Tag: Linux

Why Many Linux App Builders Don’t Need Distros to Use Themes

You can combine Linux with the freedom to make your desktop look however you want, but GNOME doesn't. At least not without knowing which extensions to install or how to read code. GNOME is designed to have a certain look and feel by default, and many developers would prefer if Linux distributions didn't change the […]

What’s New in Linux Kernel 5.14: Eight Main Enhancements

The Linux kernel 5.14 was released with a host of new features, including core scheduling and support for the Raspberry Pi 400. We often refer to Linux as the operating system, but in reality it's just the kernel. And the kernel has hit version 5.14, adding to the hardware you can now run with free […]

A Flatpak-Solely Model of Fedora Linux

Fedora Linux is one of the most popular versions of the Linux operating system. This Red Hat-sponsored, community-run Linux distribution takes pride in developing and introducing the software that will eventually find its way into other Linux distributions. Fedora Silverblue packages and uses this software in a different way than the traditional Linux desktop model […]

Can You Get By With a Flatpak-Solely Linux Desktop?

Flatpak is one of the newer package formats for the Linux desktop. This is a unique format that allows you to install software into any Linux distribution, with that software, in theory, only accessing parts of the computer that you allow. Some Linux distributions have already adopted Flatpak on a large scale and are addressing […]

Linux on a Touchscreen Is Higher Than You Suppose

One of the greatest advantages of Linux is the ability to revive older computers. One downside to this is that you don't necessarily know what you're getting before you dive in. You can read something online, but you can't go to a store and see how a PC works for yourself. This is a particular […]

Set up and Use Jitsi Meet on Linux

More of us are now working remotely than ever before. Additionally, many of us have attended everything from online book discussions to digital concerts and parties. All of this often happens via Zoom, a proprietary app that can be problematic for some Linux users. But you do not have to rely on this one service. […]

The Eight Finest Productiveness Apps for Linux

The computer has become the focus of our working life. If you are adopting Linux as your digital workspace, there's a good chance you're using the GNOME desktop interface. A number of handy apps have emerged in the past few years to help you be more productive with any professional or creative task that you […]

Methods to Simply Discover Apps for Linux

Finding apps for Linux is easy and complicated at the same time. For decades now, all you have to do is open a package manager or app store and enter the name of the program you're looking for. Complete. Simple. But as a new user of Linux, there's a good chance you don't really know […]

Which Linux Desktop Ought to You Use? KDE vs. GNOME

One of the first things you learn about Linux is that what you see on your screen doesn't always match what you see on someone else's. The user interface, the way you interact with your PC, is often completely different, even though you're both using the same operating system. Windows and macOS both have a […]