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How to set up a Linux virtual machine on Windows

Are you looking to virtualize a Linux distribution from the comfort of your Windows installation? Need to get some things done in Linux but don’t want to deal with installing it on actual hardware? You need a Linux virtual machine. Follow along in this guide as we go over how …

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How to disable the touchpad on Linux

Touchpads on laptop computers have gotten pretty good over the years. Still, not everyone likes them, and they can get in the way a lot. If you’re tired of dealing with your touchpad and want to turn it off, we can help. Follow along in this guide as we go …

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How to set up the Fluxbox window manager on Linux

Fluxbox is a window manager for Linux and other Unix-like operating systems. Fluxbox is lightweight, supports multiple desktop workspaces, and a configurable, editable app menu. It’s perfect for those looking for a light, fast alternative to modern Linux desktop environments. In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to get the …

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How to run Foobar2000 on Linux

Foobar2000 is one of the most popular music player apps for Microsoft Windows. The reason Foobar2000 is universally loved is that it is highly customizable, versatile, and has dozens of excellent features that allow users to create their own experience. It’s also very light on hardware usage and doesn’t take …

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How to compress images on Linux fast with ImCompressor

Image files get bigger and bigger these days, and it’s starting to get out of hand. If you’re using Linux, and you’re sick of dealing with large, bloated image files, you may want to compress them. The best way to do that is to use an app called ImCompressor. Install …

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How to upgrade Pop_OS to 19.10

A new version of the Pop_OS Linux operating system has been released. This version is known as 19.10 and is heavily based on Ubuntu 19.10. Primarily, Pop_OS is used by System76 customers. However, it can run on any hardware! In this guide, we’ll show you how to upgrade to the …

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How to set up Arc Menu in Gnome Shell

Arc Menu is a dynamic, beautiful application menu for the Gnome Shell desktop environment. It has a search function, file system shortcuts, and even allows users to add favorite apps for easy access. If you’re sick of using the default application browser for the Gnome Shell desktop, follow along with …

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How to install the App Outlet app store on Linux

Have you ever wished you could install Snap packages, Flatpak apps, and AppImage programs all in one place on Linux? With App Outlet, you can. It’s a beautiful GUI app store that makes getting your favorite Snaps, Flatpaks, and AppImages easier than ever! Here’s how to get it going on …

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How to use the PocketCasts web interface on Linux

PocketCasts is a podcast application on iOS and Android. It’s a well-designed application with tons of features. Perhaps one of the best features that PocketCasts has to offer is its web interface, which syncs with the mobile app, and is accessible from any operating system with a compatible web browser. …

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