Improving Linux Performance: Tips, Tweaks & Troubleshooting Guides For Enhanced Linux Performance

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  • Partitioning Hard Disks in Linux

    In this article we check out how you can partition your hard-disks in Linux. This can be useful information even if you're not going to use Linux on an everyday basis. LiveCDs with GParted can be used for diagnostic/repair and partitioning in...
    By Pranav Thadeshwar June 10, 2009 

  • Linux Rescue Disks That Can be Used to Repair Windows

    Linux rescue disks can do more than just repair a Linux system. They can even repair an ailing Windows system. Let’s take a look at some of the Linux rescue disks you can use to repair a Window system.
    By Finn Orfano May 29, 2009 

  • Schedule Tasks in Ubuntu with KAlarm

    Regular backups and overnight downloads will both benefit from a scheduling system that allows them to run while your computer is unattended.
    By Finn Orfano March 15, 2009 

  • Startup Programs and Preferred Document-Handling Applications in Ubuntu

    Ubuntu has many of the same features as Windows, but sometimes you have to look for them. This article explains how to set startup programs and how to associate a particular application with a particular type of file.
    By Finn Orfano March 15, 2009 

  • Will Windows Software Work on Linux?

    With more and more people seeking an alternative to Windows the question of whether popular applications based on Windows can run on Linux is an important one. While there are ways to pull it off there is no guarantee.
    By Jesma January 26, 2009 

  • ASUS Eee PC Series Netbook (Linux) - Aspire One

    The ASUS Eee PC Aspire One Netbook is a must-have item for computer enthusiasts and early adopters. It's small, light and USB expandable. With Ubuntu Linux pre-installed it's the perfect travel machine.
    By Joli Ballew October 21, 2008 

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