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MX Linux review: 10 tips and tricks to get started

The MX Linux is not as mainstream as its Debian-based distros. I just heard of it recently and was thrilled to check it out. It’s based on Debian, so at least user-friendly to a beginner. It is only intimidating when installing, but luckily in this art…

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SpiralLinux: The New Distro Making Debian Easier for Beginners

SpiralLinux aims to provide a simplified and out-of-the-box Debian experience. Does it succeed in doing so? Read in this review.

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Internxt – Web3 Ready Privacy-centric Cloud Storage with Linux client

Cloud storage has grown in importance in our daily digital lives. Almost all of us utilise some form of cloud storage service to ensure that our crucial information are kept forever. While cloud storage allows us to keep our data and retrieve them whenever and wherever we want, not all…

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Umbrel: Unique Linux Distro for Self Hosting Open Source Software for Your Homelab

Want to set up a homelab but not comfortable with all the complexity? Umbrel enables you to self host multiple open source software easily.

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Cheapest Web Hosting Services 2022

On LinuxAndUbuntu, we have discussed hosting WordPress, Drupal, Joomla, and other popular software on practically all major web server software. If you want to build a website on any web server, Web hosting is one of the most important components to start with. In this article, I will discuss some…

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Best CMS For 2022

If you want to start your own website in 2022, there are many easy ways to do so with the help of one of these CMS, or content management systems. You must make an important decision when choosing a CMS. In this article, I will list the best CMS, from which you can choose the […]

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How to use Google Drive on Linux

Google Drive is the most popular cloud storage service, offering 15GB of free cloud storage. However, despite being such a popular cloud storage service, there is no official Google Drive client for Linux. There were even rumours that Google was planning to release an official Google Drive client for Linux, but nothing came to fruition. […]

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Google VPN – A VPN For Google’s Premium Users

VPN applications have become one of the most important applications in this age of censorship and bad actors who are constantly looking for information on you. No matter what device you use, there is no shortage of VPNs in the app store. In this article, I will review a VPN service…

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Internxt is an Open Source Encrypted Cloud Service With Native Linux Client

Internxt is one of the rare few open source projects that ticks so many boxes. It is open source and yet easy-to-use commercial cloud storage service.

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Kasm Workspaces – Stream Docker Containers Easily & Quickly

Kasm Workspaces is an intriguing platform for security and development aficionados. It is accessible by web browser and allows users to deploy container apps, including full-fledged Ubuntu desktops. In our daily lives, we must deal with a wide range of challenges that arise in our workplace. As an independent developer,…

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Desktop Environment Vs. Window Manager

Every new Linux user is likely to run across the question of what the difference is between a desktop environment and a window manager at some point in their learning process. I’ve been asked this question several times, and the answer isn’t always simple. It depends on the questioner’s previous…

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Best Self-hosted Email Clients

Self-hosted email clients are those that we can host on our own server or on our local network. The advantage of using a self-hosted email client is that it makes your email accounts accessible to any devices on a network. We can use these clients to not only integrate third-party…

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Best Spotify Alternatives For Linux

Spotify is the most popular music streaming service. A Spotify free account grants access to a massive catalogue of songs, podcasts, and internet radio. But, if you’re a big fan of open-source software like me, you’ll want to check out these free and premium Spotify alternatives for Linux. These Spotify…

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Top 8 Desktop Environments For Linux [2021]

Linux distributions come in various flavors. No matter if users are joining in from Windows, Mac, or any desktop operating system, Linux desktop environments make the onboarding process a lot easier. In this article, I will list the top 8 desktop environments for Linux that you can use in 2021….

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Best Email Clients For Linux [2021]

Most of us access our emails from the web browser. While web browsers may be a common way of accessing emails but not quick and efficient. Email clients for Linux easily sync email accounts with the system and notify users of any new email. Email clients can add multiple email…

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Best Linux Backup Software For Desktops And Servers

No doubt cloud services have saved us a lot of trouble. We can back up important files in cloud storage and download them later whenever needed. But backing up the entire operating system is not normally possible with cloud services like Gdrive, OneDrive, etc. Also, an operating system loaded with…

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Brave – Privacy-focused Web Browser

Brave is an open-source Chromium-based, privacy-focused, and cross-platform web browser. It has almost all the features that popular web browsers such as Chrome and Firefox have with additional protection against ads, online surveillance, and more. Privacy-respecting Web Browser While Chrome and other web browsers do block harmful ads but do…

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What Is Headless Server

You may have heard of the headless server. A headless server is simply an operating system installed on a computer without a monitor, mouse, keyboard, and other peripherals. One can make a server a headless server just by connecting it to a network, removing the monitor, mouse, keyboard, and peripherals….

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What Is Bulletproof Hosting

The Internet is one of the most wonderful things that ever happened. Today around 53% of the World’s population consumes some sort of content from the Internet whether it be sharing information on social media or chatting with friends on their favorite IM app. Every second a huge amount of…

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Debian Vs. Ubuntu

Debian and Ubuntu are the two names that Linux users hear from day one. Both of these are popular Linux distributions with a huge user base. One should know the differences and similarities before choosing any of these operating systems for personal or commercial purposes. If you have just arrived…

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