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8 Most Awesome Quick File Searching Tools for Linux Desktop

Over the years we have covered some of the best file searching tools for the Linux desktop and till date, the titles that we covered remain the most sought out for by users. Today, we bring you a compiled list of the 8 most awesome so that you don’t have to do all that work

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

25 Cool New Features in Android 9.0 Pie

Google I/O 2018 was such a successful event that I am able to say without hesitating that every I/O event is better than the previous one. This year, Google made a lot of announcements that made it fans happy one of which is the official release of Android 9.0 Pie . It is yet to roll

cloudHQ – Sync Google Apps and G Suite to Cloud Accounts for Free

cloudHQ is a free and secure software desktop client that enables you to back data up from your Google account apps e.g. Gmail and Google Drive to a variety of other Cloud service options including Amazon S3, Office 365, Egnyte, Evernote, Dropbox, and Google Drive. cloudHQ comes with a number of tools to improve user productivity

4 Ways to Run Linux Commands and Software on Windows

So, all the times we have written about platform applications for another platform, it was with regards to the availability of Windows software for the Linux platform. What if you want to run Linux software on Windows? Afterall, there are certain features that are peculiar to Linux and sometimes, Unix-like platforms. Read Also: 4 Ways

Zorin OS 12.4 Core and Ultimate – The Biggest Release Yet

Zorin OS is a material-inspired, Ubuntu 16.04 LTS-based GNU/Linux distro that offers users the ability to customize their desktop in any way they like. It is powered by the long-term supported Linux 4.4 kernel, and ships with the Zorin Desktop 2.0 desktop environment which is a major revamp given that it comes with an advanced

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

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,

4 Best Ways to Play Retro Games on Linux

Retrogaming includes playing any console or arcade video games from contemporary times, and it is also referred to as old-school/classic gaming. But if you are a gamer I bet that you already knew that. Classic gaming is increasingly becoming popular given that people miss the action that 8-bit, MS DOS-like games brought to their screen.

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