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How to Dual Boot Ubuntu 18.04 and Windows 10 [2018]
Dual boot means you can have more than one operating system in one system and you can choose which OS you want to use at the boot time. In this tutorial, I'll show you how to install Ubuntu 18.04 alongside Windows 10 in dual boot. This way you'll get to use both Ubuntu Linux and Windows on the same system. In my opinion, dual booting Ubuntu with Windows is the best way to enjoy both the operating system on the true hardware which is not possible if you use either of Windows or Ubuntu Linux on a virtual machine. Newer computers and newer Ubuntu versions support secure UEFI boot so you don't have to disable fast boot or secure boot anymore. Installing Ubuntu and Windows in the same system has become a lot easier and hassle free. However, I recommend making a backup of your data on an external hard disk, keep a Windows 10 bootable USB or a Grub repair disk with you to avoid any unfortunate events while dealing with partitions and boot settings. Links discussed in the tutorial: -Ubuntu download: https://www.ubuntu.com/desktop -Etcher for making live USB: https://etcher.io/ -Swap size discussion - https://itsfoss.com/swap-size/ -------------------------------------------------------------------- Website : https://itsfoss.com/ Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/itsfoss Twitter : https://twitter.com/itsfoss2 Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/itsfoss/ Google+ : https://plus.google.com/+itsfoss -------------------------------------------------------------------- Music credits : bensound-clearday
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Kubuntu 18.04 Review: KDE Plasma at its Best
Kubuntu 18.04 LTS has been released and we take it for a test drive in this detailed review of Kubuntu 18.04. Do provide your feedback on this Kubuntu 18.04 LTS Bionic Beaver by Phillip Parado, our newest team member. ----------------------------------------------------------- Website : https://itsfoss.com/ Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/itsfoss Twitter : https://twitter.com/itsfoss2 Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/itsfoss/ Google+ : https://plus.google.com/+itsfoss ----------------------------------------------------------- Music Credit : bensound-badass
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How To Recover Deleted Files in Linux
This tutorial shows how to deleted files in Linux even if you deleted it permanently. Even if you delete files, they are often (but not always) recoverable. You can use a command line tool like testdisk to recover such deleted files in Linux easily. You can find the text version of the article here: https://itsfoss.com/recover-deleted-files-linux/
How to Install Linux Mint 18 with Windows 10 | Dual Boot Linux and Windows [Easy Way]
Did you know that you can install Linux Mint and Windows 10 in one system together? This process is called dual booting and this allows you to use more than one operating system in the same computer. You can choose which OS to use at the boot time, hence the term dual boot. In this video tutorial, I have shown you how to dual-boot Linux Mint with Windows 10. I advise having a Windows 10 live USB or recovery with you. Just in case, if something goes wrong in dual booting Linux Mint with Windows, you will have a way to recover. One more thing, if your system came with Windows 8 and you upgraded to Windows 10, you may have to disable secure boot in the bios. If you have any issues in installing Linux Mint with Windows, feel free to drop a comment. Link to text article: https://itsfoss.com/guide-install-linux-mint-16-dual-boot-windows/ Music Credit : Killing Time by Kevin MacLeod
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Linux Mint 19 Review: See What's New in This Awesome Release
You probably already have been reading about Linux Mint 19 features on our website: https://itsfoss.com/linux-mint-19-release-feature/ It is time to see those new features in action in this Linux Mint 19 review. The beta version of Linux Mint 19 has been released and the final stable release should be within 2 weeks. Not much will change till the final release. To summarize Linux Mint 19 has new look and feel with Cinnamon 3.8 and GTK 3.22. Timeshift backup tool has been improved and is now integrated with the update manager. Software Manager is faster and so is Nemo File Manager. In fact, entire Linux Mint 19 Cinnamon experience is faster than the previous release. There are some visual and feature improvements on Linux Mint specific apps like the PDF editor. I hope you like this quick review of Linux Mint 19 features. Your comments and suggestions are welcome.
