Home / Exciting tips / Linux (page 3)

Linux

How to read emails offline on Linux

Do you want to read your emails offline on Linux? Not sure how to download emails to your PC? We can help! Follow along with this guide and learn how to read emails offline on Linux! Note: for this guide to work, you will need an email account that supports …

Read More »

How to fix a frozen Ubuntu session

Are you having issues with your Ubuntu session freezing while you use it? Can you still type on the keyboard and use your mouse, but nothing is responsive? If so, we can help! Follow along with this guide as we show you how to fix a frozen Ubuntu session! Resetting …

Read More »

How to set up NordPass password manager on Linux

NordPass is a new password management system from the people behind NordVPN. It’s incredibly easy to use and makes it so that you can manage and store your passwords in a secure vault. In this guide, we’ll go over how to set up the NordPass app, how to set up …

Read More »

How to back up Firefox Snap settings on Linux

If you are a Snap Firefox user, you might notice that your profile information isn’t in the usual place. Why is this? The Snap release of Firefox does not interact with the folder that Mozilla Firefox usually creates on Linux to manage profiles. The reason for this is that Snaps …

Read More »

How to back up your Dropbox settings on Linux

Are you sick of having to log into Dropbox on every single Linux PC you set up sync on? Want just to restore a backup and get going? Follow along with our guide on to back up your Dropbox settings on Linux to learn how to do just that! Backing …

Read More »

How to play Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice on Linux

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is an action game developed by FromSoftware and published by Activision. The game takes place during the Japanese Sengoku period and puts the player in control of a Ninja vying for revenge against a Samurai clan that wronged him. Sekiro is available for Xbox One, PlayStation …

Read More »

How to play Age of Empires II (2013) on Linux

Age of Empires II (2013) is an HD re-release of the beloved strategy game Age of Empires by Hidden Path Entertainment and Microsoft Studios. It is a real-time strategy game in which users play as various historical empires and battle to win. Upon release, Age of Empires II (2013) was …

Read More »

How to install the Plane icon theme on Linux

Plane is a simple, beautiful icon theme for Linux. It uses a flat-like design, and all of the icons are very clean and easy to see. If you’re looking for a clean, flat set of icons for your Linux PC, follow along with this guide to get Plane working on …

Read More »

How to set up the WebStorm JavaScript IDE on Linux

Webstorm is an IDE for Javascript, CSS, and HTML. It has many useful features such as code completion, code analysis that gives you feedback, and much more. In this guide, we will show you how to install Webstorm on Linux. Note: Webstorm is not a free program. It comes with …

Read More »

How to set up the IntelliJ IDEA IDE on Linux

IntelliJ IDEA is an IDE for developing software. It supports many different languages, integrates version controls, supports many different frameworks, and more. It is created by JetBrains and comes with both a community and a paid edition. In this guide, we’ll show you how to get the free community release …

Read More »