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How to play Sega Master System games on Linux

The Sega Master System is an 8-bit home video game console. It was initially sold as the Sega Mark III, the third iteration of the SG-1000 in Japan. However, the name was changed. Master System was released in 1987. However, you’ll still be able to enjoy the game in 2020 …

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How to make Gimp look like Adobe Photoshop on Linux

The Gimp image editor is Linux’s best alternative to Adobe Photoshop. The problem is that while the app offers some similar features to Photoshop, it looks and behaves much differently. As a result, many users that switch to Gimp from Photoshop feel lost and unhappy. Thankfully, there are a few …

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How to install the Snow GTK theme on Linux

Snow is a light theme for Linux that follows a Mac-like design spec with greyish color gradients. While fans of popular Material Design themes like Adapta or Arc may not like it, Snow fills a void for people who love Mac, use Linux, and want something modern. Downloading Snow The …

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How to tweet from the Plasma desktop with Choqok

Twitter is pretty popular these days, and many people use the site to keep track of current events, celebrities, and other interests. However, the Twitter website is clunky, slow, and not the best to use on a PC. If you’re a Linux user and you love to use Twitter, there’s …

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How to stress test your Linux PC

Want to push your Linux PC to the limit? Want to see how well it can perform under stress? Check out GTKStressTest. It’s an easy to use GUI tool that will let you stress your Linux PC with almost no effort. In this guide, we’ll show you how to install …

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How to install the McMuse-circle icon theme in Linux

The McMuse-circle icon theme is a beautiful, colorful, and modern set of icons for the Linux desktop. The Numix Circle icon theme inspires its design, but with a Mac-like twist. If you’re in the market for a new unique icon theme that’s beautiful to look at, follow our guide below …

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How to install the Kripton GTK theme on Linux

Kripton is a dark, flat-style GTK theme for Gnome-like desktop environments, with a heavy focus on colors that are easy on the eyes. Suffice it to say if you like dark themes, Kripton is for you. Follow along below to learn to install the Kripton GTK theme on Linux! Downloading …

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How to switch to the LTS kernel in Arch Linux

Arch Linux is a bleeding-edge operating system, so updates are sent to users as soon as possible. As a result of Arch being bleeding-edge, the Linux kernel receives patches in a timely fashion. For the most part, Linux kernel patches in Arch Linux do not break anything. It’s pretty stable, …

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How to make music playlists on Linux

Are you new to Linux? Do you have a lot of music files, and are you looking to make a music playlist? Unsure about what apps to do it with or how to do it? We can help! Follow along as we show you how to make music playlists in …

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