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How to Mount and Use exFAT Drive on Ubuntu Linux [Quick Tip]
his quick video tutorial shows you how to enable exFAT file system support on Ubuntu and other Ubuntu-based Linux distributions. This way you won’t see any error while mounting exFAT drives on your system. Text version of this video can be found at https://itsfoss.com/mount-exfat/ ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Connect with us: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/itsfoss Twitter: https://twitter.com/itsfoss2 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/itsfoss/ ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Music Credits: danosongs.com-inkarnation
Pop OS Overview | A Quick Look At Its Features | Desktop tour
Linux machine vendor System76 has launched its own customized version of Ubuntu, called Pop!_OS. If you buy a System76 laptop, you'll get this operating system by default. This aesthetically pleasing distribution is also available for everyone to download and install. Pop!_OS looks beautiful with the clean UI and flat icon and theme. It uses the stock GNOME. The video showcases the first version of Pop!_OS which is based on Ubuntu 17.10. The next version will have better support for HiDPI, multi-monitor display and will feature a new installer among other things. What do you think of Pop OS Linux distribution? ------------------------------------- Music Credits: danosongs.com-remember-the-stars-techno
21 Things to do After Installing Ubuntu 18.04 [Must for beginners]
And here we are with the most requested video by our followers: Things to do after installing Ubuntu 18.04. In this video, I'll show you some of the basic things as well as some hidden tweaks that will give you a better experience with Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Bionic Beaver. You can also read most of the tricks here: https://itsfoss.com/things-to-do-after-installing-ubuntu-18-04/ -------------------------------------------------- Some of the videos mentioned in the video are: Ubuntu 18.04 Review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fr_hOfTNof0 Installing themes in Ubuntu 18.04: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9TNvaqtVKLk Installing and using GNOME Extensions in Ubuntu 18.04: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g25yTWiuUcg ------------------------------------ Here are the things to do after installing ubuntu 18.04 that are mentioned in the video: 1. Update the system 2. Enable additional repositories 3. Install media codecs 4. Enable DVD Support 5. Install software from software 6. Install software from the web 7. Enable Flatpak support 8. Know the basics of GNOME desktop 9. Customize dock 10. Disable data collection 11. Tweak power settings 12. Enable night light 13. Change the theme and icons 14. Extend GNOME functionality with Extensions 15. Display battery percentage 16. Add 'new document' option in right-click menu 17. Enable minimize on click 18. Enable right-click on touchpad 19. Disable screen rotation 20. Learn to clean up your system 21. Enable firewall ------------------------------------ Connect with us: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/itsfoss Twitter: https://twitter.com/itsfoss2 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/itsfoss/ -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Music Credits: bensound-clearday (bensounds.com)
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How To Fake a Hollywood Style Hacking [Fun with Linux Terminal]
This tiny tool will turn your Linux terminal into a Hollywood style real time hacking screen. On top of that, it plays Mission Impossible theme music in the background to give you a hacker feel. Installation instructions for other distributions: https://itsfoss.com/hollywood-hacker-screen/ P.S. Ignore the typo :P
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How to Fix System Program Problem Detected in Ubuntu Linux
Do you often see this popup in Ubuntu: "System program problem detected Do you want to report the problem now?" Here's a workaround to get rid of those annoying popups that you see on your Ubuntu system at almost each boot.
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How to Install Themes in Ubuntu 18.04 GNOME Desktop
Since Ubuntu 17.10 has changed the default desktop environment to GNOME, it is slightly different to change the themes in the new version. That's the reason why I am creating a new video on how to install themes in Ubuntu 17.10 and Ubuntu 18.04. ...................................... Commands used in the tutorial are: - To install Pop OS icons, GTK3 theme and Shell theme: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:system76/pop sudo apt update sudo apt install pop-theme - To install GNOME Shell Extension for changing the GNOME Shell theme: sudo apt install gnome-shell-extensions ...................................... Sorry for the poor audio quality :) Your comments and feedback are welcomed. Don't forget to share your favorite icons and themes. Music : danosongs.com-great-world-acoustic-strum
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How to Reset User Password in Ubuntu and Other Linux Distributions
If you forgot your login password in Ubuntu or any other Linux distribution, you can easily reset the admin password. All you have to do is to follow the simple steps mentioned in this video tutorial and use the suggested commands. In less than 5 minutes, you'll be able to login with a new password. Commands used in the tutorial are: Allow write access: mount -rw -o remount / Check username: ls /home Change password for username: passwd username Text form of the video is available here: https://itsfoss.com/how-to-hack-ubuntu-password/
Meet The First True Linux Smartphone: Librem 5
What are your options when you are going to buy a new smartphone? Android, iOS and in some rare cases, Windows. There are a few other open source mobile OS but they are way too rare. As an ardent Linux user, you might have longed for a real Linux based operating system on your phone. Seems like your dream may come true. Purism, a company known for making high-end Linux laptop with the focus on privacy and free software, has successfully completed a crowdfunding campaign for a brand new smartphone called Librem 5. More information here: https://itsfoss.com/librem-linux-phone/ Video credits: https://puri.sm/ Music credit: www.bensound.com
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Free and Open Source Alternatives to Adobe Products in Linux
Adobe Creative applications are not available in Linux. But you can use free alternatives to Adobe software in Linux. Here we list the best open source alternatives to popular Adobe software. -------------------------------------------------- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/itsfoss/ Twitter : https://twitter.com/itsfoss2 Instagram :https://www.instagram.com/itsfoss/ --------------------------------------------------
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5 Best Linux Distributions for Beginners
Here are our recommendation for the best Linux distributions for beginners. If you have been using Windows or macOS, these Linux distributions have got your back. Don't be afraid. Switching to Linux is not a rocket science. More details: https://itsfoss.com/best-linux-beginners/
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25 Most Important Events In The History of Linux
Linux is 25 years old now. Here are the 25 most important events in the history of Linux. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/itsfoss/ Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/itsfoss/ Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/itsfoss/
What is FOSS (Free and Open Source Software)? Learn in 2 minutes?
