Write Multiple Linux Images Onto a Thumbdrive With Multisystem

USB creator tools are the essential when it comes to experiencing varying distributions in a live system without the stress of burning an image onto a compact disc. Previously we covered the three best GUI-enabled tools for your Linux PC but then, none of those applications had the functionality of writing multiple images onto a

viDrop – A Simple and Straightforward Video Converter for Linux

Have you ever had the need to do a quick video conversion without launching a full-blown video editing app? trust me, I’ve been there, time and again and it’s rather burdensome to go through the process of using an obviously more complex tool to do a really simple job. viDrop is a neat little tool

Velt OS is an Arch-Based Distro That Adheres to Google’s Material Design

Google’s Material design language has been the inspiration for more than a few projects out there and the ideology behind the design is nothing short of awesome and it’s matured greatly over the years from the Lollipop era. Material design continues to be featured in Google’s Mobile operating system which is Android and its Chrome

Updated: Bq Aquaris M10 Tablet Unboxed and Reviewed – Videos Included

Updated with more reviews in English Ubuntu’s Convergence and its capabilities certainly took us by surprise when Canonical showcased it at MWC 2016; the Bq M10 is by all means the first official device to tout this convergence in all it’s glory which utmostly, is an exciting advancement for Linux enthusiasts all over the world.

Ubuntu 16.10 Yakkety Yak Release Schedule Revealed

We were only starting to relieve ourselves of Xenial Xerus’s release but Canonical doesn’t want to get off the press just yet as Mark Shuttleworth announced the codename for the Ubuntu 16.10 operating system (the same day) scheduled for launch in the later part of the year – specifically October 20, 2016. Ubuntu 16.10 is

Ubuntu 16.04 – My Experience so Far and Customization

Every single time I come back to Ubuntu, the first thing that usually comes to my mind is changing the looks of the whole thing. I’m sure by now you know how boring the stock interface of Ubuntu’s Unity 7 is….makes me wanna cry. While I earnestly anticipated the release of Unity 8 with Xenial

Top 5 Programming Languages For Developing Linux Desktop Applications

Linux is fast becoming popular, especially with the declining use of Windows, (I stand to be corrected if that is not true) and to promote Linux and fight towards achieving the desired use of Linux on desktop, Linux programmers and software developers are putting in more effort and hard work in developing desktop applications that

Signal Private Messenger is a Secure IM Alternative to Telegram

Instant messaging has become the standard means of communication in our world today. Whatsapp is leading — reaching over a billion active users as of February 2016, while WeChat, Telegram, and Messenger are following closely behind with millions of users around the world. Telegram boasts of an encryption standard (MTProto protocol) that is highly secure and just