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Don’t Like Visual Studio Code? Try These 5 Alternatives Apps

When it comes to programming, you’re going to need a plain text editor that allows you to easily modify files or take notes. One of the most complete and professional tools is Visual Studio Code. However, this Microsoft program is not ideal for users with little experience. If it is your case, surely you want […]

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How to Install Microsoft Edge on Linux Mint 20

Microsoft Edge is a cross-platform web browser by Microsoft. In the following tutorial, you will learn how to install Microsoft Edge on Linux Mint 20.
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Best Free and Open Source Alternatives to Microsoft Project

Microsoft Project is project management software product sold as a subscription service. Fortunately, there are excellent free and open-source alternatives.
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Linux Kernel 5.15 Will Integrate NTFS3 Driver to Better Support NTFS File System

In the upcoming Linux Kernel 5.15 update, the NTFS3 kernel driver from Paragon Software will provide better support for Microsoft’s NFTS file system. Last year, Paragon Software made an amazing decision: try to Mainline the NTFS3 driver that was …

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Best Free and Open Source Alternatives to Microsoft OneNote

Microsoft OneNote is available as part of the Microsoft Office suite. Here’s our recommended free and open source alternatives.
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How to Install Microsoft Edge on Rocky Linux 8

Rocky Linux 8 users currently, by default, are only limited to the Firefox Internet Browser. However, many alternatives can be installed. Microsoft Edge is one alternative that has been in development for over a year and has been getting quite a lot of good reviews amongst many Linux distribution communities and maybe an alternative compared […]

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Open Source Security: A Big Problem

Open source security has been a big focus of this week’s Black Hat conference, but no open source security initiative is bolder than the one proffered by the Open Source Security Foundation (OpenSSF). Amid discussions on the security of open source technologies like eBPF and Hadoop, OpenSSF speakers Jennifer Fernick, SVP and head of global […]

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LemonDuck Shows Malware Can Evolve, Putting Linux and Microsoft at Risk

The LemonDuck malware that for the past couple of years has been known for its cryptocurrency mining and botnet capabilities is evolving into a much broader threat, moving into new areas of cyberattacks, targeting both Linux and Microsoft systems, and …

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Say Hi to Microsoft’s Own Linux: CBL-Mariner

Microsoft has its own Linux distribution and, yes, you can download, install, and run it. In fact, you may want to do just that. Learn more about Microsoft’s CBL-Mariner here.
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The Best Microsoft Excel Alternatives for Linux

When it comes to creating and editing spreadsheets, Microsoft Excel is probably the most popular program. However, the Microsoft software is not natively available for Linux and its costs might be an obstacle for many users. Learn more about the best M…

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Microsoft Just Blew Up the Only Reason You Can’t Use a Linux Desktop

For almost 30 years, the number one reason Windows users have given for not running Linux is they couldn’t run their programs on it. Now that Windows 365 Cloud PC is almost here, that excuse has just been blown to bits.
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CBL-Mariner Linux 1.0 Released by Microsoft; Here’s How to Install it

Microsoft has shown much more love for Linux in recent years. Windows Subsystem for Linux is a clear example of this. CBL-Mariner Linux 1.0 is the first stable release of this new distro developed by Microsoft for internal use. Learn how to install it …

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Could Windows 11’s Strict Requirements Benefit Linux?

Windows 11 has a new set of features and a new set of requirements. Devices older than 6 years old can’t run Windows 11. We think it’s a chance for Linux.
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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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Microsoft Demos GUI Linux Apps Running on Windows 10

Ever wanted to run desktop Linux apps on Windows 10? Microsoft’s WSL engineering team are making this strange marriage a reality, as this demo video shows!
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