What is FOSS? What is Free and Open Source Software? What is Open Source software? Is Free and Open Source software means it costs nothing? What is Free in Free Software? Learn about all these in 2 Minutes. And share it with your friends and family. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/itsfoss/ Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/itsfoss/ Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/itsfoss/
How To Free Up Space In Ubuntu and other Linux distributions
When you are running out of space on your Linux system, there are a few things you could do to easily free up space. Just follow this video tutorial and see how to clean up your Ubuntu or Linux Mint or other Linux system. Text form of this video can be found at: https://itsfoss.com/free-up-space-ubuntu-linux/
How To Install and Change Themes and Icons In Ubuntu
This tutorial video shows you how to install and change themes and icons in Ubuntu. There are two ways to do that. Install themes and icons via PPA or download them. This is a video representation of text tutorial: http://itsfoss.com/how-to-install-themes-in-ubuntu-13-10/
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Ubuntu 17.10 artful Aardvark! Take a Look at New Features
Read in detail about Ubuntu 17.10 features here : https://itsfoss.com/ubuntu-17-10-release-features/ Ubuntu 17.10 is going to be releases soon. Considering that Ubuntu is moving away from Unity. You'll see plenty of new features in Ubuntu 17.10, specially visual changes as GNOME 3.26 becomes the default. Under the hood, Ubuntu 17.10 uses Wayland display server now, GDM becomes the default Display Manager and we will see Linux Kernel 4.13. How do you find the new features in Ubuntu 17.10? Do share your views.
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Linux Terminal Tricks: Use Linux Like a Pro With These Commands and Shortcuts
Here are some tiny but useful Linux commands, terminal tricks and shortcuts that will save you a lot of time while working with Linux command line. You might know some of the tricks here already but chances are that you'll learn some new Linux tricks as well. These so-called tricks are actually what you learn from seeing your colleagues or classmates. You learn these tricks from other's experience and when you start using it extensively, you realize that you are more efficient and productive in Linux terminal than before. More such Linux terminal tricks: https://itsfoss.com/linux-command-tricks/ More such Linux terminal keyboards: https://linuxhandbook.com/linux-shortcuts/
Deeepin Linux is One of the Most Beautiful Linux Distros [Seriously]
I didn't believe that Deepin was the most beautiful Linux distribution until I used it. Debian based Deepin has been designed to provide the best possible desktop experience in mind and it does an excellent job at it. This aesthetic Linux distribution also has tons of software that you won't find in other distributions. Clearly, user experience comes before ethics for Deepin Linux. I'll do a detailed review of Deepin Linux in near future. For the time being, have an overview of this beautiful Linux distribution.
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LXLE Linux Review: The Hassle-free Linux for Older Computers
In this quick LXLE Review, John Paul shares what it likes to use the Linux distribution that simplifies the experience of an already beginner-friendly distribution Lubuntu. Text form of this review can be found at: https://itsfoss.com/lxle-linux-review/
How to Make a Bootable Windows 10 USB in Linux [2018]
This tutorial shows you how to create a bootable Windows 10 USB in Linux with a GUI tool called WoeUSB. This tutorial was created using Ubuntu but the steps should be valid for other Linux distributions as well. Windows 10 bootable USb could come handy if you have to do boot repair, install it on other system or remove Linux from a dual boot. Text form of this video can be found at https://itsfoss.com/bootable-windows-usb-linux/ I hope you like the video.
