And in the same bid, it has improved the user interface and user experience of its online Snap application store. Snap applications are...

Lubuntu 18.04 Review: Stable and Dependable As Always

I know that Ubuntu 18.04 had been released a few months back but it’s never too late to explore various official Ubuntu flavors. Earlier we reviewed Ubuntu 18.04 Budgie and Kubuntu 18.04 and today, we will take a look at the latest Long-Term Support (LTS) release of Lubuntu: Lubuntu 18.04.   Lubuntu 18.04 Review: Still the savior of older computers Lubuntu is...

Become a Certified White Hat Hacker with 8-Course Bundle

Cyber threats are on the rise and Hackers are learning and discovering new ways to infiltrate computer systems and networks owned by governments, private companies as well as IT firms, on the internet. White Hat Hackers are IT specialists better referred to as Computer Security experts who do the dirty work of protecting computer systems and networks from hackers....

Top 31 Best Linux Games You Can Play for FREE

We recently discussed the best Linux games on steam, but the best of all does not necessarily mean that they are all free. Instead, most of those were paid games. So, we thought of putting together a separate list of best free Linux games that you can play without spending a penny. Top Free Linux Games for everyone Before we see...

What is FreeBSD? Why Should You Choose It Over Linux?

Not too long ago I wondered if and in what situations FreeBSD could be faster than Linux and we received a good amount of informative feedback. So far, Linux rules the desktop space and FreeBSD rules the server space. In the meantime, though, what exactly is FreeBSD? And at what times should you choose it over a GNU/Linux installation? Let’s tackle...

Learn Python Machine Learning with This 8-Course Bundle

Python is a popular and fastest growing general purpose programming language. Python runs anywhere; it has an elegant syntax, making it readable and it?s easy-to-use. It has features for data analysis, machine learning, web development and many other use cases to solve a wide range of programming problems. Machine Learning (a subset of Artificial Intelligence (AI)) is the science of...

What Is the Best Way to Contribute to The Linux Kernel?

A person who isn’t much of a computer literate wouldn’t know that the kernel is a fundamental part of any OS. It is so far removed from the surface apps that the closest you could get to it from a typical app on your machine is configuring network protocols and/or installing driver software. As a matter of fact, only...

Anarchy Linux – A User-Friendly Alternative to Arch Linux

Anarchy Linux, compared to other Linux distributions like Manjaro and Antergos because it is actually NOT a Linux distribution. Anarchy Linux is a free and open source package containing a set of automated scripts designed to facilitate the easier installation and configuration setup of Arch Linux. To define Anarchy Linux in the simplest of terms, it’s an Arch Linux wrapper and...

Difference Between the macOS and Linux Kernels [Explained]

Some people might think that there are similarities between the macOS and the Linux kernel because they can handle similar commands and similar software. Some people even think that Apple’s macOS is based on Linux. The truth is that both kernels have very different histories and features. Today, we will take a look at the difference between macOS and...

How to Install Latest KDE Plasma on Ubuntu 18.04

KDE’s Plasma Desktop Environment is a beautiful Desktop Environment that focuses on speed, simplicity, security, and customization. If you are reading this post then Plasma needs no introduction to you. The main issue with installing KDE Plasma on Ubuntu is that it requires a lot of packages and some users eventually get stuck midway and confused when they try downloading...