18 Things to Do After Installing Linux Mint 19 Tara

Linux Mint 19 Tara was released about 2 weeks ago and it brought a handful of major improvements, fixes, and new features along, further solidifying its place as one of the best Linux distros for newbies and macOS and Windows users. The Ubuntu LTS-based distro comes with the MATE, Xfce, or Cinnamon Desktop Environment and

How to Customize Firefox Quantum User Interface in Linux

Firefox Quantum version 61 is Mozilla’s 4th major browser release in 2018 and it brought a ton of goodies including performance improvement, faster scrolling, security enhancements, bug fixes, and an overall UI polish. You can switch between tabs better and the settings for the home and new tab pages have been added to the preferences section. Firefox

80 Most Used Essential Linux Applications of 2021

2021 has been an awesome year for a lot of applications, especially those that are both free and open source. And while various Linux distributions come with a number of default apps, users are free to take them out and use any of the free or paid alternatives of their choice. Today, we bring you a

9 Productivity Tools for Linux That Are Worth Your Attention

There are so many distractions and unproductive activities that affect our performance at the workplace, and so many methods to increase focus and work efficiency. If you’re looking for a way to improve your productivity and stay organized, consider using special software to create a productive work environment. We’ve collected a list of productivity tools

How to Install Custom Fonts in Ubuntu Linux

In this very short article I’m about to show you how to install a custom font by name Kavivanar in Ubuntu and Linux Mint to use it in Libre Office, GIMP, Inkscape and others application. First thing we need to do is to download this font (or any custom fonts) on-line via Google Fonts or

How to Use Timeshift to Backup and Restore Linux System

Timeshift is an open-source system restore tool that creates incremental filesystem snapshots using either of 2 modes: BTRFS snapshots or rsync+hardlinks. With it, you can schedule backups at multiple levels using filters and the backups can be restored from Live CD/USB or directly from the system while it is running. The goal of Timeshift is

10 Popular Windows Apps That Are Also Available on Linux

Looking back, 2018 has been a good year for the Linux community. Many applications that were only available on Windows and/or Mac are available on the Linux platform with little to no hassle. Hats off to Snap and Flatpak technologies which have helped bring many “restricted” apps to Linux users. Read Also: All AWESOME Linux

8 Best Online Linux Terminals and Distributions

This article focuses on those interested in learning how to use the Linux terminal without necessarily having a Linux machine they can use at their convenience. You can use them to not only practice Linux commands but to also test scripts, analyze compilation time, etc. Without further ado, here’s our compilation: 1. Tutorials Point Coding Ground

DesignEvo – Create Unique Professional Custom Logos Online

If you ask any (brand) designer for a detailed narration about how the field has changed over the years you could be there for hours. Once upon a time, graphic designers needed to use applications that were too technical to use and close to unaffordable to the general public. Fast forward to 2018 and using

6 Best Online Linux Bash Editors

If you have been following our posts, we published an article that lists the best online terminal platforms for learning how to work with the Linux not too long ago. I hear you ask “how are online Linux terminals different from online Bash editors?” – well, for starters, bash editors are the best apps to