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Can your PC run Linux? Probably. But here's how to find out for sure.
Dead Ubuntu Software Center walking.
The newest version of Kali Linux is built so you can update its penetration testing tools with less hassle.
Ubuntu Linux is miming Windows 10's approach to updating graphics drivers--but keeping it fully optional.
Unlike with Windows or OS X, there are numerous desktop environments available for Linux, sporting wildly different looks and capabilities.
Purism's sleek hardware and declared love for free and open components has won over the Linux world, but reality and the dream may not match.
Driver woes have held Radeon graphics cards back on Linux, but AMD's hoping its forthcoming software can give it an edge.
Windows 10 or Linux Mint? You can have it both ways, but there are a few tricks for doing it right.
Make room, Ubuntu Touch. KDE's Plasma Mobile also has plans to bring Linux to phones.
Installing Linux isn't as easy as it used to be, thanks to the Secure Boot requirements enforced by recent versions of Windows.
Linux has a lot of advantages, but long battery life on a laptop isn’t usually one of them. Here's how to fix that.
Linux is famous for its open-source nature, but sometimes you just need to use proprietary drivers or codecs. Here's how to do so on many of the top Linux distros.
Linux has many hundreds of distros, but the best ones for beginners have more hand-holding and some Windows-like familiarity.
Nvidia's power-saving Optimus technology is available on Linux, but the experience is far from smooth out of the box. Here's how to fix it.
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