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You Can Still Get Ubuntu 16.04 Security Updates, Here’s How

Did you know it’s possible to get security updates for Ubuntu 16.04 until 2024 without paying for an enterprise Ubuntu support package? Yup, you can.
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How To Set Up Manjaro Linux 20 with Screenshots + Video

Manjaro was the first Linux distribution I was introduced to when I first started using Linux over nine years ago. At the time, it was not only my favorite distro but one of the most stable distributions. For me, this meant I barely ever distro-hopped. It worked perfectly with my machine. I ended up using […]

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How To Set Up Manjaro Linux 20 with Screenshots + Video

Manjaro was the first Linux distribution I was introduced to when I first started using Linux over nine years ago. At the time, it was not only my favorite distro but one of the most stable distributions. For me, this meant I barely ever distro-hopped. It worked perfectly with my machine. I ended up using […]

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How to Upgrade to MATE Desktop 1.26 on Ubuntu (PPA)

Users of Ubuntu 20.04 LTS and 21.04 can now upgrade to the recent MATE desktop 1.26 release through a dedicated PPA. The ‘Fresh MATE PPA’ is maintained by Ubuntu MATE developers, and is aimed at existing users of Ubuntu MATE who want to install MATE de…

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How to Instantly Log Out of Ubuntu From a Terminal

To log out of Ubuntu desktop session from the command line run the gnome-session-quit command, adding the –no-prompt flag to log out instantly.
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How to Access Extra Dock Settings in elementary OS 6

Today I learnt how to access more Plank dock setting in elementary OS 6, and figured I’d pass the knowledge on. A clutch of dock config options can be accessed in elementary OS right from the System Settings > Desktop > Dock & Panel panel. Th…

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Install Pantheon Tweaks on elementary OS 6 to Access Hidden Settings

Planning on taking elementary OS 6 for a spin this weekend? If so, there’s a handy third-party tool I want you to keep in mind. See, some Linux distros try to be all things to all people. They come with reams of settings, options, choice screens,…

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Linux’s Best Screenshot Tool is Revived, Here’s How to Install it on Ubuntu

The legendary Shutter screenshot tool is back from the dead and available to install on the Ubuntu desktop. Fresh off the back of its GTK 3 port, new builds of the go-to screen capture n’ annotation tool (it does more than just take screenshots, …

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Where to Learn Linux

If you’re new to Linux or if you just want to learn more about Linux and improve your professional skills, you might be wondering where to learn Linux online. This article will help you. There are many options to choose from, ranging from written content to video tutorials and audiobooks. Each category with its own […]

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How to Install and Configure Arch Linux with a Desktop Environment

Here is my method for installing Arch Linux. This can be a bit fiddly, but is a really great learning curve, especially if you are installing it on physical hardware. There are many methods to do everything, different partitioning tools, and lots of ways to carve up your disks (if you are using a virtual […]

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How To: Get Started with WireGuard Server in Under 5 Minutes

Whether you want to hide your identity from prying eyes or access content blocked by geo-restrictions, running a WireGuard server is an excellent solution to run your own VPN server. If you’ve got five minutes, you’ve got time to install it…

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The Easy Way to Enable ‘Minimize on Click’ in Ubuntu

In this post you will learn how to enable minimize on click for the Ubuntu Dock in Ubuntu 18.04 LTS and above. But what is “minimize on click”, and why do some Ubuntu users like to enable it? When you click an application icon in the Ubuntu…

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How to Install Visual Studio Code on Ubuntu 20.04

Microsoft’s Visual Studio Code is a powerful and popular open source code editor. In this post I show you how to install VSCode on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS (and above). Visual Studio Code is available for […]
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Don’t Like Firefox’s New Look? Try These Tweaks

if Firefox’s fancy new look has left you feeling frustrated and out of sorts check out this trifecta of tweaks, all of which help tame the browser’s new UI.
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This App Lets You Tweak Hidden Settings in Ubuntu 20.04

‘Ubuntu First Steps’ is a handy tool for tweaking Ubuntu. The GTK app provides options to customise the Ubuntu dock, desktop icons, and install more apps.
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How to Upgrade to Ubuntu 21.04 from 20.10 (Yes, Finally)

Want to upgrade to Ubuntu 21.04 from Ubuntu 20.10? Well, you now can! The ‘Hirsute Hippo’ is out and in this short guide we show you how to upgrade to it.
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The Best Tips for Lazy but Smart Linux Home Users

You have probably seen the abundance of smart homes and how they make life easier. These smart homes have been made possible by the Internet of Things and can help users turn lights on and off or play music just by the command of your voice.To make thi…

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