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  • Things To Do After Installing Fedora 37

    Things To Do After Installing Fedora 37

    Fedora releases a new version in approximately every 6 months. Each now version is supported with updates for 13 months in total. The distribution is a good place to get the latest stable software and technologies consistently. 15 Things to do After Installing Fedora 37 The latest stable version is currently Fedora 37, you can […]

  • Upscayl is an Open Source Linux AI Image Upscaler

    Upscayl is an Open Source Linux AI Image Upscaler

    AI tools have exploded in our times. Repetitive tasks that used to take countless hours before and a lot of people to finish, now take few minutes to complete. Thanks to the advancement in artificial intelligence and the related fields. Today we are introducing a nice tool for Linux users, called Upscayl. It is an […]

  • Ubuntu 22.10 Review: Very Modern But Nothing’s Perfect

    Ubuntu 22.10 Review: Very Modern But Nothing’s Perfect

    Ubuntu 22.10 Review Available Software Creativity & Inventing Daily Use Purposes Stability & Bugs Customizability 3.9 Summary With GNOME 43 and PipeWire, you will be using the most modern software technologies that are there for Linux along with the most updated Ubuntu version. The Firefox Snap is now usable, making it a better release then […]

  • How to Install WebApps on Linux

    How to Install WebApps on Linux

    WebApps are a special type of applications. They are not fully-fledged programs on the desktop like your image editor or multimedia player, but instead, they are just websites contained in a window. Many websites like WhatsApp, Messenger or Office 365 are usually opened by users all the day. They want to access them quickly at […]

  • Linux Mint 21 Review: A Considerable Upgrade

    Linux Mint 21 Review: A Considerable Upgrade

    Linux Mint 21 Summary The Linux Mint 21 distribution contains considerable improvements, and it should definitely be recommended over a plain Ubuntu 22.04 LTS installation. It will remain supported with updates until 2027, which is a good support period for any desktop user. Still, compared to previous releases, not much was added in this release. […]

  • Czkawka is Your Swiss Knife For Cleaning Files on Linux

    Czkawka is Your Swiss Knife For Cleaning Files on Linux

    After using your Linux system for a couple of months or years, you will find that a lot of dust will start building up on different parts of your OS. This is especially true regarding your own data and files. You will have many duplicate files, large files that you no longer use or need, […]

  • Watch The World as it Collapses From Your Linux Desktop

    Watch The World as it Collapses From Your Linux Desktop

    We are happy to introduce our first in-house developed program to the world: FOSS Post Collapse Monitor. There are many indicators for a possible collapse in human civilization, motivated by climate change and other elements. Many people started carefully monitoring these elements in order remain alerted as much as possible, and make sure they are prepared […]

  • Be Wary Of “Fake” Open Source Software

    Be Wary Of “Fake” Open Source Software

    Open source software have become more important today than in the past. The benefits brought by using open source software for governments, organizations and commercial businesses can not be emphasized enough. This is why you’ll probably see an open source software running in every corner of the modern IT infrastructure. This, however, made the term […]

  • Easily Get 3rd-Party Software on Ubuntu With Deb-Get

    Easily Get 3rd-Party Software on Ubuntu With Deb-Get

    Sometimes you may want to install software applications which are not in the the official package repositories of your Ubuntu installation. And if you want to install these software, then you have to: Head to their official website. Add their repository to your system manually (If they provide one). If they don’t provide a Deb […]