How to Enable Snap Applications Support in Linux Mint 20 (If You Really Need to Use Snap)

The newly released Linux Mint 20 doesn’t have Snap support enabled by default. Sooner or later, you may encounter a situation where an application version is only available as Snap package and then you need to enable Snap support. If you go about enabling Snap in Mint 20 like you do in other Linux distributions, […]

Meet RecApp, a New Screen Recording App for Linux Desktop

Brief: RecApp is a simple open-source screen recorder tool. It doesn’t boast of huge features but gives you enough to record your screen with a simple user interface. We have plenty of screen recorders available for Linux. Abhishek prefers to use Kazam while I like using SimpleScreenrecorder. Neither of us use the GNOME’s built-in screen […]

How to Make a Transparent Background in GIMP [Step by Step Guide]

Removing the background is one of the most used graphic design procedures. There could be many reasons why you would want to do that. For example, you don’t like the background, you want to add the image to another background, or you simply want to make the image transparent. When you make the image background […]

Purism’s Ultra-Secure Linux Machine is Now Available in a New Size

Purism is well-known for its privacy and security focused hardware and software while utilizing open-source technologies. Not to forget the latest Purism Librem Mini. After a good success with Librem 15 and 13 series laptops, Purism has unveiled Librem 14. Librem 14 looks like a perfect laptop for an open-source enthusiast who’s concerned about the […]

openSUSE Leap 15.2 Released With Focus on Containers, AI and Encryption

openSUSE Leap 15.2 has finally landed with some useful changes and improvements. Also, considering the exciting announcement of Closing the Leap Gap, the release of openSUSE Leap 15.2 brings us one step closer to SLE (SUSE Linux Enterprise) binaries being integrated to openSUSE Leap 15.3 next. Let’s take a look at what has changed and […]

Ex-Solus Dev is Now Creating a Truly Modern Linux Distribution Called Serpent Linux

Ikey Doherty, the developer who once created the independent Linux distribution Solus has announced his new project: Serpent OS. Serpent OS is a Linux distribution that DOES NOT want to be categorized as “lightweight, user-friendly, privacy-focused Linux desktop distribution”. Instead, Serpent OS has “different goals from the mainstream offering”. How? Read on. Serpent OS: The […]