We’re four months into 2021 and a lot of major Linux distribution updates are right around the corner after constant development over the past few months. These updates are expected to bring an assortment of new features, performance improvements, and better hardware support alongside the latest Linux kernel. Here are some of the most exciting Linux
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Linux Mint and Ubuntu are both known as two of the most newbie-friendly distros around. Ubuntu is the most popular — so much so that Linux Mint is based on it. But there are real differences between the two. Which one is right for you? Background Ubuntu began in 2004 when millionaire Mark Shuttleworth founded Canonical.
Like Windows and Mac OS X, Linux offers a wealth of options for anyone wanting to tweak their operating system. But the nature of the open source world means that you can also create your own distro, burn it to disc and install it. These four tools will get you started. Tweaking Linux the Easy
The GNOME desktop is one of the most complete and accessible desktop environments in the Linux ecosystem. It’s the default experience in popular distributions like Fedora and Debian, and it’s one of the primary options available in most others. Regardless of which distribution you choose, when you fire up a GNOME desktop, the default applications