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How to Install Unity on Ubuntu 18.04 [Complete Procedure]
Ubuntu 18.04 comes with GNOME desktop as default. As a Unity fan, if you don't like GNOME and want to use Unity, you can absolutely do it. In this video, I have shown how to install Unity on Ubuntu 18.04 along with the Unity greeter login screen. In the second part of the video, I also showed how to remove Unity safely and go back to GNOME. Installation is important but so is removal procedure. Enjoy Unity on Ubuntu 18.04 and let me know if you have any questions or suggestions. Text form of this video can be found in this article: https://itsfoss.com/use-unity-ubuntu-17-10/
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How To Install Windows 10 on Linux in Virtual Box [Step by Step Tutorial for Beginners]
Complete step by step tutorial to install Windows 10 inside Linux using Virtual Box. Suitable for absolute beginners to advanced users. You can also read the tutorial in text form with screenshots can be found here: https://itsfoss.com/install-windows-10-virtualbox-linux/ ------------------------------------------------------------------------ One of the ways to use Linux and Windows together is to dual boot Windows and Linux. It works well for except that you have to switch between the operating system by restarting the system. This is inconvenient to a certain extent. If you are an infrequent user of Windows and do not want to trouble yourself with dual booting Ubuntu and Windows 10, I suggest installing Windows 10 inside Linux by creating a virtual machine. In this tutorial, I'll show you how to install Windows 10 inside Ubuntu Linux using Virtual Box. Note: If you see Windows logo with black background and it never starts to install, you may have to do a little tweak. There seems to be an incompatibility between Virtualbox and Windows 10 1703. A virtual machine that runs W10 1607 fine will fail to boot W10 1703 -UNLESS- the following parameter is set: Under System – Acceleration you must set Paravirtualization to None and then reboot. If you face any issue, feel free to use the comment section below.
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How to Upgrade To Ubuntu 18.04 from Ubuntu 17.10
This video tutorial shows how to upgrade to Ubuntu 18.04 beta from Ubuntu 17.10. However, you can skip the beta part and go with upgrading to Ubuntu 18.04 directly. A text version of this tutorial is available here: https://itsfoss.com/upgrade-ubuntu-version/
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How To Install Linux Inside Windows [Virtual Box]
When you want to use Linux but cannot ditch Windows completely, one option is to install Linux inside Windows using Oracle Virtual Box. It lets you run Linux like a regular Windows application. This is one of the safer and easier ways to try out Linux without doing any major changes in your computer. Text version of this video can be found here: https://itsfoss.com/install-linux-in-virtualbox ----------------------------------------------- Music Credits : bensound-ukulele
Top 9 Linux Terminal Games
Do you think Linux terminal is all work and no fun? Think again! You can do lots of fun stuff in Linux terminal and playing games is one of those fun activities. In this video, I'll show some of my favorite Linux Terminal Games. Link to text article for more terminal games and installation commands: https://itsfoss.com/best-command-line-games-linux/ While these terminal games can be installed in any Linux distribution, it's not possible for me to list installation instructions for all the Linux distributions. This is why I have listed the instruction for Debian and Ubuntu based distributions. .................................................. 9. Bastet Install: sudo apt install bastet Run: bastet 8. 2048 Install: sudo snap install term2048 Run: term2048 7. Greed Install: sudo apt-get install greed Run: greed 6. Moon Buggy Install: sudo apt-get install moon-buggy Run: moon-buggy 5. Nethack Install: sudo apt install nethack-console Run: nethack-console 4. nInvaders Install: sudo apt-get install ninvaders Run: ninvaders 3. nSnake Install: sudo apt install nsnake Run: nsnake 2. Pacman4Console Install: sudo apt-get install pacman4console Run: pacman4console 1. Sparky Install: sudo snap install sparky Run: sparky
5 Awesome LibreOffice Tips to Get More Out of It
LibreOffice is the most popular office software on Linux and comes by default on a number of distributions. While LibreOffice itself is a great tool, you probably are not utilizing all of its features. You don't need to and I am not going to show you all of them. However, I a going to show you 5 of my favorite LibreOffice tips that you could also use. These tips are: 1. Edit PDF Files 2. Using Hybrid Files (this one is simply amazing) 3. Create password protected documents 4. Create read-only documents 5. Open documents from last edit point Bonus Tip: Extend the functionalities of LibreOffice with extensions You can read these tips in text form on our website: https://itsfoss.com/libreoffice-tips/ Don't forget to share your favorite LibreOffice tip :) Music credits: bensound-badass -------------------------------------------------------- Follow us: Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/itsfoss Twitter : https://twitter.com/itsfoss2 Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/itsfoss/
