Meet eDEX-UI, A Sci-Fi Inspired Linux Terminal Emulator With Some Cool Features

Brief: eDEX-UI is a cool sci-fi inspired terminal emulator that looks cool with a bunch of options like system monitoring. Here, we take a quick look at what it offers. You probably already know plenty of fun Linux commands. You know what else can be fun when it comes to Linux command line? The terminal […]

Give Your GNOME Desktop a Tiling Makeover With Material Shell GNOME Extension

There is something about tiling windows that attracts many people. Perhaps it looks good or perhaps it is time-saving if you are a fan of keyboard shortcuts in Linux. Or maybe it’s the challenge of using the uncommon tiling windows. Tiling Windows in Linux | Image Source From i3 to Sway, there are so many […]

Linux Jargon Buster: What is a Rolling Release Distribution?

After understanding what is Linux, what is a Linux distribution, when you start using Linux, you might come across the term ‘rolling release’ in Linux forum discussions. In this Linux jargon buster, you’ll learn about rolling release model of Linux distributions. What is a rolling release distribution? In software development, rolling release is a model […]

Deepin 20 Review: The Gorgeous Linux Distro Becomes Even More Beautiful (and Featureful)

Deepin is one of the most beautiful Linux distributions based on the stable branch of Debian and with the latest release of version 20, it’s better than ever before. There are a bunch of changes and visual improvements that makes it a wonderful Linux distribution. In this article, I’m going to take a look at […]

Open Usage Commons: Google’s Initiative to Manage Trademark for Open Source Projects Runs into Controversy

Back in July, Google announced a new organization named Open Usage Commons. The aim of the organization is to help “projects protect their project identity through programs such as trademark management and usage guidelines”. Google believes that “creating a neutral, independent ownership for these trademarks gives contributors and consumers peace of mind regarding their use […]

GNOME 3.38 is Here With Customizable App Grid, Performance Improvements and Tons of Other Changes

GNOME 3.36 brought some much-needed improvements along with a major performance boost. Now, after 6 months, we’re finally here with GNOME 3.38 with a big set of changes. GNOME 3.38 Key Features Here are the main highlight of GNOME 3.38 codenamed Orbis: Subscribe to our YouTube channel for more Linux videos Customizable App Menu The […]

KeePassXC is An Amazing Community Driven Open Source Password Manager [Not Cloud Based]

Brief: KeePassXC is a useful open-source cross-platform password manager that doesn’t compromise on features even if it’s not a cloud-based tool. Here, we take a quick look at it. KeePassXC: A Cross-Platform Open Source Password Manager KeePassXC is a community fork of KeePassX which aims to be a cross-platform port for KeePass Password Safe (available […]

Linux Jargon Buster: What is a Long Term Support (LTS) Release? What is Ubuntu LTS?

In Linux world, specially when it comes to Ubuntu, you’ll come across the term LTS (long term support). If you’re an experienced Linux user, you probably know the various aspects of a Linux distribution like an LTS release. But, new users or less tech-savvy users may not know about it. In this chapter of Linux […]