Dual booting Ubuntu and Windows will provide you the best of both worlds without having to virtualise either of them. This means you get the full to use the full potential of both operating systems without any compromise.
Hey folks! Here is the new year of 2017. As a new year comes we all are excited to know what is new in the world of Linux. Whether you are a newbie or a regular user we want to know which are the best and awesome distro for this year to have a new experience. So Here am I who is gonna help you to see and choose the best Linux distro to try in 2017.
So the browser wars continue. What is the best browser available for your Linux desktop? Mozilla Firefox continues to be the default web browser for the most Linux distros but you could always choose Google Chrome which is the most popular browser around. Notwithstanding these, there are a couple of other web browsers which continue to make a point why you should choose them. One of these browsers is Vivaldi. Vivaldi 1.6 version was released not long ago with quite a handful of features and improvements. Let's take a look at how this browser continues to warm its way into my heart.
Google Drive is one of the most popular services to store your files in the cloud. You can access to your Google Drive account through a web browser or using a client. This time I’m going to talk about one Google Drive client but without graphical interface, in this tutorial you’re going to know how to use a client through the command line interface to access, download and upload to your google drive.
Conky is a free system monitor tool for the X window system on Linux. It is able to monitor many system variables including CPU status, swap space, temperatures, disk storage, processes, network interfaces, battery status and a host of others and then display the information on your desktop. It can also display other things like time, calendars weather and the like. All these are available via themes with which Conky works.
Linux is one of the most popular operating systems used for many companies, in this article you are going to find 10 companies that use Linux.
Wireshark is a free and open-source packet analyzer. It is used for network troubleshooting, analysis, software and communications protocol development. It lets you see what’s happening on your network at a microscopic level and is the de facto (and often de jure) standard across many commercial and non-profit enterprises, government agencies, and educational institutions. Wireshark is a cross-platform tool that runs on Linux, Microsoft Windows, MacOS, BSD, Solaris, and other Unix-like operating systems.