This review will be a bit unconventional, probably because Arch Linux itself is a bit unconventional. Rather than having continued, numbered releases like most distros, Arch Linux follows the rolling-release model, meaning that you install Arch once and it updates forever (or at least, until you break something). There is no “Arch Linux 16.04 LTS”, there is simply Arch Linux. The philosophy of Arch, known as The Arch Way, focuses on simplicity and user centrality, rather than user friendliness.
One of the most difficult tasks for Linux newbies is to install Arch Linux. Unlike most of other Linux distributions, Arch Linux does not have graphical installer. It's completely CLI. Users have always been interested to use Arch based distros and luckily there are many. Antergos Linux is one the best, beautiful and sleek Arch based distros available.
Manjaro Linux is based on Arch Linux and one of the easiest Linux distributions available. Manjaro Linux provides the distro in most major flavors including, XFCE, KDE, Gnome, LXDE, MATE, Cinnamon and more. The team has recently released its stable release Manjaro 16.06 with all the packages updated to their latest versions.
Manjaro Linux is an open source Linux distribution based on Arch Linux. It's light, fast and stable Linux distro and available in most desktop environment including, XFCE, KDE, MATE and Gnome. Recently Manjaro team released Manjaro LXQt 16.3 with Kernel 4.4.4(LTS) and couple of new features & improvements. LXQt 16.3 version aims to provide simple yet powerful OS.
Netrunner is a Linux distribution that comes into two versions - Main version and Rolling release. Main version is based on Kubuntu and the Rolling release is based on Manjaro Linux. The new Netrunner 2015.09 has been released with a completely different look - KDE4 has been transformed to Plasma 5.2 desktop. Let's look at the complete changes in the Netrunner 2015.09 release.
Are you worried for the information that you're sharing with the Agencies like, National Security Agency (NSA) and more? You want privacy and security! Here it comes Tor Browser that will fit into your needs. Tor is free, open network browser based on Mozilla Firefox that serves the purpose of being anonymous and secure.
Popular messaging service WhatsApp over 700 million monthly active users has now launched a new services called WhatsApp web. "Today, for the first time, millions of you will have the ability to use WhatsApp on your web browser", Jan Koun, founder of WhatsApp posted on facebook. Let's see how to use this on our PC or Chromebook.
This article is not one of the series articles on the basics of Linux. In this guide, we will go over some of the basic concepts involved in cloud hosting, including how virtualization works, the components in a virtual environment, and comparisons with other common hosting methods.
This article teaches Linux basics to get new users on their feet, covers getting started with the terminal, the Linux command line, and executing commands. If you are new to Linux, you will want to familiarize yourself with the terminal, as it is the standard way to interact with a Linux server. Using the command line may seem like a daunting task but it is actually very easy if you start with the basics, and build your skills from there.
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