Movies, music, and Internet telephony are easy to use in Ubuntu. You just have to load the right software packages onto the computer. We present some favorite multimedia apps.
The shell may look like an old-fashioned bit of technology, only useful for the Linux hardcore programmers and system administrators, but knowing a few commands and how to link them together goes long way.
From simple queries to complex menus: Using dialog, you can create a graphical interface for shell scripts with only a few extra lines of code.
With NetworkManager, you can access the Internet during the Ubuntu installation process. The first step is to download updates to make your system more secure.
Many programs communicate over the network, and when a bottleneck occurs, these tools can help you determine the cause.
Some Linux followers see systemd as the best thing since sliced bread – for others, it's the work of the devil. However, it also has the stuff to clear out old trenches and form a unified base for Linux.
Does the ingenious script your wrote last month look like confusing spaghetti code today? We show some proven style guidelines that can provide order and readability.
QupZilla is a new Linux web browser that enters in an already crowded arena. But, QupZilla holds its own when it comes to speed and ergonomics.
Anyone doing off-road navigation needs special maps. You can create these maps in no time at all.
Nitro is an application with a modern design created for managing task lists. This free program even synchronizes with different systems.