Desktop Linux News claims over 50% of it’s readers use Firefox browser on their Linux machines. Obviously, this isn’t a scientific poll, but it does reflect the popularity of Firefox. Read more to find out why Firefox is so popular, and how you can get it for your Linux system.
Wading through the thousands of online learning resources is time consuming and frustrating. Who has time for that? Check our top online educational sites for kids. The best thing? Most of them are free.
Do you have an old, outdated computer that you you’d like to bring back to life? Don’t use an equally old, outdated and unsupported operating system. These supported Linux systems will breathe new life into your old 486 or higher computer.
Malware,or malicious software is everywhere these days. Google Chrome uses search and sandboxing technologies to add more layers to your computer security.Find out what these terms mean, and how they protect your computer.
Have you ever purchased business supplies and then forgotten to enter the amounts into your business ledger? How often have you looked at your business accounts and wondered what was bought with the funds used? Google Calendar and mobile features can help you keep better track of your business funds
With all the available Linux distributions, finding the one that fits your needs can be a challenge. But, with careful attention to several important points, it doesn’t have to be a nightmare.
Phishing is the practice of trying to lure computer users to a fake website for the purpose of getting them to enter private data. Phishing has become a common tactic to steal username, passwords and credit card information. Google Chrome has built in features to help protect you from Phishi