Ubuntu will no longer support 32-bit ISO images going forward, starting from the Ubuntu 17.10 release. Computers long ago now mainly had 2-bit processors and they were replaced with 64-bit processors. All computers you buy nowadays, including your laptops should be fitted with a 64-bit processor. Even the original Surface Pro came with one. 64-bit […]
If it’s a truly open source computer and desktop operating system that you want, you cannot look past Linux. Linux can be a bit confusing to the non-nerd-type of a person because it comes in a bunch of different “distributions” and thus you can’t just install an operating system called “Linux” like you could with macOS or even Windows. But because Linux and its distributions are all open source, they are heavily customizable, and that’s why the geeks love Linux.
If you chose to become an expert in the Linux operating system, you won’t have as many jobs available as you would have if you went down the path of becoming a Windows expert, but the jobs that are available will pay better. Simply put, there are far fewer Linux experts in the world than its competitors like Windows, and it takes a lot of knowledge to become one—hence the good pay available to be one.
Many businesses opt to use Linux over Windows because Linux operating systems are known as being very secure. Linux is also very popular to use for web servers to host websites like ours because they are cheaper yet very reliable.
If you have been a long time Linux user, you are likely to have a vast knowledge of terminal commands, and you wish to see the same in all the gadgets you ever use. If you happen to have an Android device, then you can add a Linux like terminal on your device. That way, […]
Linux is a Unix-like operating system that is open source software—which makes Linux free for everyone to download and install. The freedoms of the Linux kernel don’t stop there either; you will continue to use the operating system on your computer for free without needing to make a payment for anything to do with the […]
The fear of judgment can be crippling enough to make you not want to do anything at all. The last thing you want to do as a writer is live in fear of other people’s judgment. If you manage to get a few compliments from people who write at a level that you don’t yet […]
YouTube is one of those once in a generation type ideas that was noticed by one of the largest technology companies in Silicon Valley. That company I’m talking about is Google, and they decided to acquire YouTube for a large sum of money. The story of the sale was blogged on by TechCrunch and it […]
If you wanted us to recommend a media server for you to use, we would probably tell you Plex is where to start. The Plex media server is really popular for all major operating systems, including Linux, Windows and even Max OS X. With Plex users can host new movies, songs, images and even TV […]
If you have hung around a web skeptic of late, you might have heard some conversations about people not wanting to ever store data in the cloud. Sadly we have been subject to some cloud hacks over its first few years after being introduced, but it would be wise to show some faith in the cloud […]
ADB stands for Android Debug Bridge that makes the communication between your Android device and your computer possible. ADB has variations for various operating systems and it is available for all three major OSes namely Windows, Mac, and Linux. While we have already covered the installation procedure for ADB on Windows and Mac, this tutorial […]
If you are using an iPhone or iPad and want to try out some traditional computer operating systems, you can now do that with Windows XP and Linux. The earlier hack of a third-party developer learning how to install Windows 95 or 98 wasn’t as successful as that developer probably had hoped, but Windows XP […]
The Flashtool is Sony’s own accessory for manually flashing firmware files on the Xperia smartphone and tablet range. The only catch is you must have an unlocked boot loader or else you cannot use the tool. The same is handy for people into customizing the device and flashing a custom ROM or custom firmware. You […]
Gr8nole is a recognized contributor to XDA and I’ve watched a lot of his work over the years. It’s all good stuff and today he’s dished out a recovery and root kernel that’s quick and easy to install for the Galaxy Tab 3 Lite 7.0. The device is a low-end tablet and that makes it […]
If you are a music lover — like so many of us are — and own a Ubuntu smartphone you are probably wondering what kind of music streams and services there are available for you. Well, I’m pleased to tell you of one in particular — which is also my favorite — that you can […]
DNS caches are entries that copy the internet domain names over to the IP addresses. A domain name system (DNS) has to cache on the web servers and also the client servers. Sometimes these caches can become cluttered and corrupted. If you think your computer may need a DNS cache clean, then you can perform […]
Here is our collection of what we think are some of the best Ubuntu wallpapers out there today, most of which, come to you in HD. If you are after some good looking Ubuntu wallpapers, look no further. If you didn’t find what you were looking for be sure to check back later as we […]
It’s no secret Ubuntu is coming. Coming for mobile phones to tackle the giants like Apple, Android and Windows Phone. But it has also just become the national operating system of China. Things are really looking up for the world’s favorite open source software, Ubuntu. If you use Ubuntu, it is a good idea to […]