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Desktop Linux Market Share: August 2022

Curious to know the latest market share percentage for Linux desktop? You don’t have to do the research, we’ve done it for you.

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What is the Difference Between macOS and Linux?

No, macOS is not based on Linux. And no, macOS is not entirely similar to Linux. Take a look at the similarities and differences between macOS and Linux.
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Businesses Should Dump Windows for the Linux Desktop

If you care about security, then Linux should be your business desktop.
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How to Update Linux Mint to Mint 21

It’s not too hard to move from Linux Mint 20.3 to the long-term support of Linux Mint 21. But it’s not a walk in the park, either.
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Complete Upgrade Guide to Linux Mint 21 (Vanessa) from 20.3

A complete tutorial on upgrading to Linux Mint 21 (Vanessa) from Linux Mint 20.3 using the GUI.
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How to Find Hardware Specifications on Linux

This guide explains how to find almost all hardware (and software) specifications of a Linux system using 5 different applications.
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What is the Difference Between macOS and Linux?

No macOS is not based on Linux. No macOS is not entirely similar to Linux. Take a look at the similarities and differences between macOS and Linux.

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How To Access Linux Partitions From Windows 10,11

This guide explains how to access Linux partitions from Windows 10,11 and transfer the data from Linux partitions to Windows using Linux reader.
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How to Remove White Space from the File Name in Linux

Not able to access or open a file because of white space in the file name? Then you can remove the white space from the file name by following three different methods.
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How to Install Spotify on Fedora Linux: A Step-by-Step Guide

Spotify is a well-known cross-platform music streaming service that millions of people use. This guide will walk you through installing Spotify on Fedora Linux, offering you three different ways to do it by following best practices.
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Streaming with Linux: Amazon Music Unlimited

This is a new series that surveys popular streaming services from a Linux perspective. To start the series, I’m looking at Amazon Music Unlimited. This is a music subscription service with a catalogue of around 90 million songs. The service offers a wide-ranging song catalogue and bundles in lossless and hi-res tracks in the standard […]

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7 Best Distributions Based on Fedora Linux

Looking for Fedora derivatives? Here are best Fedora based Linux distributions.

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Linux Distribution Comparison Chart

If you’re new to the world of Linux and trying to figure out which distribution is right for your needs, this chart can help. It lists 10 key attributes for 20 popular distributions to help you zero in on the best choice.
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10 Commands Linux Admins Need to Know

When dealing with a Server, chances are you won’t have a desktop environment to work with. You’ll also spend a good amount of time remoting into a Linux server, where the Command Line Interface (CLI) is the only option. That means you’re going to need to know how to work with (and troubleshoot) various aspects […]

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40+ Open Source and Linux Terms You Need to Know

If you’re new to Linux and open source software, you will quickly find that there are many terms to learn. Learn some of the open source and Linux terms you need to know in this article.
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How to Configure Networking on a Linux Server

This article from TechRepublic Premium walks you through the process of configuring networking on two different Linux distributions.
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What is Dash Shell in Linux?

What is Dash shell in Linux? Dash is not meant to replace your current shell and works under the hood. Learn more here.
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New Linux Malware Surges, Surpassing Android

Linux malware is skyrocketing and now surpasses both macOS and Android, according to a new report. Learn more here.
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Linux/UNIX Certification Training Bundle

Learn the tricks of the Linux systems administration trade & prepare for top certification exams with this Linux/UNIX Certification Training Bundle.
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How to Rotate Logs with Logrotate in Linux

Linux background operations are recorded on log files. In this tutorial, learn how to rotate logs with Logrotate in Linux.
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