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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?

Top 7 Photo Editing Software programs for Linux

  • Linux notes from DarkDuck (Posted by darkduck on Mar 2, 2018 9:43 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Roundups; Groups: Linux
Photo editing software allows you to alter the parameters of a photo such as white balance, saturation and exposure. Furthermore, you can remove impurities and crop the photo or even alter its horizontal and vertical alignment. In short, you can change a quality photo into something awe-inspiring. To help in your quest for photographic perfection, we have created a list of 7 top photo editing programs for Linux devices.

Amazing Facts about Linux Operating System You Probably Don't Know

It was almost 20 years ago when the first version of Linux came into the market and since then, this operating system has made its important stature beside Microsoft Windows. Linux has turned out to be one of the most acknowledged and extensively used operating system.

Pros and cons of Linux

Windows today beats almost all the markets thanks to its simplicity and large number of programs and games in a free access. We are used to Windows since there are no compatible systems like Windows. However, it is not true. Unfortunately, most people are creatures of habit that's why it will take years for the Linux to take its place among the users.

Linux Mint 18.3 Cinnamon - quick screenshot tour

The Linux Mint team continues to release fresh versions of their operating system approximately every 6 month, following the updates in Ubuntu LTS versions. You could read the quick screenshot overview of Linux Mint 18.2 Cinnamon back in July 2017. It is now turn of Linux Mint 18.3 Cinnamon. Let's have a whistle-stop tour through it.

What is the best blog article in 2017?

Year 2017 is about to end. There were many nice and not so nice moments this year for all of us. There were many nice and not so nice articles this year. Let's review them and decide which one you like more.

Excellent Business Software Alternatives For Linux

Lots of entrepreneurs worry they won't have access to some of the essential software packages if they make a move to Linux. However, as you will discover throughout this post, there are plenty of similar tools that will cover all the bases.

Fedora 27 GNOME: Quick Screenshot Tour

Fedora 27 has been released on the 14th of November 2017. Let's have a quick whistlestop tour through the GNOME version of this operating system.

Antergos 17.11 – the Antagonist

Antergos is an operating system that has Arch as its predecessor. This is a rolling release distribution, which means that updates come directly to the OS.

The Best PCB Design Software For Linux

  • Linux notes from DarkDuck; By DarkDuck (Posted by darkduck on Nov 9, 2017 9:22 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Reviews; Groups: Linux
PCB design software is a piece of open source CAD software for use in a number of different engineering industries. PCB design software benefits manufacturing and engineering companies so much because you can run thorough tests on products without having to make a prototype first.

Ubuntu 17.10 - unhappy remarriage

Ubuntu 17.10 is a new operating system not just because it was released very recently, in October 2017. It is also the first operating system from Canonical since it reverted from Unity to the GNOME desktop environment as default. It was GNOME 2 in use at the divorce time, and now it is GNOME 3 after the re-marriage.

Ubuntu 17.10 quick screenshot tour

Ubuntu 17.10 is the newest version of this world famous Linux distribution, and this one is especially interesting because Canonical decided to dump its controversial Unity baby and use GNOME desktop environment instead. It means that there are no longer separate Ubuntu and Ubuntu GNOME distributions. They are now the same. Linux notes from DarkDuck has reviewed the Ubuntu GNOME 17.04 not that long ago. Let's now have a quick whistle stop tour on Ubuntu 17.10 with GNOME desktop environment.

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