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4 best Linux password managers

Password managers are very popular right now. There are so many of them that many people don’t know which one to use. If you are a Linux user and you’re looking for a way to manage your passwords, follow along as we discuss the 4 best Linux password managers! 1. …

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4 best Android emulators on Linux

Are you looking to emulate Android apps on Linux? Tried out a few apps in the past but not sure what ones are good to use? We can help! Here are the 4 best Android emulators to use on Linux! 1. Anbox Anbox is a powerful, open-source emulation system for …

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5 best lightweight browsers for Raspberry Pi

The Raspberry Pi is a lightweight computer. It is not designed for resource-heavy programs like modern web browsers. Instead, if users want to browse the internet on the Raspberry Pi, they’ll need something much more lightweight. In this list, we’ll go over some of the best lightweight browsers to use …

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How to use the screen share feature in Ubuntu

Setting up a VNC server on Linux can be tedious and time-consuming if you’re not familiar with the technology and how it works. It seems that the developers of Ubuntu agree, and as a result, have a “screen sharing” feature, which can automatically configure and set up a VNC server …

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4 best Slack alternatives on Linux

Slack is a chat app for the workplace. It is used to organize teams, discuss projects, and communicate with co-workers. Overall, Slack is an excellent product and has many useful features. However, not everyone on Linux appreciates Slack. So, in this list, we will discuss the 4 best Slack alternatives …

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How to install the Abiword word processor on Linux

Abiword is a lightweight word processor for Linux and other Unix-like operating systems (BSD, Haiku, and AmigaOS). It uses significantly fewer resources than that of Libre Office while providing similar features. As a result, many Linux fans turn to it for their writing needs. Since Abiword is an alternative to …

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How to install the Antu icon theme on Linux

Antu is a beautiful KDE icon theme that redesigns the drab, default Breeze look into a colorful, stylish one. It’s a great icon theme to use if you find the stock KDE icons dull. While Antu is a re-imagining of the KDE Plasma desktop’s Breeze icons, it also is compatible …

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How to use ZFS on root in Ubuntu 19.10

ZFS on root is a new feature of Ubuntu 19.10. With it, Ubuntu users can experience the raw power of the ZFS file system on the root Linux partition. In this guide, we’ll go over how to set up ZFS on root for Ubuntu. Before we begin ZFS is a …

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How to automatically wake Linux up from sleep

Have you ever wanted your Linux PC to wake back up after putting it in sleep mode automatically? As it turns out, it is possible to set up any Linux operating system to wake up at specific times. In this guide as we show you how to set it up …

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How to update computer firmware in Linux

For a long time, it wasn’t possible to update firmware on Linux. Instead, users would need to install Windows on a separate hard drive or partition to get the latest updates for their devices, and BIOS. Thankfully, times are changing. In this guide, we’ll go over how you can update …

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