If you write web content either as a blogger or otherwise, you know how important it is to have a quick screenshot application on hand. Take a look at the best screenshot applications for GNOME, the popular desktop environment used by Ubuntu and other GNU/Linux distributions.
You just installed your fresh Linux desktop, now you want some Linux wallpaper. In this article I reveal my sources for Linux eye candy.
You don’t need to skip the Linux box and perform a separate backup - Backup Exec has a Linux agent!
These days our on-line lives have become quite busy. We visit a lot of websites, most of which need a password login to get to the good stuff. How do you remember all of the passwords? By using password managers. In this article are the options I have found for Linux.
It’s been a year since Tolga Balci reviewed FBReader for Linux, more specifically Ubuntu. I thought I would take another look at the options now available to read e-books on a Linux computer. In this article you will find my conclusions.
While it is not possible to use logmein with Ubuntu, I will share with you a variety of ways which you can get the same functionality.
There are a variety of window managers for Linux, from the full-featured GNOME and KDE desktop environments down to stripped down, more lightweight window managers like IceWM. Unlike Windows and OS X, Linux supports a wide variety of possible desktop environments.
The Internet is full of free wallpaper sites. This sometimes makes it hard to find the best Linux wallpaper. I’ve done the legwork for you. Freshen up your Linux desktop with these great wallpaper!
One of the greatest things about Linux is that you can customize almost any aspect of it – from the applications you use, to the menu items in the Linux menu. For instance, if you are using KDE and want to customize the menu in KDE, here is how to do it.
The two biggest players in the game are Gnome and KDE, but there are also many smaller GUIs, like Enlightenment that have just as much to offer