How To Install and manage GNOME Shell Extensions in Ubuntu 18.04 and 17.10
You can get more out of your GNOME desktop with the GNOME Shell Extensions. And this video demonstrates how to install and manage GNOME Shell Extensions. The video was created in Ubuntu 17.10 but it is equally useful for Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Bionic Beaver. You can also read it: https://itsfoss.com/gnome-shell-extensions/ In this detailed video, you'll learn: - What is GNOME Shell Extension: - Install extensions the distribution way, via web browser and the manual way - Manage, configure, update and delete the installed extensions I have tried to be descriptive so the video is long. I would like your feedback on the video format. Do you think the pace of the video is fast or slow? Do you want me to explain things like this or should I be straight to the point? Your feedback will help us in shaping the content on our YouTube channel :)
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How To Use asciinema to record Linux Terminal Session
This is the screencast of asciinema's official video: https://asciinema.org/a/22124 This little Open Source tool let's you record your Linux terminal session in a better and an easier way.
6 Features Windows 10 Stole From Linux
Here is the list of features that Windows 10 has borrowed from Linux. Read in details: https://itsfoss.com/windows-10-inspired-linux/
Best Linux Distributions That Are Not Based On Ubuntu
Here are the best Linux distributions that are not based on Ubuntu and yet beginners can use them without much efforts. It often happens that the list of best Linux distributions for beginners are filled with Ubuntu, Linux Mint, elementary OS and other Linux distributions that are based on Ubuntu. While they are easy to use, they are not the only options available. I try to list here the best Linux distributions that are not related to Ubuntu. Music : Love Life - MartynHarvey
Adding A Watermark In Gimp
This quick tutorial shows you how to add a watermark to images using GIMP in Linux. Text version of this tutorial to add watermark in GIMP: https://itsfoss.com/add-watermark-gimp-linux/
How To Install Komodo Edit In Ubuntu 16 04 and Linux Mint
This video tutorial shows you how to install Komodo Edit in Ubuntu 16.04 and Linux Mint 18 You can read the text form of this tutorial on our website: https://itsfoss.com/install-komodo-edit-ubuntu/ ___________________________________________________________ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/itsfoss/ Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/itsfoss/ Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/itsfoss/
Best Icon Themes For Linux | Enhance The Looks of Your Linux Desktop
You can follow this article to see how to install these icon themes: https://itsfoss.com/best-icon-themes-ubuntu-16-04/ Bored with the same old look of your Linux desktop? Why not try one of the best icon themes for Linux? Icon themes are the best and perhaps the easiest way to change the looks of your Linux desktop. It literally transforms the entire look of your desktop. If you don’t know which icon theme to use, don’t worry. We’ll show you the best icon sets for Linux and how to use them.
5 Linux Myths You Shouldn't Believe
Are there really myths about Linux? I mean there are plenty of facts about Linux and how powerful and secure it is that the entire tech world is relying on it. Yes, the world relies on Linux to power its technologies but we are not talking about the ‘industrial Linux’. We are talking the desktop Linux. The Linux that a normal user should be using as its daily driver for surfing web, for document editing, listening to music and casual gaming. When it comes to the desktop version, there are actually some famous myths about Linux and if one believes them, he/she will be very reluctant to use Linux. More: https://itsfoss.com/myths-about-linux/ Song credit: www.bensound.com
Know about Nikola Tesla in 2 minutes
Nikola Tesla was the one of the greatest inventor in the history. He got over 200 patents to his name. He was the greatest geek that ever lived. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/itsfoss2/ Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/itsfoss/ Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/itsfoss/
Best Jokes For SysAdmins
SysAdmins and Networking Geeks will understand. Which one is you favorite? Let us know in the comment section below. :-)
What's new in elementary OS 0.4 Loki!
