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  • Interesting Linux Distributions To Enlighten Your 3rd Quarantine

    Interesting Linux Distributions To Enlighten Your 3rd Quarantine

    The 3rd wave of Coronavirus is here, and hence many countries around the world are starting to impose new lockdowns in order to limit the spread of the virus. So what to do in this long time of quarantine? A Linux user answer to that question would be simply trying a bunch of interesting Linux […]

  • Why Companies Can Benefit From Open Source

    Why Companies Can Benefit From Open Source

    Many people think that open source software are just beneficial for end-users, and that there isn’t any much benefit for corporations or enterprises in using them. But that is absolutely not right. In fact, companies can be one of the most benefiting entities from open source, due to many reasons and factors which we’ll be […]

  • How Many Users Can Open Source Zoom Alternatives Handle?

    How Many Users Can Open Source Zoom Alternatives Handle?

    Zoom has been a boom since Coronavirus started, it seemed to be one of the very few software in the world capable of handling the planet’s digital transfer of most face-to-face communication since people were forced to stay in their homes during the quarantine. Governments, schools, universities, hospitals, companies, enterprises… All of them went to […]

  • Never Go For AMD Gaming on Linux Without CoreCtrl

    Never Go For AMD Gaming on Linux Without CoreCtrl

    AMD is starting to become the mainstream option for gamers nowadays with their CPUs & GPUs, allowing on-budget gamers to enjoy great performance for mostly half the price of the other vendors in the market like Intel and NVIDIA. Sadly AMD does not provide its AMD Radeon software for Linux (The controlling program responsible of […]

  • Kick Google Play Outside Your Smartphone With AuroraStore

    Kick Google Play Outside Your Smartphone With AuroraStore

    More than 90% of all smartphones around the world are powered by android, which comes with the Google Play store by default for downloading various apps and programs. While Google Play is great and all, it is still a proprietary software, and requires a Google account with an active login to use it. Moreover, all […]

  • EndeavourOS is a Wholesome Arch-Based Distribution

    EndeavourOS is a Wholesome Arch-Based Distribution

    EndeavourOS 2020.09.20 Available software Creativity & Inventing Daily Use Purposes Stability & Bugs Customizability 4.3 Summary Combining the features of easy install, multiple-desktops support, additional drivers support and good default eyecandy make EndeavourOS one of the best Arch-based distributions to try for beginner users who would like to start their journey in the Arch Linux […]

  • Perhaps Mozilla Should Unfck Itself Before “Unfcking The Internet”

    Perhaps Mozilla Should Unfck Itself Before “Unfcking The Internet”

    The recent layoffs in August of more than 250 Mozilla employees, a quarter of its workforce, left the company shaking and the community worried about the future of the Firefox maker. The entire Servo team (A new browser engine in development since 2012), many developers working on MDN (Mozilla’s web development documentation portal) beside people […]

  • 7 Best Open Source CAD Programs & AutoCAD Alternatives

    7 Best Open Source CAD Programs & AutoCAD Alternatives

    Looking for an open source CAD program or AutoCAD alternative? You would be surprised that the market is so full of them in fact. The open source ecosystem is quite large and reaches many aspects of the modern daily life. From engineering to science and medical sectors… Open source is no longer just Linux and […]

  • Encrypt Cloud Storage With Open Source Cryptomator

    Encrypt Cloud Storage With Open Source Cryptomator

    Most users are probably using one of the famous cloud storage services such as Google Drive and Dropbox to store their files & data and sync it between devices. But did you know that you could also encrypt your cloud stroage folders for more security? Encrypting your files and folders is a good idea because: […]