The popular GNOME Linux desktop environment just received an ultra-slick makeover.
Secure Boot could lock down Windows 10 PCs to Microsoft operating systems alone. Or not. Chris Hoffman digs in.
Even the most die hard Linux lovers have to run a Windows program every now and again. Here's how to do so.
Backed by Google and created with software from some of the nation's top universities, Sirius can even identify objects in pictures to respond to your questions about it.
Any game that's available for SteamOS works on other Linux distros too, and the focus on Steam Machines has been a boon for Linux gamers.
Ubuntu Linux's Upstart has been upstaged by systemd.
Just as Windows 10 is finally adding virtual desktops, many Linux environments are hiding workspaces by default. Here's everything you need to know to start using one of Linux's best features.
The GNOME 2-based Ubuntu MATE is now 'officially official.'
Sick of seeing shopping results for the movie "The Terminator Theme" when you search Ubuntu for "Terminal"? Here's how to disable those annoying online search results.
The latest Ubuntu Long Term Support update plays nice with new hardware.
More than a mere dream, the GNOME-affiliated Sandboxed Applications project is making sandboxed, distro-agnostic software a reality.
Preloaded software bogs down your hard drive, your start menu, and worse. We're looking at you, Superfish. Clean it out with these handy tools and tricks.
The native image editor built into Chromebooks is hidden and weak, but Chrome OS doesn't support the powerful desktop image editing software available for Windows. Don't fear! These free tools can help you tweak your pictures.
The UEFI firmware that boots up your PC is a closed, proprietary blob of code—and you can't change it out even if you wanted to. Here's why.
One of Linux's strengths is the ease with which you can roll your own distro to scratch a niche itch. But sometimes those distributions fade away, as highlighted by CrunchBang's recent death.
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