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10 Best Linux Distros to Install on Your MacBook

macOS is a Unix-like Operating System so many of the features in Linux distros are similar to those that it offers. That notwithstanding, because it is Unix-like does not mean that it is Linux and for one reason or the other you may want to run a full-fledged OS. Here are the best Linux distros

10 Best Linux Educational Software for Your Kids

The apps that we cover are usually ones for professionals, hobbyists, students, etc – mostly adults. But children use computers too, in fact, now more than ever, and the awesome Linux platform has a variety of software to keep them engaged and learning things. Read Also: Best Programming Tools for Tutoring Kids Today, we bring

10 Best Screenshot Apps for macOS

macOS comes with built-in options for taking screenshots but it doesn’t offer users sufficient annotation options or advanced features like encryption, conversion to GIF, etc. Today, we bring you a list of the 10 best screenshot apps available for macOS and they all have their unique features. 1. Snappy Snappy is a beautiful feature-rich screenshot tool

10 Free Open Source Tools for Creating Your Own VPN

As more people use the Internet everyday they are becoming more conscious about their privacy with regards to how much of the information they don’t want to share at all is being compromised. Tons of VPN services have been created to solidify users’ safety but that doesn’t seem to be enough as there seems to be

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

10 Reasons to Buy Google Pixelbook Over a MacBook

With a touchscreen display, cornered Gorilla glass, backlit keyboard, 4 in 1 design that enables a more convenient use, 7th Gen Intel Core processor, fast charging battery that lasts 10 hours, and a premium aluminium build, the  Google Pixelbook is the slickest and thinnest Chromebook yet. Just recently, I had the opportunity to purchase either

10 Reasons Why Your Business Is Better Off With A Linux Server

When choosing a server for your business several considerations come into play especially cost and security. But the most important consideration of all, at least in my opinion, is your business. You should always bear in mind that there is no point cutting corners on getting a server when your business depends on it. Read

12 Chrome Extensions for Developers and Designers

Today, I’m sharing with you my curated list of 12 Chrome extensions for designers and developers. I’m excited that this is my area of expertise so let’s get right to it. 1. The Great Suspender The Great Suspender  is a free and open-source Google Chrome extension that minimizes the amount of memory Chrome uses. It

12 Easy Steps to Speed Up Ubuntu Linux

If you have been paying attention to your system’s performance you might have noticed that it is been dwindling with time. This is due to a variety of factors that typically affect systems all over the world whether they are owned by beginner or master Linux users. Read Also: Things To Do After Fresh Ubuntu

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