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Nitrux – A Beautiful, Portable Apps-Focused Linux Distro

Nitrux is a free, beautiful, open-source Ubuntu-based distribution with a focus on beauty, user efficiency, and portable universal app formats. It currently ranks #76 on DistroWatch’s popularity hits per day chart. It supports portable universal application formats including AppImage and Snaps and is based on the latest Ubuntu development branch and the latest KDE Plasma desktop

LinuxAIO – Test All The Ubuntu Flavours at Once

We recently released an article wherein I discussed which Ubuntu flavour you should choose , and if you checked it out you will notice that there are well over 5 flavours to pick with varying main features. Would you like to try all of them for yourself but have limited time and resources? Today is your

Linux Mint Is Still the Leading Desktop Distribution

Linux Mint is a Debian and Ubuntu-based community-driven distro that aims is to be modern, elegant, powerful, and easy to use. Straight out of the box it provides full multimedia support due to its inclusion of proprietary software that is bundled with several free and open-source apps. It was created by French IT specialist, Clement Lefebvre in 2006 who at

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

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 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

FSearch – A Speedy Standalone Search Utility for Linux

FSearch is a GTK+3, open-source, performance-focused search utility for GNU/Linux and Unix-like Operating Systems. It is inspired by Everything Search Engine so it instantly locates files and folders by filename and it is written in C so it boasts amazing speeds – a feature its users love about it the most. It features a modern,

Endless OS – A Beautifully Unique Linux Distribution for Your Family

Endless OS is a free Linux-based Operating System that makes computers fun to use. It features a beautiful UI, a somewhat locked-down app manager, and tons of educational software. Endless OS is mostly used to teach computing all over the world so the company has made it simulate a smartphone experience. In place of an

Devuan is a Linux Distro Without systemd. Why Should You Use It?

Devuan is a fork of the popular Debian Operating System upon which Ubuntu is based. It was first released in November 2014 with the aim of providing Linux users with a distro that doesn’t have the systemd daemon installed by default. Although Devuan started when Debian adopted systemd but didn’t have a stable release until last year,

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