Get the most out of earth’s best open-source operating system. We’ll highlight the best Linux distros, software and games, and share tips useful for anyone switching from Windows or OS X.
Curl is one of the most useful commands in Linux. Here's everything you need to know about curl, including a brief guide on how to use it.
Fedora Silverblue is a Flatpak-only Linux distro aimed at providing a stable and hassle-free Linux experience to its users.
If your computer is all packed up with duplicate files and folders, check out these five Linux utilities to free up some space.
Linux ships with several apps specially developed for differently-abled people. But what makes it better than other OSes in terms of accessibility?
It is perhaps the most secure notebook you can buy, but what is a Librem laptop, and how secure and private is it anyway?
GNOME 41 has been released with several new functionalities, including improvements in apps, design changes, and whatnot.
Tired of manually deleting duplicate files on your system? Check out fdupes, a command-line tool that automatically detects duplicate files on Linux.
Want to try out Microsoft's new Linux distro CBL-Mariner? Luckily, you can easily install it on your system using VirtualBox.
Thinking about installing Linux on Windows with Windows Subsystem for Linux? The choice is limited, but you'll find these Linux distros run with WSL.
Accessible-Coconut is a community-driven Linux distro aimed at providing a great Linux experience to blind and low-vision people.
Can't find a way to run Adobe software on Linux? Don't worry. You can install these eight open-source alternatives to Adobe products on your system.