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5 of the Best Linux Writing Tools

  • Linux notes from DarkDuck; By Aimee Laurence (Posted by darkduck on Sep 6, 2019 1:14 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Roundups; Groups: Linux
Writing is not an easy task, and therefore any assistance provided by a useful app can be very much appreciated, and even totally relied upon. The apps included here needed to satisfy only three criteria to make it to this list: they had to be compatible for Linux, they had to be a writing tool but not a word processing app, and they had to be great.

How To Share Files Anonymously And Securely: Linux Alternatives to Google Drive

  • Linux notes from DarkDuck; By Jack (Posted by darkduck on Aug 22, 2019 8:42 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Roundups; Groups: Linux
The ability to share files regardless of the physical distance and almost instantaneously is one of the greatest characteristics of the Internet. With 4.3 billion Internet users at the beginning of 2019, the amount of data transferred over the Web is almost unimaginable.

A Collection Of The Ultimate Web Browsers For Ubuntu

The web browser you pick needs to be right for you. If it doesn't suit your needs, it isn't worth your time, no matter how many cool features it has or colours it comes in. If security is important to you, consider Firefox - if you want something which will work on a less expensive computer, try Min - if you like familiarity and Google, Google Chrome is for you.

Linux productivity: Why it’s needed and the top 10 apps

In this article, we will cover why increasing productivity on your Linux machine is important, along with the Top 10 apps to do so.

10 Reasons To Change Windows For Linux In 2019

Today I decided to look at the situation from a certain angle, and present you ten reasons to change Windows to Linux in 2019.

Linux For A Slow Laptop

There are old laptops in each house that can no longer function fully. Using standard operating systems, for example, Windows or Linux becomes almost impossible. However, you can still use the old laptop effectively.

Addressing Security Issues on Linux Home Computers

Linux is known for being a safe and secure operating system, but it's not impervious to attacks. As Linux gains more market share and becomes an option that large companies choose for their systems, malware creators turn their attention to creating code that can compromise this operating system. People relying on Linux for their home computers should be aware of the best practices that can protect them from malicious applications and other security issues.

9 Best Linux-Based Security Tools

Information security specialists and sysadmins need to be sure their networks are sealed against malicious attacks. This is why the practice of penetration testing is commonly employed, to sniff out security vulnerabilities before malicious hackers. Home Linux users should also be wary about the security of their systems. There are a huge variety of tools for accomplishing this, but some stand out in the industry more than others.

Linux Backup Types Explained and Best Practices

  • Linux notes from DarkDuck; By Poonam Srinivasan (Posted by darkduck on Feb 3, 2019 8:01 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Editorial; Groups: Linux
In today's technical world, the importance of Linux seems to be increasing. And there are innumerable reasons behind this popularity, including stability, box security, rock-solid reliability, and much more. If you are a freshly minted Linux administrator, one of the primary challenges in front of you would be to implement a dependable and reliable backup system, isn't it?

What Makes Linux More Secure Than Windows?

When you browse around old school computing forums, you will find the Linux vs. Windows debate raging in full force. People have been discussing this topic for years, arguing over which of the two systems is better for each kind of user, along which offers the best security. Unfortunately for most, Linux has long provided a better option for those who are more security conscious. How exactly does Linux manage to stay ahead of a company as large as Microsoft, though?

6 Myths That Scare Away New Linux Users

Have you ever wanted to switch to Linux but were to afraid? Here are some of the myths that stopped you and the real truth behind them.

Growing Your Small Business With An Affordable OS

Technology helps your small business grow, and can do quite a few wonders for the time and effort you invested into it. Even if you're working on a minimal budget, there's quite a few option to look into to make sure you've got just as much of a chance as the shop next door to you.

More Than Memory Sticks: Sharing Data Between Systems Without The Internet

In fact, for some, moving data without the help of the internet sounds like witchcraft, especially when there isn't a memory stick involved. To show you just how easy this is, this post will be exploring the three main operating systems, Linux, Mac OS, and Windows, giving you an idea of what to expect from their peer-to-peer data transfer systems.

The best editor for PHP developers who work in Linux OS

Working in Linux? Have no idea how to simplify your life? The given article will shed light on some essential stats regarding PHP browsing through the basic things to brush up and refresh your programming knowledge. It introduces the new code editor, its installation and basic elements.

Learn how to install several VPN protocols on your Linux device

Linux is one of the most used operating systems, and it is highly regarded for its top-notch security and privacy features. However, it is never a bad idea to mix in a VPN with powerful encryption just to add that extra layer of security.

Best Health And Fitness Tools For Linux

As an avid Linux user, I've personally used few tools that have been proved helpful to stay healthy by getting me used to ergonomic habits. Let me name some of the best native Linux apps for fitness.

Top 5 MMORPGs for Linux

  • Linux notes from DarkDuck; By Katie Greene (Posted by darkduck on Jul 12, 2018 6:55 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Roundups; Groups: Games, Linux
If you think Linux is only for servers and people who don't like watching YouTube videos or playing games, you're wrong! Linux is one of the most versatile operating systems in the world and is quickly developing into a beautiful environment where cool games can run natively.

Linux on a 20th century laptop

Starting with a 20th century computer that struggled to run Windows95 - Compaq Armada 4131T. I didn't want to let such a neat little piece of tech go to waste, but in order to make it usable radical changes were needed.

Linux Mistakes Newbies Make

Some of the most common mistakes that newbies make when using Linux desktops for the first time.

Is the lack of video games on Linux still true in 2018?

For years Linux has faced a lot of bad press about the lack of good gaming capabilities. While many hard-core Linux enthusiasts have stuck by their beloved system, the reality is that the gaming options in Linux just haven't kept up with the rest of the gaming world. Could that finally be about to change?

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