Fourth major release of elementary OS codenamed Loki has been released and is available to download. elementary OS is a Linux distribution based on Ubuntu and has looks and feel inspired by Mac OS. It has got huge fan following and has often been dubbed as the most beautiful Linux distribution but I leave that to you to decide. Loki is based on the latest Ubuntu 16.04 LTS release. You can read more about it here: https://itsfoss.com/elementary-os-loki-features/
Best Photo Management Applications For Linux In 2017
Full text version of best photo management software for Linux: https://itsfoss.com/linux-photo-management-software/ This video lists the best photo management software for Linux. Amateur photographer or professional, I bet you take plenty of photos with your DSLR or Smartphones. Taking lots of photos is one thing, storing those photos on your computer is another. Effectively managing the photos is a skill and I'll list some of the best photo applications for Linux that you can use. You can use these apps to import your photos, tag them for later uses, do some basic editing etc. Do note that these software are not meant for full fledged photo editing. You can read about Linux photo app here: https://itsfoss.com/linux-photo-management-software/
Ubuntu 18.04 Budgie Desktop Tour [It's Elegant]
Continuing the Ubuntu 18.04 series, let's have a look at Ubuntu 18.04 Budgie edition. This video gives you the desktop tour of Ubuntu 18.04 so that you can see this elegant desktop environment in action and decide for yourself if you want to install and use it or not. If you want complete review of Ubuntu Budgie 18.04, please read it on our website: https://itsfoss.com/ubuntu-budgie-18-review/ Stay tuned for more Ubuntu 18.04 videos. ————————————————————— Happy Life by FREDJI https://soundcloud.com/fredjimusic https://www.facebook.com/fredjimusic/ Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/u4PI5p5bI9k
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Things To Do After Installing Ubuntu 17.10 & 18.04 [Valid for 18.04 GNOME]
Update: The video was originally created for Ubuntu 17.10 but 17.10 and 18.04 are very similar and hence this video is equally applicable to the new Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Bionic Beaver. You have already seen the new features of Ubuntu 17.10 in our previous video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PWa7ubaykHc It's time to see the must to do things after installing Ubuntu 17.10. If you are a beginner, you'll learn a few things about getting started with Ubuntu. If you are already an Ubuntu user, you'll perhaps like to see the GNOME desktop and its settings, In either case, I would like to hear from you. What do you do after installing Ubuntu?
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Linus Torvalds Thug Life: 8 Witty Quotes That Show His Humorous Side
Think Linux creator Linus Torvalds is just a geek? Wrong! He is a badass geek. In this video, we have compiled 8 quotes from Linus Torvalds that shows his sense of humor.
Who is Linus Torvalds? Know about him in 2 minutes!
Know about Linus Torvalds, the father of Linux, his life, his achievements in 2 minutes. Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/itsfoss/ Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/itsfoss/ Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/itsfoss/
7 Best Desktop Environments for Linux
Read in detail about features, pros and cons of the best desktop environments for Linux https://itsfoss.com/best-linux-desktop-environments/ -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/itsfoss/ Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/itsfoss/ Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/itsfoss/
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What's new in Solus 3 | First Look at the New Features
Solus Linux 3 has been released. Have a look at the new features introduced in Solus 3 Budgie version. Solus Project team has released a major version of Solus Linux distribution today. Solus 3 brings a number of visual and technical changes to its predecessor along with the support for snap packaging. It's hardly 2 years since the first stable version of the Solus Linux has been released. Solus took the unusual and uncomfortable choice of not choosing Debian/Ubuntu, Fedora or Arch Linux as its base and building a Linux distribution from scratch. And in these two years, Solus has evolved from a hobby project to a more mature project. And in that course, it has gathered a loyal support base which keeps on growing. More information here: https://itsfoss.com/solus-3-released/
Fedora 28 Desktop Tour: See The New Features
Fedora 28 has just been released. I have written about Fedora 28 features here: https://itsfoss.com/fedora-28-release-features/ Just to list the new features: - Improved battery life on laptops - Reduced Initial Setup Redundancy - Third-Party Repositories - GNOME 3.28 - Improved VirtualBox support - Thunderbolt support - Updated software In the video, I'll show you some of the new features in Fedora 28 in action. I hope you like this video. Your suggestions and feedback are always welcomed :) ------------------------------------------------------------------------- MUSIC: Artist: Nicolai Heidlas and Alvaro Angeloro Title: Feeling Free
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Learn the logic behind Linux Mint naming convention
Did you know that there is a logic behind Linux Mint release names and numbers? Here, we explain it to you. ___________________________________________________________ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/itsfoss/ Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/itsfoss/ Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/itsfoss/