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How to edit program shortcuts in KDE Plasma 5

Is there an app icon on your KDE Linux desktop that doesn’t look right? Are you looking to edit it to make a change? Follow this guide to learn to how edit program shortcuts in KDE Plasma 5. Method 1: KDE menu editor If you’re on KDE Plasma 5 and …

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How to set up Cairo dock on the Linux desktop

Cairo Dock is a full-featured dock system for Linux. It has many more features than that of Plank and is an excellent choice for those looking for a sleek, fancy Mac-like dock experience on their Linux desktop. In this guide, we’ll go over how to install and set up Cairo Dock …

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How to play The Sims 3 on Linux

The Sims 3 is the third entry into Electronic Art’s life simulation video game for PC. In the game, the player is tasked with managing a virtual house, filled with various house-members they’ve created. The game came out in November 2006 and is one of the best games in the …

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How to install the Candy icon theme in Linux

Candy is an elegant, gradient style theme for the Linux desktop. It is colorful, and unique, and is unlike any other icon theme on the Linux platform. If you’re looking for a great new set of icons for your desktop and are sick of the popular themes, take a chance …

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How to set up the Apple Swift language on Linux

Apple’s Swift programming language works on Ubuntu Linux, and the language is open source. If you’re a developer looking to set up the Apple Swift language on Linux, follow along with this guide, and you’ll be ready to start writing programs in no time! Ubuntu Linux setup Apple’s Swift programming …

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How to install Blender on Linux

Blender is the leading, free 3D modeling tool on Linux. It’s highly advanced and can be used for everything from video game development, films, as well as basic animation projects. The Blender application is an open-source project, so it enjoys widespread support on all modern Linux distributions, like Ubuntu, Debian, …

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How to play Commodore 64 games on Linux

Commodore 64 was one of the best-selling home computer systems of its time. Sadly, that time is long passed, and the machine isn’t in production anymore. The only way to enjoy it in modern times is with emulation. On Linux, you can play Commodore 64 games through the Vice emulator. …

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How to improve Linux performance in a VirtualBox VM

VirtualBox virtual machines are slow, thanks to the default VM configuration. If you use VirtualBox to run Linux, you may notice that performance isn’t great, and are looking for ways to improve it. It is possible to improve your Linux VM’s performance by tweaking settings in VirtualBox. Follow along in …

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How to back up Minecraft worlds in Linux

If you play Minecraft on Linux, it’s safe to say you’ve thought about backing up your game saves at some point. In this guide, we will go over how to back up Minecraft worlds in Linux. Playing Minecraft on Windows? Be sure also to check out our article on how …

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How to play No Man’s Sky on Linux

No Man’s Sky is an expansive survival game set in a massive universe, filled with different planets and star systems to explore. The object of the game is to explore the vast universe in your spaceship, colonize various planets you discover, and build things. The game never had a Linux …

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